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What does the term “Bear” mean to you?
“I’ve actually had a lot of discussions about this. I am a straight transgender man and I do not identify as a bear. However I do label myself as a pup. People seem to get very offended by this because they say that only gay men can claim that along with bear, cub, wolf, ect. But I disagree with that. I think a bear is someone who, regardless of sexual orientation, is of large stature, not necessarily tall, with tons of body hair, and is a kind person.”
What’s your idea of a perfect date?
“A perfect date to me would be going on a hike in the Appalachian mountains and watching the sunrise while eating a breakfast we packed.”
How would you describe your personal interior design style?
“I would say lack there of. I don’t really have a style. If I had to choose one I would say rustic minimalist.”
What kind of music do you listen to?
“I love country, blue grass, folk, and indie. My favorite band is called Listener. It’s spoken words to music.”
Eyes: Blue/ Gray/ Green
Fitness Routine: I do Crossfit and I add weight lifting in where I see fit. I typically workout 4-5 days a week.
Hobbies: Photography, exploring abandoned buildings, and working out.
Guilty Pleasure Snack: CHEESECAKE!
TV Faves: American Horror Story and The Walking Dead.
Last good movie you saw: The Conjuring. It wasn’t as scary as I was expecting but it was definitely a good movie.
Currently Reading: I am about to purchase and begin reading Hung Jury.
Turn Ons: Big butts, thick thighs, good hygiene, long hair, my own stink, and a pretty face.
Turn Offs: Being bitten, and pain aside from scratches, dirty hands, certain smells, and mean people.
Personal Statement: Hi, I’m Oliver, and I am asking for help. It’s not easy to talk about, but here goes.
I am a trans man. For those who don’t know what that is, I was assigned female at birth, but always internally felt like a man. Since I’ve medically transitioned to male I’m happier and more fulfilled. Every trans person takes their own path. No two paths are alike. For me, to feel best about myself in my body I need to take one more step on my path that requires additional surgery. So, I’m reaching out to anyone with a few extra bucks to spare to help me out. You may or may not know me, but I assure you any contribution, even a small one, will honestly mean I will be closer to being comfortable in my own skin. Nothing is more important than that, whether you’re trans or not. If you can help, you have my deepest gratitude. If you can share this page with others via social media, whether you can contribute or not, you also have my deepest gratitude. Be well, and know that I truly appreciate every penny raised by this personal fund. http://www.gofundme.com/fq1oo0