What if there is no label that defines me?

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Last Updated: 10/29/2019 at 7:50pm
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Anonymous
June 25th, 2018 11:49pm
If there is no label that you feel completely fits you then that's ok because labels are not necessary. Sometimes a label might help you know where you feel you belong within the lgbtq+ community but know that others will totally understand if you can't put that label on yourself.
Anonymous
November 6th, 2018 5:52pm
You don’t need a label in order to be who you are. If you can’t find a label that accurately describes you you don’t need to have one or even if there is a label that would describe you, you still don’t need to use it. What matters the most is that you’re being true to yourself and doing what/being who makes you happy. A label is just a way that you can describe how you feel to others but it isn’t something necessary. Being who you are is enough and there doesn’t have to be a label to describe it for you to be valid.
Anonymous
October 29th, 2019 7:50pm
Not everyone finds a label that fits them, and this isn't a bad thing. For example, many people do not feel like they 'fit' certain labels because of social constructs and stereotypes. This means that a lot of people identify with acute labels that not many people know about such as grey gender. It doesn't matter if you don't find a label that defines you for any aspect of your life, anyway labels are for jars not people, as one of my idols once said. So, to conclude, only label yourself if you are fully confident that it fits you, because it's a lot harder to take back a label than it is to give yourself one. So perhaps you just don't have a label, and that is totally fine, or maybe you do have one and you just haven't found it yet, whatever the answer I wish you the best of luck.