Profile: Emma

You can call me… Emma

I identify as… genderfluid. I spent months questioning my gender, determining what my gender was, feeling that the gender didn’t fit anymore and repeating the process, before I realised that I wasn’t actually bad at finding the right label, it was just that my gender was fluid. It took me a long time to realise this as it doesn’t change during the day, like I thought it would do if I was genderfluid, but rather every few weeks or something. It’s hard for me to pinpoint exactly which genders I fluctuate between, but I’m pretty sure that at least girl, agender and nonbinary are involved.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I really don’t have a preference. You can call me any pronoun you like, but please switch between them now and then instead of just calling me the same pronoun my whole life.

I’m attracted to… all genders, but I seem to have a preference for girls (doesn’t matter whether they are cis or trans).

When people talk about me, I want them to… be kind.

I want people to understand… that respecting people’s gender(s) really isn’t that hard.

About Emma
I’m a 17 year old Northern European. I’m autistic, and have a special interest for cats. I’m also bad at answering vague questions (like, for example, “write stuff about yourself”), so that’s why this bio is so awkward.

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Posted by on March 30th, 2017 at 08:00 am

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