anonymous said: Hey Vesper! I have some questions about your YouTube stuff. Feel free to get to this as you feel like, no rush! What are the biggest differences between discussing LGBT+ stuff on tumblr vs on YouTube? Who are some other LGBT+ vloggers that you enjoy? And do you have any advice you’d give to other people considering vlogging about LGBT+ topics and their identities? hi! i’m flattered that you’re interested in my answer to these questions. apologies in advance for the length and if my responses aren’t even helpful. “What are the biggest differences between discussing LGBT+ stuff on tumblr vs on YouTube?” the big differences between the two platforms make for big differences in the way discussions unfold and how one even goes about initiating a discussion, imho. i feel like it’s much easier to have discussions on Tumblr and the discussions that i have here are…
sorry for being MIA for so long. in this video on blurb on and on about various random things that i have seen or experienced in Japan thus far. in short, work is going well and my piercings + attempts at gender neutral attire have all gone over fine thus far. more interesting videos to come in the future!
many people use the word “queer” to describe or label their identity in regards to their sexuality and/or their gender. it’s a word that references the heteronormativity within society and expresses the fact that one identifies as being outside of or beyond such normativity… but is the word queer strictly limited to that? i have a feeling that this topic may bring about very strong opinions in some people… please be gentle! i’m genuinely curious. …better late than never? ;(
choosing a new name is really hard for anyone, but it seems especially hard choosing a gender neutral name. for one, is any name ever truly gender neutral…? there’s so much that goes into gendering a name that i think it’s impossible to really say. either way, because i’m so picky i find myself with very few options to choose from…
am i neutrois? hmmm…. in this video i blurb horribly about my own gender. i am neither male, nor am i female. i am not masculine, nor am i feminine. i am not a combination of the two, nor am i somewhere in between the two. i am not gender apathetic, nor am i genderless. i am outside of the gender binary.29 i am what i’ve always been. i am neutral. me blurbing about why i kinda sorta identify as neutrois but how people’s misinformed/uninformed assumptions about what neutrois is screws with my identity.
in this video i talk about how i personally came to identify as an asexual. i apologize for the length, but there was a lot to fit in! a ton of things went unsaid in this video, including the feelings, experiences and everything else that went into me looking into asexuality in the first place, but hopefully i’ve included enough of my story here for you to get the gist of why it took me so long to identify as asexual. “blehblehblehbleh”, ie. how i came to identify as asexual.
hello all and welcome to my new channel, Queer As Cat. 🙂 this channel will contain video blogs regarding things that are very personal to me, including asexuality, panromanticism, gender and more. sorry for the background noise in the video…. ….starting a vlog to go alongside this Tumblr account. this Tumblr account will continue to focus on reblogging and sharing stuff related to asexuality, panromanticism/pansexuality, biromanticism/bisexuality, gender etc in general. the Youtube channel will focus on my own personal blurbing. ….so yeah, vlogging. interesting times.