I came across the term demiguy which according to the Yada wiki means:
Can be used to describe either someone assigned male at birth who feels but the barest association with that identification or as someone assigned female at birth who is transmasculine but not wholly binary-identified, so that they feel a vague association with social or physical "masculinity" but not one strong enough to justify an absolute self-identification as a "man."
And agender or genderless is defined as:
One who feels a dissociation from both ends of the binary and all in between; an identity characterized by absence.
However, I'm still not clear on what is meant by "barest association". Personally, I don't feel male, but I still present as male; the world sees me as male, and I don't care.
Can anyone help me to clear up my confusion?