Profile: Chris

You can call me… Chris

I identify as… agender. I don’t feel like being any gender at all. I am AMAB and appear male, simply because I don’t really care much about my appearance (yeah, grew a beard) and just like to be myself.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … They/them however I don’t take offense with “he/him” or “she/her” really. The latter is however diminishingly rare.

I’m attracted to… people regardless of gender, however I prefer feminine men, crossdressing men, masculine females and agender people the most. Other non-binary people are okay. Just regular drag queens and drag kings as well as people how care too much about their own appearance are turn offs. I am mostly attracted to interesting and uncomplicated personalities. I only move on a romantic spectrum as I am otherwise asexual.

When people talk about me, I want them to… be respectful of me as I am respectful of them. Don’t put my personal preferences (romantic) in the foreground.

I want people to understand… that sex is not important to me at all. That I am annoyed when people have expectations of how men or women are supposed to be.

About Chris
I am 25, unemployed, panromantic, asexual, agender and have HFA (high functioning autism). I am personally interested in epistemology and psychology. Many people say that I am a friendly person, even though I assume that they talk too good of me.

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Posted by on March 25th, 2016 at 08:00 am

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