"It's both, really. He doesn't know how to stop, but sometimes he's forced to. And when he's forced to stop he doesn't know how to be happy. He almost can't be happy, if he doesn't have something to struggle against. I think you're right though, that he's always just waiting for the other shoe to drop. It's why he's so miserable when he's not busy."
Draco almost said something flippant, like how Scorpius wasn't weird and lots of people probably felt that way. But he honestly didn't know if that was true. Scorpius couldn't be the only person who felt best as a man and a woman, but Draco had certainly never met them. And it didn't seem like Scorpius had either, if his confusion now was any sign. So he didn't want to just shrug this off. It was clearly something Scorpius had been struggling with for a while.
"I don't think weird is the right word. That implies there's something wrong with what you're feeling. I don't think there is. I wish I could understand it more, but to be perfectly honest the idea of turning into a woman is my worst nightmare. Breasts?" He made an exaggerated face and shuddered. "But it's different for you. I can see that. And if you don't fully want to be a man or a woman I don't see why you should have to limit yourself to that. I don't know if you can learn Matemorph skills, but I can do some research. And if not, there's always potions. If they don't exist yet, well, between Professor Snape and Regulus you have some of the best potioneers in history. They could help me. We could figure something out. Whatever you need, okay?"