Lesbian is such a comfortable term to me. This is one of the few identities that I'm 100% in - I know that I love women. In terms of how it relates to my gender, if I could, I would also use the term "Lesbian" to describe it! Or Dyke. Or Sapphic. I just really love women, and my love of women is what makes my gender non-conforming.
I like the word "non-binary". I like it when people call me a girlboss, or when people call me a little guy. Sometimes, I like having a big chest - sometimes I really don't. It makes me happy to know that I don't 100% have to fit into the gender binary if I don't want to! One more thing; if you have a problem with me identifying as both a lesbian and non-binary, then perhaps you should educate yourself on queer history.
It's nice to call myself trans. Though, I don't really want to stick anything else to it (like transfem or transmasc) because while I've always sort-of identified with my agab - there's times where I feel like I'm being forced to 'perform' as something I'm not. Honestly, if I could, I'd go on T; but only if I could pick and choose what I wanted. Either way, the trans community feels very dear to my heart. It's comforting.
I have PCOS. That's all there is to this, really. I do have a feeling that a lot of my dysphoria and gender questioning comes from being intersex - which is a good thing and a bad thing! I have trouble being like "oh, THIS is what made me non-binary as a kid" because I really never had that moment. Being intersex gives me that moment, you know? I dunno, it makes me feel like I'm not being silly about all of this.
There isn't much to this one either. If someone asked "are you queer?" I'd respond with a "yes".