Profile: Jacki

You can call me… Jacki

I identify as… Part female but not completely. I feel the rest is ambiguous or non gendered. I’m not huge on labels, I’d rather just be Jacki, but the label I closest identify with is demigirl.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I’m not really out regarding my gender to very many people in real life so my pronouns used are currently female. I can tolerate it to a point but I much rather perfer no pronouns, just my name.

I’m attracted to… I came out as a lesbian at 14. But now as I’m realizing my gender identity I feel I am more polysexual meaning I am attracted to some but not all genders. In my case this means females, demigirls, agender people and more feminine or neutral non binary and genderqueer people. Beyond gender, I am attracted to outdoorsy, geeky, sensitive people with a sense of humor who enjoy romance and aren’t afraid of deep, personal conversations.

When people talk about me, I want them to… Not speculate or spread rumors. I’ve had problems in the past with that and it hurt.

I want people to understand… Gender is not just male and female! I can “look like a girl” but not identify as one. I’m not making this up. I’m not abnormal. This is not a phase or something college turned me into.

About Jacki
I’m 19 and a Computer Science major. I love to hike and I’m a self proclaimed geek.

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Posted by on May 31st, 2016 at 10:00 am

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