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IForgotToSayGoodbye wrote

On the last point, I feel somewhat similar, and I think in this regard the older term genderqueer was much better than non-binary is.
At least to me, genderqueer just means that something about your gender doesn't match the current societal standards. It's queer (weird). Nothing specific about, just different.

If you haven't read Baeden already, I would definitely suggest it as a great text.

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AnarchoDoom OP wrote (edited )

Yes, well I've read a little of it. But Baedan having been first presented to me as a kinda "gay-focused" publication turned me away for a while. But I'm finding out the rabbit hole's much deeper, so thanks! ;-)

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IForgotToSayGoodbye wrote

Dont worry, I did something similar based on the title, even though I already considered myself queer.

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