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Agender

Denoting or relating to a person who does not identify themselves as having a particular gender.

Akiosexual

To have sexual/romantic attraction for someone but not wanting to act on/ have those sexual feeling reciprocated.

Androsexual

Individuals who experience sexual attraction toward men, males, and/or masculinity, regardless of whether they were assigned male at birth. Aros or aromantic people: Individuals who experience little or no romantic attraction to others of any gender.

Aporagender

A nonbinary gender identity and umbrella term for "a gender separate from male, female, and anything in between while still having a very strong and specific gendered feeling" (that is, not an absence of gender).

Aromantic - Option 1

An aromantic is a person who experiences little or no romantic attraction to others. People identifying as aromantic can also experience romance in a way otherwise disconnected from normative societal expectations (for example due to feeling repulsed by romance, or being uninterested in romantic relationships.)

Aromantic - Option 2

An aromantic is a person who experiences little or no romantic attraction to others. People identifying as aromantic can also experience romance in a way otherwise disconnected from normative societal expectations (for example due to feeling repulsed by romance, or being uninterested in romantic relationships.)

Asexual

without sexual feelings or associations. Asexual individuals may still experience attraction but this attraction doesn't need to be realized in any sexual manner.

Bear

Bear is a gay slang term. It describes a hairy, heavy-set (sometimes muscular) gay or bisexual man.

Bicurious

characterized by an openness to or curiosity about having sexual relations with a person whose sex differs from that of one's usual sexual partners

Bisexual

sexually attracted not exclusively to people of one particular gender; attracted to both men and women.

Cisgender

denoting or relating to a person whose sense of personal identity and gender corresponds with their birth sex.

Cupiosexual/romantic

It is used to describe asexuals (people who never experience sexual attraction) who still desire a sexual relationship. Cupioromantic is a subset of aromantic.

Demiboy

A demiboy (also called a demiguy, demiman or demimale person) is a gender identity describing someone who partially, but not wholly, identifies as a man, boy or otherwise masculine, whatever their assigned gender at birth.

Demigirl

A demigirl (also called a demiwoman or a demifemale person) is a gender identity describing someone who partially, but not wholly, identifies as a woman, girl or otherwise feminine, whatever their assigned gender at birth.

Deminonbinary

Deminonbinary is the partial connection to a non-binary gender. The deminonbinary person may also connect to another gender as well as a nonbinary gender. See: Demiboy, Demigirl and Demigender.

Demiromantic

A demiromantic is a type of grey-romantic who only experiences romantic attraction after developing an emotional connection beforehand.

Demisexual

Demisexuality is a sexual orientation where people only experience sexual attraction to folks that they have close emotional connections with. In other words, demisexual people only experience sexual attraction after an emotional bond has formed.

Fraysexual

Fraysexual (also known as ignotasexual) is a sexual orientation on the asexual spectrum. It is defined as when someone only experiences sexual attraction towards those that they are not deeply connected with, and lose that attraction as they get to know the person

Gay

Gay is a term that primarily refers to a homosexual person or the trait of being homosexual.

Genderfluid

Genderfluid people often express a desire to remain flexible about their gender identity rather than committing to a single definition.

Genderflux

Genderflux is a gender identity in which the gender intensity varies over time. It can be seen as a form of genderfluid between being agender and one or more other gender identities.

Genderqueer

denoting or relating to a person who does not subscribe to conventional gender distinctions but identifies with neither, both, or a combination of male and female genders.

Gendervoid

Gendervoid or Voidgender: A gender identity defined by absence, a blank space or void where a gender might otherwise be.

Graygender

a person who identifies as (at least partially) outside the gender binary and has a strong natural ambivalence about their gender identity or gender expression.

Grayromantic

Someone who is grayromantic may experience romantic attraction only occasionally, experience romantic attraction but not desire a romantic relationship, or desire a romantic relationship that is not quite platonic and not quite romantic.

Graysexual

Graysexual — sometimes spelled greysexual — is used to refer to people who experience limited sexual attraction. In other words, they experience sexual attraction very rarely, or with very low intensity.

Gynesexual

gynesexual is a sexual orientation that describes someone who is attracted to females or female body parts, regardless of whether that person identifies as female.

Intersex - Option 1

Intersex is a general term used for a variety of conditions in which a person is born with a reproductive or sexual anatomy that doesn't seem to fit the typical definitions of female or male.

Intersex - Option 2

Intersex is a general term used for a variety of conditions in which a person is born with a reproductive or sexual anatomy that doesn't seem to fit the typical definitions of female or male.

Lesbian - Option 1

A lesbian is a homosexual woman.

Lesbian - Option 2

A lesbian is a homosexual woman.

Maverique

Maverique (pronounced mav-reek) is a specific nonbinary gender identity "characterized by autonomy and inner conviction regarding a sense of self that is entirely independent of male/masculinity, female/femininity or anything which derives from the two while still being neither without gender nor of a neutral gender."

Neutrois

Neutrois is a term used to describe persons with a null or neutral gender (being neither male nor female), and in some cases, a person who may also seek to reduce signs of their physical sex

Nonbinary

Non-binary (also spelled nonbinary), or genderqueer, is a spectrum of gender identities that are not exclusively masculine or feminine‍—‌identities that are outside the gender binary.

Novigender

When your gender experience (or lack thereof) is complicated in such a way that it is difficult or impossible to fit into one word or term.

Otherkin

Otherkin are a subculture who socially and spiritually identify as not entirely human.

Panromantic

Someone who is panromantic is romantically attracted to people of all gender identities.

Pansexual

not limited in sexual choice with regard to biological sex, gender, or gender identity.

Platoniromantic

Platoniromantic is the term used to describe the feeling of not experiencing the distinction between platonic and romantic feelings

Polyamory

the practice of engaging in multiple sexual relationships with the consent of all the people involved.

Polygender

Polygender is a gender identity which can be literally translated as 'many genders'. Polygender people experience multiple gender identities, either simultaneously or varying between them. These can be male, female and/or any non-binary identities.

Polysexual

incorporating many different kinds of sexuality.

Queer

Queer is an umbrella term for sexual and gender minorities who are not heterosexual or are not cisgender.

Quoisexual

Quoisexual is a sexual orientation on the asexuality spectrum. It can refer to a person who doesn't relate to or understand experiences or concepts of sexual attraction and orientation. It can also refer to someone who feels confusion about their own feelings of sexual attraction and orientation.

Reciprosexual

Reciprosexual or recipsexual is a sexual orientation on the asexual spectrum meaning someone who does not experience sexual attraction unless they know that the other person is sexually attracted to them first.

Requiesexual

Someone who is requiesexual has limited or no sexual attraction/interest/activity due to some form of emotional exhaustion.

Straight - Option 1

describes a person who is attracted only or almost only to the "other" gender.

Straight - Option 2

describes a person who is attracted only or almost only to the "other" gender.

Therian

A therianthrope (or therian) is someone who identifies as an animal (not to be confused with fictionkin, or other types of non-therian otherkin, which are similar concepts but involve identification outside the animal kingdom).

Transgender

denoting or relating to a person whose sense of personal identity and gender does not correspond with their birth sex.

Trigender

Trigender is a gender identity which can be literally translated as 'three genders' or 'triple gender'. Trigender people experience exactly three gender identities, either simultaneously or varying between them. These three gender identities can be male, female and/or any non-binary identities.

Pride - Philadelphia

The Philadelphia rainbow flag includes black and brown, added to promote the inclusivity of POC in the LGBT community.

Straight Ally

An ally is someone who is not a part of the LGBT community but who stands in support of it.

Pride

8 stripe flag

Original gay pride flag with eight bars. First displayed at 1978 San Francisco Gay Freedom Day Parade.

9 stripe flag

9 stripe LGBT flag revealed at Love Fest Festival, during carnival in São Paulo, Brasil, on Feb 12th 2018. The flag shows a white stripe in the middle of it, representing the full gender and sexual spectrum, plus peace and union among all.

Agender

English: Flag of agender people, designed and created by Salem Fontana.

Asexual

Asexual flag. "The black represents asexuality, the grey represents grey-asexuality and demisexuality, the white represents non-asexual partners and allies, and the purple represents community."

Bear

Flag of the Bear community, a subset of the LGBT community.

Bigender

Flag of bigender people.

Bisexual

The bisexual pride flag.

Demiboy

Demiboy flag. Symbol of demiboy pride.

Demigirl

Demigirl flag. Symbol of demigirl pride.

Pride flag

Rainbow flag. Symbol of gay pride.

Pride - Philadelphia

The Philadelphia rainbow flag includes black and brown, added to promote the inclusivity of POC in the LGBT community.

Pride - Victory Over AIDS

The Victory Over AIDS flag, created in the 1980s.

Genderfluid

Flag of Genderfluid people

Genderqueer

This is the Genderqueer Flag, designed by Marilyn Roxie.

Intersex

Intersex flag, non-derivative of gendered pink and blue. The circle symbolizes wholeness.

Lesbian (Community)

A five striped lesbian flag adopted by some individuals on Twitter and Tumblr in 2018, which has not had widespread use yet. It is referred to as the "Community Lesbian Flag" by the PrideNationLGBT online store. The orange-pink design is intended as a replacement of the pink-and-red "lipstick" flag for inclusivity of gender nonconforming lesbians.

Neutrois

Neutrois pride flag. From nonbinary.org: White is for neutral, unidentified, or questioning gender. Dark chartreuse green (the inverse of lavender, the mix of pink and blue) is for nonbinary gender that isn't female or male. Black is for agender or genderless.

Non-binary (enby)

Non-binary (enby) pride flag.

Pansexual

Pansexuality flag or Pansexual pride flag.

Polysexual

Flag of polysexuality.

Black Trans Flag

A variant of the Transgender Pride flag called the "Black Trans Flag" was created by trans activist and writer Raquel Willis. It has a black stripe in the middle instead of the original white stripe. Willis created it as a symbol to represent the higher levels of discrimination, violence, and murder that the black trans community faces in contrast to the larger transgender movement. It was first posted to her Facebook account, and it was first widely used on 25 August 2015 by black transgender activists throughout the United States as part of the first Black Trans Liberation Tuesday.

Transgender

The Transgender Pride flag was designed by Monica Helms, and was first shown at a pride parade in Phoenix, Arizona, USA in 2000.

Straight Ally

An ally is someone who is not a part of the LGBT community but who stands in support of it.

Demisexual

Pride flag for demisexuals