Being Fluid as Life

A gender fluid person is someone whose gender identity is not fixed. It can change over time or from day to day. Fluid is a form of gender identity or gender expression rather than sexual orientation. Fluid is how one defines oneself internally and presents oneself to the world. A gender-fluid person is a person who can be described as male one day, female the next, both male and female, or neither. The way these people present themselves to society (masculine, feminine, both, or neither) can vary because they think gender cannot be stereotyped, and I think so because we have a perception that changes based on what we feel, society, and what we experience. Why should we restrict ourselves? Also, this is not a phase. The nature of gender fluidity means you can change the way you define yourself. If this happens, it does not mean that the person is no longer gender fluid. In other words, if a person defines themselves as a woman in a period of time, this does not indicate that they have stopped being gender fluid, because the personality they feel is fluid and can change. Only they can decide this. Gender fluidity isn't something that's come up lately, it's human nature. Most medical professionals believe that children become aware of gender stereotypes around the age of 2 or 3. In other words, without the gender stereotypes imposed on children by society, there would be no restriction in human nature.


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