Nonbinary pals, you are all doing so wonderful!!!
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here’s to nonbinary people who are unsure
to nonbinary people who don’t know how exactly they want to present
to nonbinary people who are only starting to think of themselves as nonbinary
to nonbinary people who don’t know what their future will be like because of their gender
to nonbinary people who don’t know who they are and their gender only makes it more confusing
to nonbinary people who can’t pick a name or decide which pronouns they want to use
to nonbinary people who are afraid and uncomfortable:
you’re not alone, many of us have been through this or are going through this, it’s okay to feel confused and uncomfortable, it’s not because you’re faking it, it will get better
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If you’re nonbinary, no matter how you present yourself or appear to others, you’re looking very nonbinary today.
You do not have to experience a specific kind of dysphoria to be trans, or nonbinary, or agender. You don’t have to experience dysphoria at all.
You can experience physical dysphoria, or social dysphoria, or both. You can experience gender euphoria instead. You can experience all, or none.
There is no imaginary checklist with requirements you must meet in order to get your “[x] enough” card.