About me

Hello, again. This is a page where I will explain who I am more formally.

You can call me Taz. I go by it/its and ceta/cetus pronouns. If you are speaking to (or about) me in real life around someone who might not understand or respect those pronouns, please use she/her when referring to me.

I am, first and foremost, above all else, disabled. More debilitatingly mentally, though I experience physical disability as well. Most commonly, when I mention being disabled, I am referring to my mental disabilities. My disabilities define who I am, and how I communicate and interact. They are the most major element of my life. In particular, I am autistic and I experience psychosis. Over text, I may commonly seem to change personalities or fluctuate in comprehensive ability, among other things. This is not something I can control, and it is scary for me.

As evidenced by the banner, I am a lesbian. I... don't really know what else to say about that, admittedly. It IS definitely a big part of my life. I love being a lesbian. I just... don't really have the opportunity to engage with other lesbians very often. Hit me up if you're a lesbian and want to be friends, I guess? Yeah!

Something that is very prominent in my life is my special interest for biology, particularly animal evolution. I have a lot of interests, but none are as powerful to me as my love for animal science. My favorite animal groups are marine mammals, bugs, primates, and dinosaurs. I'm in school, trying to get a degree in marine biology. My weird life has made things difficult, but I'm still trying with all my might.

Other assorted things I'm interested in include: toys, zoos & zookeeping, raising pet bugs, art, horror movies (even "bad" ones), kaiju, nature documentaries, Digimon, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon, old ROBLOX, Club Penguin, Spore, Touhou Project, SpongeBob SquarePants, YTP's and YTPMV's, speculative biology, Splatoon, Dorohedoro, Odd Taxi, and object shows.

...That's only, like, 5% of it all. I love a lot of random things.

Thank you very much for reading.