Template by xXSweeneyLovettXx1. Answer as your character.2. The interview can be answered by any type of character (original, fan-made e.t.c).3. Feel free to answer the optional questions below within the interview.Hello, Jordan.
'Sup?How are you doing?
Doin' fine.Let's begin.
Woot.1. Who is your partner? Tell us a bit about them.
The love of my life is Catori, a Native American. Technically, my partner's female, but she's a Two-Spirit, meaning that she changes her gender from boy to girl, meaning that her girl name is her birth name, Catori, and her boy name is Kiche.2. How did you meet, and how did you get together?
Funny thing, before I went off to college with my good friend Stanielle, she took me to a pride parade to get my spirits up. Being a trans boy in a conservative household, needless to say, made my joy and sanity nearly kill itself. Anyways, as we were there, I found a lot of pretty girls and feminine guys; I'm attracted to femininity, regardless of the gender.
As we were walking around with our trans flags, I noticed a small stage where a performer was doing an interpretive dancing with a rainbow flag that had feathers on it. Out of curiosity, we walked over to see the performance, and that lady was the best woman I've seen there, yet I was way
too nervous to talk to her. Stan tried to get me to talk to her, but I always ran off.
Fast forward to when we're a few weeks into college, I found that exact same lady in our library. I was looking for a book and I saw her right next to me, and I tried to turn away whenever she looked at me. She had the book I was looking for, so I mustered up the courage to talk to her and ask if I could borrow the book. She let me see it, and we eventually went from discussing the book to greeting each other. Later on, she kept coming over to our dorm, and with Stan and her friend Zayn, we all formed a friendship group.3. What is your partner's best physical feature?
Now, the average person may talk trash about Catori's appearance, since she's a very big person; in my eyes, that's what makes her cuter, and it makes it fun poking her on the chubby areas to tease her, like her belly and nose.4. Name one hobby or passion of theirs.
Like I said earlier, when I first saw Catori, she was doing an interpretive dance. She loves to dance and is really great at it, too. Catori says that she learned it from "pow wows", which is a Native American festival that usually happens in the fall, if I remember correctly. From watching different dancers, she was able to imitate, and create, the dance moves, giving it her own feel.5. Name one thing you like about their personality.
She's very open-minded and often does her best to find an alternative to a bad situation.6. Name one thing you dislike about their personality.
She does tend to occasionally get a bit cocky over certain things, especially when she tries to prove someone wrong. Funny for me to say, since I, myself, am a bit arrogant when it comes to winning everything, but it's less expected to come out of Catori.7. What is something you absolutely love about them?
Being a genderqueer person, she understands my struggles whenever I talk about my sad stories that involve misgendering, dysphoria, suicidal thoughts, etc. Basically, she's one of the people I often talk with to discuss my problems, and she's a really good listener.8. What is something you absolutely cannot stand about them?
Whenever I'm acting out of hand, or just plain pissed off, she does tend to get mad as well, but usually at me. Why? Well, since I'm a "young adult", she tries to tell me to "calm the hell down" and "act mature". In fact, those are the same things my parents, and even Stanielle, say to me whenever I'm particularly pissed at something. When this happens, it makes me feel like I'm the one who did something wrong, even if it clearly wasn't.9. Is your partner the romantic type? Do you want them to be?
Most of the time, yes. Whenever she's with me, she often finds funny ways to flirt with me, and I can't help but smile at her antics. Occasionally, she does tend to take the flirting to a sexual level, and this is often when we're alone in my room; it catches me by surprise at first, but I then fall into the trap. And no, we don't do any hardcore stuff in bed.10. What makes them special to you personally?
Hmm, this is a hard one, especially since I already stated almost all the things I love about her...um...I'd have to say...her heritage. I don't mean it in a "ooh, I'm dating a non-white person, diversity!" I actually mean that, since the history of Native Americans, when you look past the books and movies, isn't very well known, yet very unique. Whenever I ask her about certain topics, Catori seems to have an answer about her people's history, why people continue to believe stereotypes, and her own stories of growing up and how it must have been completely different back then. Something sad, in my opinion, is that many of the people who were born here, including myself, doesn't know much about their family history, especially if one is white, like myself. However, families like Catori's seem to keep track and tells a story from beginning to end, giving old ideas with new twists. In all, Catori is like...an encyclopedia with human emotions. 11. How much do you think your partner loves you?
She's there for me, she listens to me, and she's supports me whenever I want to make myself a better person or when I'm down in the dumps. If that doesn't indicate how much she loves me, I don't know what does. Oh, and not to brag, but I caught her staring at my bod countless times.12. Do you want to be with them for the rest of your life? Do you think you will be?
Of course! She's the only person who I not only love, but she also loves me back. In the past, if I even looked at a girl with some sort of awe, I was always called a "dyke" by jackasses around me; add the fact that there were never any feminine boys around me growing up, so I didn't even know that it wasn't just girls I liked. And sure, the both of us may still have some problems to go through, not just relationship-wise but also domestic-wise, we'll stick work together to make it work and run through the storm to reach the sun.Thank for taking this interview, Jordan.
No prob, laters.