Profile: Ange or Angie

You can call me… Ange or Angie, but I’m not as comfortable with those names. I’m still looking for a “male” one–right now I have “Angelo”.

I identify as… Genderqueer, but I’m still finding out if it’s just another phase I’m going through.

Quick backstory: I was repressed with my identity as a kid, and now I’m rebelling and not caring about what my parents think.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … She or they.

I’m attracted to… Females.

When people talk about me, I want them to… Know that I’m not straight, because that’s everything I’m not. I’m currently in the beginning stage of finding out about myself, so there will be a lot of changes in the next weeks.

I want people to understand… That I’m still finding out about myself and yes, I feel comfortable with a label–that’s just who I am.

About Ange or Angie
I’ve been playing the piano since I was four and have been picking up different instruments at a young age. I have an incredibly strong passion for music and the arts except for art itself. Performing/acting and literature (novels and poetry) keep me grounded from my usual flying mind that goes everywhere during my depressed months.

(A real quick one: I have been identifying myself as “lesbian” or “tomboy” at a young age and quickly changed it due to a religious family. Later, I went with bi and came out to my parents who surprisingly kind of accepted me. Now, I’m waiting for the day where I can come out as “genderqueer”.)

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Posted by on January 24th, 2018 at 08:00 am

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