That shit fucks you up, bro.
But seriously...every time you take any aspect of your life and you try to cram it into a little tiny box of definition, it can really keep you from expanding on who you truly are because no label defines just what anybody is perfectly. I know I'm a pain in the ass to label. I'll never hesitate to call myself a dyke because I am masculine and I do have a great love for all the lovely ladies out there, but if I met a guy who was really special and felt that we could pursue a happy relationship together I would go for that. Would I call myself bisexual then? No, I hate that word. It does not define who I am. Then I've always been so conflicted with religion and spirituality. Am I Pagan, am I Agnostic, am I Atheistic? All of them and none of them, I cannot label that. None of that defines who I am or how I feel accurately.
Labels will never be enough to describe exactly what we feel, it's like taking a hundred different hues of blue and calling them all "blue" when they clearly aren't all the same. When you can't find that exact label it's painful and frustrating. "What am I?" "Is there something wrong with me?" "I don't feel exactly like this but it's the closest I have to defining me." It's confusing because we can't figure out exactly who we are and disappointing because it means we will never be able to live up to the expectations of this label or that label. Labels aren't helpful and they aren't worth it.
We are us. It's as simple as that.