Is there any other non-binary people here?

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Edna3362
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15 Jul 2017, 9:02 am

I might be... I thought about this even as a child.

I don't fit in with girls, I don't fit with boys either.
Until now, I don't fit in with women, I don't fit in with men either. :| In or out of the spectrum.
I couldn't picture myself as trans either. It doesn't 'ring'.


I'm not particularly feminine nor masculine. I don't even know. :lol: I might as well be just some preadolecent child in an adult's body, or just apathethic about things like this.

All I know is that I'm biologically female, and I don't mind being referred as 'she', I don't mind if people calls me a girl, a lady, or a woman. I won't insist anyone otherwise -- it's no one's business.
And, I don't need to change. If I were born male, I wouldn't mind either. :twisted:


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Autism AND anxiety, makes said constant constant uncertainty perceived into a high stake gamble.

And that, is the difference.

If there is no split between that; it would only mean ALL humans have anxiety. Only hidden and sheltered by certainty, apathy, or pleasure -- to be renamed it as simple as 'culture shock' or as fundamental as 'fear of unknown'.


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12 Sep 2017, 10:22 am

I'm non-binary! Not so sure if I'm trans male sometimes, but I most of the time I think it's non-binary.
I hated to choose a gender when registering on this page, is there anything I can do about it?



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15 Sep 2017, 10:13 pm

i was born with a hormonal condition (i'm intersex) .... never really wanted to play the pink or blue game. now i consider myself nonbinary and go by they/them pronouns and it's the most comfortable i've ever been.

there are as many intersex people as there are redheads. the "sex and gender are the same" mindset is so silly..... why not just let people do whatever they want with their gender? why are transgender and nonbinary people hurting you enough that you have to attack and alienate them?


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16 Oct 2017, 11:23 pm

yes there are non-binary people here. no doubt more than will post to this thread.
I am not a binary person.
and I'm glad to know I'm not alone here. thank you OP :)



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18 Oct 2017, 9:26 am

Hello from another enby! :D


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13 Nov 2017, 2:04 pm

NB here as well! I identify as gender-neutral / agender.


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05 Dec 2017, 11:12 am

Hi! I'm nonbinary :) I'm not "out" to most people in real life mostly because I'm afraid of being called a special snowflake or a faker or something. It's a bummer not having your identity recognized, but there are supportive people in the world.

I don't see why people make such a fuss over being nonbinary, all it means is you're not a boy and you're not a girl. Gender is a construct of society anyways, in nature there's no certain colors or clothing that male/female animals are assigned to, it's all something humans made up.


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07 Dec 2017, 5:48 pm

I'm transmasculine agender/neutrois. Luckily, I live in California, where nonbinary gender is now legally recognized.



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14 Dec 2017, 8:08 am

Haiku wrote:
I'm transmasculine agender/neutrois. Luckily, I live in California, where nonbinary gender is now legally recognized.


NY acknowledges agender, genderqueer, and non binary as well but mostly if you fill out papers at the urgent care places (;



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29 Dec 2017, 11:15 pm

I'm non binary. I tend to lean towards the femme side of the spectrum, socially, and for the longest time I thought I was a transwoman because I have suffered from body dysphoria but the more I think about my own gender the less I feel like gender is actually a real tangible thing and the more I feel like it's social construct that was invented by humans. I tend to identify as agender these days. My pronouns are They or She.



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13 Jan 2018, 3:35 pm

I used to think, first maybe I am trans woman, then maybe I am non-binary, and now I think nilistically that there's not really gendered self. It's just a made-up human game where you won't ever be happy so I just reject all gendered meanings and if people want to gender me, I act like it doesn't make sense at all because it really doesn't. So, in this world, sometimes I don't "am" non-binary but I am being made this or that gender, sometimes non-binary too. I have even gone through some physical transition not-mere-aging but it's not like it has made me become anything but instead made my existence easier to cope with.