Profile: Sam


You can call me… Sam

I identify as… Genderfluid.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … They/them is best.

I’m attracted to… Still questioning for the most part, but as it stands I think I’m pansexual. So, everyone.

When people talk about me, I want them to… Refer to me as a “person”, not a “girl”. If gender is actually brought up that is, though I’d prefer it only be mentioned if someone asks.

I want people to understand… That just because I have a long ponytail doesn’t necessarily mean “that’s a 100% girl 100% of the time”.

About Sam

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Grand Gesture and Outtakes



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Profile: J


You can call me… J

I identify as… AMAB non-binary

As far as third-person pronouns go, … He/Him, They/Them

I’m attracted to… Open-minded, Kind, Quirky folks who’re into doing their own thing

When people talk about me, I want them to… Try not to assume too much about me. Just ask.

I want people to understand… Gender is a social construct. Some of us are building our own structures.

And that’s OK.

About J
Mid-40s mostly-dude. Paints nails, colours hair & beard, writes heavy metal music, into needle-felting cute critters.

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Profile: Craig


You can call me… Craig

I identify as… a trans female to male boy

As far as third-person pronouns go, … him, he, his

I’m attracted to… both guys and girls but i’m more on the guys side

When people talk about me, I want them to… use Craig for my name and use the right pronouns

I want people to understand… that it is alright to be yourself and don’t be afraid to stand up for who you are

About Craig
born to two happy parents who named me Samantha i’ve never felt in place, i’ve always felt like i didnt belong to my born to gender and i new this all my life but when i turned 12 i started thinking more about it i came out to my group of friends who had already came out, they were all very accepting i am now 13 (as of 2016) and just recently told my parents and they also accept me but i do have trouble at school with certain classmates but overall it is ok

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Profile: Dyl (Dylan)


You can call me… Dyl (Dylan)

I identify as… Agender, genderqueer and queer in general

As far as third-person pronouns go, … They/them (preferably) but sometimes she/her

I’m attracted to… Women and feminine guys. if they know what they want, if they try to reach their goals, are adventurous and think every dream is a blueprint for a new adventure.

When people talk about me, I want them to… See me as just me, as another human being right next to them.

I want people to understand… I am me and I’m fine with people wondering why I am myself and questioning what happened to the person everyone thought they knew.

About Dyl (Dylan)
I am just a funny person who loves puns more than the sun keeps humans alive on earth. I can be serious when needed and will help people out if I feel like they need it.

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Profile: Andrew


You can call me… Andrew (Drew or Andy work fine, too)

I identify as… A femme Abrosexual Transgender boy.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I prefer he/him/his but anything other than she/her/hers is ok!

I’m attracted to… All genders, none, one, or multiple…depending on the day.

When people talk about me, I want them to… Talk about me as a man. Not a “Transgender” man. Just a man. Like any other.

I want people to understand… Boys can like My Little Pony and dress up games, girls can like sports and Power Rangers. These things aren’t set in stone.

About Andrew (Drew or Andy work fine, too)
My name is Andrew (Drew or Andy work fine, too) and I’m an Abrosexual Transgender Atheist. I like My Little Pony, Jem & the Holograms, Batman, Undertale, Welcome To Night Vale, and pugs!

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Posted by on May 15th, 2017 at 08:00 am

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Question: Insight into androgynous expression?


Someone asks…

I was assigned female at birth, but I identify as androgynous. I’m lucky, since I don’t look very feminine anyhow, and since I prefer to dress very casually, I seem to pass as male in most situations.

That’s fine on a daily basis, but every now and then I feel bad about it, because I’m not a man and I’d rather be read as androgynous. I’d like to incorporate something more feminine in my gender expression, but that seems like a minefield, since I don’t want to go back to being read as female.

On the other hand that may just be something I tell myself because I’ve gotten so used to the privileges of being read as male and am secretly afraid of the repercussions of being read as a femme man, even though that would seem to be a more accurate description of my identity on some days.

I’m not even sure what I’m asking. Insight into androgynous expression? Tips on how to be more confident about not presenting traditionally masculine? Anything’s welcome.

Please post your response in the comments below.

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Posted by on May 13th, 2017 at 08:00 am

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Profile: JuJu


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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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My Name is They



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Profile: Hayden


You can call me… Hayden

I identify as… a confused pansexual

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I would like he/they pronouns.

I’m attracted to… everyone. Hearts not Parts.

When people talk about me, I want them to… Be nice!

I want people to understand… That I am confused. And don’t know my gender. So please just be nice.

About Hayden
I am funny. Cool. Loyal. I love new friends.

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The X in Latinx



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Profile: Soren or Sarah


You can call me… Soren or Sarah

I identify as… an androsexual genderfluid

As far as third-person pronouns go, … Any pronouns are fine as long as they are used with kindness <3

I’m attracted to… Mostly masculine men, but I’m also attracted to masculine women and the occasional feminine man

When people talk about me, I want them to… Remember that I’m a human being just like them

I want people to understand… That nobody’s perfect and I’m not perfect so that means I’m normal like everyone else no matter what people may say

About Soren or Sarah
I want to study Computer Science. I enjoy writing and reading while I’m not in school. I’ve had my ups and downs in life like many others, and I’m always on the lookout for new friends.

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Posted by on May 4th, 2017 at 08:00 am

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Question: What label to use for my gender?


Zader asks…

YO! Ok, so I’ve been just using the term “non-binary” although it is an umbrella term because I’m not sure what my actual gender is. I’ve been thinking about either demiboy or demifluid? I was born with female anatomy, but I’m not a girl. At all. How I describe it is that I’m fluid between a boy and an agender. That’s mainly what it is, I think. So, can anyone help me figure out what term works for me? I’m not exactly sure what to call myself as of now, and I’d really like to find a label that fits!

Please post your response in the comments below.

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Posted by on May 2nd, 2017 at 08:00 am

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Question: Parent is unsure


A parent asks…

My 18 year old child wants to have breast removal surgery, and has no interest in anything further. They have been wearing a binder for several years. They want to have the surgery before starting college in the fall. I want to support them, and at the same time I worry that maybe as a parent I ought to have them wait in case they may later change their mind. I can use any input. Thanks.

Please post your response in the comments below.

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Shoe bump


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Androgynous Explorations of Time - The 70s by Shotby Femo on 500px.com

 

“Androgynous Explorations of Time – The 70s” by Shotby Femo

Models: Yvonne Chibueze & Antwon Williams

Hair and Make-Up: Misty Mosharrafa

Styling: Brad Simpson at Body Style UK

Photography: www.shotbyfemo.com


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Being a GNC Parent



Even BuzzFeed is starting to show GNC people as multi-dimensional.


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Three Hats and a Smile


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“Reggaetoneros” by Alfonso José Venegas

“Black and white genderqueer portrait.”


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Profile: Dre


You can call me… Dre

I identify as… a gay searching woman with a disability

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I use she/her/hers

I’m attracted to… Loving, unique female-bodied people

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

I want people to understand… Names and language are important; if I tell you how to refer to me, it’s important that you respect that.

About Dre

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Boa & Knit


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“Andrógino” by Camilo Palacios


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Profile: Paige or Arty


You can call me… Paige or Arty

I identify as… Non-binary/Agender

As far as third-person pronouns go, … They/Them/Theirs, please!

I’m attracted to… Everyone! If I’m attracted to you, I’m attracted to you!

When people talk about me, I want them to… not assume what I identify as. I may present a certain way, but you are probably wrong.

I want people to understand… that I have enough trouble with myself internally, I don’t need you to voice your opinions of me.

About Paige or Arty
Hey there, pals! I’m 20 and fabulously queer. If you’d like to be friends or know more about me, hit me up on my tumblr: cockapoodle-doo

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