Profile: Eli

You can call me… Eli… that is the name i feel comfortable with for me

I identify as… Genderfluid Pansexual, i dress like a man but and still have a girl-ish tendency at times and i get called a girl pretty much all the time. But im not entirely sure if I’m Genderfluid, or Transgender… something about having my chest have no boobs and looking in the mirror to see that, having my hair all up in a beanie so it looks like i chopped it all off finally, sitting like a man, acting like one, being called a guy when someone first met me once and that making me unbelievably happy, confuses me… because i still have moments were i act a little a girl-ish… but when ever someone says “she” when talking about me.. it seems kinda weird.. i guess..?

As far as third-person pronouns go, … At this point… I’m fine with anything.. “she.” “he.” “it.”
I mostly get female pronouns, and i don’t expect people to keep up with it or understand, because i don’t either… but one of my friends sometimes asks who i am and that’s really nice.

I’m attracted to… Every gender. nice, funny people that are accepting of who you are and don’t degrade you or others for being themselves.

When people talk about me, I want them to… i don’t really know.. male?… female?…
male…??? it??????? i have no clue

I want people to understand… that even if you don’t understand something don’t automatically think its something that’s wrong and should be torn down to nothing. I know that it might be confusing but just bear with them and let them explain it in there point of view and how they see themselves.

About Eli… that is the name i feel comfortable with for me

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