Someone wrote…

I have never felt “male” or “female”… I don’t really feel in between, I feel agendered…

What’s your experience?

And what are you thinking about gender right now?

Posted by on October 15th, 2011 at 08:00 am

Category: your voice 5 comments »

5 Responses to “Agendered”

  1. Anonymous

    This is exactly how I feel. And when I realized it, I began to realize why I felt so out of sync with my body…Now I feel like I’ve “unfrozen” some of those feelings and am trying to figure out what to do with myself. Best of luck, and know you’re not alone!


  2. fluffy

    Yep, exactly! Sometimes I feel a bit on the femmy side but I never feel either female OR male, and that is what I am working towards as well. Fortunately I have a very supportive therapist and GP.


  3. Anonymous

    I feel the same way. Sometimes I think it would be easier to have a direction to aim for, but the other body isn’t any more correct than this one is. I don’t fit anywhere.


  4. Anonymous

    I am glad to see that other people have this experience – I thought I was the only one. I’m ambivalent about getting out of it. It seems that I have to get into it more before I can get out of it if that’s what I choose to do. I recently discovered that angels are reputed to have no gender, and wonder if there are other myths or spirituality associated with agender? Some references confuse agender with androgeny. Androgeny seems to partake of both male and female, so, it seems to be somepletely different from agender. I have experienced myself as a “person” for as long as I can remember. I only recently discovered the terms agender, gender null in somebody’s recent gender encyclopedia. But, not much info there. I’d like to read about it somewhere where it wasn’t a pathology.


  5. Aydenn

    That’s almost exactly how I feel, how I’ve felt all my life. I didn’t have any words for it, though, so I didn’t think about it too much until recently.


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