I enjoy philosophy. I also enjoy music. So when a song is titled "Post Youth", I think of postmodernism. And then I think of other terms that I feel would fit the 'post' category. As vague as postmodernism can be, I feel that it can provide a great example for those of us gender or sexual deviants (I use this term without negative connotation, but rather as literally "those who deviate"), especially when looking past androgyny or asexuality. I've never been a fan of labels because of their lack of being able to fit a large group of people (or those who don't fall into the traditional categories) but I do feel that I can and will label myself "Post Gender"
Now, with post gender, I say that this silly 'masculine' and 'feminine' shit that ends up being the norm ends up draining us that have to look to find out who the hell we are. Post gender is beyond the petty identification of physical, personality, and mental traits and just allows us to be who we are: a human that is a construction of the many influences of gender that culminates in some unbalanced individual. The traditional male and female archetypes perpetrated by the culture (specifically of my own, the American one) are constantly being attacked from all sides, but still it feels like I must choose between the two or even something else. Transgender? I don't fit the traditional trans narrative either. So I feel that the best way to go is past the gender and just be someone who is learning and accepting their gender. The depth of who I am and what my gender is is deeper than the categories that have been given to me, so I reject them.
I am post gender