What Style Means To Me...
Before I was able to dress in clothes that allowed me to authentically express myself it wasn’t just “oh, these clothes don’t fit me” or “they make me uncomfortable.” It was another manifestation of how there wasn’t a place for me in this world. Being able to find and wear clothes that express who I am allows me to navigate the world in a more confident and genuine way.
I have an extraordinary fascination with vintage electronics. There is something about vinyl, 8-tracks, and antique cameras that speak to my soul. However, almost anything related to technology peaks my interest.
What I do for fun I enjoy spending time with family & friends, watching women’s basketball, laughing with others, and bowling.
My biological sex is female. Which is separate from my gender identity of being non-binary. My androgynous style of dress is a visual expression of how I see myself; mostly masculine with a noticeable amount of femininity. Labels aside, I strive to be authentic to the point that if all the societal constructs and stereotypes were taken away, I’d still be me.