Profile: Sammie

You can call me… Sammie

I identify as… I am a queer woman and than does sum me up pretty nicely but my identity is so complex and I mostly say queer woman because “edgy mostly lesbian androgynous tomboy femme slightly gender queer but overwhelmingly female Identified and somewhere on the Asexual demisexual spectrum” is too much to say every time I give my ID I am also AMAB but I have zero trans female identity and I’m just a really complex queer woman.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … She or they.

I’m attracted to… compassionate funny honest true brave and unashamed people. I get turned on by a great conversation so much more than a body though I do recognize physical things I find attractive. I’m more physically attracted to more masculine presenting people(mostly female identified and non binary people), but my attraction is so fluid and so based on personal connection other than anything physical and I don’t really have type just good people

When people talk about me, I want them to… speak only in female or non binary terms and not bring up what I was assigned. Understand that I may seam shy or even disinterested but I am listening and I care what people have to say to me.

I want people to understand… I am not an overly physical person. if a friend wants a hug I can do that but physical contact of any kind is very intimate for me and I’m bothered when people think they can just hug me or comfort me in physical ways. understand how strong my values are and that words matter and privilege is real

About Sammie
mid twenties queer female who cares about making the world a better place and can’t stand to see people especially children in pain.

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Posted by on March 21st, 2015 at 08:00 am

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One Response to “Profile: Sammie”

  1. Rusty

    Hey Sammie, I feel the same way about physical stuff. Good to hear I’m not the only one. People seem to have a heck of a time understanding that.


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