Profile: Akaiya

You can call me… Akaiya, or Tia if you’re not as familiar with me.

I identify as… More female than male, but I feel like that’s been slipping away. The only reason I ever thought I was female was because a) a vagina and b) what everyone told me I was. Now I’ve become a bit more of my own person and I don’t feel as though I am male or female. Make of that what you will, but I have no label for it currently.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I really like “they/them”, though I tend not to correct people when they use “she/her” since I look more feminine than masculine.

I’m attracted to… Well, it fluctuates… a lot. And, to be honest, I’m not afraid of that. I’m attracted to a lot of characteristics, and therefore a lot of people. :)

When people talk about me, I want them to… Not to mock me for my religion (Christianity), my sexuality (pan), and of course, my gender. I am more than just these things. And not don’t say “somethink”, because that really gets on my nerves.

I want people to understand… That though labels are not that important to me, my gender and sexuality still make up a large chunk of my life.

About Akaiya, or Tia if you’re not as familiar with me.
Hi there! I’m @sseptum on Instagram, I’m a Christian, 14 year old Australian and a complete try-hard perfectionist. I’ve known I wasn’t straight since I was about 11 and began to question my gender last year. If you have any questions of any kind, don’t be afraid to message me here or on Instagram!! <3

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