I'm a huge advocate for equality for all genders, female, male, nonbinary, genderfluid, and otherwise, but I long for the day when we can all do without labels. Personally I identify as female, but lately I've really been struggling with it.
I agree in that all need to be equal, but I don't see labels as a bad thing? For me it helps me know what sort of person I'm talking to. I'd hate to not know their preference and accidentally insult them or trigger something by not knowing what they are. Different people have different sensitivies and it would help me. I try to be as accommodating as possible, but even I trip up from time to time. I personally have my identification, but I don't give a damn what people call me. XD
I don't think that labels are a bad thing, but I think that right now everyone wants to compartmentalize a thing which is really fluid, and shouldn't define who we are. It's all a spectrum, and I think that using labels can really limit people, though I understand that people like to use them for one reason or another.
I identify with genderfluidity but I'm I guess a "social anarchist against gender roles," type person as well in that I don't think my gender identity has anything to do with things I enjoy doing, wearing, or jobs I can pursue. I cringe when I get labelled with feminine pronouns/honorifics but that mainly has to do with feeling like femininity is being thrust upon me and such. Overall, I've got feelings and they're mainly woobly.
I know I'm a female but I feel a little uncomfortable when people refer to me as a girl/woman. I dress in a more androgynous way too... I've never cared about my gender that much I mean I tell people they can refer to me as whatever they want but I'm more comfortable as an "it" haha
As far as triggering though, I can never predict such things. I cannot compensate or accommodate everyone. Though I can't tell if you are joking, I'm not very good as knowing when people are trolling, being sarcastic or honest.