Profile: JuJu

You can call me… JuJu

I identify as… a queer witch bitch. But with the official terms and labels: BDSM-loving female-bodied genderqueer lidioist asexual. (Witch meaning I follow the Wiccan path :))

As far as third-person pronouns go, … anything is fine by me. I personally like they/them, but she/her is acceptable, he/him or even it/its too.

I’m attracted to… the human soul. I do experience aesthetic, sensual and platonic attraction, but sometimes my attraction to someone is… unexplainable. Their soul just calls out to mine.

When people talk about me, I want them to… respect me. I understand some people are confused by my identity, and many have asked all sorts of questions in order to try and understand. But if you don’t know something, please don’t go on to say things that aren’t true or that you aren’t sure of.

I want people to understand… that my identity is valid. Especially my asexual orientation. I am not faking it, I am not doing this for show. This is who I am and I feel so amazing being the queer witch bitch that I am. I still fight with inner-doubt, but I’ve grown to love and accept myself. Other than that, love you all!

About JuJu
Human being, artist, activist, dreamer. I hope to change the world someday, and I am always open to meeting new friends. :)
For anyone who is interested, check out my Instagram: jujuanisko
Lots of love everyone! :D

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