Question: What label to use for my gender?

Zader asks…

YO! Ok, so I’ve been just using the term “non-binary” although it is an umbrella term because I’m not sure what my actual gender is. I’ve been thinking about either demiboy or demifluid? I was born with female anatomy, but I’m not a girl. At all. How I describe it is that I’m fluid between a boy and an agender. That’s mainly what it is, I think. So, can anyone help me figure out what term works for me? I’m not exactly sure what to call myself as of now, and I’d really like to find a label that fits!

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Posted by on May 2nd, 2017 at 08:00 am

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One Response to “Question: What label to use for my gender?”

  1. Anonymous

    1) Nonbinary labels are being created all the time, feel free to create your own if you don’t like the ones you see; you can always change it later.
    2) Try on Mascfluid for size: A gender that is fluid in nature, and restricted only to masculine genders. Alternatively manfluid or boyfluid.
    3) Perhaps Mascflux/manflux/boyflux: A gender where one feels mostly or all male most of the time but experiences fluctuating intensities of male identity.
    4) If you are torn between 2 and 3, you can even do Mascfluidflux / manfluidflux / boyfluidflux.
    5) This genderfluidsupport tumblr page has a long list on different labels that might inspire you as well; it also includes many non-fluid genders for others who are interested in labels.


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