Profile: Aster

You can call me… Aster, or any of my many nicknames. (kitty, Pav, Pavatti, Prince, Orion, Apollo etc)

I identify as… Nothing. Neutrois. Agender. Stuff like that. I like being called a boy, but not a man, though that doesn’t change my sense of genderless void where I always thought a solid identity should be.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … He/Him is most common. They/them is also fantastic. She/her is the only one off limits.

I’m attracted to… Men, mostly. Taller manlier men than I.

When people talk about me, I want them to… Talk about me like I am Nonbinary rather than binary just because I use binary pronouns.

I want people to understand… Each other, or at least try to. I want people to understand that not understanding something can be scary, but learning it can be fun and amazing and magical, no matter what it is or how old you are. We’ll never know everything, but if we keep our minds and arms open, we at least have that going for us.

About Aster, or any of my many nicknames. (kitty, Pav, Pavatti, Prince, Orion, Apollo etc)
I’m a 19 year old artist just trying to live my nonbinary life in this binary world. I’m a total sap, sensitive beyond belief and cry when animals die in movies. I stay a functioning human through a cocktail of coffee and stubborn determination and my face looks empty without dark circles. Yes, my hair IS naturally purple. Thank you for noticing.

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Posted by on August 30th, 2016 at 08:00 am

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One Response to “Profile: Aster”

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    Thank you so much for this post. I feel like I've known about these things for a while now but can't really make my mind accept them and practice them. now's the time. thank you for the encouragement :)

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