Should I Take A “What is my gender identity Test or Quiz”?

How often do you find yourself questioning your true gender? or asking yourself “What is my gender identity”? 

We DON’T recommend taking a “What is my gender identity test or quiz” you find on the internet, as they often are NOT backed by facts, research, or give any genuine and clear indications which gender you truly are.

Instead of taking a “What is my gender identity quiz or test” , we at ANZPath, highly recommend using Pride Counseling for professional gender therapy to get you more clarity on where you might be on the gender spectrum.

A licensed therapist knows how to help you based on experience and education.

Fill out this questionnaire at Pride Counseling to get matched with a therapist that suits you.

You can discover answers to some frequently asked questions from those that find themselves as gender questioning as below.

gender questioning quiz

To be clear, the therapists mentioned on this page are not necessarily an LGBTQIA+ individual themselves. They are however "LGBTQIA+ friendly therapists" and are open, welcoming, and supportive towards LGBTQIA+ people.

FAQ for the “Gender Questioning Quiz or Test”

What Is Meant by the Definition of Gender Identity?

We have been assigned the label of gender identity by society, however more and more genders are accepted in the current world. Your gender identification is simply the gender you feel comfortable being assigned.

Which gender identities do people nowadays have?

There are many genders today some and not all are:

  • Agender
  • Bigender
  • Cisgender
  • Genderfluid
  • Nonbinary
  • Transgender 

Why not just stick to male or female? 

The idea that there are only two genders, male and female, is known as the gender binary. However, not all people identify as male or female, and many people who do identify as male or female do not fit neatly into the categories of “man” and “woman” respectively.

For example, some people may identify as genderqueer, non-binary, or gender non-conforming, meaning that they do not identify as solely male or female.

Can You Define Demigender and Agender?

Demigender is a term that is used to describe a gender identity that is partially, but not fully, one or more genders. For example, a person who identifies as demigender may feel a partial connection to the gender binary (male and female), or they may feel partially connected to a non-binary gender.

Agender is a term that is used to describe a gender identity that is not associated with any gender.

Agender individuals may feel that they have no gender, or that their gender is neutral or absent.

Agender is often used as a non-binary gender identity, and it can be seen as a rejection of the gender binary (male and female).


Can People Change Their Genders?

Yes, it is possible for people to change their gender. There are many ways in which a person can do this, such as through hormone therapy, surgery, or other medical procedures.

Some people may choose to change their gender to better align with their gender identity, while others may do so for medical reasons.

It is important to note, however, that not all people who identify as transgender choose to undergo gender-affirming medical treatment, and that being transgender is not dependent on medical procedures.


Why do we recommend seeing a therapist instead of taking a quiz or test?

Professional medical advice can not be inferred from the results of tests or quizzes as they have not been evaluated by trained physicians. 

We at ANZPath, suggest it is the best to consult a gender therapist.

A therapist will be solely focusing on your own specific issues and it won’t be a cookie cutter quiz that is made for thousands of people. 

How To Identify Your Gender?

This video could be useful if you’re questioning your gender.