Maybe that's the best way to start.
I have identified as many different things. I was assigned female at birth and when I was 17, I came out fully as trans*, and started using masculine pronouns after high school, and started hormone therapy when I was 19, and had a double mastectomy/top surgery procedure. After a while, living as a boy, when I was so sure of it being the right thing, started to not feel right anymore, and I stopped therapy, and I have gradually been using 'he' less and less. I use 'they' or 'she' now, and most certainly have more of a feminine-of-center. I identify with my birth assignment, but not necessarily with the word 'woman' as much. A lot of people believe me to be intersex! I feel safe with other queer, genderqueer, gender fluid people.
That was a mouthful. If you can get past that.
I am in a relationship and in love! She is my sunshine, a talented poet, a writer, a fellow burlesque dancer and one of the most beautiful people I have met. We are in an open relationship and are not interested in having other 'boyfriends' or 'girlfriend,' but are allowed to have occasionally other sexual partners. She is my primary, and I will not let anything get in the way of that. Communication is key! I am cool to play around ;)
I'm thinking about grad school, leaving the area, going to Australia or Maine or France or Canada or California to maybe join the circus. I spend a lot of time performing and training in trapeze, fire arts, aerial silks, stilts, and some more things to come. Do yoga, like to go to the gym. I am a burlesque performer, fire breather and eater, tiny acrobat, and clown in a local burlesque troupe called Carnivale Debauche.
Green-friendly but can't handle smoke. Booze-friendly but can't handle the drink. I'm usually the one too anxious to go to college parties and would rather spend time with a glass of wine with someone, elsewhere.
I spent some time training at Dell'Arte International School of Physical Theatre in June/July of 2014, and I am going back to study with the grad students of the school's program, in Bali, in January 2015.
I like to sing and dance a lot, but sometimes I'm shy about it. Also, kind of a sapiosexual. I have a funny diet and like decorating. Creating art or some sort. I have a thing for tattoos and septum piercings. I think Rooney Mara, Sam Rockwell, Jason Gordon-Levitt, Edward Norton, Lily Cole, Dita Von Teese, and Joe Pug are attractive. I am of the theatre/performance art breed. I am fascinated with commedia dell'arte. I want to be a poly-glot. Speak German to me.