Profile: Larkalicious

Larkalicious

You can call me… Larkalicious.

I identify as… a gay trans man (with homoflexible tendencies…. sometimes) ;) .

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I like he, HATE she (it hurts my feelings!), and will definitely respond to they.

I’m attracted to… feminine men, and um…. yeah…. feminine men.

When people talk about me, I want them to… respect my privacy and also respect my gender … this is sometimes a very difficult thing to balance.

I want people to understand… that my transness is not on show. That the whole world needs to catch up on its research and get it. I’m not offended by good-natured mistakes, but I am sick of them. I want people to understand that my difference is beautiful and important, but does not define me. I want them to understand that I’m just a person.

About Larkalicious
I’m 30 years old, mid-hormonal transition, a student, an earth lover, and a radical hippie queer with a dash of redneck thrown in ;)

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

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3 Responses to “Profile: Larkalicious”

  1. piig

    “my difference is beautiful and important, but does not define me”

    That line is perfect. It gets across something I’ve been trying to say but I hadn’t found the words for. Thank you.

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  2. Mizuki

    I thought I was the only gay transman in the world. Well, not the only one, but it makes me really happy to know that I’m not alone. Being transgender is already hard as it is, but being a gay transgender is even harder. I salute your awesomeness!

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  3. Nylongiraffe

    wow, what a goodlooking strong man you are!
    This transvestite, a tall glass of water, really likes you

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