Profile: Tori

You can call me… Victoria. Or Tori – trying to get that to stick as a nickname.

I identify as… a transgendered lesbian trying to transcend the male body I have lived in for 50+ years.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I understand people will use the male pronouns when they see me most of the time because of my appearance. But I much prefer the feminine pronouns here on the net, or when I’m out in public dressed as my preferred gender.

I’m attracted to… Women. I am hopelessly enamored of women and everything they stand for and embody.

When people talk about me, I want them to… …hopefully recognize there is so much more to me than the apparently male exterior that circumstance has forced me to present for most of my life.

I want people to understand… …that I just want to be the me that I have always known that I am. And hope folks will be patient with me while I try to get all this stuff figured out. In turn, I’ll do my best to extend the same courtesy to everyone.

About Victoria. Or Tori – trying to get that to stick as a nickname.
I’m a fifty-something geek-girl (comics, Star Trek, sci-fi) who is working on making her exterior appearance match what’s inside. And if I can meet a nice girl somehwere along the line and settle-down, that’d be okay.

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Posted by on May 16th, 2014 at 08:00 am

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One Response to “Profile: Tori”

  1. Anonymous

    You seem like a neat person.


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