I've always been comfortable with female pronouns and identifying as a girl (AFAB) but I've also never been bothered by the thought of being referred to as They/ Them. I had someone use those pronouns for me last week and it felt okay? But at the same time I don't feel like the term non-binary fits? It just doesn't jive with me.
I never really thought about my gender identity before, but over the past year I have been thinking about it much more often. Learning about Demi-girl and Cassgender made me really excited but I don't really know why? I don't know if it's because I'm learning something new, something really cool or if it's because it resonates with me.
Like I've never been "proud" to be a woman and sometimes wish I wasn't a woman (but that could just be bc of all the societal expectations so I don't really know) but I really love my name- which is very feminine. I've also never really cared about my pronouns too much. Accept being referred to as he/him, that absolutely does not fit!
I was a tomboy until highschool, I hate wearing dresses, skirts, or anything overtly feminine. But at the same time somedays I want to look more feminine? I usually change between semi-feminine and semi-masculine clothing, leaning more towards things like button-ups and sneakers (never heels lol) but sometimes I like wearing more feminine colours or styles?
I'm sorry this is so long, I'm really confused right now