Simply Snow

My life is not the usual cut and dry mundane life that a lot of people tend to live. I like to think my life is full of wonder and exploration. For me my life is ever changing, and very few things are constant. There simply is no box that I perfectly fit into, and to try would be like trying to shove a large sphere in a small square box.

First, and foremost I am a transmasculine transman, though I was assigned female at birth, and “pass” as a female I am not solely female. So what exactly does that mean? For me, it means that sometimes I am a woman, sometimes I am a man, and sometimes I am androgynous. I do not mean that sometimes I feel manly; in every internal sense, I am a man in those moments. My partner noticed that I hold myself differently, walk differently, speak differently, even interact with people differently depending on my gender identification. This isn’t the same as being transgender, as I do not feel that I am always one gender. There are many times where I experience very acute gender dysphoria (female pronouns, looking very female, etc. when I am male or androgynous), but, when I am female, I don’t.

While we are on that topic, I prefer male pronouns such as; (He, Him, and His) though I am also preferly fine with gender neutral pronouns such as; (They, Them, and Their.) I have found that these are the easiest for my friends and family to use.

Please do not refer to me as a female, and if you do my accident please just correct yourself and continue on.