Hello everyone! I was wondering if someone could try different pronouns for me? I want to see how if feels. Could you try anything that's not she/her?
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Hi!! I have a question about gender nihilism. I know it’s more of a socio-political movement but I was wondering if it can be applied as a personal gender identity? Like for me I don’t care about gender identity and I feel as though it shouldn’t matter what my gender is for people to treat me like a human being however this is just in relation to me and me too only as I’m not a fan of forcing the removal of gender in a grand scale just in relation to me if that makes sense?? Also, because of the ideals behind gender nihilism I am hesitant to identify as such for reasons stated above are there other gender labels that have the personal label of gender nihilism but not the socio-political forcefulness on others???
I currently identify as genderqueer, and i feel sort of ok with that? but whats bugging me is that i like to present as a soft sort of masculine (if you catch my drift) and id like a bit more of a specific label, as i never feel feminine but i don't really like identifying as enby or demiboy, or any label that relates to having a large *amount?* of masculinity. any help would be appreciated!
LGBT+ Gender Identity Community Construct | Abbreviated as LGBT+GICC, similar to LGBT+SCC, this is the primary community construct of the LGBT+ association and includes policies to prevent misinformation, misinterpretation, and strictly forbids ‘new’ gender identities being created without abiding by the true meaning of what makes a gender identity itself. Morongender is the satire sub-group of it. Members of the LGBT+SCC could belong to any gender identity as long as it follows the general and elaborated appropriate definition of the term ‘genders’.
Gender Dependent | A person who is gender dependent may be referred to gender apathetic, though they are no exactly similar; as a gender dependent person’s gender identity depends on what people refer to as. Do not confuse this with others refer to a person any pronouns, that is either pronoun apathetic or pronoun dependent. Again, note that the general four pronouns does/could refer to your representative gender identity.
Gender Independent | A person who is gender independent assigns a gender identity by themselves, without people referring whatever they want. A gender independent can be any gender, including non-binary, third gender, genderfluid, agender, etc, as long as they identify the gender identity by themselves. A gender independent person is most unlikely gender apathetic; a pronoun independent person choose their pronouns by their own, in contrary to pronoun apathetic and gender apathetic.
I have been questioning my gender for awhile now and I think I found a term that fits, but I'm not so sure
I guess I don't really known what I feel. I don't feel like a man but I dress in a stereotypical Masculine way, but I still look very feminine even though I don't dive into what society sees as feminine/female. I am in the process (very slow process) of changing my name, because my birth name causes me a lot of confusing negative emotions. As far as my body I don't experience any problems, so I wouldn't say I feel dysphoric, though I haven't been completely comfortable with my chest lately. I get angry and depressed cause idk if what I feel is real or not, or what it even means. I don't want to be someone I'm not or hurt anyone if this isn't real and I don't want to come out as anything when I'm not 100 per cent sure as what it is I am feeling
I have found Demiandrogyne and have wondered if that fits? It says a mix of female, male and a third gender, but can it be the feeling of being feminine/masculine instead of female and male? Or is that something different? Cause at this point idk if I feel much connection to my female identity anymore, but tbh, what does it even mean to feel male or female or Non-Binary? I genuinely don't know
What do you guys think? Any help would be greatly appreciated
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EDIT: I also forgot to mention that I identify as Lesbian/Ace, so this draws quite the confusion towards this as well, cause I feel VERY comfortable with the Lesbian label, so my feminine qualities aren't fully gone. I am so confused
I have almost no clue what my gender is. the only thing i know is that im not a man in any way. i think my gender feels feminine (but not girl) sometimes ??? and im fairly sure its neutral most of the time. but i also have no idea if thats true or not. and im not sure if its fluid or static or both (although writing this out it seems like its fluid). i feel like sometimes i do have a gender, but its not boy or girl. sometimes i do not have a gender. sometimes my gender is feminine. i have no idea what it is, so uh yeah please help if you can
Okay so! I've been feeling so confused for the longest time and I need someone else's input on this.
I like she/he pronouns. I love masculine compliments. I'm fine with being called a man, woman, etc. But the thing is: I never get gender dysphoria. I feel like a woman, but I also feel like there's more masculine elements to my gender. I don't care if I'm perceived as a man or woman.
I don't know if it's:
Or something else entirely. Please help!
I’m afab and use they/them pronouns and i’m still trying to figure out my gender identity.
I have always identified as a girl and i’ve been fine with it but lately i’ve been questioning if I really am a girl. I feel so much more comfortable with not being called a girl or being referred to with she/her. I first found the label girlflux and I thought it fit me pretty well but then I just started to identify as genderqueer because that was easier.
I feel like a girl and a boy at the same time and at the same time none of those. That’s how it is for me with most gender identities I read about. I’ll be like “that’s how i feel! but at the same time not” and then I just get stuck.
I also feel like my gender is fluid. And it’s also hard because I feel somewhat a connection to every gender identity I read about. Is that what pangender is?
I also felt a very strong connection to the label ambonec since I feel like both a girl and a boy and neither at the same time. But i also feel like a demiboy and demigirl so what does that make me?
When I think about my gender identity for a longer time I always get stuck and ask myself “what does it feel like to be a girl? what does it feel like a boy?” and i just can’t get anywhere so if any of you could help me with what label could fit me I would be very thankful.
Hello, my name is Solitaire, I currently identify as genderqueer but have been questioning if I might actually be xenogender after looking into it out of curiousity.
I kinda wanna ask for help cus so far I haven’t found anything which seems to fit and nothing feels right so I wanna try to explain how it feels and all that
Its kinda like, idk, Soup????? Like, there’s a lot in there and I don’t understand what half of it does but it makes sense for it to be soup
As for how it feels uh
Im not good at explaining in words so have these bad images I made on picsart (TW for eyes and stuff??)
I don’t really know for sure what it is but this is about as well as I can sum it up considering it’s 00:55 rn, if anyone has any ideas on what I could be or if creating my own gender would make sense please, please let me know I’m so confused :(
I was wondering if I could get some outside opinions.
The way I see myself: I was born male. While I don’t necessarily disagree with that, I feel that it’s just one element of *what* I am rather than a deciding factor in *who* I am.
My presentation is very fluid and, while I do occasionally go masculine, usually ranges from feminine to neutral.
I’ve had people tell me this puts me in the genderqueer category and others who say demiboy. I’m not sure which, if either, is more accurate.
Which term would you use if it was you in that situation?
*Sorry for any grammar or spelling mistakes, it's 2 AM and I'm tired
I'm needing some help here because I'm currently handling 5 gender identities(?) and I wanted to know what would be better for me or if I can be these things all at once?
Currently, these are either the ones I'm sure about and the others I'm questioning
Bold: Sure about this identity
Not Bold: Questioning/Unsure
I've experienced a lot and I feel like my identity is something I'm struggling with after a few months. I know some of these are umbrella terms but I just need to make sure if it's fine for me to be many things at once without something deemed "contradictory". I think that I can be all of these things but I just want validation.
Okay, so. I'm still uncertain on what my gender is, but I know that I fit under the genderqueer umbrella and that I want to be referred to by gender neutral pronouns. However, I'm really worried about telling my family as they may ask why but I won't have an answer because I still don't know my gender. Plus I've been referred to as she/her and a girl all my life, so they may have trouble changing - even if they try not to get it wrong. And as all of the rest of my family are cis and straight, I don't know how they'll react so I'm scared (even if they've never spoken against the lgbta+ community).
Does anyone have any suggestions on ways to do it? If so please tell me.
Hi everybody! I’m brand new to this, but I’ve seen a few people post about trans/enby playlists and music they like so I thought maybe this would be a good place to share my music! My names flora and I make some sort of indie alternative emo pop mellow rock stuff. I think I’m similar to artists like Rex Orange County, Willow Smith, Cavetown, Conan Gray, COIN. People like that :’) here’s the link to my latest single if you wanna check it out, ily 🥰
I'm leaning towards non-binary, but there is a lot of info and I'm really not sure which categories I fall into, if into any at all. I don't even necessarily need to know beyond non-binary. But it seems like there are categories beyond that which could apply.
Ok, so, I'm AFAB. For all of my life, up until a few hours ago, if you had asked, I would have told you I was a woman. But I was today years old when I found out that what my gender might be is not necessarily what society says I am/have to be, something infinitely bound to my sex. As a "woman", I never felt like I was doing it "right", that I was somehow missing the mark. Never been girly, frilly, prissy, and now I'm remembering as a kid that I hated dresses but I wore them because it was expected of me. As an adult, I came to appreciate dresses and skirts, but I just was never into/never felt like I could maintain that societal image of femininity. Not to say that's what a woman actually is. At this point, I'm not even sure anymore what man or woman means.
I know that I have been assuming this whole time that I am a woman, but my agreement to this was purely based on the idea that it was a non-negotiable fact. "You have a vagina, so you are a girl. When you grow up, you'll be a woman. Now you are a mother, so you are definitely a woman cause men can't be moms." I've never wanted to be a man, but I have felt/do feel very masculine at times, not as a desire but just as a condition that exists. And try as I might, I never really felt like I fit in as a "girl". I like makeup, but I can't be bothered with it. Never learned how to apply it, and while I feel at home not using it at all, I can't help but to feel like I'm failing an expectation to do a feminine, womanly thing. Me feeling like I don't fit in though, I realize, is based on my perception of a societal interpretation of what a woman is or should be. Are there definitions for man and woman in the genderqueer community that are different from mainstream society?
Can someone help me narrow this down? I know I'm not 'required' to choose anything, and I definitely can sit with non-binary if it suits me. I just want to know if anyone reading this agrees with the non-binary status based on what I've described above? If you think I fit elsewhere outside of non-binary? Or, if you agree with the non-binary, then do you think I fit into a category under the non-binary umbrella?