I only know of binary in terms of computer programming and an episode of ST:tNG.
Could you explain what this means?
Binary is a way of viewing gender as simply man/male and woman/female. "Non-binary" is someone who either fluctuates between both or feels that they are not completely one or the other - somewhere in between. There are also people who are non-binary who do not identify as male or female, and not somewhere in between - they identify as something completely different.
In response to the topic, however, I am fully male. I do believe that there are other people who are fluid on this site, I remember responding to such a topic about people who identify as queer.
I've seen genderqueer people, some genderfluid, in other parts of the forums!
I also used to identify as genderfluid. Now my identity seems to be the same for a long time somehow, and most of the dysphoria I experience comes from my body not being masculine enough.
That being said, you're not alone. Just look at all the answers you got