Hey there, it's Alexandria here. Just sitting down to jot down some thoughts and musings from the mind of a masculine lesbian teen. Life as a junior in high school can be pretty interesting, to say the least.

You know, being tall has its perks sometimes. I love looking down at people when they try to challenge me or make fun of my style. It's like I have this innate power just because of my height alone. And let's not forget about my tattoos - each one tells a story and represents a part of who I am.

High school drama is real, y'all. The girls whispering behind my back about how "weird" or "different" I am just fuel me even more to stay true to myself and keep pushing boundaries. Who cares if they don't understand? As long as I do me, that's all that matters.

I can't stand girl clothes - give me baggy jeans and oversized shirts any day over dresses or skirts! And heels? No thank you! Give me some trusty sneakers any day so I can move freely without worrying about tripping over myself.

Working out is my escape from all the chaos around me - hitting the gym helps clear my mind and refocus on what truly matters: self-love and acceptance. Because at the end of the day, no one else's opinion should dictate how we feel about ourselves.

Being Mexican adds another layer to who I am - proud of where I come from but also aware of the struggles that come with it in today's society. But hey, representation matters, right?

My dimples always seem to catch people off guard when they expect someone tough-looking like myself not have such soft features on their face.And speaking softly never really suited anyone anyways!

Sarcasm runs through every conversation for sure; why beat around bushes when you could simply tell things straight up?

And let’s talk piercings – nose ring,lip piercing,brow slit – check! Just something extra showing on outside what resides deep within.Hell yes!

So there you have it folks,the musings,daily ramblings,and inner workings,a peek inside life as Alexandria Lee Gonzalez,tall,fierce,muscular,and unapologetically queer.