Gender is a human experience, and human experiences cannot be reduced to simplistic, reductive structures.
Just because you don’t understand something doesn’t invalidate it.
Feeling ambiguous about my gender identity has been a life long feeling.
Bullying became my norm, and the bathrooms and locker rooms, where teachers were nowhere to be found, became dangerous.
It was a difficult and challenging year, especially seen through the lens of sexual health. It was a year in which politics came close to displacing sexual politics as the most-talked about topic on therapist couches.
Being non-binary means identifying as a gender other than exclusively male or female. As a person who identifies as non-binary
I know I will never be seen by some people at work as being 'authentic non binary' based on my attire, but would they embrace my identity if I looked more 'queer' to them?
Giving someone trouble for being or not being cis passing, for taking or not taking hormones, for altering their body or not, takes away their autonomy and their right to decide what's best for them.