I feel like a imposter

I'm agender, but I present masc cause it's convenient and I don't really care, I'm fine with any pronouns, but again typically just use he/him cause it's convenient, I'm completely indifferent to my gender. I'm also omnisexual with a preference towards feminine traits.

I've never really faced any kind of adversity from being omni or agender, and most ppl who don't know me would probably just assume I'm a straight cis guy. This might sound stupid but I question if I deserve to be part of LGBTQIA+ spaces or think of myself as LGBTQIA+, while I technically fit the definition, I know I've never really faced the same struggles as other LGBTQIA+ ppl. Is anyone else agender or Omni here? whats yalls takes.

  1. 4 months ago
    Carol

    >I feel like a imposter
    >I'm agender
    Case solved, you are one

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      please explain how, I'm here cause I do want to be able to hear legitimate criticism if someone has any, but I need some details to go off of.

      • 4 months ago
        Carol

        Ok
        First that we can't just don't have a gender. I think that would be cool, but biologically and socially, this is impossible.
        That said, I want to be honest with you. If you don't bother been seen as a cis male, you don't do anything to change it and don't pretend doing something, being "agender" is just a special way to say you are not the stereotype of a straight man.
        By what you said, you looks more like someone who don't fit in our binary gender system.
        And omnisexual still bi/pan. Having preferences don't change the orientation, you will not be less bi for liking more one trait than others.
        Facing adversities don't make you more LGBT either, so take it off your head but also recognize that this only happens because you just have a cis straight male look.
        >In conclusion
        You are kinda a impostor but still LGBT, but very confused by Tumblr terminologies

        You made me look like a twitter tranny now so I hope this helped

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          glad I get to keep my lgbtqia+ card but when you say it's not possible to not have a gender how do you figure that?

          • 4 months ago
            Carol

            It just don't make sense. We have and always had genders divisions in our society. We were development to do this. Even cultures that had different genders still had genders.

            • 4 months ago
              Anonymous

              is gender have more to do with how others see you or how you see yourself?

              • 4 months ago
                Carol

                Both. You leads to other

              • 4 months ago
                Carol

                one leads to other****

              • 4 months ago
                Anonymous

                but it's not possible to view yourself as not having a gender? or do you think its only breaks down in the second step because other people cant recognize being agender?

              • 4 months ago
                Carol

                >or do you think its only breaks down in the second step because other people cant recognize being agender?
                That.
                Even biology tends to bring us to one gender or another with hormones.

  2. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Dudeee, I feel this like, so much.

    I'm a transgirl but I dress masculine and don't have dysphoria about my body. So no plans for surgery or hormones. Most people just misgender me and use he/him pronouns. I don't really mind though cause the way I look... It's understandable.

    That said I still socially feel like a woman on the inside go by a femme name and my close friends and family correctly gender me.

    But for the outside world... My transness is invisible.

    • 4 months ago
      LinkPoster

      its okay to be a fem man. stay at home husbands are a thing.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        But... I'm not a man. I'm a woman. Lol.

        Also I don't believe you. Show proof of house husbands please.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      you are not trans

      https://i.imgur.com/K9DWL6a.jpg

      I'm agender, but I present masc cause it's convenient and I don't really care, I'm fine with any pronouns, but again typically just use he/him cause it's convenient, I'm completely indifferent to my gender. I'm also omnisexual with a preference towards feminine traits.

      I've never really faced any kind of adversity from being omni or agender, and most ppl who don't know me would probably just assume I'm a straight cis guy. This might sound stupid but I question if I deserve to be part of LGBTQIA+ spaces or think of myself as LGBTQIA+, while I technically fit the definition, I know I've never really faced the same struggles as other LGBTQIA+ ppl. Is anyone else agender or Omni here? whats yalls takes.

      >I'm agender
      >I'm also omnisexual
      you are definitely underage

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Thanks! I would prefer not to be thought of as trans. I would prefer just to be thought of as woman.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      glad I'm not alone (:
      I guess the question at the core of this might be, is it enough to know who you are on the inside, or do you need other ppl to be aware of your identity to have an accurate perception of you? it probably doesn't help that I'm autistic and masking/gaming my way through a lot of social queues, maybe id be more comfortable with myself if I found a way to present that made it clear that I'm agender and Omni? in your shoes do you think it would be worth it to transition at least to some degree just so that ppl would be aware your a girl?

  3. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    The problem with being "agender" "omnisexual" is most normies have no idea wtf that even is. And probably would deny your exiatance.

    The discrimination you face is people denying you exist. If you have ways to cope with it/are understanding that normies just don't think about gender or sexuality like AT ALL they literally just live their lives the way they feel like and fuck who they feel like, then the discrimination against you will not be damaging.

    But if you want to change society and get people to actually TREAT YOU like agender omnisexual. That will be difficult and I can assure you that you will face much more discrimination if you force everyone to not project ANY gender stereotypes on you in their interactions with you... You would also then just be an asshole because as I said... Normies just don't think about that kinda shit so you would basically be punishing people for their ignorance.

  4. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    OP please be completely honest: how old are you, and how and when did you find this website?

  5. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    >I feel like a imposter
    Me too, but so far the humans aren't onto me.

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