Am I Nonbinary?

I created this quiz to hopefully help you discover what your gender identity is, or at least to give a broad overview of gender identity for you to explore yourself! It is by no means the be-all or end-all in gender identity, but I hope you find it helpful.

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    Are you AFAB (assigned female at birth) AMAB (assigned male at birth) or intersex?
    Are you AFAB (assigned female at birth) AMAB (assigned male at birth) or intersex?
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    Do you ever experience discomfort being referred to as your assigned sex?
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    Do you ever experience discomfort with your body? Such as, with your breasts if you have them, or with your genitalia?

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    Have you ever thought about using different pronouns to refer to yourself other than the ones that go along with your birth sex?
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    Have you ever told someone online that you were the opposite sex of your birth sex, or that you were nonbinary?
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    How much have you looked into gender/sexuality online?

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    Do you identify as gay, bi-, pan-, ace, etc?
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    Do you feel uncomfortable when wearing articles of clothing designated for your assigned sex? For example, dresses for afab folks, or suits for amab folks?
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    Why did you take this quiz?
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    After taking this quiz, which do you think you are?

Comments (399)


5 days ago
I read through a lot of these comments and just for anyone who comes across this and needs to hear this... It's completely acceptable and normal to not label yourself. If you've found a label you feel comfortable with, great! However, it's ok if you don't want to label yourself as anything other than just human, Also, it's ok to change your "label". For some people aspects such as their gender change throughout their life. For others they discover who they are and it doesn't change. Either way is perfectly valid. Just go with what feels right and then things like finding a appropriate gender label become less of a scary and pressure filled task.
5 days ago
i know i am non-binary or trans, but i want to be my birth gender. i want to be a girl. not because anyone in my life is lgbtphobic, but because i just want a normal life. is that bad? to want to be a girl even though you know you aren’t one? i wish i was cis.
7 days ago
Responding to ❤️ (Sorry I’m using the wrong heart but I can’t find it in my emojis) anyway this quiz is just meant to say it you don’t have to agree with this quiz identify how you are this quiz. Just remember someone made this quiz for fun/ to help people it’s not going to be utterly accurate sometimes.
8 days ago
🦄 I am nonbinary and my dad is ✨HOMOPHOBIC✨ Very homophobic :’)
9 days ago
To Bombonsea, if you consided yourself androgynus I consider looking up terns like Agender, or anything else under the nonbinary umbrella. This was actually how i found out my gender identity. I wish you the best of luck to find a term that best suits you
9 days ago
I just took this for fun and to see how accurate it was, Im Agender and nonbinary is like an umbrella term so this was very accurate for me.
9 days ago
Help I don’t know what I am. I had identified myself as androgynous but recently I heard this term and I really don’t know what I am, by this time I consider myself as asexual but Idk if it have to do with this
10 days ago
help this quiz said im binary trans but i identify as a lesbian????
11 days ago
i am non-binary, but to provide a bit more detail from my knowledge androgynous is when you are both female and male and non-binary is when you are neither.
11 days ago
I’ve been questioning my gender a lot recently and I’m thinking I may fall somewhere under the non-binary umbrella. I’m afab and fine with she/her pronouns though I don’t feel like they are me. I’ve realized that many feminine things make me feel really uncomfortable and I’d rather not be seen as feminine. Though I’m fine with my body. However at times I want to see what it would be like to have more masculine features. Along with this if someone used he/him pronouns for me I would feel happy. And they/them are fine with me too. I’m thinking abt cutting my hair shorter and seeing how I feel and how I want to express myself. I don’t think I’m cis, though sometimes I feel connected with my birth gender and other times I feel disconnected from being female and then other times I don’t feel like a gender at all. I don’t know what I’m feeling.undefinedundefinedundefined
12 days ago
I’m so confused, I was genderfluid, then came out and then all the feeling disappeared. And I don’t feel female, more so man, but that doesn’t feel right, and Now I’m Confused :/
12 days ago
I was Afab but it just doesn’t feel right and I think I might be non binary but more Demi girl. My parents are constantly reminding me how they will love me no matter what and that they trust me but they are looking at my texts and social media and it is making me feel like They can’t trust me and I can’t trust them so it is making it harder bc I have no one to talk to about it.
Life is haaarrddddd
12 days ago
I still have no clue what I am, I just identify as Xee aka myself ✌
13 days ago
i know im transmasc enby but i keep . feeling like 🌻 over it or like its a phase or im inconveniencing others so i keep taking quizzes to reinforce what i already know * head in hands * this is 🌻
13 days ago
People each have their own number on AllTheTests so people can find them if they need to or something like that.
13 days ago
(I'm still Peter Pan even though my number changed)
13 days ago
Human, are you Kacey? You have the same number as Kacey.
14 days ago
Actually it’s similar for me I never really thought about my gender TOO much until COVID which is when I went through puberty. Now I’m pretty (almost positive) sure that I’m FluidFlux Panromantic and Asexual. I mean the way I figured it out was I started to get a bit of dysphoria not to bad and I only sometimes get it sometimes.
14 days ago
THIS is a great site I make my own test and you help
15 days ago
I have never wondered about my gender until last year, during the start of the quarantine. More and more fantasies where I was a woman arose and I started becoming increasingly uncomfortable with my body. I wonder why. I guess the quarantine caused me to focus even more on myself than before. Now I'm pretty sure I fall under non-binary.