Since it was suggested to move this discussion here from the Bondage thread (that sounded so wrong XD) and I was asked to do it, I guess I can start it.
It started with me mentioning feeling mentally androgynyous, something I find people having issues to accept and respect and then someone (sorry, I can't remember your name right now!) started to mention that the are esoteric fragments in our culture and in many religions about androgyny, but is often mistaken for a physical one, ie, born with no true gender if I remember it correctly.
I am not entirely sure what else you wanted to bring up about the issue, but nevertheless, the subject is interesting. Since I have studied some modern research about gender I can say that people in general are moving to become less bondaged (that word again...) by the genderstereotypes. I have also however noticed a backlash of that system where some people feel they must find a way to ascertain the gender they identity themselves with (mostly the gender they are born with) with extreme stereotypes since such things are starting to become scarce at least in our western society.
So it happens young men must be man of the man and females must act like they either are sluts or born in a Victorian era.
As for androgyny in question, I guess it also once again can be noted that people feeling androgynyous or being born as androgyns often feel discriminated in the society because the norm says you can either be male or female, not anything or both.
Feel free to discuss further.