Profile: Orselina

Orselina

You can call me… Orselina

I identify as… Genderqueer. Not necessarily “fluid” or “agender,” I’m kind of the “missing link” between male and female. I’m biologically female, but I always say I am too big a presence to be encompassed by one gender. I’m not *just* female, I’m not *just* male – I’m both.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I’m not uppity about it. I get called “ma’am” and “she” all the time. If it really concerns you “they/their” is fine :)

I’m attracted to… the short answer is, “I’m Pansexual.” The real answer is, “I’m pansexual, but…” While I can really fall in love with anyone who is intelligent and affectionate and a little offbeat, I do tend to gravitate towards powerful, rugged, charismatic, influential men and butch women. I also am a sucker for big hands, big eyes, big asses, facial/body hair (on any gender), and musical talent (especially classically trained singing voices OMG!!!).

When people talk about me, I want them to… dance.

I want people to understand… that life is musical theatre. Don’t just tell me how you feel. Widen your eyes as the orchestra swells, take a deep breath, and belt out your feelings as you dash across the stage, even if that stage is a supermarket.

About Orselina
I am a genderqueer, Pagan, tattooed lover of classical music and musical theatre. I’m working on an opera, which is my lovechild. Emotional, dramatic, hairy, wry, and restless, I’m a force with which to reckoned.

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Posted by on May 31st, 2013 at 08:00 am

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4 Responses to “Profile: Orselina”

  1. Kira

    You seem awesome!!! I smiled reading your profile. :)

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    Orselina replied:

    Aww, thank you so much!

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  2. Aleksandr

    You’re writing an opera?!? I bow before your awesomeness! I sang opera for a while but had to quit. I still sing when no one’s listening though!

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  3. Anonymous

    I LOVE MUSICAL THEATRE TOO! TIS LIFE MY FRIEND

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