Profile: Mimi/Em

You can call me… Mimi/Em

I identify as… Genderfluid Unicorn. Or your supreme overlord, whichever :)

As far as third-person pronouns go, … Ey/Em are preferred, but They/Them are also accepted :)

I’m attracted to… All genders, but none sexually

When people talk about me, I want them to… Not see me as what my body shows, but what my personality shows! And to not call me ‘miss’. I hate that.

I want people to understand… This is not a joke! I am serious about being genderfluid! So please respect my pronouns!! And if you do mess up, don’t get so huffy about it! Please!

About Mimi/Em
I never really knew who I was, until my brother suggested that I might be genderfluid. I was repeating that over and over to myself for the rest of that day, and every time I heard it, it felt so right! I never felt like a complete girl anyway, and sometimes I felt like a boy, but I knew I wasn’t transgender. It was the best feeling to figure out who I was! And when I changed my pronouns, I couldn’t be happier! I have yet to come out to my parents, since they’d say it wasn’t real, or that it was just a phase. It really is awesome! And I realized that I was also panromantic, which felt right as well! And Asexual as well! This has been a great year for me, since I am finally realizing who I am at 15. After 10 years of questioning, I have the answers.

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Posted by on May 20th, 2016 at 10:00 am

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