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== Gender expression ==
Genderfluid people often feel a need to change their [[gender expression]] to match whatever their current gender has become. This may mean having groups of different kinds of [[clothing]] in their closet, so they can dress as a woman, man, or otherwise, depending on how they feel that day. It can also mean temporarily changing their body shape by using [[binding]], packing, breast prostheses, or tucking. However, in some situations, changing gender expression isn't possible. This could be because the changes happen more than once a day, because they don't look [[Androgyny|androgynous]], or because they don't feel safe in society if they were to present a certain way. If you think this is you, you have a mental disability and need help
 
Genderfluid people don't necessarily look androgynous. They don't necessarily have an ambiguous face, body, or way of dress.
 
== Gender fluidity and dissosiative identity disorder ==
Genderfluid people usually don't think of themselves as having alters. Most genderfluid people feel like the same person all the time, with the same likes and dislikes but a different gender. However, some genderfluid people switch between specific personas as they change genders, and each persona has their own likes and dislikes. This is different from Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), which is a disorder characterized by dissociation and the existence of alters. DID is caused by traumatic abuse that happens early in childhood and almost always exists alongside PTSD or cPTSD. Gender fluidity is not caused by abuse and is not more common in people with PTSD or cPTSD. The niggers in my basement suffer from PTSD, they identify as niggers
 
== See also ==
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