As she said the words over the emerald green candle, its flame lending a comforting flicker to the dim surroundings, the witch’s prosperity spell neared completion. Here it was; the final step. Soon her wish would carry along the threads of the world’s fabric. With a confident and steady hand she reached over and hit “reblog” on the Money Cat post.
Can you help me understand? I was born a female and somedays i feel like a female but other days i want to be a boy, i like guys still either way but i don't know how to explain it to my friends.
[Sorry for the late reply! The message got lost. ; n ; ]
From the sounds of it, you might identify as one of these:
Gender fluid is a gender identity which refers to a gender which varies over time. A gender fluid person may at any time identify as male, female, neutrois, or any other non-binary identity, or some combination of identities. Their gender identity can vary at random or in response to different circumstances.
Multigender is a term for anyone who experiences more than one gender identity. It can be used as a gender identity in its own right, or can be an umbrella term for other identities which fit this description. Multigender people may experience two or more gender identities at the same time, or their gender identity may change over time. [meaning you identify as multiple genders at once, less switching between. More of a solid state, generally.]
Non-binary gender (see also genderqueer) describes any gender identity which does not fit within the binary of male and female. Those with non-binary genders can feel that they: [feel free to check the links in the text bellow for more info]
Now, explaining your gender identity to others can be difficult, especially when it’s not strictly one thing or the another. I think one of the most important things is to make sure they understand how important this is. That this isn’t a joke, or some ‘passing fad’ or whatever. It’s also important to express with personal pronouns you would prefer, if any. [They/them he/his she/hers etc.]
But, I guess a really, really basic way of explaining it is like this: