Profile: TL

You can call me… TL.

I identify as… dudelady, genderqueer, monogamous, masculine ladyman whose synapses aren’t always firing at the same time.
There’s a joke back home that I am a gay, middle-aged, white male stuck in a black girl’s body.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I can take any either way – my mom calls me her princess girl, and some of my friends refer to me as a grown man. But honestly, I prefer to be called “he” most days.

I’m attracted to… feminine men and soft butch lesbians. Also intelligence, spontaneity, spirituality, and a sense of humor.

When people talk about me, I want them to… really think about who I am as a person, rather than the physical and genetic attributes that I have.

I want people to understand… the thing that my parents don’t understand: I’m not a girl, really. I’m a lady. I’m not a woman, I’m a girlyman. I don’t care who you are, where you’re from, what you did or what you thought. I love people for who they are at all times. OneHumanFamily.

About TL
I’m a blogger, a writer, a hopeful comedian, and hopeful actress, and a lover of all things people. Everyone deserves a chance, and everyone has one when they’re with me. :)

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Posted by on October 25th, 2012 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 4 comments »

4 Responses to “Profile: TL”

  1. Sarah

    I love the term lady, and also identify as one! Great taste, cutie, etc.


  2. rainbow fish

    you are awesome.


  3. radical/rebel

    this is a great profile. <3 best of luck to you.


  4. C

    Great attitude and very nicely put. As a fellow dudelady (*what* a great term), I salute you.


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