Refugee in Belgium

Another thing that is very complicated for me is the fact that in communities I feel like I am accepted as a non-binary person but no one really understands it, or tolerates it altogether. I am often told "No worries, I accept you as non-binary" but then people don't make an effort and try to understand it a bit better. I think it's very important that we all understand each other, that we are caring and respectful. If I take the time to explain to you how I identify, accept and respect it instead of discussing it and looking for an answer. The most important thing is to feel happy with others even if you don't always understand everything. It's to stop trying to put people in boxes in order to understand, but rather to accept the integrity of the person, even if it is complex.