genderqueer


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gen·der·queer

 (jĕn′dər-kwîr′)
adj.
Relating to a gender identity that is other than conventionally male or female.

gen′der·queer′ n.
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"There has never been a more important time for colleges and universities to take action to protect and support trans, genderqueer, and nonbinary students on campus," says study lead author Sarah Ketchen Lipson, a Boston University School of Public Health assistant professor of health law, policy & management.
"There has never been a more important time for colleges and universities to take action to protect and support trans, genderqueer and nonbinary students on campus," said lead author Sarah Ketchen Lipson, an assistant professor of health law, policy and management at Boston University.
The Secret Loves of Geeks edited by Hope Nicholson includes work by pansexual, genderqueer, ace, transgender, lesbian, bi, and queer creators.
Since then, the LGBT acronym has been commonly used as an umbrella term in relation to any other minority sexual orientations, such as asexual or pansexual, or gender identities, such as non-binary or genderqueer.
Gender diverse: A term used to describe people with gender behaviors, appearances or identities that are incongruent with those culturally assigned to their birth sex; gender-diverse individuals may refer to themselves with terms such as transgender, nonbinary, genderqueer, gender fluid, gender creative, gender independent or noncisgender.
From gender-fluid and non-binary to genderqueer, the world has grappled in recent years with the growing spectrum of how people identify themselves.
At times, the conversation turned also to what it means to be an ally to trans people, such as when a genderqueer student said that if a teacher told the class to split into male and female groups, they would want a friend to join them in refusing to choose a side.
And it surely does not deserve its inflated annual budget of around RM800 million, only to have its attention focused on 'converting' the LGBT, as well as inspecting the genitals of genderqueer celebrities.
Garvin brings attention to the emotional and physical tolls the risks of speaking up and coming out have on genderqueer and trans persons.
The word "pussy" has long been considered a derogatory term for women's genitalia and a derogatory term for gay and genderqueer men.
(2,3) This study assessed for TGNC identities by asking, "Do you consider yourself transgender, genderqueer, gender fluid, or unsure about your gender identity?" Given the prevalence of TGNC identities in this sample, it is likely that TGNC youth will be encountered in general pediatric practice.
"Queer only has power in so much as it's resisting something," notes Alok Vaid-Menon, a genderqueer South Asian performance artist currently based in New York.