Profile: Rachel

You can call me… Rachel

I identify as… I identify as female and present very feminine but I am intersex and proud to be.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … She/her but they/them is fine too

I’m attracted to… I’m an androromantic ace who enjoys people who are very masculine presenting and athletic but also sensitive and romantic

When people talk about me, I want them to… Not speculate about my gentalia. Not attempt to draw conclusions on who I am based on my appearance or relationships.

I want people to understand… Intersex is a real and valid identity. And yes it is a medical condition but I can still have pride in it! I am not straight. I am currently in a relationship with a queer cis man and as I present as female we get told we don’t belong in LGBTQ+ spaces even though we are both part of the community.

About Rachel
22. Graphic design major approaching graduation and engagement! I love anime, fan art, rock music, yoga, and volunteering. I am intersex but was raised as a female and was not aware of my intersexuality until I was 10. My boyfriend is an accountant and has a bearded dragon.

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