Profile: Kiddo

You can call me… Agender_Kiddo or just Kiddo

I identify as… An Agender Pansexual Human

As far as third-person pronouns go, … Ger, Gim, Gier (Gear), They, Them and Their

I’m attracted to… Understanding people (And this boy and this girl who both go to my school)

When people talk about me, I want them to… Respect my pronouns

I want people to understand… That God made me this way and God doesn’t make mistakes.

About Agender_Kiddo or just Kiddo
I fight for social justice and I love Italian food. I’m 13 years old and living in the USA (The Southern States to be more exact). I love my siblings and my parents, but I need people who understand me.

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Posted by on May 23rd, 2018 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 5 comments »

5 Responses to “Profile: Kiddo”

  1. ren

    cool pronouns !


  2. Paul/Paula

    I am full of praise for this excellent profile, obviously written straight from the heart. I agree fully with the comment about God – how very true this is.


  3. Lilly

    God is not an excuse for anyone to be rude to anyone out of hate. God creates us to be who we are and that means that if ur gender fluid, genderqueer, gay, bi, transgirl/transwoman(me), transguy/transman, or somewhere else on those two spectrums you should not be ridiculed. Thank u for your post on that point for those who dont understand.


  4. a nerd

    Is that Undertale art? It looks really cool! :D


  5. Emma

    I’m also a southern kid…. it’s not that fun


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