35 Truly Inspirational Ways You Described Your Gender Presentation On the Autostraddle Reader Survey

The 2016 Autostraddle Reader Survey is underway, and we are so excited to have already heard from over 3,000 of you regarding your wants, needs, desires, and demographics. One of the survey questions asked you which of a list of terms best described your gender presentation — of course, not everybody thinks about their gender presentation at all, let alone how to ascribe one of the various labels in our giant stew of labels to themselves. But a lot of you do, and boy is it interesting! If you’re keeping track at home, you should know that currently Tomboy Femme is in the lead, with over 30% of readers feeling a lil TF in their hearts.

You were also invited to write in an answer if none of the provided answers appealed to you. Here are some of the very best write-ins that really illustrate how wonderful and totally weird y’all are!

1. Stoner Femme, Gender Confused

2. Insufficiently organised to have a consistent presentation

3. Exhausted college chic/professional physics human

4. Uh. Librarian? What’s the one with no makeup and just regular clothes?

5. Whatever Brandi Carlile is

6. Glitter Queen

7. Fancy Pony Boi

8. Cozy femme

9. I just like docs and dresses ok

10. Hypermasculine camp

11. Softest of butches

12. Executive dysfunction closeted makeup-scared femme?

13. So uncomfortable

14. Femme in the Summer, Butch in the Winter: A Seasonal Fluidity

15. A small cluster of stars

16. 14-year-old boy

17. Leg hair don’t care but actually cares a lot

18. Sloth femme

19. Gay adjunct professor/goth librarian

20. Aunt Dad

21. Granola, self-sufficient, utilitarian, rural spinster

22. Laid-back lesbian farmer

23. DOIN MY OWN FUCKIN THING

24. Athleisure meets sea-witch

25. Comfortable baggy-clothed person

26. My girlfriend likes to (very accurately so) describe me as “pastel butch”

27. Bunny dyke

28. Muppet

29. Low Femme

30. Lab Chic

31. Geek? I don’t know, I’m wearing a Wonder Woman shirt and Mickey Mouse shoes, so make of that what you will

32. Exhausted

33. FUCK I HAVE NO IDEA? USUALLY PEOPLE DON’T RECOGNIZE ME AS GAY, SO FEMME?

34. Lesbarian

35. This whole labeling thing is very American, isn’t it. I’m a woman who owns pants, chucks, skirts and mascara. Now what?


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144 Comments

  1. Sloth Femme. Whoever said that, high five, I think I found my gender identity :)

  2. I never knew that “Cozy femme” was a thing that existed and now my heart is singing because YES THAT IS ME EXACTLY!!!

    Thanks to however thought of it!

  3. This “Brawny gal who is honestly confused about how an ax functions with this outfit” wants to marry #35.

    Maybe it’s working-class chic?

  4. Femme in the Summer, Butch in the Winter: A Seasonal Fluidity.
    NOTHING HAS DESCRIBED ME MORE.

    • Borealis

      Yes!

      Me too!

      There really is something about springtime that pushes me over from “how do I make clothes from the men’s section of the store look good on me with my extreme shortness, 34H boobs, and long hair?” to “flowy flowy dresses!” and “I can sew things that actually fit me! They are cute and skimpy and made of cool woven cotton and they actually fit me! Like, they are made for my actual body! And I can make them

      Wow. I sound a lot more enthusiastic about summer, and I hate summer. Clearly, I need to learn to sew butch winter things (with sleeves). I really think that is my takeaway here.

  5. I still haven’t got over ‘space crone,’ which is not so much my presentation as my ambition.

    What’s everyone currently wearing / presenting as RIGHT NOW??? I’m currently wearing: black leggings; black long-sleeved tshirt; black oversize jumper with white geodesic allover design, which I have worn every day for a fortnight; bare feet; red cushion. So – minimal allblack space sloth?

      • YES.

        *Currently working from home in sweatpants from my alma mater, an “ask me my pronouns” shirt, and gay grandpa sweater. *

        • M.

          being sick and therefore wearing a cozy overall and my new black stay-in-home-socks

        • “working from home” as gender presentation = genius

          *Currently working from home in black/grey geometric leggings I never wear outside of the home, my ‘WE ARE YOU’ t-shirt (second day in a row), a kelly green oversized sweatshirt advertising my friend’s dad’s construction company, green/navy flannel slippers, and ponytail.*

          • I really love how Tomboy Femme seems to encapsulate my overall gender identity, but I acknowledge that my gender presentation depends a lot on the situation (which is maybe why I love Erin’s What I Wore series so much).

            Like, maybe I’m an Occasional Queer. Not that I’m occasionally queer, but that I will queer up whatever the occasion requires. Queer Occasional? Agh, I don’t think that’s going to catch on…

          • Oqueersional

          • Oqueersional and Queercassional are both excellent. I will attempt to use these in conversation now and test the results.

      • It really should be. I feel like it encompasses so much of the “black leggings, oversize black-or-grey tank top, black boots” crowd that I run with

    • Current clothing choice is a very accurate description of me, I call it the “Why the fuck do I teach an 8AM course”:

      Bright blue hat with wet hair hastily tucked in
      Black and grey knee length teacher dress
      Black open front sweater that goes to mid thigh
      Black opaque tights
      These amazing boots (that I just bought and I think I will sleep in, never loved a shoe so much. THEY ARE TOTALLY WOOL LINED AND WATERPROOF EVERYONE! )

    • Right now: tomboy femme + however many units of femme come from the blouse bow that is visible under the neckline of my sweater

      (The look: black sweater, blouse bow, gray slacks, black flats because my Jack Purcells have worn out ugh whyyyyyy, hair in ponytail & actually brushed omg)

    • Leggings with cupcakes all over them, a sweatshirt emblazoned with a Mean Girls joke but for teachers, messy ponytail, fashion/dork-frame glasses, mismatched socks. Nerd-femme!

    • lily

      ‘tired ’40’s secretary, my husband has gone to war and my girlfriend works in the office next door’ chic

  6. i can’t believe i missed the write-in option!

    i’m very fluid but i think right now it’s like non-binary femme who presents femme like gay boys do/ lazy winter masculine-of-center.

    also <3 <3 to "so uncomfortable"- been there, i see you <3

      • Wow so much of that hits home for me too, thanks for sharing!

        • Rah Carter

          Yes! I’m non-binary and kind of effeminately masculine? I’m not “manly” at all: I guess I’m fairly androgynous with the addition of a lot of glitter. But my more “feminine” aspects don’t feel “womanly” but like “effeminate queer boy”

          • YES the addition of a lot of glitter is great with any gender

  7. M.

    #1 and #4 describes me perfectly <3 also #2, brilliant! due to all those things mixed with "actually likes make-up but is too lazy" and "secret inner pin-up girl" I chose tomboy femme :D

    • Wait you put words on my actual presentation verbatim! But I have a gut shirking from tomboy femme for some reason. I feel like if “pin-up femme” could be a thing, I’m most definitely a “pin-down femme.”

      • M.

        yeah!!! that’s awesome! #pin-downfemmepower <3 I never thought there would be someone similar :D

    • M.

      I like lazy femme!! But to me, tomboy femme reflects me a bit better, bc sometimes I just do not want to be feminine, and also…like, being “feminine” for me has been coded with a lot of pressure to be “pretty” to the male gaze and to do what is expected of me from society, that’s why I identify with tomboy femme. But at the same time, I really really really want to femme it up – but always in this typical 50s pin-up style, with petticoats and polkadots and pin-up curls and stuff :)

  8. M.

    ooooh and #12 executive dysfunction buddies?

  9. aj

    #19 “Gay adjunct professor” aspiring to #34 “Lesbrarian”

    This post goes so well with the closet crisis I have on a near daily basis.

  10. Such a fabulous post! #9, #17, #18, #20, #29 and #33 all speak to my heart.

  11. If I send pictures of my day-to-day outfits, will someone else describe my gender presentation for me? Because these are all GOLD and much more creative than I could ever come up with.

    • Seriously though, this would make an awesome regular column. Straddlers send in 3-5 photos of their outfits and somebody (Erin) analyzes them and comes up with a custom gender presentation label.

      • Seconding this. OR for people who already have very specific labels they ID with it would be cool to show a broad spectrum of looks/presentations for each label (like the “what we mean when we say femme” roundtable).

  12. Also, whoever wrote ‘Whatever Brandi Carlile is’, you are the greatest and you made me laugh out loud with knowing. Her style is uh-mazing. (Seeing her in concert tonight!)

      • AMAZING!! Of course. The full band was there and they rocked out Shepard’s Bush Empire in London. Her intro to ‘Whereever is Your Heart’ was all about marrying her girl in London and how that makes her half-British now (I would be too, by those standards, as I married an English girl). And she played a new song called ‘The Mother’ about Evangeline. <3

        • OMG I Love her and Catherine’s love!And I love when she talks about it because she just beams and glows and it is amazing and I have serious Brandi feels.

          She played The Mother this summer and :wow!: incredible!

          Super glad it was great!!!

  13. There should be a post-gender presentation identification processing box in future surveys.
    For feelings and comedy reasons.

    • Is that the combo of “so exhausted” with Aunt Dad? Because that is my personal identity now that I’ve seen it writ large by someone else’s.

  14. Anastasia

    Minimalist mom-goth femme? That’s a thing, right?

  15. I’m so glad I’m not the only person who had trouble with this question. Any of the answers sounded like I feel more strongly about this than I do. I feel like I can’t call myself femme if I don’t wear makeup, which is the one fashion decision I do feel strongly about, but I’m clearly not butch.

    Anyway, I put down tomboy femme, but that sounds like a style trend, not a gender presentation. Do tomboy femmes wear skirts?

    • Kate

      Tomboy femmes wear skirts with leggings or shorts, because you never know when you might have to climb a tree or rough somebody up. (IMHO)

      • Or because then you can look professional in something that feels like pajamas? (Is the main reason I wear skirts with leggings a lot)

        Thanks for the affirmation, both of you! I love that way of thinking about gender presentation vs. style trend.

  16. I didn’t see the write-in, but if I had, I am probably a “comfortable shoes-bian.”

    • that’s me!

      i went as a galaxy for halloween, or as i like to say, the day when my outsides most match my insides.

  17. I so appreciate and can relate to the librarian-related responses

    • Yaaaas. “Does this cardigan make me look queer or like a librarian?” (I’m always looking for the answer to be “Yes to both”.)

  18. I can’t believe I missed the write-in option because my presentation (especially the 9 months of the year where rivers aren’t frozen) is “dirtbag kayaker”. And like, it is a definable presentation because multiple bartenders have called me out on being a boater this year.

  19. Ela

    Mostly entirely made up of self-loathing, neuroses, with a dollop of colorful hair on top. Or the short version, femme in summer, butch in winter, cuz I get really hot and really cold.

  20. I’m glad #14 resonated with y’all ;-).

    Please keep on the lookout for the sequel

    Gender Presentation in the Fall and Spring: Mostly Depends on Sock Choices

  21. Geeky butch. Although “14-year-old boy” also resonates with me a little too much.

  22. “Granola, self-sufficient, utilitarian, rural spinster” is my soulmate I think. HMU?

  23. 19. Gay adjunct professor/goth librarian

    i know this is one person, but they’ve also conveniently described my gf and me

    • there’s at least four people, then. I don’t know if that indicates a need for a support group or a stitch-n-bitch (without the stitches because I fail at anything involving crafts and hands)

  24. jay

    This was great!! Shows how gender is just a mix of our personality and our clothes choices!

  25. A

    Fellow skirt+sneaker wearing, usually no makeup but why not sometimes, these are just clothes OK?!, girly but not THAT girly peeps: let’s make Low Femme happen! Because like, yes definitely femme… But not High Femme.

    I don’t remember if I filled this survey in and kindof hope I didn’t because I don’t want to be the only low femme! Come join me!

    • I like Low Femme too, and I think it at least sort of describes me. I mean, High Femme is a thing, so it stands to reason that it should have a counterpart.

    • I can’t remember what I put but if I didn’t put “low femme” I should’ve.

    • Low femme is def a thing. We use it to describe Best Friends fashion.

  26. Executive dysfunction closeted makeup-scared femme? | Gay adjunct professor/goth librarian | Exhausted

    I feel these three on a higher level than previously thought possible

  27. I didn’t see the option to describe (I don’t think) but I’m pretty sure I’m “Cozy Witchy Femme”.

  28. I just picked “feminine of center” on the survey. It seems accurate enough, and I don’t think I have a distinctive enough style to really warrant much of a description. I’m kind of in a phase where I hate all of my clothes..lol.

  29. Putting the fun in dysfunctional

    I’ve never commented on this site despite lurking for three-ish years, but as the executive-dysfunctional closeted make-up scared femme in question this was literally the highest honour I’ve ever been given oh my gosh

    The best things about being dyspraxic are my inability to put itchy and confusing powders on my face without crying and ruining my wonky eyeliner, struggling to put on a bra, and only getting my haircut every 4 years because I honestly forget I have hair. Thank you

    • M.

      fellow dyspraxic here! I feel you! on bras: people kind of always think that being a lesbian, aka mostly sleeping with other bra-wearing people, I must know how to open them, but…I just can’t and everytime that this comes up I feel really un-sexy.

    • I got diagnosed with dyspraxia as a kid but I’m not sure if that got cancelled out by my later autism diagnosis? Either way, I totally relate to the whole “being femme requires fine motor skills that I just do not seem to possess”concept. As proven by my hair that I never do anything with other than sometimes stick in the most pathetic sloppiest ponytail you have ever seen. Also, I would probably never get my hair cut if my mother didn’t insist on making sure that I get one every year. At which point I get as much chopped off as I can tolerate (hair touching the top of my shoulders rather than sitting behind them), feel very strange for the next six weeks or so, and then gradually adjust.

      On the subject of bras, I’m sure you must have come across this tactic, but just in case, have you tried putting it on back to front (so with the clasp on the front) and then swivelling it around before putting your arms through the straps? That’s how my mom taught me, and I’m always surprised by how many people struggle through doing it the much trickier other way.

    • Putting the fun in dysfunctional

      I have been doing the reverse bra technique since I was old enough to have one. So unnecessarily fiddly. Not (yet) a psychologist but one diagnosis shouldn’t cancel out another! I don’t think? Especially since (this is coming from a very personal not professional opinion) developmental disorders have almost the same core difficulties, just differences in how they ‘present’ (so for us dyspraxics, motor skills are more prominent). But, I feel your pain none the less.

      To be honest I have no fashion sense. I love florals (subtle But I’m A Cheerleader reference) but only wear dark clothes because I am messy as heck and, as unsexy as not knowing how to undo a bra may be, multiple food stains are even less sexy. Unless you are super into clumsiness and tomato sauce I guess.

      • Oh my god so much same. I really do try to not make a mess, but food just seems to have a mind of its own sometimes. As for fashion sense, I just blank out so much at the concept. It all seems so very complicated, and my life is complicated enough as it is, thanks! I haven’t got enough space in my brain to deal with everything that would go into attempting to actually have a Style.

        As for the diagnosis stuff…honestly I kinda dread filling out any disability related forms because I honestly don’t know at this point which things I’m meant to include/not include. Like, if all the traits that got me a dyspraxia diagnosis are covered by an autism diagnosis, do I still have dyspraxia? Or is it just autism including issues with motor skills? And that’s before you even look at any of the ADHD overlap. Developmental disorders really are just a case of grabbing a handful from the same bag of difficulties and then tuning the relative intensity of each issue. And nobody seems to be able to agree on which disorders can exist side by side (I had to fight for the ADHD diagnosis because the team I was with at the time were convinced that you couldn’t have both ADHD and autism). It’s all so very very messy (like me I guess!)

        • Putting the fun in dysfunctional

          Fashion is so complicated? Why is everything a different size but also allegedly the same size? Why can I never remember to return items that clearly don’t fit me? Why can I never find the only pair of leggings without holes in it in my floordrobe? WHY ARE LABELS SO UNCOMFORTABLE (I meant literal labels that are sewn into clothes but I guess it can also apply to identity)

          On top of dyspraxia I’ve also been diagnosed with a handful of personality disorders (a whole other cluster f***) but there was a movement a few years ago to scrap all the individual diagnoses and to instead diagnose someone with a personality disorder with xyz features. For instance, personality disorder with borderline features. It sort of makes sense that something similar could apply to developmental disorders- developmental disorder with dyspraxic/autistic/ADHD features. Part of me thinks this is sensible, particularly because it would mean each person would have to be treated with regard to their specific needs and issues. But the other part of me loves having specific diagnoses because a) I fought hard enough to get them, b) I actually do like labels because they make sense of the chaos and c) I know other people feel their diagnoses are particularly meaningful and wouldn’t want that taken away. So… what the heck does it all meeean

          • What the heck does it all mean indeed! I think the recent merging of asperger’s/autism/pervasive developmental disorder into one autism spectrum diagnosis is probably a step in that direction, but it’ll be interesting to see how far that kind of merging will go. And like with so many things, it’s that tug of war between logical systems and human emotional needs. (Actually now that I think about it, a switch to that kind of diagnostic model could potentially be hugely beneficial in reducing gender bias in diagnosing! ADHD and autism are both significantly underdiagnosed in girls, because diagnostic criteria has historically failed to recognise the differences in how girls tend to present compared to boys. If the focus was on identifying strengths and weaknesses rather than trying to figure out which name (and accompanying stereotypes) was the best match, girls might have a better chance at being properly assessed? Maybe?)

            And yes to everything you said about fashion, but also if you are buying clothes with the intention of using them in specific combinations, rather than a mostly interchangeable mass of jeans and tshirts, then how on earth are you supposed to stay organised enough to ensure that the correct groups of items are all clean at the same time?

    • oh my god. I do the hair thing. It confuses the heck out of everyone I know. “You only get your hair cut once a year? “Well…yeah, thats mostly because I make plans to, forget for several months, realize a few months have passed, shrug it off–repeat”. Most of the time its someone else who makes sure I go.

      /shrug there is hair on my head?

      • Lex

        Um I have no idea how long your hair was, but my hair is unusually long and I feel pressure to keep it up in a bun because of how people react when it’s down in public (rude question and touching or attempting touching) in way shape or form as well as pressure from some people who know it’s true length to have it down. They’re like “it’s always up, why not cut it” and when I say “no” then they go on the offensive telling me how pretty my hair is and how “it’s a shame you hide you pretty you are, don’t you want people to see the real you” at which point my responses boil down to fuck the hell off.

        So I empathize.

        Also I cut a lock off the underside to the scalp for funerary reasons and have suffered the lack of control one hair with short hairs.

        The short hair = less expensive(b/c less shampoo) is ridiculous and cannot be evenly applied to all the variations of human hair.
        Unless the short hair in question is an induction cut buzz.

      • Oh my god yes! Short hair is only less work if you would be actively styling long hair!

    • Putting the fun in dysfunctional

      Pretty sure the Hair Dilemma has been plaguing executive-dysfunction folks forever. Am planning to go to my brothers barbers to get my hair cut short-short (we all have our parents sort of wavy sort of ringlet sort of straight hair) because I can’t stand having long hair. It’s currently past my shoulders (the last time I had it cut I got a bob, for some perspective on how long it takes me to organise appointments). If it isn’t tied up, it irritates the ever loving crap out of me!

      Why do hairdressers keep underestimating how little I am realistically going to be able to do with my hair? I never blow dry it, or brush it, or put product in, or really do anything but put it up in a bun far away from my face. There must be a cut (short of a buzz) where you literally don’t have to do anything for maintenance

      • Yes, they call it a pixie and it helps to have a few photos of basic pixies without variations. And you have to cultivate a person who understands your desire to never do anything. And get it cut every 6 weeks or so. 8 is shaggy and 12 means it’s in my eyes too much.

        But yes, if you have agreeable hair, you can then wash, rub with towel and leave. Styling product over-rated.

        It’s cheaper because people who care about long hair get it trimmed often too. And then they do things like blow it out, or color it, or…??? And those are more expensive. You also don’t need hair do-dads. But if you did nothing with long hair, doing nothing with short hair is more expensive if you have to pay for haircuts.

    • I’m not femme [or rather I’m not a woman but non-binary] but I’m here for fellow dyspraxics. I used to avoid getting my hair cut because getting all those hairs all over me gives me sensory problems. I used to avoid showering as a kid for the same reason. I do also frequently spill food down myself, how are other people so clean?!

  30. Gem

    Cozy femme!
    I love it!
    But also, comfy femme, amiright?

  31. Clearly changing my major to library science was the thing to do. :D

  32. Well damn. Now I regret not taking more time with that question. I went with Tomboy Femme, but really “less femme than I’m willing to admit” is probably more accurate. Or alternatively, “the only actually femme thing about me is the length of my hair, and the rare special occasion dress that I debate and stress over incessantly before giving in despite not actually disliking it when I’m wearing it”. Or perhaps just “exhausted nerd living in executive dysfunction central” ??

  33. so initially i had written in “softest of butches” but looking at this now i realize i am also “4. Uh. Librarian? What’s the one with no makeup and just regular clothes?” and “21. Granola, self-sufficient, utilitarian, rural spinster” and “6. Glitter Queen.” gender is amazing. and i love all of yall

  34. #2 #13 #17 and #32.

    I think my answer was something like Tomboy Femme but not really Femme.

  35. Mine was ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ and I’m so happy to know how many of you share that sentiment (or thereabouts).

  36. cleo

    Is there a term for being kind of femme for a woman who dates women at the same as being kind of butch for a woman who dates men?*

    I mean, I present more or less the same no matter who I’m dating (comfy shoes, layered bob haircut, no make-up, sun dresses, cargo shorts / pants, fitted tops), but I feel like I sort of straddle the center in a way that’s hard to describe.

    *If there’s not a term, I need one:

    Bi-lateral?
    Bi of center?
    Bi-moderate?
    Bi and not bothered
    Tom-bi femme?

  37. I am lab chic but I would like to be whatever Brandi Carlile is. Unfortunately I think Brandi Carlile is the only one allowed to wear a fedora in public.

  38. I don’t remember if I saw an option…but now that I think about it, mine would be “Tshirt and underwear” whilst not out in public…and “comfy clothes, always” otherwise. I own an impressive amount of sweat pants, but more fashionable than the sweatpants in the 90s, so I feel less guilty about it. Hoodies and sweat pants would be my life if I lived in a climate that was 65 year round.

    Also the fact that I wear a uniform to work, and have for the past 13 years means I never need to buy “real” clothes.

    And derby. No “real” clothes for that either!

  39. Katie

    I genuinely appreciate how many people on here consider “librarian” to be part of their gender-identity. Let’s be friends.

  40. I tend to be a Lazy Femme. In that I’m all “omg look at that cute dress I want to wear at some point” but also “I would rather gouge my eyes out than wear heels except to the fanciest of fancy occasions” and “I guess I’ll shave my legs for that dress I’m wearing to Hamilton but then not again for 4-5 months probably” and also “ties are rad, I like ties,” when really most days I’m like “jeans and t-shirts are comfy and low stress, let’s do that again” and I’ll also wear eyeliner and mascara but no lipstick because let’s not get carried away here.

  41. Huh. I never gave much thought about this question. I don’t feel the need to label myself I guess.

  42. Kay

    Oh god. “19. Gay adjunct professor/goth librarian” – can I just say that I am in love with that description? It sounds exactly like someone I have been waiting my whole life for. And probably die before I meet them.

  43. Sea

    Rural spinster sums up my life and my presentation to a T. Thank you, Internet stranger!

  44. Ok this all makes me want to put a LOT more thought into my own gender descriptors :-)

  45. Ileana Ortiz

    I like to describe myself as an androgynous Bowtie Lesbian who mistakenly gets hit on by gay men on a regular basis.

  46. Elaine

    #23 OR

    #⚒ non-binary, bicycle loving, hipster-trash, with philosophy minor, psychology major who will psycho-analyze you in the 1st hour of meeting you. object undefined. floating in the eternal ephemeral universe without a liferaft.

    Too specific?

  47. Hoodies and short hair. I love both of these things, both on myself and others.

  48. “17. Leg hair don’t care but actually cares a lot”

    this person is possibly my soul mate

  49. 24. Athleisure meets sea-witch

    I have never felt so seen as I do in this moment

  50. Sam

    those butch coded video game characters that you can’t romance as a female character (or unconfirmed gay) but like travelsized and slightly more femme and you can only romance me as a female/nb character

    That’s my gender representation.

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