Yes. No. Yes and no and not at all. It depends on which day or night you ask me, when, where I may be; on those waves of sense and feeling every moment opens up (here and now I'm a green); perhaps what music I've heard, if I've danced (then I might be an individualist); or if I've had to sell my body and time in work (which often opens me up as a nihilist, for a while, anyway, but I don't know and don't care how long); if I've enjoyed sex perhaps (then, I'm a lifestylist-social anarchist unless the sex was between Bookchin's books and Bob Black's retorts)...
The list may go on and most probably does.
But this answer, here, may really depend upon your meanings. For now maybe...anarcho-anarchist?
*Edit to add*: All the above is meant to be a playful take on something many people become serious about. What I perceive here as important is that we don't get caught up in roles, which are nothing more than dead abstractions with the concomitant demand that each living person 'live up to,' to be identical with, them. This is both impossible and quite -- deadening.
As such, I have no wish to be an 'individualist-anarchist' any more than 'cashier' or 'quarterback.' It is quite another deal to describe oneself in certain moments as ' ______-anarchist' or 'anarcho-_____' perhaps to illustrate where you're is coming from, even though the risk is run that others will identify you with that position despite your best efforts. Role/identity is a powerful auxiliary upon which this (mass-)society of strangers is based.
edit again for typo