Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical
hermionesviolin

[8 things] true facts about me

From a recent-ish Magpie Girl post:
All this joy and confusion has got me to wondering: “What are the core things I know about myself?” In the face of expectations from family and friends, what do I know to be true? Furthermore, what do their response to my presence tell me about myself? So here’s *8Things I Know for Sure About Moi.
My attempt:

1. I am a bright, brilliant, beloved Child of God (and I am beautiful to behold).

Okay, I feel less "for sure" about the "beautiful to behold" part, but I am certain that I am loved by God.

2. I have strong caring, protecting, nurturing urges towards those I love.

3. My attraction to people is not dependent upon the other's sex/gender.

It's funny, I ping that queer people are "my people," but I don't even think about my sexuality as a Thing (possibly because the people I have been mutually interested in have been male and thus heteronormatively acceptable -- and yes I know that elides the way in which each of those relationships is/would be socially unacceptable in a different way).

4. Stories are tremendously important to me.  I love tellings-and-retellings (vampire mythos, fairy tales, the Bible), and also I craft stories to make sense of my and others' personal history.

5. The Christian story is specifically important to me.

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Feel free to suggest additional True True Facts about me.

Also, please feel free at any time to ask me to clarify anything I say in here.  [Feel free to email me (hermionesviolin@livejournal) or LJ-message me if you'd rather do that than leave a comment.]  I tend to assume that everyone has all the relevant context, which of course they don't always.  And anyone is welcome to comment on anything, I just ask that you be respectful.
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