So, I have been questioning my gender for the past time, and seeing as so many people had already asked around for help, guess I'd give it a try myself.
I am born female (I'm also asexual bi/panromantic, if that matters) and I'm completely comfortable with the pronouns she/her, I'm not sure about they/them because I've never really tried them, and I honestly feel kinda shy about asking people to refer to me like that. I feel uncomfortable by the pronouns he/him, so I know I'm not trans or anything like that. I have no problem with my irl name, which is female, (at least I think, it's really uncommon), and the name I use is Moon/Luna, which I'm comfortable with too (I mean, I did choose them).
But sometimes I don't really feel so attached to being a 'girl' I guess? Like, sometimes I feel feminine, I feel like putting on makeup and wear dresses and skirts, stuff like that. But most of the time, I don't feel so feminine. Recently I've wanted to bind my chest, and I'm not exactly a big fan of my thighs, but I'm sure as heck I'll don't want to get my chest operated or something like that (probably because I'm terrified of operations and needles). When it comes to clothing, I don't like tight clothing at all because of how it looks on my body, so I usually wear baggier clothes, but I'd prefer if my chest was smaller, and it took me years to find jeans I found comfortable. (I mean, why do they have to be so tight? And what's with the tiny pockets and low waist line?). I even joked about how 'male' jeans would be more comfortable, but since then I've been considering trying them on to see if they are more comfortable (and if they are, I am definitely filling my wardrobe with those). I like both short hair (it's more comfortable) and long hair (it lets me be more creative with hairstyles). I still haven't tried binding my chest, so I'd have to see how comfortable I feel like that, but yeah-
Then there's times where I feel more NB I guess? I have days where I think about identifying as NB and I like it, but other times where I feel like it's not exactly me, because I'm definitely okay with she/her pronouns. I feel like it fluctuates, sometimes I'm more towards NB and sometimes I'm more towards cis girl.
I currently identify as genderflux, specifically girlflux, which feels right, at least I think, but is there any other tag that describes me better, or am I just a really confused cis who watched too many LGTBQ+ videos?