Could you be trans?

Could you be trans?

This is not a quiz to define your gender, or even tell you if you are certainly trans or not, merely if you should question if you are cisgender.

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Think long and hard, are you happy with the pronouns you are usually addressed with?

Think long and hard, are you happy with the pronouns you are usually addressed with?
I am addressed as she/her and I am happy with that
I am addressed as he/him and I am happy with that
I am addressed as she/her and I would like to be called by he/him or they/them or other neo pronouns
I am addressed as he/him and I would like to be called by she/her or they/them or other neo pronouns
I am fine with any pronouns

Have you ever questioned your gender before?

Have you ever questioned your gender before?
No I have not and I don't feel any different thinking about it now
No I have not and I'm feeling a little conflicted right now
Yes I have but I haven't really felt anything on the subject
Yes I have and I'm still finding my gender

What is your personal opinion on transgender people?

I don't feel affected by the whole thing
I think transgender people are brave for admitting who they are in this transphobic world
I don't know anyone that is out as trans, but I still respect their struggle

Are you aware of other genders than male/female?

Are you aware of other genders than male/female?
No, I thought there were only two genders
I was aware that there were but I never put any research into them
I research them quite a lot. Nonbinary genders are fascinating to me

Think about your future, are you happy with a life as your birth-assigned gender?

Yes. I see myself as living for the rest of my life as my birth-assigned gender
I feel like I would be happier living my life as a different gender
I don't really care either way. I'm happy in any gender scenario I can think of

Do you feel more confident dressing like the stereotypical man or woman? AMAB means assigned male at birth and AFAB means assigned female at birth.

Do you feel more confident dressing like the stereotypical man or woman? AMAB means assigned male at birth and AFAB means assigned female at birth.
I am AMAB, and I feel more comfortable wearing or thinking about wearing typical female clothes.
I am AFAB, and I feel more comfortable wearing or thinking about wearing typical male clothes.
I am AFAB and I feel more comfortable wearing or thinking about wearing typical female clothes.
I am AMAB, and I feel more comfortable wearing or thinking about wearing typical male clothes.
I do not think I am male or female