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The fact that I am wearing a dress today does not mean I’ve become a girl. I was not a boy yesterday when I wore cargo shorts and a polo shirt, either. Fabric, believe it or not, is not inherently gendered.
Stop telling me I’m supposed to be androgynous, when the problem is not the clothes I wear or the look of my body or the style of my hair, but your refusal to stop unnecessarily declaring some of these things ‘boy’ qualities and some of them ‘girl’ qualities.
I am agender. I am agender stark naked, I am agender in a three-piece suit, I am agender in a wedding dress, I am agender no matter what clothes I put on myself.
My gender is independent of how I dress, how I wear my hair, and how feminine or masculine you think my body is.
My gender is independent of your irrelevant ideas about gender being broadcast by things as impermanent as clothing.
My gender is independent of your refusal to accept the existence of people who are not girls, or boys, but merely humans.
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