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Location: UK, in Devon
Registered: February 2003
Oliver is an enigma. He has very clear definitions of who he is and that he is male. He says his gender is not defined by his body. I can imagine, should one ever have the delight to meet him, that he may be quite a paradox.
His definition has made me think. You will find it in his FAQ section.
He also says in a post in his tumblr:
too often do i get messages asking "are you a boy or girl" or "what is your biological sex?". it's tiring and never ending, but my answer is always the same. my body doesn't define who i am and it does not decide my gender. i am myself because i say so. and i am male. it's not an opinion, it's not a choice. it's a fact. that being said, it doesn't mean i can't try to appreciate what i have anyways. and until my body reflects what's inside, that's what i'll do. this took a lot of courage to post and i hope you'll all be respectful.
The statement is below the most naked, vulnerable and beautiful I think you will ever see Oliver. He has posted a great deal of himself, and remains a paradox and an enigma.
[Updated on: Sun, 10 January 2016 23:26]
Inconsistent use of capital letters is the difference between Bobby helping Uncle Jack off a horse, AND Bobby helping uncle jack off a horse!