Which Gender Am I?

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Let's face it - gender can be confusing. You wouldn't be here if you didn't think so, too. I know how it feels, which is why I created this quiz. Hopefully, it can help you navigate this dilemma.

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    Which gender were you assigned at birth, and how do you feel about it now?
    Which gender were you assigned at birth, and how do you feel about it now?

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Comments (185)


8 hours ago
I wish this test was more inclusive. There are a lot more gender identities and I identify as genderfluid, not pangender.
3 days ago
it said i was agender and i dont know what that is.
3 days ago
Hi i took this test and it said i was boy that i feel like and dress like a boy. Sure i dress like I am a boy but i dont feel like one. Ive always felt like im more female then male. And I feel somewhat uncomfortable being a boy sadly :(
3 days ago
im a girly girl but i got boy
4 days ago
This says im agender but I've always felt more masculine then anything so i myself don't trust this quiz so yeah that's all
6 days ago
I am NOT a male!
I was born a female, I grew up as a female and I'm VERY comfortable as a woman! I Am A Woman!
9 days ago
this is the weirdest test I took
9 days ago
I got agender don’t know what that means
but hi
11 days ago
it says i'm bigender, it's not true, i don't feel male.
13 days ago
Hi! Im robin! So, this test says im agender (probs right but anyway) but i identify as a trans boi.
Btw, gender isnt whats between ur legs. Gender expression and gender identity are completely different things!
If u have anything rude to say about ANYONE in LGBTQI+ then keep it too ur self.
17 days ago
Also, how ironic that these quizzes have those "male and/or female" icons next to the quiz name
17 days ago
I'm a girl but I'm a tomboy, and I feel like I'd be more comfortable and confident if I was actually a boy. But I like a boy, and I'm not sure if he likes me, but I know he's straight. This quiz says I was agender. I didn't even know that was a thing! I thought it was either male, female, or non binary.
17 days ago
i am 14 and single lookign that boy, just kidding this is stupid go read the Bible.
17 days ago
You guys are 💗. You are female or male. The rest is Al sexual orientation, male who like men, is gay sexual orientation. Female who likes both men and women, is bi sexual, again sexual orientation. Stop doing this stupid stuff, and do something useful with your life. Oh and that thing between your legs? That's what determine what "gender" you are. You have a 💗 you're a male, a 💗? You're a female.
19 days ago
It says I'm bigender, and it's kind of it, but I'm not female and male, I'm more like male and non-binary (so demiboy is more accurate), but the test was really interesting !
20 days ago
It’s totally fine whatever gender you are but beware of this before thinking you don’t fit the binary: dysphoria and hating your body is not the same thing. It says here I’m queer but nope, I don’t actually hate my gender I just hate myself lol
20 days ago
Straight from the dictionary

Are gender and💗the same? Usage Guide

The words💗and gender have a long and intertwined history. In the 15th century gender expanded from its use as a term for a grammatical subclass to join💗in referring to either of the two primary biological forms of a species, a meaning💗has had since the 14th century; phrases like "the male sex" and "the female gender" are both grounded in uses established for more than five centuries. In the 20th century💗and gender each acquired new uses.💗developed its "sexual intercourse" meaning in the early part of the century (now its more common meaning), and a few decades later gender gained a meaning referring to the behavioral, cultural, or psychological traits typically associated with one sex, as in "gender roles." Later in the century, gender also came to have application in two closely related compound terms: gender identity refers to a person's internal sense of being male, female, some combination of male and female, or neither male nor female; gender expression refers to the physical and behavioral manifestations of one's gender identity. By the end of the century gender by itself was being used as a synonym of gender identity. Among those who study gender and sexuality, a clear delineation between💗and gender is typically prescribed, with💗as the preferred term for biological forms, and gender limited to its meanings involving behavioral, cultural, and psychological traits. In this dichotomy, the terms male and female relate only to biological forms (sex), while the terms masculine/masculinity, feminine/femininity, woman/girl, and man/boy relate only to psychological and sociocultural traits (gender). This delineation also tends to be observed in technical and medical contexts, with the term💗referring to biological forms in such phrases as💗hormones,💗organs, and biological 💗 But in nonmedical and nontechnical contexts, there is no clear delineation, and the status of the words remains complicated. Often when comparisons explicitly between male and female people are made, we see the term gender employed, with that term dominating in such collocations as gender differences, gender gap, gender equality, gender bias, and gender relations. It is likely that gender is applied in such contexts because of its psychological and sociocultural meanings, the word's duality making it dually useful. The fact remains that it is often applied in such cases against the prescribed use. Usage of💗and gender is by no means settled. For example, while discrimination was far more often paired with💗from the 1960s through the 20th century and into the 21st, the phrase gender discrimination has been steadily increasing in use since the 1980s and is on track to become the dominant collocation. Currently both terms are sometimes employed with their intended synonymy made explicit: sex/gender discrimination, gender (sex) discrimination.
20 days ago
There are more than 2 genders. Male and female can be used to identify gender but actually those 2 aren't typically "Genders". Those are sexes. Gender is how a specific person identifies,💗is what you were born with, and even then the statement is incorrect as some people can be born with both male and female genitalia. This is known as inter💗 Before saying "there are only 2 genders" instead think " There are usually 2 SEXES and possibly 3, however there can be an infinite amount of genders as everyone is unique and has THEIR own identity"
20 days ago
Here I am trying to figure out what I am and I already struggle with the first question
21 days ago
pangender - i think this describes me because i'm usually changing genders.