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My name is Tamzin. (That's pronounced /'tæmzɪn/.) I take she/her or they/them pronouns.[1] I sometimes lean toward one or the other, but there's absolutely no way for anyone to ever guess which, so feel free to pick in as arbitrary a fashion as you'd like.[2] I am fine being referred to by either feminine or neuter gendered terms (e.g. woman or person; sister or sibling). If referring to me in a language that uses masculine/feminine grammatical gender, please use feminine. Thus, Wikipédienne, not Wikipédien.

I go through peaks and troughs of editing frequency. When I edit, I try to stick to quieter tasks, avoiding the busier parts of projectspace.

mi sona pona e toki pona.

  1. I am a nonbinary transfem.
  2. RIP the parser in my signature that put my pronouns in random order, which was too cool for Echo to handle.
Past usernames

This account's first 13,000 edits or so, over the course of eight years, were under two previous usernames. (You can look them up in the logs if you care.) I started this account when I was 16, and its earlier edits betray a lot of the impulsivity of youth. I consider my second rename (in October of 2020) to have been the softest of clean starts: no change of account, no attempt to hide my past, but a request that I be judged primarily by my edits as User:Tamzin. I refer to my past wiki-life from time to time when relevant, but generally do not take credit for anything I accomplished then, as it would be unfair to do so while simultaneously asking to be forgiven failings from the same timeframe.