My queerness officially became a teenager today. What should my queerness do differently, now that it's a teenager?
become embarrassed to be seen with its mother (that would be me, I think) in public; walk 10 paces away from me and pretend not to know me
demand that I buy it all black clothes so it can become a goth
dye its hair unnatural colors and pierce all my body parts (ow!)
have awkward, fumbling, irresponsible, and not very good typical underage sex
pass notes in class expressing desperate yearning for a new girl every week but never summon the courage to ask any of them out
play queer female music nonstop at top volume for the next seven years
question its sexual preference and become exclusively lesbian
rebel against its mother (that'd be me again) by doing whatever will horrify me most (like becoming a Christian fundamentalist?)
start claiming to have been innate, in desperate hopes that this will enable it to become a member of the "popular" crowd
stock up on acne treatments
write angsty LiveJournal entries complaining about how its tyrannical parent (yep, that'd be me) maintains such close watch over its sex life that it'll probably be over 18 before it manages to have sex with a woman
write atrociously awful poetry all the time
defy all stereotypes of teenagers! do absolutely none of the above!
How old is your queerness?
Infant, still too young to walk or talk
Not yet born
I don't know. I have queerness, but I'm not sure when it was born.
I don't know whether I have queerness or not.