You can call me… g
I identify as… non-binary (genderqueer, neutrois, fluid, neutral, trans*) and pansexual.
As far as third-person pronouns go, … gender neutral pronouns, plz (they, them, theirs).
I’m attracted to… I can honestly never predict the people I find myself attracted to, but I’ve noticed a theme of being attracted to gender fluidity and androgyny. Being pansexual kind of makes the world my oyster.
When people talk about me, I want them to… be open-minded and constructive.
I want people to understand… I am genderqueer. I want it all. I want a flat chest and all of the eyeliner I can get my hands on. I want the pinstripe slacks and the glitter lipgloss. I want to dye my hair hot pink and have a sassy, weird, asymmetrical haircut, all the while sporting some shaped sideburns. I want to be able to wear that sequined dress and have people recognize it as the drag that it feels like it is. I have never been a girl. I will never be a boy. I occupy a thrilling space of “other.” My gender is all over the map, and while it may play a role in defining who I am, ultimately I’m just another human trying to be fully realized and happy during my time here. Sharing this experience with others is enriching; solidarity is a lovely and powerful thing.
I hail from the shining and wonderful city by the bay, San Francisco. Here I revel in a cooperative lifestyle with other like-minded folks from various backgrounds. I have an affinity for art and science. I love to make things and learn things, and I am thoroughly enjoying being a student of life. I am quite shy, but I also love meeting new people who share and appreciate the queer experience and all of its diverse facets.
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