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www.intersexequality.com/how-intersex-people-identify

Also, humans are required to legally identify their gender, and almost all languages use pronouns that are gendered in some way, so even if one wants to be genderless, it’s not yet entirely possible to escape identifying our gender, or having it identified for us. Here, then, is a breakdown of the three main ways in which Intersex people “identify” our gender. Some intersex people identify with th...

changingminds.org/explanations/needs/identity.htm

We also identify ourselves through our memories and any form or recall, especially of personal and emotionally significant events, younger days and other nostalgia offers further clues to a person's sense of identity.

www.quora.com/How-do-people-define-their-identity

A person defines their identity by the sum of the things they think are true about themselves: 'I am this, and this, and this, and not that, and that, and that'. I guess that part of growing up is the realisation that what you've always done is not necessarily what you want to keep doing, let alone 'who you are'. 530 views

www.bartleby.com/essay/The-Most-Common-Ways-People-Identify-Themselves-P33S9...

Race is one of the most common ways people identify themselves. There are different advantages and disadvantages associated with different races. People are often judged on how they look and act. Some people benefit more than others just based on race.

www.authentic-self.com/self-identity.html

from childhood through the teenage years, then we identify with our career orientation, then we go into relationships, maybe parenthood, then on through those busy years toward midlife and then the empty nest, forward to our senior years. The basis for our identity begins with our family of origin and any family history that is known to us.

www.takepart.com/article/2015/09/06/how-do-you-self-identify

The initiative, called #SelfID, asked 38 people to share their stories about how they came to identify—one of them was Getahun, who identifies as mostly straight and male—and transformed the video-recorded responses into posters that are posted all around Seattle, heavily targeting the LBGT district of Capitol Hill.

www.npr.org/2010/12/20/132209189/how-multi-ethnic-people-identify-themselves

A new study shows that most people who are biracial self-identify as "biracial." But in many instances, multi-ethnic Americans change the way they self-identify depending on who they're talking with.

ideapod.com/fake-vs-genuine-people-8-ways-identify

The key difference between fake and genuine people is honesty. Fake people aren’t honest with themselves and the people around them. They do things based on lies and deceit. Genuine people are honest with themselves and others.

www.quora.com/How-do-mixed-people-identify-themselves

Ive always identified as black, since birth. I do not appear that way (black) to other people. My features more caucasian like then black. Face, hair, mouth are different from most black people. The first time very first time this came up was when...

www.humanmetrics.com/personality/how-to-determine-other-peoples-type

According to Carl G. Jung, people can be characterized by two dimensions, each represented by two opposites: Sensing vs. Intuition (S-N) Thinking vs. Feeling (T-F)