You can call me… Blondie.
I identify as… I just sum this all up with “queer”, usually (or “does not give a shit” – can that be a label too?)…but I’m an asexual, polyamorous, biromantic androgyne. I like girls, I like boys (but I don’t like them sexually), I often like multiple people at once and I don’t feel like I’m entirely female or male, despite being comfortable with my female sex. I also happen to be a geek, and I have aspergers.
As far as third-person pronouns go, … feminine or gender neutral ones – I wouldn’t want people to use masculine pronouns for me, but I wouldn’t be offended if someone did.
I’m attracted to… if you are a geek/nerd/whatever word you use for obsessing over comics and anime and terrible b-movies like a hyperactive child, then I most likely will be interested in you. Also, I tend to like fellow queer people. I like people who don’t go with the norm, because I’ve never been interested in “normal” things.
When people talk about me, I want them to… not be an asshole. I want them to believe me. I want them to just accept it, like they’ve accepted all the other things about me that are odd and bizarre, and I want them to talk about it like they’d discuss the weather.
I want people to understand… I am not a typical person. I have always been “the other,” I have always been in between spaces in pretty much every area of my life…and that’s okay. That’s actually pretty awesome. By coming out as queer, I’m not changing a thing, because this awkward state of being everything and nothing is just how I am and how I’ve always been. I just want to celebrate that the way I feel it should be celebrated, the way I celebrate the rest of my otherness.
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