Profile: Carol/Talyn


You can call me… Carol / Talyn

I identify as… Transgender androgyne, biologically female but I have my doubts about that sometimes. Bisexual, but have been alone for more years than I care to ponder.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … Female pronouns okay, have gone by them all my life, but as you will.

I’m attracted to… Intelligence, sense of humor, people who are deeper than a kiddie pool. A love of science, computers, the future. Physically, I seem to go for either elven-type long-haired men as eyecandy but androgynous people like myself for real-life long-term.

When people talk about me, I want them to… See past their confused perceptions of me and see me as a person, pure and simple.

I want people to understand… Not everyone has to play the game to get along in the world. Being on the outside means I have a unique and valid perspective on the world. Take a chance and ask me about it. What I say might open your eyes.

About Carol / Talyn
Middle-aged transgender androgyne; I play World of Warcraft, watch a lot of science documentaries, hold down a full time job, make pickles, try to be a tea connoisseur, ponder the post-human future, and am trying to work up the courage to attend a Pride event.

» Define yourself. «

Posted by on September 17th, 2014 at 08:00 am

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One Response to “Profile: Carol/Talyn”

  1. Liz Gill

    you are beautiful, good luck with the pride event :) x


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