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Hello all, i’m Liz. I’m a 20 year old Holistic Psychology major. 
I am just starting to come to grips with my identity. I’ve been very confused about it for  a while, and even more confused about pronouns. I didn’t always feel comfortable when people referred to me as “her.” 
I am genderfluid, and I am finally comfortable with that. 
Some days I am Her. 
Some days I am Him. 
And recently I’ve learned that I frequently feel like Xem. 
I’m in the process of writing out a PSA for facebook and i’m kinda nervous about it. I don’t really know how to help my friends figure out when I prefer which pronouns, as my preferences flip flop as frequently as my blood sugar (ding ding i’m also a type 1 diabetic!!). If anyone has any suggestions for how to go about signifying to your friends what pronouns you’re feeling each day, I’d love some help. 

It’s a spectrum loves.

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Heya!

Alli is the female, Adam is the male. Both of us are kinda fucked up but then again that’s why we’re on tumblr. We were born a girl, but recently Alli discovered me. More like she finally figured out why I exist. She is kinda girly a lot more than she realizes and she crushes over a lot of dudes. I, however, crush on a few ladies myself and I’m more flirty, I think. I also crush on guys, and there’s one whom both of us share. We also like to treat each other as separate individuals in one body, cause to us it’s what it’s like. I hope that’s not weird to you, I’m not good with words unlike her.

We have yet to come out and reveal ourselves into the world officially. We do plan on coming out as bisexual and bi-gender on Easter, when most of the family is there and we don’t have to see it all over Facebook. And our gay cousin will be there and we think he might be relieved on not being the only non-straight member of our family.

Hope to meet new friends here, and thanks for reading.

OK, OK, I’VE DECIDED.

I’VE GATHERED THE COURAGE.

HI, I’M JAMIE. I’M GENDERFLUID. WHEN I’M MALE I’M GAY, WHEN I’M FEMALE I’M A LESBIAN. SO I’M GAY… always?

Anyway, I’ve discovered the fact that I’m genderfluid quite recently and it’s kind of always been within me but I grew up in not-so-accepting places so it took me a while to finally let myself fully out and step by step. It’s a process where pretty much you have to love yourself and I happen to be polyamorous as well which I’ve discovered recently so yeah. 

I write, I’m a writer and my blog is pretty much me obsessing over The Kills, crying over Jack White, shipping Milex and showing off my doll collection from while to while. I’m friendly, awkward and I am obsessed with random things and yeah. 

I’m very sex positive and for some odd reason through out my life I happened to be everyone’s Sex Ed teacher and still am >.> 

I speak English, Russian, Spanish and many many other languages and I can speak street Portuguese :P that’s all I can manage so far. So poke me in any of the languages and most likely I speak it XD 

Hit me up and let’s talk about dolls, nails or Hince xD

<3

I didn’t know how to do this, so I wrote a poem, and it’s long, so I’m sorry

I.

the vacancy of words when you need them most

but how they shine some moments!

how they are effulgent and aeviternal-

but somehow can be so brief in this …

transcendent, transformative

as effervescent as golden summer kisses

I am the nothingness between them

I am neurons in decay

I am the backwards dissimilation of a binary coding

gone wrong, gone haywire

advanced beyond itself—

I can control everything in pearlescent halls of prose

change galaxies, worlds, eons with my clumsy clattering fingers

flying across a keyboard

but I seem unchangeable, unmoving

unable to ride the spiral of retrograde

back to my beginning

and alter or destroy or choose again

I don’t know which


what is real in me?

am I made of discardable material:

exchangeable flesh:

a cellular monopoly:

I was abhorrent of myself, of assumed normative inherency:

when I was always the variform, the transfigurative semblance

-am I the parts I play? am I all these people/personas? can I flick the self-destruct on all these constructions, impressed on me by the hordes of well-meaning control-fetishists, who still think electroshock therapy could cure that which I am screaming is soulbound, spirit-made, inseparable-from-this-yearning-self? could I reverse engineer an antivirus for the bipolar, the non-binary, the antithetical magnetic-scrambling pulse in my apex (what if that’s all I am? what if that’s what makes me matter, mean anything at all, what if I would despise the self that could just be molded into anything at all, whatever they tell her to be she will be, what if I reject that utterly, say fuck off to its every permutation?), would anyone truly human venture to erase their plurality, their multiplicity, their scope and magnitude?-

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Intros

Hey, good to be here. My name’s Ali when I’m female and Dylan when I’m male. Ali recently found out about me, her male self, but she’s been in the LGTB community for awhile. Ali and I consider ourselves the Angels of Light and Darkness, respectively. She’s sweet and kind, while I’m blunt and flirty. While we were born a girl, I come out frequently. We’re happy to have found this blog, as we were looking for others like us. To help us get started, get our feet off the ground as a bigender, and all that. Our tumblr is silencedfighter, so please message us if you have any questions, or if you want to get to know us better.

Uhm hi, I&#8217;m Eli (pronounced el- ee in my girl&#8217;s days and ee- lie in my boy&#8217;s days), I&#8217;m 17 and pansexual. I found out about gender fluidity recently, before knowing about it I never felt right inside my body, &#8216;cause I often wanted to be a boy (I&#8217;m biologically female) but I also liked to be a girl and sometime I felt like something in between. Sometimes I wanted to be a boy so bad that I even thought about transition, but I loved my girl&#8217;s body too (especially my boobs). But then I discovered gender fluidity and I felt it was perfect and I fit in perfectly, I can be whoever I want whenever I want and that&#8217;s awesome. Till now I openly came out about being genderfluid and pansexual just to my younger brother and my best friend (even though everybody kind of know I&#8217;m not straight), and they&#8217;re ok with it (my best friend isn&#8217;t totally straight too and my younger brother is very accepting). My parents are very open and accepting, they&#8217;ve always taught us about equality and human rights and they&#8217;ve always told us there&#8217;s nothing wrong with not being straight or cis gender, but I still don&#8217;t feel confident enough to come out to them, but sooner or later I&#8217;m gonna tell them and I know they&#8217;ll understand :) And I prefer the pronouns they/them/their
Something else about me: I really love manga and music (I&#8217;m an otaku and a  beatlemaniac), I play the bass in a band, and I love languages (I can speak English, Italian, French and German and I&#8217;m learning Japanese), I&#8217;m always happy and positive and I&#8217;m content with myself; I hope we can be friends :)
Eli
(I apologize if I made some mistakes but I&#8217;m not English-speaking)

Uhm hi, I’m Eli (pronounced el- ee in my girl’s days and ee- lie in my boy’s days), I’m 17 and pansexual. I found out about gender fluidity recently, before knowing about it I never felt right inside my body, ‘cause I often wanted to be a boy (I’m biologically female) but I also liked to be a girl and sometime I felt like something in between. Sometimes I wanted to be a boy so bad that I even thought about transition, but I loved my girl’s body too (especially my boobs). But then I discovered gender fluidity and I felt it was perfect and I fit in perfectly, I can be whoever I want whenever I want and that’s awesome. Till now I openly came out about being genderfluid and pansexual just to my younger brother and my best friend (even though everybody kind of know I’m not straight), and they’re ok with it (my best friend isn’t totally straight too and my younger brother is very accepting). My parents are very open and accepting, they’ve always taught us about equality and human rights and they’ve always told us there’s nothing wrong with not being straight or cis gender, but I still don’t feel confident enough to come out to them, but sooner or later I’m gonna tell them and I know they’ll understand :) And I prefer the pronouns they/them/their

Something else about me: I really love manga and music (I’m an otaku and a  beatlemaniac), I play the bass in a band, and I love languages (I can speak English, Italian, French and German and I’m learning Japanese), I’m always happy and positive and I’m content with myself; I hope we can be friends :)

Eli

(I apologize if I made some mistakes but I’m not English-speaking)

My name’s Kendra I’m 14,I love drawing,writing and reading. I’ve never really felt like a girl,or a guy. But I know I’m physically a female but on the inside I don’t feel like anything sometimes,other times I feel like a guy or a girl. I want a gender neutral haircut,maybe boy-cut?I dunno. But I look at myself recently and just started thinking about what everyone would say. And I’ve only told a few and luckily there supportive. I have two siblings and they’re awesome.

hello! my name is courtenay and I’m questioning my gender. the more I think and talk about it the more I just want to be gender fluid, so here I am! I’m faab and typically female-presenting though I really love flannel shirts and recently got a few more in men’s that fit perfectly <3 I’d prefer either female pronouns or they/them, thanks! I’m interested in making friends and learning more about who I am and who I want to be. gender and sexuality are just really weird and complicated things, aren’t they? <3

Well, it&#8217;s been nearly a year since my last self-introduction here, so I suppose a re-do and a update is necessary! Hello everyone, my name is Danny, I&#8217;m 16 years old and DFAB. I prefer they/them pronouns, and I discovered the label genderfluid a little over a year ago. I came out over a long period of time, but my last big &#8220;coming out&#8221; moment was to my parents on April 10th of last year.
When it comes to my gender identity, I&#8217;d say it&#8217;s a mix of just about everything. I started tracking my gender identity from day to day at the beginning of 2014, and I&#8217;d say I&#8217;m a mostly even mix of everything, with just a dash more of male/masculine days. Dysphoria is a weekly struggle; with a 34G chest to bind down and a almost impossible pants size (30/30), finding traditionally masculine clothing is fairly difficult. With the right binder and the right fitting clothes though, my dysphoria can almost always be defeated.
I&#8217;m always open to questions over on my main blog! I&#8217;m also pretty talkative over Tumblr, it somehow helps soothe my anxiety. Please, come say hi sometime!

Well, it’s been nearly a year since my last self-introduction here, so I suppose a re-do and a update is necessary! Hello everyone, my name is Danny, I’m 16 years old and DFAB. I prefer they/them pronouns, and I discovered the label genderfluid a little over a year ago. I came out over a long period of time, but my last big “coming out” moment was to my parents on April 10th of last year.

When it comes to my gender identity, I’d say it’s a mix of just about everything. I started tracking my gender identity from day to day at the beginning of 2014, and I’d say I’m a mostly even mix of everything, with just a dash more of male/masculine days. Dysphoria is a weekly struggle; with a 34G chest to bind down and a almost impossible pants size (30/30), finding traditionally masculine clothing is fairly difficult. With the right binder and the right fitting clothes though, my dysphoria can almost always be defeated.

I’m always open to questions over on my main blog! I’m also pretty talkative over Tumblr, it somehow helps soothe my anxiety. Please, come say hi sometime!

Hello! PoC, bisexual, genderfluid artist. Call me Kim, Giddeon or KGL. I realized and accepted my genderfluidity several months ago after learning about it from a fellow genderfluid friend. Working my way up to a total mohawk and suits, ties and cravats. I can’t wait to be able to fully express my masculine gender too. Great to meet other genderfluid folks!

Hello, my name is Kay, I’m a trans woman, and I am absolutely nauseatingly jealous of all these people who can pass as whatever they want and feel like a lumpy clown in comparison.