An individual who confronts heterosexism, sexism, homophobia, biphobia, transphobia and privilege that is heterosexual by themselves among others out of concern for the wellbeing of LGBTQIA+ people.

An individual who confronts heterosexism, sexism, homophobia, biphobia, transphobia and privilege that is heterosexual by themselves among others out of concern for the wellbeing of LGBTQIA+ people.

Asexuality Generally seen as an perhaps not experiencing attraction that is sexual a desire for partnered sexuality. Asexuality is distinct from celibacy, which will be the deliberate abstention from sexual intercourse.

Biphobia fear or hatred of people that are bisexual, pansexual, or omnisexual.

Bisexual an individual whoever primary intimate and orientation that is affectional toward folks of exactly the same as well as other genders, or towards individuals no matter their sex.

Being released describes voluntarily making one that is public intimate orientation and/or sex identification.

Cisgender The prefix cis- means “on this relative part of” or “not all-around.” A phrase utilized to call awareness of the privilege of people that aren’t transgender.

Cross Dresser a expressed term to spell it out someone who dresses, at the very least partially, as a part of the sex except that their assigned intercourse; carries no implications of intimate orientation.

Drag King someone (frequently a lady) whom appears as a guy. Generally speaking in mention of an performance or act. This has no implications regarding sex identity.

Drag Queen A person (frequently a person) whom seems as a lady. Generally speaking in reference to an performance or act. It has no implications regarding sex identification.

Gay A intimate orientation toward folks of the exact same sex.

Sex a construct that is social to classify an individual as a guy, girl, or several other identification. basically not the same as the sex a person is assigned at delivery; a couple of social, mental and traits that are emotional usually affected by societal objectives

Gender Expression How one expresses yourself, in terms of gown, mannerisms and/or actions that society characterizes as “masculine” or “feminine.”

Genderqueer A individual whoever sex identification and/or sex expression falls not in the principal societal norm with regards to their assigned intercourse, is beyond genders, or perhaps is some mix of them. […]