By Fiona WalkerReporter, BBC Scotland Investigates
Two teens talk to BBC Scotland about their connection with being non-binary, those who try not to determine as female or male.
"that which you have actually in the middle of your feet does not move you to what you're," says 'J'.
J and another Scottish teenager, whom we are calling 'Fionn', had been both born feminine. They will have talked anonymously towards the BBC about being non-binary - an individual who does not feel female or male.
The 2 are section of a support team run by LGBT Youth Scotland, which represents lesbian, homosexual, transgender and bisexual individuals. The charity states a number that is rising of individuals in Scotland feel neither male nor female.
Fionn identifies as "gender fluid". The 16-year-old remembers really plainly the first discussion they had about sex identity.
"I happened to be speaking with a pal, and stated I do not understand if i am a kid or a woman. She explained there is an expressed term for the. We believe I had been 12 at that time, plus it had been a concept that is fairly new.
"My sex may differ, from pinpointing as a combination between a child and a lady. We'll get up and I also'll resemble, 'personally i think similar to this today'."