So... Nice to meet you. I'm doing this introduction simply because writing it down will be such a relief.
Right, so. I'm nomifluid and my names flow with my gender. I flow between Maia and Mackenzie (or Mack for short).
I'm bi-genderfluid and flow between female and neutrois.
Like with my names, my pronouns are also fluid and flow with my gender (when referring to myself I simply use the term multipronominal). When I'm Maia and female I use the neopronouns xe/xem/xyr and when I'm Mack and neutrois I use they/them/their.
(Today I learnt that my mind enjoys to flow a tad too much.)
This has been nice to actually wright down. So, yeah. Hi.
Okay, so. I planned on coming out soon to my family about being bi-genderfluid, nomifluid and multipronominal. But I ended up talking to my parents about gender today and somethings were said that made me uncomfortable.
Like, they didn't say anything actually against genders that aren't cis, they just didn't understand it. Plus one of them said that they didn't know how we as people would be aware of what a gender presence was as we've always just been ourselves, and this made me feel really bad as someone whose gender presence changes. It was also stated that they didn't understand why some people may be uncomfortable being called certain things (like certain pronouns or words such as "girl" that relate to a certain gender) and this made me feel really uncomfortable.
Now I really don't know what to do, because I always thought that would be super excepting but now I'm not so sure.
If anyone has any advice I would really appreciate it, as I'm currently really scared.
(Btw I also posted this on the LGBTA Wiki as I really some help.)
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.