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LaurenM 12-10-2013 11:17 AM

I have no idea how each gender is supposed to feel so.

HeatherB 12-10-2013 01:30 PM

*whispers* yo imma butt in with my personal opinion again sorry

personally i think that sexuality/gender labels are rlly dumb
as is the fact that we actually have no pronoun for agendered/genderfluid people??? like 'they' is really dumb bc that's for more than one person and even though i know ppl who prefer that pronoun and it's their personal choice and everything we really really need a pronoun for agendered/genderfluid people because 'it' is pretty offensive (unless the person explicitly says thats what they'd like to be referred to in which case... again it's personal) and it just pisses me off that we dont have it
but going back to my original point
just love who u gonna love
and btw the proper way to ask someone what 'gender' (gender in quotes bc more personal opinion that i wont go into detail about unless someone really wants to know) they are is asking for their preferred gender pronoun (e.g. he/his/him, she/her/hers, they/their/theirs, and on occasion it) yeah ok thats all i have to say
*floats back into tumblr*

Lily09 12-10-2013 06:53 PM

ze is the alternate pronoun if you don't wanna use they
i don't think its dumb, sometimes its unnecessary, but i wearmy labels proudly.
a lot of people think that the concept of gender is really unnecessary, and i can see the point of why, but at the same time, i feel like it's not bad to have gender there.

Lily09 12-10-2013 06:56 PM

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Originally Posted by AlgebraAddict (Post 507356)
Do I call you he or she, out of curiosity? I try to call you non gendered pronouns or by your name, but sometimes it'd be easier to call you he or she. Do you have a preference?

yeah!!
he is actually my preferred pronoun, despite being genderfluid. they or ze would be second preferred and she is okay although i dont like it as much.
thanks (:

pluzzle 12-10-2013 08:52 PM

lol hi everyone

I'm kind of attracted to one of my best friends (and I have been attracted to other girls in the past - like in the way that I would date or kiss them) but I like guys too?? like what I'm so confused ._>

HeatherB 12-10-2013 10:28 PM

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Originally Posted by Lily09 (Post 507410)
ze is the alternate pronoun if you don't wanna use they
i don't think its dumb, sometimes its unnecessary, but i wearmy labels proudly.
a lot of people think that the concept of gender is really unnecessary, and i can see the point of why, but at the same time, i feel like it's not bad to have gender there.

yeah but it's not universally recognized and it pisses me off still. plus it sounds a lot like she which confuses people into calling genderfluid/gender neutral people she/her/hers instead of their pgp. there's nothing wrong with knowing who you are and being proud of it. and i can understand why gender isn't that bad to have around. it just ticks me off that the majority of people think there are only two genders and honestly sometimes it seems like without sexuality/gender labels the world would be easier.
although the gender labels are infinitely more important to have than the sexuality labels, i should note.
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Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 507431)
lol hi everyone

I'm kind of attracted to one of my best friends (and I have been attracted to other girls in the past - like in the way that I would date or kiss them) but I like guys too?? like what I'm so confused ._>

hello friend welcome to the wonderful world of bi/pansexuality
bi is where you like girls and guys and pan is where you like all genders including nonbinary gendered people, to put it simply. wikipedia has a more in depth explanation so go there for all the clarifications and stuff.

EmmaR 12-11-2013 02:02 AM

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Originally Posted by LaurenM (Post 507368)
I have no idea how each gender is supposed to feel so.

Same. Like, I don't FEEL like a girl, but I don't feel awkward being a girl, so I just kind of assume that I'm cisgendered.

MaggieMay 12-11-2013 09:25 AM

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Originally Posted by EmmaR (Post 507455)
Same. Like, I don't FEEL like a girl, but I don't feel awkward being a girl, so I just kind of assume that I'm cisgendered.

Same here. I feel very uncomfortable dressing in girly clothes, especially in public, wearing makeup, and having fancy, long hair, but I don't believe in gender stereotypes and I like being a boyish girl in that sense so I don't know.

WolfWriter 12-12-2013 10:11 PM

This is rad.

2013 has been the gayest year ever for me. I started in February as "bisexual with a preference for girls" and now I'm just "girls girls girls I'm so gay."

WolfWriter 12-12-2013 10:16 PM

Am I the only one who's like 100% gay without any attraction toward the opposite gender? Period?


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