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The Real Me
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im highly confused about what genderfluid means... plz help and explain....

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Genderfluid, like genderqueer, tends to refer to people who don't feel they fit into the binary of male/female or man/woman. They may feel more masculine one day and feminine the next, or a mix of both, or neither. The exact definition really depends on who you talk to, as everyone who identifies as genderqueer or genderfluid will have their own take on what it means to them, but that's the basic idea. [Smile]

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