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Describes a person who is not open about their sexual orientation. Some individuals may be out to some people in their life, but not out to others due to fear of rejection, harassment, violence, losing one's job, or other concerns. Coming out [kuhm-ing-out] verb.

A lifelong process of self-acceptance. Publicly sharing one's identity may or may not be part of coming out. Cross-dresser [kraws-dres-or] noun crossdressers. While anyone may wear clothes associated with a different sex, the term cross-dresser is typically used to refer to men who occasionally wear clothes, makeup, and accessories culturally associated with women. Those men typically identify as heterosexual.

This activity is a form of gender expression and not done for entertainment purposes. Cross-dressers do not wish to permanently change their sex or live full-time as women. Replaces the term "transvestite. Dead name [ded-neym] noun dead names. The name given to a transgender person at birth, which they often change when they transition.

It should not be used to refer to them. Demiboy [dem-ee-boy] adjective demiboys. Similar to bigender, someone who identifies as a demiboy experiences their gender as partly boy and partly another gender. Demigirl [dem-ee-gurl] adjective demigirls. Similar to bigender, someone who identifies as a demigirl experiences their gender as partly a girl and partly another gender. Demiromantic [dem-ee-roh-man-tik] adjective demiromantic people.

People who do not experience romantic attraction until a strong emotional or sexual connection is formed with a partner.

Demisexual [dem-ee sek-shoo-uh l] adjective demisexual people. Drag king [drag king] noun drag kings. A usually cisgender woman who performs as a man for an audience. Drag queen [drag kween] noun drag queens.

A usually cisgender man who performs as a woman for an audience. Dyke [dahyk] noun dykes. Formerly and sometimes still considered a derogatory word to describe queer women. Some women have taken back the word, however, and use it for themselves. Do not call someone a dyke unless you know that they have reclaimed the word. Fag got [fag-uh t] noun faggots. Formerly and sometimes still considered a derogatory word to describe queer men. Female to male [fee-meyl-tuh-meyl] noun female to male people, FTM people.

A term used to talk about transgender men, who were assigned female at birth and have since transitioned to male. Also seen as FTM. Feminine-of-center [fem-uh-nin - uhv - sen-ter] adjective feminine-of-center people. Used to describe people who feel, and often present, as feminine but may not identify as a woman. Feminine-of-center people may also identify as femme, submissive, transfeminine, etc.

Feminine-presenting [fem-uh-nin - pri-zent-ing] adjective feminine-presenting people. Describes someone who expresses gender in a feminine way. Someone who is feminine-presenting might or might not also be feminine-of-center and vice versa. Gay [gey] adjective gay people. Sometimes lesbian n. Avoid identifying gay people as "homosexuals," an outdated term considered derogatory and offensive to many lesbian and gay people.

Gender creative [jender-kree-ey-tiv] adjective gender creative people. They are sometimes also called gender non-conforming. Gender dysphoria [jen-der dis-fawr-ee-uh] noun. Some transgender advocates believe the inclusion of gender dysphoria in the DSM is necessary in order to advocate for health insurance that covers the medically necessary treatment recommended for transgender people. Gender expression [jen-der - ik-spresh-uh n] noun gender expressions.

Society identifies these cues as masculine and feminine, although what is considered masculine or feminine changes over time and varies by culture. Typically, transgender people seek to align their gender expression with their gender identity, rather than the sex they were assigned at birth.

Gender identity [jen-der - ahy-den-ti-tee] noun gender identities. A person's internal, deeply held sense of their gender. For transgender people, their own internal gender identity does not match the sex they were assigned at birth. Most people have a gender identity of man or woman or boy or girl. Unlike gender expression, gender identity is not visible to others.

Gender non-conforming [jen-der nohn-kuh n-fawrm-ing] adjective gender non-conforming people. A term used to describe some people whose gender expression is different from conventional expectations of masculinity and femininity. Please note that not all gender non-conforming people identify as transgender; nor are all transgender people gender non-conforming.

Many people have gender expressions that are not entirely conventional — that fact alone does not make them transgender. Many transgender men and women have gender expressions that are conventionally masculine or feminine. Simply being transgender does not make someone gender non-conforming. The term is not a synonym for transgender or transsexual and should only be used if someone self-identifies as gender non-conforming.

A synonym for cisgender, gender straight people are those whose gender identity matches up with expectations of their sex assigned at birth. Gender questioning [jen-der - kwes-chuh-ning] adjective. Gender variant [jen-der-vair-ee-uh nt] adjective gender variant people.

Like gender nonconforming, gender variant is an umbrella term used for anyone who is not cisgender. Gender-fluid [jen-der-floo-id] adjective gender fluid people. Someone for whom gender identity and presentation is a spectrum.

Instead, they may fluctuate between presenting as feminine, masculine, neither, or both. Heterosexual [het-er-uh-sek-shoo-uh l] adjective heterosexual people. Also straight. High femme [hahy fem] adjective high femmes, high femme people. Often used to describe a lesbian, bisexual, or queer woman who presents and identifies firmly as feminine. While many people believe that high femme women are only interested in butch women, that is not true. Homosexual [hoh-muh-sek-shoo-uh l] adjective homosexual people.

An outdated clinical term referring to queer people that is considered derogatory and offensive. Intergender [in-ter-jender] adjective intergender people. Someone who experiences their gender as in between other genders, such as someone whose gender falls somewhere between being a man or a woman. Intersex [in-ter-seks] noun intersex people. Avoid the outdated and derogatory term "hermaphrodite.

Acronym for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer. Latinx [la-teen-ex] adjective. A gender-neutral term used to replace the gender-specific Latino or Latina.

It can be used to refer to a group of people or to a single person of Latin-American descent. Some lesbians may prefer to identify as gay adj. Avoid identifying lesbians as "homosexuals," a derogatory term. However, the term can get more complex when looking at identity politics and how lesbians fit under the patriarchy — many women will embrace the term and identity even more because it also implies a complete rejection of patriarchal standards i.

Simone De Beauvoir's theories on women only being seen as complete in relation to men. Calling oneself a lesbian does not only mean that one only dates women, but it also implies that one can exist on their own without the sexual, economic, and emotional support from men.

Lipstick lesbian [lip-stik - lez-bee-uh n] adjective lipstick lesbians. It is sometimes considered a derogatory term. Male to female [meyl-tuh-fee-meyl] noun male to female people, MTF people. A term used to talk about transgender women, who were assigned male at birth and have since transitioned to female.

Also seen as MTF. Masculine-of-center [mas-kyuh-lin - uhv - sen-ter] adjective masculine-of-center people. Used to describe people who feel, and often present, as masculine but may not identify as a man. Masculine-of-center people may also identify as butch, stud, aggressive, boi, transmasculine, etc. Masculine-presenting [mas-kyuh-lin - pri-zent-ing] adjective masculine-presenting people.

Describes someone who expresses gender in a masculine way. Someone who is masculine-presenting might or might not also be masculine-of-center and vice versa. Metrosexual [me-troh-sek-shoo-uh l] adjective metrosexuals. Usually used to describe a straight man — although some queer men may also use the term — who spends more time on his appearance than is considered normal for men.

Misgender [mis-jen-der] verb. Used instead of Mr. Example: Mx. Neutrois [noo-trwah] noun. An umbrella term used for people who do not identify as either a man or a woman. Agender, gender-fluid, non-binary, and genderless people may all also identify as neutrois.

They may define their gender as falling somewhere in between man and woman, or they may define it as wholly different from these terms.

Non-binary is sometimes shortened to enby or NB. It's not being able to find peace with being 'female,' not feeling right with a 'male' identity. Being non-binary is just that - outside the gender binary.

And with that, your outward expression can be literally anything.. Hayden, 22, Milwaukee, WI. Just as you could call 'cisgender,' 'gender straight,' you can call any number of gender identities 'genderqueer.

Other [uhth -er] adjective. Often used on documents to indicate that someone is neither a man nor a woman. Should not be used to talk about people whose gender you do not know. Out [out] adverb. Preferred to openly gay.

Pangender [pan-jen-der] adjective pangender people. A Non-binary gender identity, referring to people who experience all gender identities either simultaneously or over time. Pansexual [pan-sek-shoo-uh l] adjective pansexual people. Refers to the ability of an LGBTQ person to go out into society and be assumed to be either straight or cisgender.

Feminine queer women, for example, often pass for straight and transgender people may pass for cisgender at some point after their transition. Pilipinx adjective pilipinx people. Like Latinx, Pilipinx is a gender-neutral term used to replace the gendered words Filipino or Filipina.

Polyamorous [pol-ee-am-er-uh s] adjective polyamorous people. Describes people who have consensual relationships that involve multiple partners. Polyamorous people can be in relationships with monogamous people.