- This topic has 2 replies, 3 voices, and was last updated 5 days ago by .
Hello! I am Danny and I’m really grateful for a community like this to come to with questions.
I am currently in the air a bit with my gender identity. I currently am known as cis-male, though I do not completely feel that defines who I am and rather think I am more so nonbinary than cis-male. Currently I am using he/him/his pronouns, but love the thought of including they/them/their pronouns in as well. Using the he/they combo I think would paint the best picture of my identity.
One of my biggest hesitations I have though is that I want to be sure using the term nonbinary accurately describes me and that I’m not jumping to conclusions or using wrong terminology for myself. I can confidently say that I would experience gender euphoria by using he/they pronouns and presenting more androgynous, but I also don’t believe I have experienced dysphoria just from using he/him pronouns and presenting masculine. Because of this, I want to be sure that I am using the right words for myself so that I don’t in a sense put myself in a category that I don’t belong in.
I am open to any and all advice, comments, guidance, and thoughts. Thank you for reading through this!
1 user thanked author for this post.
- You must be logged in to reply to this topic.