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Quote from Hollis:
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I mean, I'm sort of a walking stereotype of a nonbinary person being white, pretty thin, AFAB, and having short hair and overall masculine of center presentation.  I've definitely done a bit of "oh my god am I a stereotype because I'm just absorbing what's around me or is this actually how I'm most comfortable?"

And well, it's mostly that this is what's more comfortable for me.  I've acknowledged that part of my choices are because I'm putting in extra effort to be seen as "not-woman" because I'd rather get gendered as a dude in most situations, so sometimes I do shy a little bit away from feminine things (presentation-wise, at least.  I'm not downplaying my knitting or cooking or my love of doing laundry ever).  And also, dysphoria plays a role (and a larger one than I'd like).  I'm hoping that once I can get top surgery, skirts will be less dysphoria-inducing to wear, which would be cool because I look super cute in skirts.

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Now I feel old, on account of.... I didn't know there WAS a stereotype for a non-binary person!
What would an example be?  And does wearing mustaches and skirts have anything to do with it? 'Cause Irma's curious!