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How to Know If You’re Non-Binary

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People often have “gender reveal” parties for their babies. You’ll see balloons in grocery stores that say, “It’s a boy!” or “It’s a girl!”

But what if it’s neither? Or both? 

Most parents don’t consider their children being anything other than a boy or a girl, so you, the gender questioning individual, must figure that out for yourself.

In such a gendered society, it’s tough to figure out if you’re non-binary or transgender. But after this article, you’ll have a little more insight on how to know if you’re non-binary, not transgender.

(Conversely, if you think you might be transgender click here)

Let’s begin with some definitions, shall we? 

What does it mean to be non-binary?

Let’s start with the word “non-binary” itself. A non-binary individual is someone who identifies outside of a binary.

A binary is a categorization with only two options. Salt and pepper are a binary. Black and white are a binary. Man and woman, too, are a binary.

But there are more spices than just salt or pepper. There’s an infinite shade of gray between black and white. And, you guessed it, there are more ways to express yourself than just “man” or “woman.”

So a non-binary individual is simply someone who does not consider themself a man or a woman. They can feel most comfortable in between the two, switch from a man to woman and vice versa, or identify in multiple different ways.

At the end of the day, though, a non-binary individual does not feel solely like a man or solely like a woman, as cisgender people do. 

Now to clear up some points of confusion that may result from these definitions:

A non-binary individual is not to be confused with an intersex individual. An intersex individual is someone who was born with various male or female sex characteristics. For example, someone can have a vagina and a Y chromosome.  

Intersex people are biologically between male and female. However, a person’s body parts or sex characteristics does not always dictate how this person will identify. So if you’re intersex, you can still identify as a man or a woman. Or neither.

Because it’s not the body that dictates gender identity, but simply how a person feels within their body. 

And if you’re reading this, you’re probably feeling some type of way about the body you were born into. Let’s dig into that a little deeper. 


Non-binary means not-cis.

What is being cis?

Cis is shorthand for cisgender, or someone whose biological sexual characteristics matches up with the traditional gender identity for that body.

  • So when you see someone with boobs, wide hips, no Adam’s apple, long hair, etc, you’d think that person is woman.
  • And when you see someone with broad shoulders, short hair, muscles, body hair, etc, you’d think that person is man.

But you can have those biological characteristics and not be a man, because, again, a body does not dictate gender identity.

How we express ourselves can be in different ways in the gender spectrum. Short hair and painted fingernails can no longer be assigned to just one gender or the other. Both genders are taking it up, or no gender at all.

So with that let’s talk about practical ways you can know if you’re non-binary:

  • You don’t feel comfortable on either gender binary. You don’t want to be seen as a man, you don’t want to be seen as woman. You don’t like she/her or he/him pronouns. All in all, you feel someplace in the middle of male and female.
  • You feel as if you have to be reminded that you’re a man or woman.
  • You feel weird when someone calls you he/him or she/her. Something about they/them pronouns honor you, or you feel the best knowing that you’re not being seen as a male or female.
  • You’ve changed your appearance to be more androgynous. 

Things you’re already doing that might indicate you’re non-binary:

  • Shortening or changing your name so that it’s gender neutral.
  • Using “They/them” when describing the gender of people you don’t know. This might be because you wish someone called you by those neutral pronouns.
  • Wishing there were more gender-neutral bathrooms in this world.
  • Wishing parts of your body were different (less pronounced, fuller — especially in an androgynous way).
  • Wearing baggy, ill-fitting clothing that hides your body and secondary sex characteristics (breasts, hips, thighs, neck, etc).
  • Speaking less because of voice dysphoria. (I get misgendered the SECOND I open my mouth.)
  • Eating less. It’s sad to say, but some causes of eating disorders is latent gender dysphoria. Transgender and genderqueer individuals are about 5 times more likely to develop eating disorders than cisgender LGBTQ or heterosexual individuals.
  • Wishing you had a different name or pronouns.
  • Wanting the masculinization/feminization of hormone treatment. While you don’t have to completely masculinize/feminize yourself, some people do hormone treats to make their body more androgynous. 

Things to help figure out if you’re non-binary:

    • Change your hairstyle. Cut it, grow it, shave it, dye it.
    • Experiment with makeup. Or don’t. Buy some eyeliner and lipstick. Throw the ones you do have away. Or, hey, if you want to, give yourself a beard with some mascara. Whatever works!
    • Try on different clothing. Raid a sibling’s closet, a parent’s wardrobe, or try stuff on at goodwill. Do you like what you see?
  • Ask people to call you different pronouns or names. Sometimes that’s all you need to reaffirm your gender. If you’re not in a place where you can ask people that, websites like Pronoun Changing Room can help you out.
    • Specifically, start asking people to use “they/them” pronouns with you.

The absolute best way to figure out if you’re non-binary: navigate your euphoria and dysphoria. 

  • Euphoria is when something feels good. Dysphoria is when something feels bad (especially in relation to your gender).
  • Try to notice each time you feel good when gendered one way and feel bad gendered another way.
  • If you find non-gendered traits make you feel better than gendered traits, you’re most likely non-binary.
    • For example: You don’t like being called “sir/ma’am,” (or maybe neither elicits a response from you). You do feel good, though, when someone uses they/them pronouns with you. You feel uncomfortable in male or female bathrooms but are always relieved to find a gender-neutral bathroom.
  • Give yourself some time. It’s hard to understand euphoria and dysphoria in the moment (as other environmental/contextual factors can influence those feelings in the moment), but looking back and perhaps writing down a few key experiences may give insight to your gender identity.

A lot of this sounds like how to know if you’re trans (as a lot of these behaviors are also found on the transgender article).

At the end of the day, a lot of the same feelings of dysphoria for transgender and non-binary individuals stem from the same body issues. A lot of people who think they’re trans eventually realize that they’re non-binary and vice versa.

But I’d say the biggest indication that you’re non-binary rather than trans is that you don’t want to be seen as either male/female or man/woman. Your pronouns and gender presentation may reflect that. Or they might not.

Thing To Remember: 

  • You can feel non-binary and look like a traditional man or woman.
  • You don’t have to use they/them pronouns to be non-binary. You can use any pronoun you want.
  • Pretty much, the only criterion to being non-binary is feeling like you’re not a man or woman. (E.g., “I’m not a man or woman, I’m a human” or “I’m just me.”)

At the end of the day, you decide how you feel. But hearing other people’s stories helps validate things you’re feeling or help you realize that you’ve been feeling some type of way this whole time.

Below are some insightful YouTube videos I found. 

“How I Knew I Was Non-Binary” Personal Stories

I really like Charlie’s video describing what it feels like to be non-binary.

    • “I don’t go walking around thinking about how gosh darn neutral I am. It’s…a thing I get reminded of. When I see something for men or women it reminds me I’m neither of those.”
  • I think Charlie hits the nail. You can be androgynous and feel an affinity to male or female. But if you feel like neither you’re probably non-binary.

Jeff Miller’s video being transmasculine: being assigned female at birth but identifying more with masculine presentation and things, while not feeling like a “man.” As he says, gendered language like “man,” “dude,” “bro” makes them uncomfortable.

A video compilation by Ryan Cassata which includes a buuuunch of non-binary individuals saying what it is that makes them non-binary. Most of the responses describe feeling neutral to gender or simply not feeling male or female.

A popular non-binary bean, Ashley Wylde, describes how it feels to be non-binary. They say that being non-binary feels like having blonde hair or brown eyes. Their gender, or lack of gender, feels pretty normal.

(Please check out more great content from these YouTubers on their channels! Give ’em all the love and views they deserve).

In conclusion…

You can resonate with someone else’s coming out story or you can totally feel like your experience is unique. That’s okay.

You don’t have to rush to any conclusions. Just take your time, read up on other coming out stories and experiment with your gender until you find something you’re the most comfortable with.

Hope this helped!

I love you. So much.

– MK


  1. Alex

    This helped me so, so much. Thank you. <3

    • Andy

      Thank you for the clarification!
      But, I have a question. What if you just want to wear more androgynous clothes because the ones that would make you feel more comfortable, but you can’t tell if you’re non binary?
      Sorry it’s just confusing because no one really walked me through this.

      • E

        clothes dont have a gender, so if you are female and want to wear shirts, for example, or if youre a guy and want to wear unisex t shirts or whatever, you can. it doesnt mean youre non binary, but its possible youre transvestite if you like wearing clothes typically assigned to the opposite sex. this was my dilemma too, but even before i felt non binary i still liked wearing shirts and belts and having short hair, though i’m biologically female. whatever you feel comfortable in, go for it. hope this helps x

      • a.simple.bean

        you can wear any clothes you want! clothes dont have a gender 🙂

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  3. Raven

    Is it possible to be both girl and non-binary? Because for a while I addressed myself as demigirl but now I’m think I’m more of non binary but I also feel like a girl. I like her/she and they/them so is that possible?

    (I’m thinking it is, I just wanted to ask)

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      Absolutely! You can absolutely go by both pronouns. For a while I felt comfortable going by she/her and they/them, but then I realized I didn’t like being gendered female so I exclusively use ‘them.’ I know people who use any pronouns (she/they/him). There are no rules! If the pronouns feel comfortable to you, use them! If not, shop around and see what works.

      Thanks for stopping by the website and leaving a comment! I really appreciate it! 😀

    • ReesesPuff

      Yes it is. And there’s a term for this: transfeminine 🙂

    • Hev

      Hi Raven, I can appreciate that. Sometimes you can overthink it so much and when it appears like this it can be such a relief!
      In my world I love being a girl or being seen as a guy… but identify with neither so I just am and when I feel like one or the other I can play it up. Be you no matter who x

    • Gabi

      Yeah me too,plz can someone explain it?

    • Melody

      I’ve been thinking that for a while, too. I believe the only thing that matters is what feels comfortable for you. I can completely relate to you because I feel as if I’m a girl, but I also feel comfortable with they/them pronouns. But whatever you think is right, go ahead and stay that way because it identifies as you. ☺️

    • Dani

      Nonbinary is an umbrella term and demigirl is under it. so yes but no

    • Izzy

      I feel the same way Raven

    • Luno

      So what would I be if I’m afab and feel more like a woman, but I use male pronouns, prefer a masculine appearance, and a male name? It’s like being a female man, but not trans nor fluid. Is that non binary? Lol

    • Dove

      You can be Demi-Nonbinary or you could be Demiflux. You could just use They/She pronouns and still be nonbinary.

  4. Chris

    I really love this article, it helped a lot. But how would I express myself as non-binary without people thinking I’m some “whiny entitled snowflake millennial wanting attention”

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      I might write an article about this very same topic. I’ve struggled with the same feeling. I want to bask in the open-mindedness of this generation’s attitude toward gender, but gender non-conformity comes with social baggage. Why is being non-binary so “uncool?” Why is it “snowflakey?” (What does it really mean to be a “snowflake” anyway? I want to analyze that too!)

      I think it just comes down to how you express your non-binariness. If you adopt traits similar to the “whiny entitled snowflake millennial” image you have in your head, then other people will too. If you go about it chill and self-assured, people with think it’s a part of you’re character and not what defines you. Consider the relation to veganism (I love vegans, but you know what I’m talking about, haha). You’ve probably met a vegan who’s in your face and wanting to educate you about why you should think/eat the way they do. You probably met another vegan who’s super chill and doesn’t care what you do, they’re just doing what they think is best for them. One is more socially acceptable and less “snowflakey” than the other.

      I hope that helps. If you want practical advice on what to dress and what to say, I’d say just do what feels natural to you and stop worrying about what other people think (I know that’s hard, but self-esteem is a muscle). Take care, and let me know if you have anymore questions!

  5. Gabe

    I’m pretty young and struggling with gender identity in a place where everything is so close minded. Reading this made me feel at home i still like she/her pronouns because thats what I’m used to but i dont feel like a girl, or a guy for that matter. Thanks for the article, it was comforting.

    • K

      You may like using she/they pronounces maybe. I think its called demigirl but im not sure.. which falls under the NB category. 🙂 Do whatever you’re comfortable with.

  6. Alec

    I was wondering how would I come out to my parents they completely support me in a lot of things! But I’m fairly sure my parents would laugh and say “you’re not non-binary!” Cause they refer to me as a girl so just wondering

    Thank you!

    • Comment by post author


      I’d say just tell your parents you’re non-binary! If they support you in a lot of things then they’ll probably support your gender identity too! It will probably take them time to truly understand and accept your identity, though. Our parents grew up with a different idea of gender (sex=gender) so they’ll have to take time to learn about gender nuance. But if your parents are open and supportive, they’ll probably be open to such learning from you, especially if you have first-hand experience you can impart on them. Open conversation is key to familial support, and the sooner you come out, the sooner you can have those conversations and fully understand each other.
      Thanks for commenting, and I hope all goes well with your parents!

      • (Alyssa) Huebner

        I never liked my first name and it’s not because it was female, I just really hated it. It’s a simple name that nobody seems to be able to pronounce and from a distance sounds like a bunch of similar names and I used to wish it was a different female name in primary/junior high.

        I had several nicknames in high school that I used, some male some female and some fansonas I developed of each for self insert fics.

        College was weird; wasn’t much into parties but I hit a few. Hooked up some, but didn’t really date. I actually don’t think I’ve ever really dated.

        Lately I’ve been extremely uncomfortable with female pronouns. I prefer to known by my last name, given up on first names entirely and it’s really annoying when my coworkers call me by my first name, especially because it’s a very last name kind of environment.

        I don’t like any pronouns. If someone genuinely doesn’t know and accidentally calls me sir, that’s fine; I Am an officer and sir is respect if it’s meant respectfully, but not nastily or sarcastically. Captain is fine for now too.

        But I absolutely can’t stand Miss, Mrs, Ma’am, lady, shorty (I’m quite short to begin with, this is just straight up insult to me), and definitely not girl. I menstruate, I am quite clearly no longer a girl. Daughter and Mami are ok tho.

        I’m tired of my mum asking me why I didn’t ask the hairdresser to make my hair look more like a girl. Tired of her saying if I don’t look like a woman I’ll never find a husband. Clearly she’s forgotten all the times guys hit on me. Flirting guys are creepy guys.

        I refer to all other people as guys, which I consider gender neutral, and call everybody dude or bro if I use anything at all. Sometimes I’ll just call out Yo. For me, they haven’t invented an acceptable gender neutral set of pronouns.

        I feel really uncomfortable when forced to choose between male or female on forms or surveys because I don’t want to be either. (If there’s a write in option, I put human.) I want to dress how I want, when I want, where I want without having to answer a bunch of dumb questions about it. Is there a category for people who just wanna be, and not be harangued about it?

        • Sam

          It sounds to me as if you can find yourself somewhere in the non-binary category, but far more important, you can be what you are and who you are and start making a difference in your everydays life according to how your surroundings make you feel uncomfortable about pronouns or other things with starting to tell them how you feel. I am sure you can find your very own path, keep going. (:

    • Hev

      Hey Alec… I got told that today is national coming out day earlier & giggled…

      Please be brave if you do want to tell them as these are your parents & they should respect who you are! (They gave you life & should just appreciate you for being who makes you comfortable)..

      If they don’t get it though don’t blame them (pretend you’re adopted?)😹😹

      • Mary-Kristin

        As someone who’s assigned female at birth, I’ve always really hated my name; it sounds almost pretentious and hyper feminine (just my take on it lol). I can recall really not liking clothing such as dresses, skirts, bows, heels, flats, etc. as well as not liking being called miss “last name” when I was growing up. I’ve met many people and have friends who are non-binary, and almost related with them, but for some reason I was afraid of doing so. So after reading this, this confirms most of my suspicions that I am indeed somewhere on the non-binary spectrum (yay!).

        P.S. me and OP have the same nickname! “MK” lolllll I like it bc it’s pretty casual and not super feminine.

  7. James

    Because I am so short and have a higher pitched voice for a male I often get misgendered as a female, despite my facial hair. I find myself uncomfortable being called miss or ma’am. But at the same time I feel I don’t fit what is expected to be a male. I’m naturally androgynous and I sometimes indulge my feminine side a bit but feel more masculine usually. Does this make me non-binary? Because even though I feel more comfortable with masculine pronouns, I don’t feel like I I’m completely male. Hell I’ve even confused straight guys with my androgynous look and behavior. Also my political leanings tends to conflict with the concept of non-binary so I’m not sure what to do.

    • Comment by post author


      Being non-binary isn’t necessarily how you look, more how you feel. Since you don’t feel completely male and aren’t comfortable being called miss or ma’am, you sound pretty non-binary to me, but you’re the ultimate judge of that. I’m trying to make content that can appeal to anyone of all political leanings, since I don’t think gender (eg, how you feel within your body and to the world) should be a political matter. Thanks for commenting, James, and I hope this helps you!

      • James

        Thanks! Yeah I have been doing more reading and self reflection. I do believe I feel non-binary. And I agree it shouldn’t be a political thing.

  8. Eva

    Thank you so so much for writing this article. I’ve always felt weird when people call me “she”, but I thought, well, it’s probably a phase. But now that I think about it, I may be non-binary. When I go into a women’s restroom, I get anxious and I leave as quickly as possible. I dress more like a man, but with a feminine touch. Some people assume I’m transgender. This article let me think more about how I feel about my body. One thing I’m confused about is that sometimes I enjoy wearing more feminine clothing and sometimes I dress more masculine the next day. It’s like switching genders every day! I’m kind of afraid to tell people how I feel because I live in a Christian household/community.

    • Comment by post author


      I’m happy this article resonated with you. Trust me, I know how confusing it is to live in a body that feels weird to inhabit, but I’m happy you’re figuring yourself out. I wish you luck exploring your identity further and navigating your household/community. Thanks for commenting!

  9. Ria

    I’ve been pretty sure I’m non-binary even before reading this article but now I’m 100% certain. I’ve always been okay with being called female but feel uncomfortable presenting myself in a feminine way (dresses, make up etc) which I always just ascribed to being tomboyish (big “I’m not like other girls”-phase in my teenage years). My dream for a while has been to appear androgynous enough to make people wonder whether I’m male or female and being fine with whatever it is they decide on and I’d still love to achieve that. I’d probably be most comfortable with gender neutral pronouns but sadly such a thing doesn’t exist in my language. Thanks for helping me be sure about my identity though

  10. Marya

    Thank you so so so so much. This helped me so much and I feel like a lot of things have an explanation right now. Thank you

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  13. Maya

    I’m bisexual but I also feel like I might be non binary and I think people are going to think I’m just trying to be special by being bi and non binary what should I do (I’m out as bi to some people at school and my parents but I haven’t expressed my feelings about my gender expression.) Also any gender neutral names? I’m trying some out but I can’t seem to find ones I like. (I find I like Peyton, Shay and Riley.)

    • Comment by post author


      Hello Maya, I totally get that. It’s hard to go against the negative expectations of what people will think of you. However, just know that thoughts won’t actually hurt you and that people tend to adjust to new information, so if you tell people you’re non-binary (and be patient as you educate them, which you’ll probably have to), they’ll accept the new normal. It just takes time and patience! As for names, I personally like acronyms (hi hello my name is MK), as it’s a way to still retain your old name while not at the same time. Idk, you’ll eventually find something you like and won’t be able to let it go, which is a sign the name you found is the one for you! Good luck on your journey — MK 🙂

  14. ANON

    Hi i know im a lesbian but at one point was going to change from ftm but met my wife an she sead she would be with me if i did but i really want to i do love her but dont like my chest or body i dont alway dress as a girl i where male close more then female what do i do ANON

    • Comment by post author


      Hi anon, sorry to hear you’re upset with your body. I’ve experienced with gender dysphoria in the past, and I know how tough it can be. My advice to you is to do what makes you the most comfortable. Follow your euphoria and notice what makes you dysphoric. For example, I tend to shy away from tight shirts because they draw out my chest dysphoria, but I love wearing my binder because I like having a flat chest. Maybe you could experiment with binding and presenting differently as well. It’s great your wife will support you, so do what you think is best for you.

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  16. Lauren J

    Hey, I have recently questioning my gender and don’t really know where I fit in. Thank you for helping me through this article, it has definitely cleared things up for me. I’m still very young and I have been confused about my sexuality as well (came out as gay a while ago, think I might be pansexual), and I’m not sure whether I should wait it out a while until I decide on my gender as well? I find it kind of uncomfortable being called “she” or “her”, mainly when I’m being addressed by a stranger or adult (e.g. “What a lovely young girl!”) but I don’t 100% prefer being addressed as a male. Any pointers?

    • Comment by post author


      Hey there! I know it’s tough to figure yourself out at a young age, but the best advice I can think of is to give yourself time when it comes to sexuality and gender. As for pointers, all I can say is maybe you’re someone on the non-binary spectrum since you don’t like being addressed as either male or female. The rest is up to you to explore and decide! Thanks for commenting, and I hope you have a pleasant journey in understanding yourself!

      • Lauren J

        Hey, thanks for the advice, I really appreciate it! I think I’m going to just let my gender and sexuality figure itself out over time instead of rushing to conclusions. Love you!

  17. Jess

    I hate people calling me a ‘woman’ or a ‘young lady’. I love not having a gender-I love dresses and i also really, really, really love having short hair. I don’t like it when people literally call me ‘she’; and I’ve always liked the idea of being a male and female; i’d be able to wear whatever the hell I want and nobody could tell me that it’s “wrong” or that “It’s not womanly”. I just like being gender less, this actually helped me identify myself. Thanks!

  18. Moon

    That made me cry a lot.
    Idk why, but that was revealing…
    I felt like I was genderfluid for a couple months, but then I realized that I didn’t like those pronouns.
    My boyfriend used to refer to me like “x” (because we’re brazilian, so them/they is not neutral), and that felt great.
    When I saw this, was really good. Thank you so much.

  19. El

    Thanks for posting. I’ve been questioning my gender a lot lately. I was raised female but the more I think about gender the less sure I am about my gender. I like it when people don’t gender me and I like they/them pronouns…but I honestly don’t know if that’s because of the misogyny in the world around me and the sexism I’ve experienced “being female” or if it’s because I’m not actually female. It’s so confusing.

    • Comment by post author


      Yes, I think lots of people born female experience this. Internalized misogyny is tough, but I suppose with enough self-reflection and maturity we can see where the truth comes in. I wish you luck on your journey of self-discovery!

  20. Zac

    I don’t feel like I’m male (my gender), or female, or non-binary. I dislike being called male pronouns but I don’t want to be called female pronouns (I would never feel comfortable). I am getting annoyed by not knowing what I feel like I should identify as. My actual gender is something that I can’t ignore or feel like it’s insignificant. Can you please help. (Another quick question; are there cisgender people who prefer they/them pronouns?)

    • Comment by post author


      Hi Zac, I’m sorry you’re so confused with your gender — I’ll try to help as much as I can. If you don’t feel like you’re anything, you’re probably agender, or in some other way feel genderless. To paraphrase Vi Hart, maybe you just don’t identify as anything, and that’s fine. You’re a human, and the rest is drag (to paraphrase Ru Paul!). As for cisgender people using they/them pronouns, that’s very interesting! I’ve never come across or heard of that happening, but I can’t see why not. If gender expression isn’t an indicator of gender identity (eg, Jonathan Van Ness dressing femininely/adrogynously but identifying as man/male), I don’t see why gendered language would indicate gender identity either. I mean, pronouns certainly strongly point to the gender you identify as, but they might not always be the case, as with gender expression. I hope this helps!

  21. Zac

    Hello, I am a boy and I don’t know if I’m non-binary. I don’t like being a boy and don’t feel comfortable as one. I don’t feel like a girl at all, so I know I’m not trans. I don’t necessarily feel like I’m non-binary though. My gender is something that I can’t ignore/look past. I like the idea of being non-binary and the article made me feel good, but I still don’t know what gender I feel. Can I please have help. Follow up question; can you identify as male but still prefer they/them pronouns.

    • Comment by post author


      Hey Zac! No worries — you’re taking the necessary steps to figure yourself out, which is totally fine. Hmm, from what you have told me, in that you don’t like being either a boy or girl, you might be agender and simply not identify at all (check out the “how to know if you’re agender” article to see if that resonates with you.) Perhaps you don’t know what gender you feel because you don’t have a gender at all. Also, I think it’s perfectly fine to identify as male and use they/them pronouns if that’s what makes you the most comfortable! Hope this helps, and thanks for reaching out — MK

  22. Zac

    Sorry, I didn’t think my last comment went through so I remade it.

  23. Zac

    Also, thank you. You’re reply helped.

  24. Zoe

    I understand what this article means, but sometimes I want to shop until I drop dead and wear make up and dresses, then sometimes I want to go out in basketball shorts and a tank top.
    I don’t particularly have a preferred pronoun.
    There’s more, but I’m just asking since I’m kind questioning myself (and my gender) ^-^\

    • Comment by post author


      Hey Zoe! I think it’s fine to like both traditionally feminine or masculine items, behaviors, or expressions. Those don’t necessarily define your gender. Gender is more what you intrinsically feel in yourself, which then manifests through your behavior, expression, or the items you use. Feel out your intuition and go from there! You’re not defined by anything else. Hope this helps — MK

  25. I’m not that much of a internet reader to be honest but your blogs
    really nice, keep it up! I’ll go ahead and bookmark your website to come back later
    on. Cheers

  26. Sigfrid

    This was a great article, thank you <3

  27. Sam

    I’ve known I’m nb for a while, but I’ve always had to say to myself “No, you’re female. You can’t be anything else”. But the more I say it, the worse I feel, because my family is extremely transphobic and I can’t come out to them. They are always trying to get me to be more feminine, but I hate wearing t-shirts and bras that make me look bigger than I already am. I wear sports bras to somewhat bind, but I really want a binder, and I know for a fact as long as I live with my family, I can’t get one.

    • Comment by post author


      I’m sorry your family is transphobic like that. I know some people wear two sports bras for a makeshift binder — maybe that’s something you could do. I hope you can get your hands on a binder soon and feel the most comfortable you can! It sucks when you’re young and you don’t have a lot of options but time and growth works wonders. Good luck!

  28. Cyan

    I was born female but I prefer they or he pronouns despite being fine with my sort of curvy figure. Would I still identify as Non binary?

    • Comment by post author


      Sure. There’s no one way to be non-binary — but an infinite amount of ways to be comfortable in your skin. If different pronouns do that for you then go for it!

  29. Jesse

    i’m FtM and i sometimes feel like i’m neither male or female, which confuses me. i mean most of the time yeah, i’m a guy, but this feeling needs to have a reason behind it, right? idk what’s going on-

  30. Vi

    Hello! I think I might be non binary, but I’m not sure. I feel like I have to identify as female because that’s how I was raised and conditioned to think, but that feels very limiting and not very comfy. At the same time, I definitely don’t feel male. Also, I prefer they/them pronouns but don’t really know how to talk to my friends or family about using those for me instead of she/her. Do you have any advise?

    • Jordyn

      I don’t know how strange this is, but I feel almost exactly the same way! Good luck with your family!!!!!!!!

  31. Kymbrie

    This actually helped me. Now I know that I am non binary 😊 thank you so much

  32. Jordyn

    Thank you! This article has really helped me.

  33. Jordyn

    Thank you! This article was really helpful. I think I am not binary, and I think I have been for a while. I want to come out to my family soon. Any advice?

  34. Celeste

    HI, I loved your article. I’m 13 years old, female, and bisexual. I was closeted for 3 years before I came out as bi in 6th grade. I’ve wanted ‘boy’ hair for a year and a half. I feel like I’m not fully female, but I’m not male either. My clothing is different every day, meaning that sometimes I wear baggy clothing, and sometimes I’ll wear tight clothes or shirts and dresses. I have large breasts and curves for my age, and I like them. I’ve been thinking about asking people to call me Cameron, but I’m not sure. I’m just very confused right now and need some help figuring everything out. I don’t want to talk to my parents about this, even though I know they’ll accept me.

  35. K

    So uh……I guess I have to say thanks????? I’ve always felt something weird with certian parts of my body, tight clothing and hearing my own voice and I’ve never really considered that what I was feeling could possibly be dysphoria because I knew for a fact I wasn’t transgender. I had considered being non binary before but hadn’t considered the possibility that I actually was (and could feel) dysphoria. The reason I ended Googleing for something like this in the first place was because a while ago I was at a party where a friend referred to me as “they” and it made me really really happy for some reason and even though it’s been about a week since then I can’t get that moment out of my head. I guess you could say that this article was the final nail in the coffin for me. Anyways this was a super rambling comment but uh…again thanks!

    • Comment by post author


      From MK to K, thank you for your comment! I’m happy you’re discovering yourself and that you feel happy with the pronoun they. After trudging through life feeling uncomfortable and disjointed, it’s nice to come home to a word that honors you. Good luck with everything!

  36. Zoë

    Lately I’ve been really trying to discover who I am. Not too long ago I started identifying as pansexual. It felt right until I realized that I didn’t even like having that label, I just like humans why do I have to have a sexuality? For a while I’ve been wondering if I’m not just female. I identify with my gender but I’m also not 100% comfortable with it. I feel like I may be non binary but what if I’m wrong? Just like I feel like I’m already wrong about my sexuality. Some days I feel completely normal as a female and other days I feel like certain parts of my body are foreign to me. One thing I’m certain of is that I’m not male, but the rest is really blurry. I know I’m still young and have a lot of time to figure things out but I feel awful not knowing who I am for certain. I feel exposed enough being openly pansexual at school, what would it be like to be openly non binary? At this point my parents still think I’m a straight girl and that’s it. They are major Christians who say they don’t hate the LGBTQ+ community, but they still disagree. If I’m too scared to tell them I like girls how am I supposed to tell them I don’t always feel 100% female? And my biggest fear is what if this is just a phase? Today I may feel weird about being female but tomorrow I might not. What if I’m just confused and I really am just female? I don’t expect anyone to have the answers to any of my questions I just really needed to get that out

    • Avery


  37. Ariana

    Hello! I have been questioning my gender openly to myself for a few months now. I don’t mind at all when people use female pronouns, and I look very feminine in face, body, hair, etc. But recently I have occasionally wished I could just be a guy. I’ve never really felt in the middle or anything, just kind of one or the other. This only started happening recently, at the same time as I’ve been getting much more involved in scouts BSA (which now accepts both girls and boys). Since this is a mostly male program and I go to multi-day events a lot, I was thinking my confusion might just be because I’m so used to being in a male dominated environment? But scouting has also helped build a lot of self confidence and acceptance, so I just don’t know what’s going on. Is it normal to feel like a woman and man at different times, but nothing in between? I don’t think I’ll change pronouns (I do not look like a guy), I just want to know.

    • RS

      Hello Ariana,
      I’m not the OP, and it’s been a long while since you posted, but you may want to check out “gender fluid.” It’s certainly a thing! I’ve seen gender fluid people online change their clothes and pronouns depending on how they are identifying that day. Some gender fluid people may use different pronoun combos, such as he/she, he/she/they, she/they, etc. I hope you are able to find more answers. Exploring gender identity can be quite the adventure.

      • Quin

        I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR THIS SIT E FOR SUCH A LONG TIME! And thank you so much for the reply. It’s been a year since I posted this, and I now identify as genderfluid, so congratulations you were absolutely correct :). I now use they/them, go by Quin, and am out to all my close friends. And it all started here, which is kinda amazing.

  38. Stevonnie

    Thank you so much! I had no idea this was something other people felt. Thank you, I can’t say it enough.

  39. X

    Hey! Trans/bisexual/non-binary/genderfluid/genderqueer/potato here. Loved your article. I know a lot of people that could really gain a thing or two from this article. My question is, how can I gain support from people that don’t think highly of the LGBTQ+ community. I have a major support group with my friends, but some members of my family typically turn their shoulder at this kind of stuff. Any advice? Thanks!

    • Comment by post author


      Hey X!
      Ah, a great question that I would probably have to write an article to explain. For quick advice: as sucky as it is to say, I’ve noticed that to get people on my side, you have to work from within their comfort zone and slowly expand it with little bits of education. So, this means presenting cis/hetero-normatively and opening up the conversation of trans and queer topics as much as the other person allows. Yes, respectability politics are the worst, but you have to have someone to allow you to be by their side, in their comfort zone, as you walk them out of it. Or, you could just succeed in your life and lead by example that queer/nb folks are just regular people doing their thang. Idk, there’s so much still to figure out, but I hope that helps! Let me know if you have more questions!

      • X

        Thank you so much for answering my question! I really appreciate it. I used this advice with my family and it turns out, they are able to accept people for who they are. They even love the new haircut I got to be able to feel more comfortable with myself. The funniest part of my transitions back and forth or in between is when my dog sees me. She just bounces around and plays with me like I’m a stranger. I always get a kick out of it. Anyway, thanks again, so much! I’d like to wish you a happy holiday if you celebrate anything, but especially just stay warm!
        Thanks Again,

  40. D

    Is it possible to identify with both the male and female genders simultaneously? I don’t feel I relate to they/them pronouns, but I feel I equally relate to male and female pronouns. I guess I don’t really feel like I’m in-between, but I’m both male and female. Does this make sense? I’m nearly 30 and always felt like this but have never know how to talk about it. Great article, thank you!

    • Comment by post author


      If identifying with male and female pronouns works for you, then yes it is definitely possible! I know people who are pronoun indifferent, so they don’t care/feel honored being called he/she/they, or they prefer he/she, or whatever other combination! Just be communicative to the people around as to what you prefer and, after an adjustment period, most people accommodate. At the end of the day, good people want to make you the most comfortable, so yes, do what makes you the most comfortable!

  41. Rather not say.

    Thank you so very much, you have no idea how much this has helped me. When I was reading this I actually stopped myself just to exhale. It’s extremely thoughtful that you attached some videos!
    I have unofficially come to terms with myself as non-binary as of last month, though have yet to make it known to anyone, (who knows how long that’s going to take). It is truly a comfort to know that this is a real thing, and something that others are going through too.
    Thank you thank you thank you.

  42. Connor

    So recently I have been questioning my gender identity (I am afab by the way) and I think I might be non binary, but I am not really sure. I have always presented myself in a “feminine” way but I have noticed that isn’t really the case anymore. I feel comfortable in baggy clothing (as I always say, the baggier the better) and I don’t really like tighter clothing. I feel good in “men’s” clothing and “women’s” clothing. I have been trying to come up with names other than the name given to me and so far I have Connor (first) Rowan (middle). I feel comfortable with she/her pronouns but I really want to experiment with they/them too. Is it possible to still be a woman and non binary? I know you talked about it in the article, but I don’t really understand.

  43. Em

    Hi. This is new for me, cause I don’t know how to feel. You see, I’m only fifteen and born as a girl. Sometimes I wish that I had no breast, or I imagine what my life would be if I was the opposite gender. I openly question my family, multiple times a week, what and how would our family be like if I were a boy. And because of this, I thought for a while that I was transgender, but after reading up on the topic of non-binary humans; I feel like this is where I belong. But I am scared to tell the people around me, can you please give me some advice?

  44. What’s my name?

    For most of my life I went by my middle name which (I think) is gender neutral name because I disliked my first name, and now that I started going by my first name in school and other places, it makes me feel off and have tried thinking what it would feel like as a male and not liking it but I haven’t been really happy as a female. I don’t know what I am, and have been okay my brother always calling me as an it as a joke but I still confused. This article has been helpful for though.

    • Mareike

      It sounds like you might be nonbinary to me. Maybe ask people to call you by your middle name (or a different name you feel comfortable with) and ask someone to use gender neutral pronouns for you

  45. zzzzzzzzz

    hi, lately ive been feeling non binary? but like saying she/her or feminine terms arent exactly uncomfy for me, i just feel like saying im non binary feels better than female. it feels more like me? and i was born female btw. am i just an attention-seeking bitch or just a tomboy or am i non binary

  46. Pep

    I think I’m non-binary, but I’ve thought that I’m gay for a while now (4-5 years), though recently (and not so recently, maybe 1 year ago, but I just figured I was just curious) I’ve been questioning if I’m male, when people use they/them pronouns fto refer to me it makes me feel good, and the weird feeling I get when people use he/him pronouns or my birth name (though mostly the pronouns) has increased recently. One question I have is: if I am non-binary, what would my sexuality be? (I’m only attracted to males)

  47. Alice

    I’m still conflicted about whether I can call myself non-binary. I’d say that as a kid, I used to like both “feminine” and “masculine” things and clothing, but since I didn’t have the notion of non-binary, I just accepted that I was a girl without any particular feelings about it.
    Growing up, my body started looking distinctly “feminine” (wide hips and a breast that isn’t enormous, but it’s noticeably there), and while I initially didn’t even notice the changes (I was probably 16 when I finally figured my hips were wider than the rest of my figure, and I actually had to be told by somebody else!), over time I adapted my way of dressing to fit my curves. This is both out of practical reasons (clothes with a straight silhouette won’t fit) and out of a desire to look “harmonious”.
    I don’t try to look more masculine because I feel like I wouldn’t be believable, but do often wish I could pull off more androgynous looks. I’ve never felt like I had a definite preference, a signature look or style.
    Basically, I don’t have any particular negative feeling about being seen as a girl, but I do think I would be happier in a genderless world and I have thought about this throughout my life.
    It might be worth noting that I’m also:
    1) pansexual, or so I assume: I’ve only had experiences with cis males (and not even a lot of them), but I now feel confident I don’t have a gender of preference romantically or sexually;
    2) autistic! which might influence my experience with gender, since it’s just one of the many societal constructs that don’t make much sense or difference to me.

  48. Chloe

    I’m not sure if I’m Non-Binary. I hate traditionally girly things, like dresses and makeup, and being referred to as a Young Woman makes me kinda uncomfortable. But I don’t hate my breasts (Like, that is the only part of my female body that I’m cool with). I used to wish I was a boy, but I can already tell that I won’t like that. I was mistaken for a boy the other day at work, and it felt good to not be called a girl, but I didn’t like being thought of as a boy. Does anyone else feel like this?

  49. Amanda

    Hi! So I’m in the weird stage of questioning my gender right now, and as of right now, I feel non-binary (using they/them pronouns make me feel good). But I’m curious, can I be non-binary but still like the femme aspects of myself? (i.e. my birth name, my feminine parts)

  50. Blanco

    is it possible that you are non-binary yet you are bisexual? and gender-fluid? pls help me with that, sometimes i really don’t understand but im sure thst im bisexual. i dont want to be seen as a man or a woman but i know that sexuality is fluid and it changes over time

  51. Blanco

    I can feel my feminine side sometimes but i usually feel more masculine and i am often misgendered. I feel comfortable when someone calls me by my nickname which i am using in all my social media accounts and i feel like i dont have any gender at all because i dont i identify myself as a male or as a female. i am just confused with gender fluid and non binary. pls enlighten me with these thank you

  52. Tyler

    Hi! I’m 12, Gay and questioning my gender identity. I am sick and tired of going onto websites and them saying
    ’12 is way too young you don’t have to decide yet’ well what if I want to?? This has been RESLLY REALLY bothering me lately and I’m a really impatient person. I have always loved the idea of confusing people and feel the ‘they/ them’ pronouns are awesome. However, I had a feeling like this a few months ago and after a few weeks it sorta subsided until now. Please help me, do you think I’m NB from what I’ve told you?? If I were NB I would identify with Agender because it’s the only one I’ve ever really connected with out of all of them. I have also looked at gender neutral names and one I really like is Tyler. This is the only website I have seen that I like because all the others are quizzes with questions like:
    ‘do you ever feel you are non-binary’ and I was like why else do you think I’m here, you moron. For some reason that really annoys me!! so please,
    help me. Do you think I’m agender??

  53. Tyler

    Hi! I am 12, gay and struggling with my gender identity. I am AFAB but am questioning that right now. I think I might be NB. I really love the idea of confusing people and I feel the they/them pronouns are awesome! I know I WANT to be NB, but I don’t know if that is like wishing you had blonde hair??!! This is really bothering me, and I’m not a patient person! I really care about what people think, so if some random person came up to me in the street, and said I was disgusting I would totally believe them. This makes me scared to be non-binary, because I’m afraid I will become unwell if people said these things to me a lot. If I were NB, I know I would be Agender, as that is the one I connect out of all the non-binary labels. I occasionally feel I am in the wrong body, that I was switched at birth. I don’t feel I can talk to anyone about it that I know, so you’re my last shot.
    I really need your help MK, from what I’ve told you, do you think I’m NB?
    thank you!!

  54. Tyler

    Oh sorry!! that posted twice…..

  55. Lizzy

    This post has been really helpful, and I’m really glad to have found it! I’m still very young and have found that I’m struggling with how I view myself. I’m ok with being seen as female at some points, and then at other points, I have found that I would rather not be seen as either gender. Is there a term for that? I want to talk to my parents about this, but in previous small attempts they have kind of brushed it off. They’ve been super supportive of my sexuality but this is something that I feel they just haven’t been able to see from my point of view. I’ve also found that I don’t like my name, not because its a bad name… It just feels *too* female to me. Ahould I ask some friends to try calling me a more unisex name? I want to talk about this with my parents as well, but this is the name they chose for me, so I feel like I’m betraying them in a way. Sorry for asking so many different questions. I hope your having a good day/Night!

  56. Alex

    This really helped solve my gender and name crisis! On to my sexuality next..

  57. Hi. Recently I’ve been questioning my gender alot. When people mistake for a girl it feels weird but when people say im a boy thats weird too. I just don’t know. I read this and it helped but i still don’t know

  58. RS

    Thank you for writing this! It’s led me to realize that I am non-binary.

    At first I balked at the term non-binary. I thought it was for people who were gender fluid, or that the term just didn’t fit me. Instead I was identifying as agender and transgender. But that didn’t really make sense in a way. I think non-binary probably fits better. The part where you said, I’m not male or female, I’m just me was exactly what I’ve said before! I don’t feel male or female, but I would really prefer I had been born in a male body. But I don’t really identify as “male,” and I like They/Them pronouns. It’s been a whole headache, and your writing really helped me nail it down better. Thank you!

  59. Adi

    Hey! This helped me out a lot, and i’m happy to have found this article. The Pronoun Changing room was awesome, and helped me get a better understanding of my gender. All of the YouTube videos at the bottom of the page were all amazing. Thank you for helping me!

  60. Avery

    I don’t feel like a girl or a boy I just exist. This article helped me a lot. Thank you.

  61. Mareike

    Thank you for writing this article!
    It didn’t clear things up completly but it helped! I am afab and didn’t ever actually think I was not cis. I had short questioning phases two times tho but always came to the conclusiom I was a girl. I have always seen nonbinary people as powerful though and wanted to be like them. The concept of gender seemed really annoying and useless to me, I believe it is a social construct. Now I have thought about shaving my hair off and the gender questioning came back. The idea of getting rid of gender and just being a person seems very cool to me and I would like to ask some friends to call me “they/them” as a test, I still feel comfortable with “she/her” and would probably keep my birth name. I also have never had gender dysphoria and have always been comfortable with wearing any clothes regardless of gender roles (mostly feminine atm). I don’t know how I feel about my gender yet and if I’ll find a label but do you think, I could be nonbinary?

  62. Jeff Miller

    Hi, MK! I’m honored to have been included in this resource list, so thank you! But I wanted to let you know my pronouns are he/him/his, not they/them.

  63. Mary-Kristin

    As someone who’s assigned female at birth, I’ve always really hated my name; it sounds almost pretentious and hyper feminine (just my take on it lol). I can recall really not liking clothing such as dresses, skirts, bows, heels, flats, etc. as well as not liking being called miss “last name” when I was growing up. I’ve met many people and have friends who are non-binary, and almost related with them, but for some reason I was afraid of doing so. So after reading this, this confirms most of my suspicions that I am indeed somewhere on the non-binary spectrum (yay!).

    P.S. me and OP have the same nickname! “MK” lolllll I like it bc it’s pretty casual and not super feminine.

  64. Mira/Max

    This helped me figure out that I’m non-binary!! Thank you so much!! 🙂

  65. Em

    can you still have long hair and be non binary? im new to all this stuff and im extremely confused. my parents have always wanted to make me “girly” and i never liked it. i still like having the girl parts but not the top half. i want to get a binder, but its only available online where i live, probably because of the pandemic. i like my long hair. im just extremely confused. someone help me out here?

  66. Axel

    So I like having really long hair and other fable features but then some days I don’t like having them features what is this called? Am I just cis or is there a name for this?? Sorry just curious

  67. saf

    thank you this really helped me lean more about the way i feel and how to figure out my gender.

  68. Izzy

    For me, I was born as a girl, but I identify as a non-binary person. If someone calls me she or he, I don’t honestly get affected too much. As long as people call me they most of the time, I’m good. Sadly I haven’t come out yet to my parents or the rest of my friends. I am still too scared to come out. Only a few friends know I identify like this… Until I decide to come out, I am still called she… This article helped me confirm that I am non-binary. I’m glad to know I have more people who are like me :>

  69. Lynn

    The person in the video looks exactly like me and I think that’s really what did it. Seeing a version of myself as non-binary just felt right

  70. Rose

    Thank you. As a 55-year-old “former woman” just now recognizing my lifelong “nonbinaryness,” I’m also now embracing it. Both are thanks to articles like yours.

  71. Dani

    I think this helped me somewhat. I’ve been struggling a bit with the idea of being nonbinary/GNC (I know they’re not necessarily the same thing but whatever). Mostly I think it’s to do with stereotypes in my head of the mold that I think I have to fit into if I really am NB, because of the few unifying traits of all the NB/GNC people I’ve know (again, I know those aren’t the same thing or interchangeable) and how I don’t really fit that mold. I’m sure I identify as neither totally male or female, it’s just the whole thing of actually translating that into presentation and stuff that’s an issue for me.

  72. Nico

    I’ve been questioning my gender more recently. I think I may be nonbinary, but I can’t shake the feeling that I’m just making it all up in my head. I also know that if I am, I can’t come out, or I would ruin my relationship with my best friend, and probably more people. I’ve considered myself a lesbian for a while, so do you think it’s possible that I just feel less like a girl because of heteronormativity? I just don’t know what to do, because I keep coming back to this idea of me being nonbinary, but I also keep think that there’s no way and I’m just a cis girl. I’m really lost here, so if you can possibly help me out some, that’d be great.

  73. Ann

    I feel kind of better now, if I’m being honest she/her never really sounded right tome but neither he/him, I actually started to being to think I might be non-binary but I didn’t really want to tell anyone like my friends or family cause I always just thought that I was just being and attention seeker and I guess I just let people refer to me as she/her even if it didn’t feel right, I mean do you ever get the feeling like you can’t speak you mind cause you just think nobody will care or will actually try to understand, if so hen that’s the situation I felt like I was in. I’ve only told one of person I non-binary and they were really supportive, it now feels like there is a load off my shoulder, to anyone who feels like nobody care, just try to bring yourself to tell someone who is always there for you and if you don’t want to do that then write it down it will make you feel less alone and as if a massive load has just lifted 😀

  74. killian

    i happen to be asking myself if I was comfortable with who I am for about 2 years now i am now 14 today and this article helped me out so much! I give you so much thanks for helping me find who I was! (sorry I know im late on commenting)

  75. Robert

    This helped quite a bit. But I still can’t tell if the things I do are because of other factors and not because I’m non-binary. Never the less, thanks for the insight!

  76. Roan

    Non-binary means the opposite of binary, not ‘not-cis.’
    Non-binary people aren’t cisgender, true, but I believe by saying this makes it sound that ‘all people who aren’t cisgender are non-binary’ which simply isn’t true. Transgender folks can certainly be binary and binary transgender folks are certainly not cisgender.

    You don’t have to identify as transgender to be non-binary just as you don’t have to identify as non-binary to be transgender. Other than that, great article.

  77. ashley

    just wondering but can yo be non binary and demiboy?

  78. Emma

    How is it possible for anyone to NOT be non-binary by these standards? No cis person “feels” their gender, they simply accept their body the way it is.

  79. cole

    TwT wen you realize you might have another lgbtq+ thing to add to the list and you still havent cum out to my dad on the other stuff

  80. Peril

    Thanks! I really am agender after all! But it’s too bad nobody uses my preferd name or pronouns.

  81. Peril

    But I am only sexualy attracted to girls, but Im non bianary. What do I identify as, I mean, I feel romantic attraction for all genders. Also, lets say I get a gf, what does she call me, def not her gf

  82. juh

    Thank you !!

  83. Lorilai

    This has helped me so much in a way I could never read the signs of being non-binary and I’m proud to be a non-binary person because I’ve never really felt girl nor boy and now I can finally tell people I’m neither.

    Thank you!

  84. Alex

    This is a very cool article. But you haven’t really said much about the ‘both’ kind of non-binary as opposed to the ‘neither’ kind. I’m a 24-year-old AFAB and I’ve lived as a woman most of my life, as a man for 3 years, and just recently I’ve realized that I’m actually non-binary. It seems my confusion came from the fact that I get euphoria both from being gendered as a woman and as a man. I love my feminine body shape and features, but I also love the masculine addition of the beard and general hairiness I get from my PCOS. When I realized that a non-binary person doesn’t always have to be someone who avoids gendered traits, but rather can be someone who embraces all of them, I was better able to understand my feelings.

  85. M

    Thank you, I’ve been wondering about this for a bit now. This was helpful.

  86. Bee

    So- For a while I’ve been female. I never knew about other gender identities or that there were people who liked the same gender as well as people who liked opposite gender. I only started thinking ‘Hey, I might be Non-Binary’ When I found out about the LGBTQ+ Community. It doesn’t make me that uncomfortable when I am referred to as She/ Her, but it makes me euphoric when I am referred to as They/ Them and fantasize about being seen as Non-Binary. I can’t tell if I just am not comfortable with how society sees women or if I’m actually not a woman. I don’t really know what I am. If anyone can describe more about what being Non-Binary feels like to someone who hasn’t officially decided that they’re Non-Binary… I think it might help.

  87. Jae

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