Okay. I used to identify as bisexual but as I've been reading more my eyes have been open to a much wider selection of options to define myself. I'm biologicaly female. I don't really prefer to express myself as a male or female, as in I couldn't care either way but my parents dress me more feminine(I'm 16 it's just what they buy.). I like how I feel when I dress more boy-ish but I don't really feel comfortable presenting myself like that in public just because of how people would react. Sometimes I like being girly... I just don't know how to explain it. Everyone calls me a "tomboy" but I think it's more than that. I Guess what I'm trying to ask here is if someone could help me in finding a definition for my gender because I guess female doesn't exactly cut it but at the same time I don't know what else to say about myself. ANY HELP AT ALL WOULD BE APPRECIATED.
I'm going through the same thing right now. It's been frustrating trying to figure out exactly how I identify. Usually, people tell me "don't try to put a label on yourself, just be you." Even so, it can be aggravating not to know. Initially, I identified as bisexual, but after about 6 months I started tentatively saying I was lesbian. I realized I was much more interested in girls and noticed them more often. I just didn't connect with guys the same. Every now and then, I meet a guy who's pretty cool, but usually it's just girls. Really, you just gotta get a feel for what's right for you. What feels natural? What feels right?
As for the dress, I feel pretty much the same as you too. Some days, I feel girly, but usually I feel more like myself and more comfortable dressing in guys's clothes. Also, I understand about feeling self conscious with dressing more masculine in public. You should just do what you feel ready for. But ultimately, I say, be yourself. Sometimes it can be hard to be exactly who you want for fear of being judged, but it can also be exhilerating and fulfilling. Like I said though, just do what you're ready for.
I'm currently in a similar predicament regarding my gender. The term I've come across that seems most appealing for myself is agender (i.e no gender or gender-neutral), perhaps this is the identification you may feel more comfortable/satisfied with ?