Tense: Future Perfect / Gender: Neutral

Submitted by Betanio/Bethany, the model and photographer.

“By day, I am a menswear/accessories designer. Artistically I’ve been working with self-portraiture to define rules of grammar and language and personally, to work through my own genderqueer issues/feelings of being born in the wrong body. I definitely do not identify as female and am still exploring where on the gender-identity spectrum I can find peace with my suit of meat.

Illustrated Language Primer. Lesson One.
Tense: Future Perfect. The future perfect tense is used to describe an event that has not yet happened but is expected or planned to happen before another stated occurrence.”

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Posted by on July 11th, 2012 at 10:00 am

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