genderqueer

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genderqueer

Describing one who does not consider gender as a binary of two exclusive options (male and female) and who identifies as neither male nor female, or as a combination of genders. I want to talk to a genderqueer person to try to better understand their views on gender. My friend Sal doesn't identify as exclusively female—they consider themself genderqueer.
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*So cool to see a genderqueer sex worker on a national magazine cover, and how amazing that it's ME!*--Jiz Lee
A genderqueer individual who was born into a male body might grow or shave a beard to index masculinity.
In this first example, Atlas, a genderqueer person in their early twenties describes their gender as perceived by the outside world.
As one participant, Ezra, said in an interview, the creation of a genderqueer identity comes out of a love and enthusiasm for gender, not a desire for it to "go away." This enthusiasm and creativity emerges at the phonetic level, as people combine masculine and feminine linguistic features to construct a non-normative phonetic pattern, and on the lexical or word-level, as people invent new pronouns or as Taylor, who we saw subversively and enthusiastically invited people to call them by many different pronouns.
Genderqueer Parenting has the potential to help a lot of people navigate the murky waters of what it means to be a genderqueer parent.
"Some youths deal with being excluded on a day-to-day basis," says 21-year-old Cris Benjamin, a genderqueer from Bronx, N.Y.