Sometimes called gender neutrois, gender neutral, or genderless.ally experiencing little or no romantic attraction to others and/or has a lack of interest in romantic relationships/behavior.
feminine-presenting; masculine-presenting a way to describe someone who expresses gender in a more feminine/masculine way.
Often confused with feminine-of-center/masculine-of-center, which generally include a focus on identity as well as expression.
Asexuality exists on a continuum from people who experience no sexual attraction or have any desire for sex, to those who experience low levels, or sexual attraction only under specific conditions.
Many of these different places on the continuum have their own identity labels a person who fluctuates between traditionally “woman” and “man” gender-based behavior and identities, identifying with two genders (or sometimes identifying with either man or woman, as well as a third, different gender).
Aromanticism exists on a continuum from people who experience no romantic attraction or have any desire for romantic activities, to those who experience low levels, or romantic attraction only under specific conditions.
Many of these different places on the continuum have their own identity labels experiencing little or no sexual attraction to others and/or a lack of interest in sexual relationships/behavior.Biphobia can come from and be seen within the LGBTQ community as well as straight society.a person who experiences attraction to some people of their gender and another gender.The word cisgender can also be shortened to “cis.” cisnormativity the assumption, in individuals and in institutions, that everyone is cisgender, and that cisgender identities are superior to trans* identities and people. cissexism behavior that grants preferential treatment to cisgender people, reinforces the idea that being cisgender is somehow better or more “right” than being transgender, and/or makes other genders invisible.closeted an individual who is not open to themselves or others about their (queer) sexuality or gender identity.femme generally with another term attached, like gender-fluid or fluid-sexuality, fluid(ity) describes an identity that may change or shift over time between or within the mix of the options available (e.g., man and woman, bi and straight).