I can honestly say I haven’t been called anything significant since junior high, and that happened to be nerd and butt-chin because I have a cleft chin. These days, if I’m called anything, it’s a mother or a geek/dork by my friends. I don’t have much of a social life outside of home and business with other people to get labeled much of anything.
I could honestly be labeled a furry enthusiast and a Skyrim fanatic because, well, I’m a furry enthusiast and I have put in many long hours in Skyrim and pretty much begged and begged and begged to get the new DLC’s from my husband, which he did get me! Yay!
But that’s really it. If I am called things behind my back then I don’t notice.
I'm a big supporter of labels. They give us vocabulary to describe aspects of our identity that we otherwise might not be able to articulate. We just need more labels; we can't get by with only a few, because then we have people trying to change themselves to fit the label, when it should be the other way around: labels should be available to pick and choose from, and people shouldn't have to change or conform in order to satisfy the label.
I don't think I've ever been called a poser before, at least not to my face. I've never belonged or participated in very many sub-cultures, especially not the ones based heavily on music and fashion. All sorts of labels apply to me (and everyone else here!) just not the ones that are connected to music/fashion sub-cultures.
When I was ~15 people kept calling me emo. I didn't understand why, since I personally didn't think I looked emo.
Looking back I can see why they thought that way.
Right now I don't think I fit any sort of label. I dress in a pretty "normal" way, but my hobbies aren't exactly considered normal. Same with some of the music I listen to.
My friends called me a hipster for a while though since I got a pair of "hipster glasses". There really isn't anything else besides the glasses that would classify me as a hipster though, I think. I dunno, I've just never been good with labels since I've never really cared about them.
I really just wear whatever I want, though my love of the Goth subculture always means I'm content to be called one.
I have never been chastised, accused, called out, taunted, bullied, irked, assaulted, imposed, yelled at, made fun of, or called a pouser.
I think its mostly due to me growing up in a community where I was one of maybe 3 who ever dressed alternatively or darkly, meaning it wasn't "oh hey its that Goth/emo/alternative/_INSERT GENERALIZATION OF MY PHYSICAL APPEARANCE HERE_ kid"
It was,"Oh hey its chartreuse."
I sure as hell don't encounter it in college, although I'm kind of surrounded by tanks khaki shorts and flip flops all the time I don't feel out of place at all. xd