When we consider the Genderbread handout, things aren’t nearly as black & white as perhaps once perceived. And again, I find my lack of knowledge and experience to leave me with a feeling of ignorance. Honestly, it isn’t a good feeling. I always felt accepting of differences in others, however, when laid out like this, I feel completely lost and out of touch. I myself, identify as female, and use the pronouns she/her, but when you consider the “slider for a trait” it isn’t as easily described as an on/off switch. For example, I am more feminine, however sometimes, I prefer a masculine shirt. Does that now make it more fluid? I was brought up more in a “redneck” community, but never felt hate or disdain. If you are a good and kind person, it makes no difference to me who you love or are attracted to. It matters to me if you are an asshole or not. I recently saw a meme that had a poster that said “I love you. If you can hate for no reason, I can love for no reason”. I love this… as it is how I feel. Perhaps I am missing the point here, or overthinking.