About this site:
This site is dedicated to identities. This includes all three spectrums (gender, romantic, sexual). I had the idea when I wondered what people of all identities experience but don’t talk about (for instance, I experience some level of discomfort with my name, but I know what I’m more comfortable with and introduce myself as such. No one knows unless I tell them). It’s fascinating because we all experience things differently, we all have things we don’t talk about (for varying reasons), and beneath our identities, we’re all still human.
Hey guys, I’m Tyler, and my pronouns are they/them. I’m a queer, and I identify with this as my gender identity, my sexual orientation, and my romantic orientation. I’m a passionate nerd who is dedicated and who wants to help people. No matter what part of the spectrum I’m on, it doesn’t change who I am or what I stand for. I am valid. I am me.
Hi, I’m Hunter, and my pronouns are they/them, but I don’t mind he/him, and occasionally she/her is okay (I know, it’s a mess). I’m Non-Binary, and Pansexual (And also Panromantic). I’m basically just a huge dweeb that believes in equality and helping other people, and advocating via writing on a blog like this seems like a great way to accomplish both. My identity does seem to be fluid at times, and occasionally I’ll look at other terms for my gender identity or sexuality, but that doesn’t change who I am or what I stand for. I am valid. I am me.
Hey everyone, I’m Nick, my pronouns are he/him. I am a heterosexual cisgender male but my romantic orientation isn’t something as simple as heteroromantic. I want to help people and though occasionally, I will step into a twitter war and add my opinion or on Facebook or elsewhere. I feel it is now time to add it elsewhere whenever I may be able too. I am valid. I am me.
Hello everyone, I’m Victoria, and I use she/her or they/them pronouns. I am relatively ambivalent towards gender though, so really any are fine by me. I am bisexual as well as biromantic. I am always open to talk and lend an ear, whether you are in need of someone to talk to or just want to chat. I am currently in the closet when it comes to family, but I am very proud of who I am. I am valid. I am me.