I believe that gender is a product of socialization, and therefore you cannot be of a gender that isn't recognized by society.
I get trans women/men, because they essentially are assigned to one out of the two recognized genders (male/female) but identifiy themselves and want to be socially recognized as the opposite.
Non-binary genders aren't really a part of society. There are no gender roles for a "demi-boy" or a "agender" person.
It makes no sense that someone wants to be recognized in one of these categories because these categories essentially don't exist to society.
How is it not just a term for saying that you **act** outside the gender norms that wew assigned to you? How can one **identify** with these genders if there is no such thing as a social product?
And if it is indeed just about behaviour/ how is this not offensive towards trans people? How is this not trivializing gender identity??