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Gay: A person who is emotionally, spiritually, physically, and/or sexually attracted primarily to
Heterosexual: An individual who is emotionally, spiritually, physically, and/or sexually attracted primarily to those of the opposite gender.
Binding: The practice of taping or compressing the chest or "breast tissue" so that one can pass as a man, this is done with extremely tight bras, elastic bandages, and other methods.
Bottom Surgery: "below the waist", to either create a vagina (for a male to female, MTF) or a penis and testicles (for a female to male, FTM). There are many different issues that cause each person to make the decision to either have or not have the surgeries. Some factors include: desire, expense, physical health, age, and access to medical care and information. Often a person who self identifies to a great degree with the stereotypically masculine end of a gender Nike Free Run Black And Grey
Effeminate: Used to identify a person (usually male) who expresses and/or presents culturally/stereotypically feminine characteristics. This is often viewed as a culturally negative term.
Androgyny (also androgynous, bi gendered, no gendered): A person [a] who identifies as both or neither of the two culturally defined genders; and/or [b] who expresses and/or presents merged culturally/stereotypically feminine and masculine characteristics, or mainly Nike Free Run Mens 5.0
Cross Living: Cross living is cross dressing full time (which is also referred to as 24/7), and living as the gender which you perceive yourself to be.
Drag (also Drag King, Drag Queen, Female/Male Impersonator): Wearing the clothing of another gender, often with exaggerated cultural/stereotypical gender characteristics. Individuals may identify as Drag Kings (female in drag) or Drag Queens (male in drag). Drag often refers to dressing for functional purposes such as entertainment/performance or social gatherings. Drag has held a significant place in GLBT history and community.
Binary Gender System: A culturally defined code of acceptable behaviors which teach that there are men and women, who are masculine and feminine, and that there is nothing outside this system. The problem that occurs when we talk about gender is that everything is set in the binary system, but the gender issues that we are talking about exist in a multi gender system and Nike Free Run Womens 3.0
Bisexual (Bi): A person who is emotionally, spiritually, physically, and/or sexually attracted to those of either gender (can be seen as a clinical term). A person who accepts their bisexual orientation may identify as bi.
FAG: A Nike Free Runners Girls "male bodied" person or a man who identifies with other men or who is attracted to men; this is a term that is used by many different types of people often taken back in a positive way for self identification; can be political; and a term historically used only in a negative context to ridicule and label gays who are perceived to express and/or present culturally/stereotypically feminine characteristics.
do not neatly fit into a binary system.
Dyke (also Femme Dyke, Butch Dyke, Bi Dyke): A "female bodied" person or a woman who identifies with other women, and is attracted to women; this is a term that is used by many different types of people often taken back in a positive way for self identification; can be political; and a term historically used only in a negative context to ridicule and label lesbians who were perceived to express and/or present culturally/stereotypically masculine characteristics.
neutral characteristics. May or may not express dual gender identity.
Genetic: Often used to refer to the assigned gender at birth. Also used to refer to the discussion of the chromosomal makeup of an individual.
members of the same gender. Also, clinical psychological diagnosis, which offends many in transgender communities, but is often required to receive hormones and/or surgery.
Female Bodied: A person who was assigned a female gender at birth, or a person who has had their genitals surgically altered to be a woman.
Femme: A person who identifies with being a woman, who understands the power and seduction of the feminine spirit and one who is willing to be powerful as a woman. Can be used to identify a person who expresses and/or presents culturally/stereotypically feminine characteristics. Can be used either as a positive or negative term.
Getting Read (Clocked): Being detected as a person who is cross dressed.
Cross Dressing (Also Transvestite, Transvestitism): A person who wears the clothing considered typical for another gender on occasion, but does not desire to change their gender. Reasons for cross dressing can range from a need to express a feminine or masculine side to attainment of erotic/sexual/fetish gratification. Cross dressers can be of any sexual orientation, but within this community, there is a large percentage of heterosexually/straight identified individuals.
Gender Queer: A term which is used by some people who may or may not fit on the spectrum of trans, or be labeled as trans, but who identify their gender and their sexual orientation to be outside the assumed norm.
Assigned Gender: The announcement by doctors (It's a boy/girl) based on what your physical anatomy looks like. Based on this, you are supposed to grow up, to be and exist within a certain set of gender roles.
Gender Reassignment Surgery GRS (also Sex Reassignment Surgery SRS): Permanent surgical refashioning of genitalia to resemble the genitalia of the desired gender. Sought to attain congruence between one's body and one's gender identity.
Coming Out: The process of becoming aware of and understanding and accepting one's own sexual orientation/gender identity. Also the ongoing process of decision making about the level of openness a person feels in disclosing this information to another person or people.
F2M/FTM (Female to Male): Used to identify a person who was female bodied at birth and who identifies as male, lives as a man, or identifies as masculine.
characteristic spectrum. Can be used either as a positive or negative term.
Hir: Used in place of him/her, a new pronoun for those folks who stand outside the binary system that we have in this society.
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