Ally (noun) typically straight- or cis-identified person who supports, and respects for members of the LGBTQ community.While the word doesnt necessitate action, we consider people to be active allies who take action upon this support and respect, this also indicates to others that you are an ally.Assigned sex – (noun) the sex that is assigned to an infant at birth based on the child’s visible sex organs, including genitalia and other physical characteristics.Assumed gender – (noun) the gender a person is assumed to be based on the sex they are assigned at birth. Bicurious – (adj) a curiosity about having attraction to people of the same gender/sex (similar to questioning).Another term used within the asexual community is ace, meaning someone who is asexual.BDSM (noun) initialism used as an umbrella term to describe a variety of erotic practices involving dominance and submission, role-playing, restraint, and other interpersonal dynamics.Advocate – (noun) (1) a person who actively works to end intolerance, educate others, and support social equity for a marginalized group.
I go by how I feel on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. Person A: I only started shifting from a female to a genderqueer identity this year.
Androgyny/ous – (adj;) (1) a gender expression that has elements of both masculinity and femininity; (2) occasionally used in place of “intersex” to describe a person with both female and male anatomy.
Asexual: a term that describes a person who does not experience sexual attraction or desire for other people.
Agender – (noun) a person who does not identify with any gender.
Ally – (noun) a term that describes a person who speaks out or takes actions on behalf of someone else or for a group that they are not a part of.