Gender nonconformity is a term used to describe individuals whose gender identity, role, or expression do not align with the typical expectations of their assigned sex. This can be seen in someone who does not dress or behave in a way that is typically associated with their gender. For example, a girl who transitions to being a boy may still dress and act in ways that are socially expected of a girl. Gender dysphoria, on the other hand, is defined as the distress that may accompany the incongruence between an individual's experienced or expressed gender and their assigned sex.
It is important to note that not all people who do not conform to gender norms experience gender dysphoria. It is only when this incongruence causes distress that it can be considered gender dysphoria. It is possible for someone to be both gender nonconforming and experience gender dysphoria. This could be seen in someone who expresses themselves in ways that are not typically associated with their assigned sex, but also experiences distress due to this incongruence.
If you are struggling with gender dysphoria or gender nonconformity, it is important to know that help is available. There are many resources available to help you understand and cope with your feelings.