I am otherworldly’: Ex-transgender man, 33, who now identifies as an ‘agender ALIEN’ reveals they have had their nipples and eyebrows REMOVED to look ‘less human’
- Jareth Nebula was born a woman but then transitioned to a man when they were 29-years-old
- The Washington-native, who works as a barber’s shop receptionist, said after transitioning into a man, they still didn’t feel right
- The 33-year-old said they didn’t ‘feel comfortable’ as either gender
- Therefore, when Jareth learned about the term agender – which translates to without gender – they applied this to themselves
- Jareth decided to refer to themselves as an agender alien, and now sports a totally new alien-like look
- In order to appear ‘less human’, Jareth has had their nipples removed, and sports a number of facial piercings and wears alien-like makeup looks
- Jareth is agender, and prefers to be referred to with the pronoun ‘they’
According to the Mirror, Jareth, who identifies as agender – which translates to ‘without gender’ – and prefers to be referred to with the pronoun they, named himself after the character played by David Bowie in the 1986 musical fantasy Labyrinth.
Unlike the term gender-fluid – which refers to a person’s whose gender identity is not fixed, or a person who feel they are a mix of both genders – agender typically refers to being gender-less, without a gender, or gender neutral.
Explaining their transition journey, Jareth said: ‘After coming out as transgender and believing I had finally found myself, I realised I was wrong – I wasn’t male or female, or even human.
‘I don’t think or feel like humans. I can’t really explain it to others – I’m simply otherworldly.
‘I didn’t feel comfortable as either gender or even anything in between. I know I’m stuck in a human form and that’s how I’m perceived by others – but to me, I’m an alien with no gender,’ he added.
‘I thought being a trans man would solve all of my issues and inner battles with finding out who I was, but I wasn’t as happy as I expected to be,’ they said.
‘I felt like I was trying to fit into someone else’s box. I didn’t want to be constrained – that’s when I discovered what agender was.
‘I’d always been obsessed with aliens, too, and what it means to be extraterrestrial, so the idea of being an agender alien fit perfectly as an identity for me,’ they added.
‘People treat me like a freak because I’m an alien, but it’s a completely valid thing to call yourself,’ Jareth explained.
‘Who is anyone to tell you who you can or can’t be? If someone wants to identify as anything, even an animal, let them.
‘I feel sorry for people who attack me online. I think they lack empathy and just want to target me, so I deal with it pretty well by brushing it off.
Jareth added: I’m happy with who I am and will continue to become more alien-like every day.’ “everyone did what was right in his own eyes” Judges 21:25