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Should I be Behaving Any Different As An Agender/ Demigirl?

Discussion in 'Gender Identity and Expression' started by StoryFanatic, Dec 30, 2015.

  1. StoryFanatic

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    I've decided to be as genderless as I can handle right now and I'm wondering if there's something I should be doing. I have the stereotypical short pixie cut, but what else? Should I be wearing gender neutral clothes? Making people call me different things? Even change my name? What now?
     
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    Simply put: do what makes YOU happy.
     
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    Stereotypical is the last thing that you want to be. Being nonconforming does not mean being an completely grey alien with special clothes and specific criteria. I have met so many agender males who look like Lumberjacks. You can be a nonconforming female and wear dresses. You can be a nonconforming male and wear a tuxedo.

    The point is to carve out your own box in terms of identity. Not confine yourself to a new one. Style yourself in whatever ways you feel most beautiful.
     
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    Like Gen said - never, ever, shove yourself into any kind of box. Society does that too much by itself already. Just do what you feel makes you happy. (=