Biologically I'm male, but I identify as androgyne.
I find gender roles limiting to my personal growth, so I assume a genderless identity.
Originally Posted by Cochonette
I've thought about telling people I am a man online for an experiment... I want to see if women generally treat me differently.
When not stating my gender explicitly online, people tend to assume I'm either male or female. I can't say much for women, but men talk to women much differently than they do to other men. It's hard to generalize, but men speak in ways that connect more with women, whereas when talking to other men they are more critical and closed-off.