📣 Warning: Long essay 📢
I have always struggled with #identity .
Be it mine or other's.
I never liked to be called a girl. To be treated like one (yes, I even hate chivalry)..Or even a human, infact.
I refer myself as a cat 🐈.
(I have whiskers for real..but that's a different story)
I don't understand why anybody...be it a girl or a boy or even animals or rocks should be treated or stereotyped differently, or based on what is between our legs. I mean we all are made up of same particles...electrons-protons-go read science.
I searched for a label to "fit in".
As time passed, these labels became more and more complicated. New terms were thrown at me. More fancier and more "scientific" to say. It became more difficult for me to draw a circle around myself.
Although now, I hate labels. I have grown very repulsive to them. I don't want to 'fit in' anymore. But if I had to find peace with a word or a #genderidentity to say.
It would be "GENDERLESS".
I am Genderless or Genderfree or agender (an umbrella term). I gave it a lot of thought and did my research. I find this identity very comforting. For me, the absence of 'gender' doesn't restrict or confine me to any expected gender roles.
Thanks to all the people who always supported me, even though I am really weird and I ll stop typing now as this is not an award speech.🌷 #genderless
P.S. I had to get this off my chest...and what better way than Instagram. Ha ha ha ha ha.... Ugh.
P.S.S. I don't really care about what pronouns you want to use for me. She, he, they, ze, dude, binch, bro, etc. all are genderless to me. Also, this is my gender identity and my gender expression, NOT my sexuality. People often get confused.
P.S.S.S. The #BTS (behind the scenes and not BEYOND the scene) coming soon. Check my story.