30 Ways of Pride Challenge

It’s based on the 30 Days of Pride Challenge. I like the concept but I’m too lazy to keep it for 30 days, so instead I answer 30 questions, and as it’s originaly for 30 days it’ll be updated live. (Yay, more edits in prod’)

  1. Share your name, age, and identity. Share a picture of yourself.

    Haelwenn (lanodan) Monnier, currently 18 years old. And currently define myself as a nerdy non-binary/Quantuum aromantic pan-demisexual. And I won’t share a picture of my face, but my anti-face !

    Picture of my back, showing my long hair while wearing a black hoodie
  2. How old were you when you first discovered you were LGBTQ?

    Wow, too much back in time, I can’t really remember when but I think self-identified as not-really a boy when I was 5. Identification as a queer is way later (I think age 12~14) but I have a very bad memory of time (I think it’s because I don’t care which year/month/day/hours it is unless I have to wait / be on time).

  3. Who was your first (real-life AFK) crush?

    Uuuh… *tries to define to theyself what is a crush* Well, probably no if it’s AFK and real-life I forgot the nickname. I’m aromantic, seriously, I should better pass this question.

  4. Who was your first celebrity crush?

    NOPE ! (I can’t even really be a fan so no crush on a celebrity)

  5. Are you out? How did you come out?

    I’m out with my friends and other people which are open-minded, I’m not out with my family, but I give them clues and I’m not really closed except to few of them which I don’t know enough about their potential reaction (I’m a nerd, remember)

    I’m also out online for 2 or 3 years but I was mostly open.

  6. Who was the first person you came out to?

    Uuh, well I can’t remember who it was online, probably on a IRC chatroom or to my ex on LINE®/Skype(when it wasn’t owned by MS)/IRC. But AFK it was probably my friends which were very supportive (and already had queer friends ;3) and few days later the whole class because I misgendered my ex because of stress. (I was so sorry for doing it)

  7. Share something about your family.

    Uuuh… well I don’t want to, they’re very nice but I can’t stay with people for a long time and have issues talking to them because it’s not like I can redo and asociability doesn’t help. (Which probably explains why I haven’t come out to them)

  8. Who is your greatest supporter?

    I don’t really know but it’s one of my friends or my dad even if I haven’t come out to him and can’t talk about it and seriously the net is sometimes very great

  9. Do you identify with a certain ‘tribe’? Which one?

    Uuh, the weirdos? The Queers? The Whatever-people which aren’t in a tribe but fit in about half and neither of them? « Les seuls en groupe » (the lones/only/asocial in a group).

  10. What’s the most influential LGBTQ event you’ve attended?

    The 2015 pride of Rennes, all the classes where I learn to me and others(Freinet high school ;3) about ABGILPQT+, … I don’t know. I think the classes were the most efficient one because there was few outed queers.

  11. When was the first time you fell in love? Who was it with?

    What is love ? Baby don’t hurt me… no more

  12. Name your favorite fictional LGBTQ character.

    That moment when you try to force yourself not to be totally shameless and name your own characters. XD Jocelyn Samara

    Oh noes… Uh I’d say for the sake of "Safe For Work": Rain LGBT characters (specially Rain and Ky’) and El Goonish Shive main characers, Steven Universe, …

    But seriously if I find a nerdy-genderqueer there is very high chances it would be my all time favorite (Tyrell and his Boyfriend in Mr. Robot is nice and have huge potential but anyway this serie is awesome.), Lisbeth Salander from Millenium is one of them but I really want to read the 3 books to avoid “examinating” the nerdy part of it.