Profile: Mark

You can call me… Mark

I identify as… Male dyke, a lesbian stuck in a male’s body, something along those lines

As far as third-person pronouns go, … Masculine ones fit me just fine, but if I had my way we’d get rid of all gendered pronouns and just use the plural ones (e.g. they/them) instead, it’s just more efficient and practical

I’m attracted to… Non-heteronormative people, gender fluid people, agender people, femme males, butch females (especially), trans people

When people talk about me, I want them to… know I’m not judging them.

I want people to understand… that I’m a male who is happy with my body the way it is, but if I had any say over how I was put together and what kind of life I’d have I would have chosen to be a lesbian woman who would settle down with the butch woman of my dreams and have lots of cats together. I don’t know what these feeling make me, I’m not sure what label should be applied to me, but ultimately I don’t think labels mean all that much.

About Mark
I’m a scientist and educator, I enjoy conversing with intellectually curious people, that’s what makes my life worth living.

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

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