Hello! If something ends up offending anyone, it wasn't intentional and I'm very, very sorry. So, I've identified as a cis guy for my entire life and, sadly, was never given a reason to give it much thought other than that. However, recently, two of my closest friends came out to me as trans and, I gotta be honest, I didn't even know such a thing even existed. Now, I actually started investigating the subject very zealously because I wanted to support them as best I could, so educating myself seemed like a pretty good idea. Now, over the course of my research, I saw that many trans people say "I feel like this gender," so I started to wonder "how does feeling like a specific gender, well, feel like?" and I reached several surprising conclussions. First of all, I noticed that, while I don't experience any sort of dysphoria whatsoever, nor am I made uncomfortable by the "male" label, I don't particularly feel like a guy either. My presentation, to outsiders, might look heavily masculine (not macho, though) but I have never associated any of the things I do or don't do with gender. However, some parts of my presentation do defy male standars/stereotypes. I also reject gender roles, big time. Another thing I did was imagine myself as being of the female sex and, honestly, it didn't make me any happier nor did it make me uncomfortable. I guess I was just "meh" towards the thought. I noticed that I always identified as a guy, not because it necessarily fit, but because it was told to me and I didn't have any conflicting thoughts, so I just went with the flow. However, I don't particularly feel like a woman either. Whenever I try to think about my gender, all I can say is that I guess I'm a guy, because saying so is biologically correct, but I'm not particularly attached to such a label. I'm sorry if I offended anyone by stating this, but I thought it was necessary so that I could get help. I guess what I'm trying to say is that I'm completely indifferent towards my own gender. Is this a normal way for cis people to think? If so, then I'm sorry I ever brought it up, but if it's not, can anyone give me any leads to figure out a new, more fitting label than "cis male"? Again, I'm deeply sorry if I ended up offending anyone with the statements I made here. I swear it wasn't intentional. Thanks for taking your time to answer! I really appreciate it!