Category: genderfluid

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Dear Nonbinary people

Your gender is just as valid as binary trans people! You are an important part of the LGBT+ community! You deserve the same respect and love that other trans people do!

Educate me?

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Can someone explain to me the difference between Pansexual and Polysexual?

Also, the difference among Genderfluid, Genderflux, and Genderqueer? 

Just an open-minded, cis hetero (arguably demisexual – that’s still up for debate) woman trying to get this right! 

Genderflux people fluctuate from agender, to demigender, to a gender. For example, a genderflux person could feel agender (lacking a gender) one day, the next feel like a demiboy (somewhere in between agender and a boy), and then the next day feel 100% like a boy. However, their gender does not fluctuate to feeling feminine, for example.

People who identity as genderfluid’s gender can change to anything. One day they can be masculine, one day feminine, one day in their middle and another day nothing at all.

There are various definitions out there of genderqueer, but the main three are

  1. Genderqueer people choose not to identify themselves with any gender.
  2. 2. Genderqueer is similar to nonbinary and means identifying somewhere beyond male or female.

I hope this helps! If you have any questions, I’m happy to try to help you. ^^ It makes me happy to see open-minded people wanting to learn about this topic.

For a bit more information about the definition of genderflux, please check out our FAQ! And for an excellent metaphor about the difference between genderflux and genderfluid, please check out this post.

-Skyler

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I love enbys more than I love grapes

And @ashtonferrets can attest to my love of grapes

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I despise terfs more than I hate avocados

And you have no clue how much I hate avocados

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Here is your reminder that it’s ok for your gender identity to change!

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Someone else’s gender identity is not your decision!

You do not get to chose if someone does or does not identify as trans!

Do not try to push the trans label onto other people!

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Not being out doesn’t make you any less valid!

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Only come out if you want to!

Whether it is one of the first times you come out, or if you’re mostly out, you are not obligated to come out to anyone!

Not telling people about your gender/sexuality doesn’t make you a bad person!

You are still valid!

Remember

Even if they don’t accept you, I will.

If your parents, family, siblings, etc., don’t accept you for who you are, I will. 

If your community doesn’t respect you, I will. 

If the world doesn’t think of you as a valid person, I do.