Profile: Zoe

You can call me… Zoe.

I identify as… terms are too complicated, I’m some where near transgirl, or maybe it’s intersex, possible crossdresser?

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I love female pronouns, but not being out, I cringe every time someone calls me a guy in school. :(

I’m attracted to… gentlemanly guys, including transguys! I like femme girls too, but any dominant person is good :)

When people talk about me, I want them to… to see me as just another girl, where I can be the cute, girly, spunky, teen girl and no one else…

I want people to understand… that for how cheery I act, it’s always covering some pain…and that for how much you insult me I can be as much of a bitch back! ^_^

About Zoe
I’m from Washington, but no, not lucky enough to be in gay friendly Seattle. I’m stuck in a close-minded, small community. I only dress feminine in public, but dream of finally one day being able to wear a skirt in school.

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Posted by on January 8th, 2012 at 08:00 am

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7 Responses to “Profile: Zoe”

  1. epistemicmurk

    Just lovely. Chin up, chum. x


  2. Anonymous

    It sounds a bit like you may be appropriating the term ‘intersex’, I really hope this is not the case.


    Andy replied:

    I noticed that too.


    Anonymous replied:

    I thought the same.


    Elle replied:

    Maybe just unsure of the usage? There are a lot of terms to learn.


  3. Raquel



  4. Krystal

    I live in the greater Seattle area, and it took me a while to realize how lucky I am. I came to terms with my transgender (in the broadest sense) identity only about a year ago, and I’d read all of these things in the news (I know, I know, don’t trust the media) that would make me so angry, but I’d look at my life here in Seattle and realize that nothing that horrible happens here! I do live in nicer suburbs, but I have NEVER been a victim of bullying of any kind despite being the stereotypical Asian nerd.

    I’m basically out (want to be female, still questioning all over the place, but open) to everyone except my parents now, and on the occasions I completely crossdress (I was (female) Tinkerbell for Halloween, for instance =D) even the most traditionally masculine people I know compliment me on my appearance or my guts or whatnot. The lack of open hatred still astounds me, or maybe the haters are too polite to say anything (which is something in itself), or they realize they’re the minority here. LOTS of support here.

    Anyways, love the hat! I have a penguin hat too, but not quite the same. You look very cute in this photo. =)

    Lots of love, and hope you find your way to a more open-minded, accepting community in the future! (Maybe even Seattle! but of course I’m a little biased.)

    <3 ~


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