I'm baccck!-and how do I change my username?

queercatholic's picture

Hi guys,

Well, I'm not sure why my last journal entry didn't get any responses but I'm gonna guess it was because I'm not that active and all of a sudden I just wrote an entry seeking input from you guys? Anyway, this is just a message to tell everyone that I'm back...and how do I get my username changed? I've decided to start calling myself queer now instead of a lesbian, or more frequently gay. I decided this a few days ago when I had been thinking about the two definitions of the word queer: a describing word meaning basically something, someone or somewhere that is weird, out of the ordinary or unusual and the other definition is someone that is attracted to their gender. I know I am a bit unusual in many different ways (in how I dress and act) and I am attracted to only women sexually...hence why I've decided to use the word queer to describe myself now. So....I wanna change my username to queercatholic...how do I do that?

jacjessen90's picture

i say...

ask jeff
"On with the dance! Let joy be unconfined!!" - Lord Byron

jeff's picture

Hmm...

Can I just wait until the catholic gets removed, too? How many steps do we need to add here? :-)

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"People who are happy are slugs... They do not move the human race forward."
-- Camille Paglia, on Oasis

underdarkness's picture

Okay, do not take any

Okay, do not take any offense to this but... isn't "queer catholic" sort of an oxymoron? I mean, it's sort of like calling oneself "Straight Homosexual".

5thstory's picture

I was going to tell you to

I was going to tell you to beg Jeff, but he's obviously seen this post before.

" . . . The sun does not shine upon this fair earth to meet frowning eyes, depend upon it." Charles Dickens

queercatholic's picture

underdarkness...

I COMPLETELY agree! However, let me explain here, I have grown up Catholic, going to mass, Sunday school and various activities every single week during my upbringing. I still continue to be actively involved within my church and plan to continue to do so until I move out (I am making plans right now about which church I will be joining then, because after highschool is the only time I will be able to join a new church--> I'm looking at the United Church right now!) Thus, the fact remains, I am a queer woman who is indeed Catholic...until further notice.