Why is it such a big deal whether or not a person is a girl or a boy? Why should we care about their gender? How about we start judging people not based off of what they identify as (or don't identify as) and start judging based off what a person is like? Oh no, is it too hard to get to know someone before passing judgement over them, Karen? If a person is transgender, then more power to them. They're accepting who they truly are! If a person is nonbinary, then that's good for them. They aren't letting themselves be confined anymore! If a person is cisgender, then that's perfectly fine. They're being who they are!
We're all human, and some people tend to forget that. Just because a trans guy would rather be called he/him, doesn't make him any less of a person. Just because a nonbinary person doesn't identify as a gender doesn't mean they are less of a person. Everyone nowadays is so centered around what makes everyone different. Let's focus on what makes us similar. Let's focus on the fact that we're all human, and we all have differences. Let's focus on who we are as humans, not what gender we are.
Whether you're nonbinary, trans, cis, gay, bi, ace, pan, queer, or anything else you're still a human being. You're still valid. You still deserve love and kindness. You are still beautiful. You are still you.
A fellow bi
I'm not trans or nb, but they are valid nonetheless