I’m sixteen. I identify as a bisexual female and I live in Shoreham, but mostly Brighton, born in Brighton.
Well I kind of realised that I don’t like just boys, I like girls too. I guess it’s weird being like “Oh! there’s a label for that!” Because I didn’t really know that there was, straight away. So there was a bit of confusion as to what that was.
General “figuring out”, even if you do work out that you are cis-gendered (because I’ve had a bit of struggle with the gender thing), but I guess it’s chill to realise that you can be androgynous and not just a stereotype of a girl.
Girls at school are all very the same. They’re like “ooh make-up and boys is life! I love make-up and boys!” I just don’t really like make-up or boys that much, so, there you go.
You mentioned cis-gendered. What does that mean?
That means you identify as the gender you were assigned at birth.