Profile: Sage

You can call me… Sage

I identify as… non-binary/genderqueer.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I use they/them. I’ve been cycling through pronouns for a while, but recently I have settled on they/them.

I’m attracted to… beautiful people! I lean more toward femininity, but occasionally, masculinity or androgyny catch my eye.

When people talk about me, I want them to… ask for my pronouns, please. I grew up in a small country town, where the gender binary was rarely questioned. As I get to know more people outside of this town, I hope to meet more who are aware of the complexities of gender outside the binary.

I want people to understand… I am still growing and learning! I’m excited to keep exploring my identity, and the labels I use could be temporary. I also want people to understand that the way I present myself isn’t necessarily a reflection of what I feel like inside. I live in a conservative area, so it is safest for me to present as feminine to my family and friends. When I move out, I plan to drastically change my appearance and be more open about who I am.

About Sage
Just a kid that recently had a gender epiphany.

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Posted by on May 22nd, 2018 at 08:00 am

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One Response to “Profile: Sage”

  1. Paul/Paula

    A beautifully written profile straight from the heart. Both poignant and emotive, these words really make such an impression of courage and determination.

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