Are You Non-Binary?

It means something different for everyone, so keep that in mind as you continue reading. I’m going to attempt to create a jumping point to learn for those who are questioning their own identity or just exploring. If you are questioning your gender, know that you are not alone. You’ll figure it out, and hopefullyContinue reading “Are You Non-Binary?”

My Dysphoria

For me, dysphoria is hard to understand and describe. I didn’t realize until recently that I’m non-binary, and even then I thought I wasn’t allowed to claim the word transgender. I thought dysphoria meant that you wanted a full transition and that’s all. I didn’t know that not all transgender people experience it or thatContinue reading “My Dysphoria”

What is Neurogender?

Neurogender is a term used to describe any gender identities that are affected by or connected to one’s neurotype. It is a lesser known subset of gender identities, and a highly controversial one. Since there are not many resources on neurogender, I’m mostly going to write about what I’ve observed. What I’ve seen a lotContinue reading “What is Neurogender?”

Introducing Me!

Hello there! My name is Sam Sagar. I am an Indian, queer, non-binary person with an undiagnosed chronic illness and ADHD. I’ve struggled my whole life with each of these identities, trying to squish myself into the boxes society gave me. Together, I hope we can learn how to get rid of those boxes and address personal identity and the related hurdles in a healthy, functional way.

A World of Boxes

Gender, ability, illness, race, age, sexuality, religion. There are so many boxes in this world. Each word is meant to be a descriptor, yet society tends to use these terms as definers. Imagine this: You hold your personality, appearance, thoughts, ideas, really every piece of what makes you who you are in the form ofContinue reading “A World of Boxes”