Profile: Sean

You can call me… Sean

I identify as… AMAB Gender Neutral/agender – I don’t feel a disconnect from my male body, but I don’t identify with male or female. I love playing with masculinity and femininity.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … they/them or zhe/zhim/zherself pronouns, but I like when people mix it up. Don’t mind Male pronouns

I’m attracted to… Primarily other AMAB or masculine-of-center people, so I guess gay/androsexual. I like guys who are funny, witty and sweet.

When people talk about me, I want them to… recognise me for the person I am and who I want to be. And, above all else, be honest.

I want people to understand… I don’t want my physical body to restrict what and how I can present myself as.

About Sean
I have only recently come into understanding myself as a non-binary person, formerly identifying exclusively as a gay male. While the gay remains the same, my gender has finally made itself clear. I have always felt the restrictions on what AMAB and AFAB can do was the worst thing, and that people should be allowed at all times to do what they please.

If you every want to talk with me, my tumblr is thekunstisme. I just want to meet other non-binary people and share in that experience.

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Posted by on July 1st, 2016 at 10:00 am

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One Response to “Profile: Sean”

  1. Kyle Alesha-Stacey

    I’m non-binary too. To be exact, im X gender, the X is un-undefinable. Do you have a fb account, would love to add you.


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