If you happen to be bigender, trigender, polygender, pangender, omnigender, genderfluid, or any gender that is more than just one: Describing your attraction can be hard. I know. But hey, it’s okay. It’s okay if you don’t know if you are gay or straight or none of the above. It’s okay if you can’t define your attraction by conventional means. It’s okay (although it might not feel like it) if you feel excluded and alienated from any community that you might try to enter, but that doesn’t make you any less valid. Only you can decide what labels are best for you.
Picture with trigender flag (Purple, green & white) showing the title “Trigender” and the following explanation:
Trigenderism is a non-binary gender identity in which one shifts between or amongst all genders (including but not limited to: genderless, a mix of female/male or any other variety of genderqueer identities). The genders may include any particular gender on or outside of the gender spectrum. Some trigender individuals switch genders (Gender Switching), sometimes using different personas for the genders to feel comfortable in at any given time.