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this_one wrote

I think it's worth noting that there can be different 'intensities' (that's the best word I can think of) to being agender (or any gender for that matter). To use the analogy in the article, for some people, eating icecream might be entirely bearable, but in the end basically a neutral experience, and for other people (or the same people, at different times!), all kinds of icecream are really yucky, and to be actively avoided as much as possible. And, of course, those are two points on a scale, not the only two possibilities

I've had times in my life where even 'they/them' pronouns feel too gendered.