I think you've read the definition wrong. Some nonbinary people are woman-aligned, partially women or nonbinary women in some way, and feel a connection to the lesbian label.
Not all nonbinary people identify themselves as women, but some do (although not constantly/completely/strongly). And that's valid too.
Some NB genders include femininity, E.G identifying as a demigirl
Personally, I'm non-binary but my gender links partially to being "female", so this flag works for me
I think the term you're looking for is agender, which means having no gender, which does fit on the non-binary scale however not all NB people are agender
... And then there's the deal of uhh. GNC lmao but I don't want to delve too deep into this or get called shit, so.
Just go off I guess
Take a genderfluid person for an example.
They may fluctuate between m/f/nb or even other genders, but does this mean they are strictly none of them or all of them at once?
... No?? Lol
You know what?
If I'm non-binary, do I call myself gay or a lesbian, hm?
There's no straight answer.
Because people identify as NB differently.
Non-binary is not a gender. It's an identity.
An identity meaning your gender is not on the binary scale.
It's that simple.
Yknow how I know this?
I identify as non-binary. My gender is multiseogender.
It means "a gender where one is strongly connected to one gender, but rarely or weakly is connected to one or more other gender(s)."
I feel strongly connected to being agender but at the same time, I weakly feel connected to being female.
Does this make me a woman or on the binary scale? Does this mean I'm NB and nothing but NB?
No???? Like how hard is it to understand this