Profile: Theo


You can call me… Theo

I identify as… a genderqueer guy

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I go by he

I’m attracted to… I’m still figuring this one out, but I think I’m most attracted to androgynous people?

When people talk about me, I want them to… respect me as the gender I identify as, and be able to inspire others to be themselves

I want people to understand… that the world is full of aaaaaaaaaaaaall kins of different people, and that everyone is just as much human as the next one, and everyone got both negative and positive sides, so people should focus on others and their own positive sides, not the negative sides. And keep their mouths closed if they only got negative things to say about someone else. :)

About Theo
I was born with a female body, but I’ve never been very comfortable with it, but I was never very tomboyish as a child, and it was first when puberty hit that I started noticing that something felt really off.

So when I found about hormonal treatment and sex change operations, then I immediatly knew this was the answer to why I had been feeling off since puberty. Though it took me a few years to get to where I am today (March 15, 2014) but I have finally been approved to start hormone treatment, and will in a few days go to my doctor so I can get my first shot of T (testosterone) :D

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Posted by on May 20th, 2014 at 08:00 am

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One Response to “Profile: Theo”

  1. Also Theo

    Hello Theo from another Theo. I haven’t really met any other trans people with the same name as me.

    I hope your transition goes well, I’m 6 months on T and it’s proving great for me. There are ups and downs, but worth the fight in the end.

    Good luck friend.


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