I'm asexual and I'm exactly like "Nothing". I'm super hyper and flirty, and everyone thinks I'm bisexual then I tell them I'm asexual and then they get it(after explaining what an asexual is).<<< omg I'm pansexual and I am like all!
These honest illustrations explain what it's like to come out as genderqueer.
The Great Divide by Justin Hubbell. I love this so much because I'm super gay and everyone need to read this I think I might show it to my parents to show them that me being gay isn't a bad thing and thats just an outdated law of society
I'm not genderfluid, well maybe since I haven't figured out my gender completely yet, but I do have days where I'm more masculine and days where I'm more feminine and even days where I'm more neutral so I do relate to many "Genderfluid Problems" luck :)
This is just a little scary to post. who knows which real life friends will see it. i wish i could say i didnt care. but i love them like family, though my family disagrees with me here, we love each other. just dont want to loose anyone