Profile: I wish I knew

You can call me… I wish I knew.

I identify as… Neutrois, possibly with some occasional fluid tendencies towards the feminine area of the spectrum? Usually only when I’m very happy with childlike wonder or when I feel fairly frightened, so I’m not sure if that’s gendery stuff or just how those emotions feel…

As far as third-person pronouns go, … In a perfect world, I’d go by ‘ze/hir’ without hesitation. For now, I’m just trying to make the tentative mental transition from she/her to those.

I’m attracted to… Anyone with a wonderful personality that’s a wonderful friend to me first- demiromantic ace spec ftw, amirite?

When people talk about me, I want them to… Just be polite, and not shittalk me behind my back. I need better friends…

I want people to understand… What it’s like not to fit in, to not relate to either of the public majorities, to feel like you *have* to be an activist in some way, shape, or form just to carve out a tiny space in the world for you.

About I wish I knew.
I’m Puppys, though that name only works in virtual communities… I’ve been contemplating my gender off and on for years, and exploring it since late 2014. I have a lot of insecurities about my gender, and I’m terrified of going to community college this semester to study game programming/design. It’s the best decision for me, though; so I look forward to it.

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