Profile: Kylie

Kylie

You can call me… Kylie.

I identify as… genderqueer, disabled, person of color, deaf and Deaf, polyamorous, lesbian.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I prefer she/her/hers.

I’m attracted to… mostly people who identify as women, very rarely people who identify as men (hence my lesbian identity).

When people talk about me, I want them to… accept 100 percent of who I am.

I want people to understand… that “Deaf people [and people who can't walk] can do anything except hear [or walk].” – I King Jordan

About Kylie
21 years old

male assigned at birth, genderqueer gal

involved in the Deaf queer community at a Deaf queer organization (accessibility and events)

have awesome friends

social justice activist

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Posted by on January 19th, 2013 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 6 comments »

6 Responses to “Profile: Kylie”

  1. Anonymous

    You seem like a really laid back and neat person.

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  2. Argos

    <3!!!

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  3. B

    oh man you have the best smile!

    out of curiousity, cos I can’t find anything anywhere else, have you come across as sign in ASL for ‘genderqueer’ or any other non-binary identity? I usually fingerspell it or just use the sign trans.

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    Kylie replied:

    I’ve seen spelling GQ re genderqueer.

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    B replied:

    That flows nicely!

    A friend suggested to me I could touch my nose with my thumb (5 hs) and then my chest, like halfway between the signs man and woman- which is cute but I don’t think it would be comprehensible (plus hearies inventing signs seems kinda problematic).

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  4. CC

    Love your profile. It warms the cockles of my heart, whatever those are.

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