Profile: Sage


You can call me… Sage.

I identify as… a transgender female to male.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I use male pronouns (he, him, his).

I’m attracted to… whoever sparks my attention.

When people talk about me, I want them to… eventually walk away with new knowledge.

I want people to understand… that everyone is created different, that being said… some people just do not fit into what is expected from males and females.

About Sage
Well, I grow up in a small, country-like town that is full of many different types of people. 50% are the Christians/Catholics, 30% are those who identify as rednecks (even though they do not know what redneck TRULY means) or ‘hicks’. And the other 20% is other. I go to school is a predominately white school so there are only about 8 other African Americans that attend my small, 500-student school. I volunteer for GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network) Pittsburgh. Which is a Student Leader Network to ensure that those in the LGBTQUIA+ community are safe during school. I also enjoy doing things such as writing poetry and short stories, drawing, learning random things, meditating, yoga, and just meeting new people online and offline. I guess you can say I am an adventurous 17 year old Trans* guy just trying to find new ways to make a difference in this very, very small world before I die.

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