Hi there! I currently do allstar cheerleading with my local gym, we have our first competition this month and I'm super excited! The only problem is... I've recently come out as genderfluid/non binary. Cheerleading itself is a very feminine sport, but despite that, I am going to continue it. For those who are confused, I basically hate being a girl. I'm not a boy, but I'm not girl. I'm usually somewhere in the middle, but there are some days where I feel like I'm leaning more to one side. I'm going to try and shoot for a more androgynous look in 2017. I really want to cut my hair into a pixie cut, but I won't be able to wear our bows. Do you think this will be okay? The hair I currently have now just feels so wrong. Also, next season I'm going to ask to get a boys uniform instead of a girls. I've seen what they look like and I think that they fit me better than the crop tops and shorts the girls have. Do you think my coaches will be okay with all these changes? Or will they deny my gender identity? I also want to bind my chest but I'm not sure if they'd be okay with that either. If they aren't, then it's their loss, but how can I cope with this? I'm just sick of being a girl. If anyone has any experience on this, some advice would be much appreciated. Or maybe you could just share your own stories that are similar, I feel like the only one in the world. TLR I'm genderfluid and I want to know if the reaction from my coaches will be good or bad regarding my transition.