I see people all the time just clinging to labels and groups so they can feel a sense of identity. I feel the goal should be to break away from labels/generalization and choosing your own identity. I think its generally better to be able to explain yourself briefly but in detail. I do understanding the convenience of being able to say your emo, scene, goth, alt, etc. This also extends to gender, i really like the concept of being non-binary. It does away with the binary ideas of gender and is vague enough to allow one to define themselves within it, instead of just with it. Attaching labels to ourselves and obsessing with a almost hivemind-like group were everyone believes the same things (for the most part) isn't a good option overall. It makes you easier to be exploited by corporations because everyone else in your "group" is similar, and sometimes the parameters of one definition rarely fully fit someones complexity. I am by no means say if if you belong to a group, for example: LGBT, that your wrong. Do what makes you the most comfortable with yourself, i just hope we can ditch these oversimplifying labels and find a better replacement.
People's obsession with labels.
Most of this is loosely connected word vomit, but TLDR: Allowing a label to oversimplify you and your complexity is detrimental.