I can't vouch for the rest of humanity, but the general assumption is no one gives a ****(Original post by Anonymous)
As someone starting uni this September I'm a bit worried about the level of open mindedness.
I'm a person who doesn't identify strongly as male or female and I use the term nonbinary (and they/them pronouns).
I don't want people not to take me seriously but I also don't want to have to hide this part of myself for my entire time at uni.
Does anyone have any advice/opinions of their own? If you were in my situation or if you were someone I met - what would your thoughts be if I told you this?
Thanks for any help!
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