being plural makes gender... interesting

one of us is non-binary (sie prefers the term "gender-ambivalent"), at least one is agender, one is Quite Male (his choice of term), four are definitely women, one more is not-applicable-but-she-pronouns-or-else, the cat's a boycat...

as a system / interacting with the world, "nonbinary" is the only possible way to identify - yet overall we would much rather have been so in a body shaped in a way that would have been designated female at birth

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Plural Café is a community for plural systems and plural-friendly singlets alike, that hopes to foster a safe place for finding and interacting with other systems in the Mastodon fediverse.