Panromantic demisexual GQ/gender-variant fat omnivorous socio-anarchical feminist.
Okay I've received multiple rude and assumptive messages so I'm just gonna say it a few times so y'all nebbish can get it in your heads:
I am not a girl. I do not go by "she."
I am not a girl! I do not go by "she!"
I AM NOT A GIRL!!! I DO NOT GO BY "SHE!!!"
I'm really quiet and socially awkward until I get to know you, and then I become like to a barnacle or a remora or a lamprey eel and love you forever and never want you to go away because I think you're so awesome! I tend to idolize my friends a bit, but only because I choose really quality people to spend my time with!
If you are a guy with a penis who only has penile pentrative sex with women with vaginas, I do not want to talk to you.
When it comes down to it, my biggest passion is words: Linguistics and phonetics are fascinating to me, and I am always trying to learn new words/sentence structure in different languages. I recently graduated with a degree in Writing and Publishing, and my dream is to work in publishing, particularly with text layout; though to be involved with the publishing industry in any capacity would make me extremely happy. Typography is one of my great loves. I read constantly, and if a book of which I love the layout doesn't have a colophon, I make sure to make my own notes to research it later. The text in posters, advertisements, and signage are also things that particularly spark my interest.
I like learning new skills and working with my hands more than anything. My hands constantly have to be preoccupied with something - whether it's typing on a keyboard, knitting or crocheting, beating egg whites for a meringue, practicing calligraphy, doing needlework, working out font or graphic designs, or practicing erhu or morin khuur. I guess I'm fidgety? It probably explains a lot.
My GQness means that I'm in-between when it comes to gender. I might have facial hair one day but be in a dress and heels the next. Usually my days don't waffle through such extremes, though.
I read often, when I'm not working or on the lookout for a new job. I am really trying to get my foot in the door regarding my career, but it's a tough market right now. New friends and hobbies are a means of keeping my depression to a just-manageable amount.
Science, sociology, music, activism, knitting/crochet, bookmaking, and cooking are all things that I like to learn about.
Cishetbros can fuck right on off.