Profile: Max

You can call me… Max

I identify as… Trans non binary

As far as third-person pronouns go, … They/them

I’m attracted to… Personality. I don’t care about gender, I’m pansexual

When people talk about me, I want them to… Be honest but respectful :)

I want people to understand… I’m still quite confused about my gender and I’m a mess but I try my best to be a good person

About Max
So I’m Max, i was born female but I’ve never identified as this gender and I’ve been trying to feel good about myself for quite a long time. I did my coming out a few weeks ago to my close friends and my sisters but i can’t figure out how to tell it to my parents so… Yeah. I’m French and 16 yo

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Posted by on May 22nd, 2017 at 10:00 am

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2 Responses to “Profile: Max”

  1. Fran

    Max, if you haven’t already, ask your sisters if they think your parents ‘know’… and (if you haven’t already ;) ask your sisters if they ‘knew’ …


  2. Rachel

    I am 17 and I am going through the same thing. I was born female but I have never really felt that just female fit. I cut my hair short once and I dressed like a man some days and like a woman others and people accepted it. Now that my hair is longer and I look more “traditionally” feminine. It’s been harder for me to explain to people that I am non binary. They think it’s more for attention than my actual identity. But when I had short hair they acceptsd my change between male and female looks. I don’t get why people won’t now. Is it just because I don’t fit what they think non binary should look like? idk I am confused and don’t know what to do and I don’t quite know why I am telling you all this. I guess your experiences are just similar to mine and make me fee validated as someone who is also non binary.


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