Syndrome Suffering Girl Now Feels ‘Agender,’ ‘Non-Human’

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Jareth explained that she felt "other worldly" and not fitting in with people she referred to as "humans" as if different from herself, starting when she was diagnosed with Vascular EDS, which includes a prognosis of a substantially shortened lifespan. "After coming out as transgender and believing I had finally found myself, I realized I was wrong - I wasn’t male or female, or even human," she said. (Instagram photo)

The Daily Mail – A 33-year-old, who was born [female] . . . before transitioning [as if male] . . . revealed that they think they [don’t] belong to any gender, and is an alien.

Jareth Nebula, from Edmonds, Washington, transitioned from female to [as if male] and changed [her] name at the age of 29. The barber shop receptionist who also works as a model has even gone as far as having [her] nipples removed in order to feel less human.

According to the Mirror, Jareth identifies as agender, which translates to “without gender,” and [she] prefers to be referred to with the pronoun “they.” [She] named [herself] after the character played by David Bowie in the 1986 musical fantasy Labyrinth.

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