So uhm. I'm AFAB. And I'm cool with that. I'm okay with my curves (except my chest. why does it have to be so big >.>) and I'm okay with being called a girl, daughter, sister, etc. i think. At least, that's what I've been okay with my whole life. I don't feel any connection towards masculinity or male gender identities, and if I HAD to be categorized into a binary gender, it'd be female.
However, lately I've been looking into non-binary and trying out how to identify with it (after months of searching cuz bruh gender confuses me), using they/them pronouns, terms like sibling, child, person, etc. And I'm okay with it, I think I just need to get used to it, but calling myself non-binary feels so wrong, because I feel like an impostor. Something I didn't feel when calling myself aroace.
When it comes to gender labels, I don't think I'm cis. I don't really feel that much of a connection with being a girl. But whatever label I try, no matter how specific or how broad of a term, it doesn't feel right. I feel like an impostor. Like I'm lying because I want to be 'special' or 'extra' or whatever.
WHY DOES GENDER HAVE TO BE SO CONFUSING DHSGKJRSDFBDS