Thread: bi-gendered?
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Old 09-24-2014, 09:40 AM   #61
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Originally Posted by loopytheone View Post
This is a really interesting thread. I know I wonder sometimes if there is a word to describe me or if other people feel the same way I do (which I am sure they do). I was born into the body of a woman and I am happy with that, when I think of 'my body' I automatically think of a female body. But at the same time I am pretty androgynous on the inside. I like the things I like, regardless of whether they are stereotypically male or female and neither feels more right to me. So I guess it is best explained by saying I feel like an androgynous 'person' happily in the body of a female?
I'm in the exact same boat as you; I have no problems being physically female and strategically speaking, I find it to work out quite well for me. But mentally, I don't really feel any affinity with the binary genders. It's actually difficult for me to see myself as mentally gendered at all, so I generally identify as androgyne (which, to my knowledge, encompasses non-gendered and feeling as if you're a blend of the two.)

I used to have Deacone's desire to actually look more androgynous - and indeed find that super hot in other people - but I'm more okay with just straight up doing the female thing now.
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