Profile: Landon


You can call me… “Landon.”

I identify as… genderqueer/gender fluid & asexual.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I strongly prefer male pronouns actually, but female pronouns don’t bother me too much.

I’m attracted to… intelligent, funny, cute people!

When people talk about me, I want them to… talk about me just as they would anybody else.

I want people to understand… that I’m not any less human because I dress “differently” than what they want me to. And that I still have feelings no matter what I look like. I’m still human, I still feel.

About “Landon”
I go by Landon, but my birth name is Deena. I love nature, animals, and art. I can get offended easily when people say that I’m genderqueer, or look like a male, in a rude tone or like it’s a bad thing. I’m the same as I always have been on the inside, I’m just expressing myself more and becoming comfortable with myself. I have lost some friends in the process of coming out to who I really am, and who I really want to be. If they can’t stick around for that, and support me, how true are they? I fully support being yourself! Equal marriage rights, tattoos and piercings in the workplace, loving who you’d like, etc. I like being somebody to cheer people up, even if I’m feeling lousy. Enough of babbling for now – connect with me on Twitter & Instagram @ p0intmeh0me!

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Posted by on February 25th, 2014 at 08:00 am

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