I use the word queer as broad term to describe non-heterosexual orientations, biological sex variances, and gender deviations. I’m pansexual, meaning I experience sexual attraction and desire towards a diversity of genders. I am a cis gender woman with biological sex variances that contribute to a subtle difference in how I experience gender. The term queer has become a comfortable identifier for the experience of being a sexually fluid, cis gender woman with a gender deviant biology.
My queer agenda is to live in a world where radical love is recognized and encouraged. This includes, but is not limited to, the acceptance of diverse sexual identities, orientations and marital practices, including plural marriages and relationships. Furthermore, my agenda is to create an existence where biological sex and gender do not mandate unnecessary expectations and limitations on what a person is capable of. Love takes many forms, and I’m interested in a prosocial approach to recognizing the diverse forms of radical love.