Reply To: I came out as gender-queer (cue the grammatically dubious pronouns)


I am transfeminine.   Although I feel more female, and dress female, I don’t sound female and don’t look particularly female.  So I don’t really pass as female, and not sure I pass as male anymore, so non-binary seem more appropriate.

If I am asked if I am a he or she, I say she, but prefer they.

If asked if I am a Mr or Ms, I say Ms but prefer Mx.

My work, bank, doctor’s surgery all have me down as Mx now.   Most businesses that I have accounts with have me as Mx, but if it isn’t an option then it’s Ms.


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