I really feel relatively well with my biological gender. I was born as a girl and that's okay for me.
Sometimes I ask, but I'm rather non-binary or gender fluid. I feel like I said relatively well but I often think and for some time I'm not more sciing.
I have relatively small breasts, still feel something uncomfortable if you see the outlines with my tshirt and also pull on relatively wide tshirts. Generally, I draw myself very masculine and find much more beautiful things in the boys department than in the girls department. I was also confused more often as a boy because I have short hair. I've been pretty embarrassed at first and sometimes still but I do not know if it isThere is usually my parents or other people whom I know are and I have never addressed the subject somewhere. You have to say, maybe I prefer relatively masculine because I'm lesbian. But even when I was small, I sometimes counted myself more to the boys and have more like that. I have never liked wearing the skirts.
But I am completely satisfied with my sexes. Except the thing with my breasts, otherwise I feel so totally well. But I've recently seen a picture where my waist was stressed a bit and I found that I did not look nice or wanted to delete the picture. At the same time I feel uncomfortable if my pants are so arched and looked like as if I hadbecause what.
I think the thought of Androgynie also Nice and the thought as not feminine and not male overcome me too.
Have already made several quizzes and I did not have the thoughts for many months but have been as far as I know. Have already thought about She / They or They / Them pronouns but also do not feel 100% well.
Does anyone have experiences or an idea as I can find out and with it better?
Does it feel correct and git, if you sign up as a non-binary? Or use another label? Non-binary or even gender fluid is more of a spectrum, and I think it's a lot of drum, whether one feels comfortable with the terms. I'm not an expert in the area, but if you do not see yourself as a woman and as a man, no matter how weak, non-binary is a good definition, I think.
Therefore, if You feel well with one of the two terms, you can also use it legitimate.
I treat myself very masculine
Except The thing with my breasts
This also has some CIS women
have never liked dresses the RGifts worn.
I may also take me relatively masculine because I'm lesbian.
Nice through all clichés performances by ...
As not feminine and not male overcome
Obere and not
I'm born as a girl and that is okay for me.
Well then. I advise Tomboy, who sometimes wants to work androgyn: So nothing out of the letter soup.