by Marco Margaritoff
March 7, 2019
In an attempt to find their identity, Jareth Nebula initially transitioned from female to male — but it didn't suffice.
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Jareth Nebula transitioned from female to male when they were 29 years old. Unwilling to publicly disclose their birth name, the now-33-year-old’s new legal moniker was inspired by David Bowie’s character, Jareth the Goblin King, from Jim Henson’s 1986 cult-classic fantasy film Labyrinth.
The Washington native and barbershop receptionist was disappointed to find that their gender transition didn't seem to fill that lifelong void which inspired them to go through with it in the first place, Daily Mail reported. Thus, Jareth decided to label themselves as an agender or genderless — and as an alien.
Agender means that Jareth is genderless or gender-neutral, as opposed to being gender-fluid, which refers to a person whose gender identity is not fixed, or a person who feels they could be a mix of both genders. This newfound identity was no mere intellectual move though, as it included Jareth to have their nipples removed, adorn their face with a swath of piercings, and wear an otherworldly layer of makeup to look "less human."
"I don't think or feel like humans," said Jareth Nebula. "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."
I just find it hilarious how they refer to Jareth Nebula using the pronoun "they".
Looks like she didn't feel comfortable being a female, but transitioning into a male didn't solve the problem, she still felt like there was something uncomfortable wrong.
She had her nipples removed.
The "gender spectrum" was bound to go beyond the gender lines into questioning if one is even human.
When exactly does this "identity" thing become a mental illness, where is the line drawn? Is there even a line at all?