🥸 Also known as: Nellie.
👵🏻 Generation: Millennial.
🎂 Birthday: 5th May.
🏡 Location: The Netherlands 🇳🇱.
🛂 Nationality: New Zealander 🇳🇿.
🧬 Ethnicity: (Northern) English, Scottish & Māori.
🗣️ Languages: English & Dutch.
♀️ Gender: Cisgender woman.
🏷️ Pronouns: She/they1.
🏳️🌈 Sexuality: Bisexual2.
👰🏻♀️ Marital status: Married to a cisgender man named Sam (16 years together, married for 8).
🤰🏻 Parental status: Childfree by choice.
🐾 Pets: Two dogs (Moose & Caribou).
🥄 Disabilities: Neurodiversity, chronic fatigue, chronic pain, dysautonomia, and mental illness3.
🤔 Politics/philosophies: Radical centrism, progressivism, egalitarianism, pro-choice, philosophical Satanism.
⚛️ Faith: Atheist.
👩🏻🎓 Education level: Postgraduate.
📜 Qualifications: BSocSc (Psychology), PGDip in Psychology, GradCert in Education Studies, and Certificate in Tikanga Māori.
👩🏻💻 Occupation: Disability content creator at Brokedown Body, Moshpit Mind.
💇🏻♀️ Physical attributes: Tall, fat, bottom hourglass figure, pale, shoulder-length wavy black hair, brown eyes, glasses, diastema, no piercings or tattoos.
🛍️ Style: Comfortable rainbow goth 🌈🦇.
🗓️ Online since: 1997.
1. Pronouns: Although I am a cisgender woman, I use she/they because I believe it's important to normalise the use of the grammatically correct singular 'they'. You're a they whether you "believe in pronouns" or not, so making a huge deal about anyone using they is weird.
2. Sexuality: I am attracted to all genders and sexes, but I have a preference for feminine-presenting people and thus don't consider myself pansexual.
3. Disabilities: These are just the ways in which I am disabled. If you want to know what my specific diagnoses and causes of these disabilities are, see my Disabilities page.