agendered agenda

One of the weirdest things I’ve experienced on the interwebs is how people react to me based on how people perceive me to be gendered. The usual assumption is either cis man or cis woman, and I can get a lot of flack for my statements that, when said by someone openly trans or non-binary, gets no flack at all. It’s annoying and fascinating all at once.

Why is gender so important?

I spent a fairly long time viewing myself as agender, because I have no internal sense of gender. Now I just don’t care.

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