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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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"We have a few members in our cast and creative team who identify as trans or gender nonconforming' or gender-queer.'"
It lists a wide array of examples, including "trans, gender-queer, non-binary, gender fluid, transgender, gender neutral, agender, neutrois, bigender, third gender, two-spirit," and more.
"It keeps me feeling creative, sane, and expressive of my gender-queer identity inside.
The virtue of heterosexuality is overestimated while the goodness of same-sex and gender-queer relations are denied.
As gleefully irreverent as it is visually poetic and musically sensitive, Morris' interpretation of The Nutcracker features, among its many memorable moments, gender-queer snowflakes and a Christmas party with no food, only alcohol.
The university is particularly concerned in offering restrooms and a locker room to those individuals who are transgender or gender-queer, those with disabilities who have an attendant of a different sex/ gender, and parents with young children of another sex/gender.
As a result, even when my politically aware and gender-queer couples beamed that they were getting married, I'd force a smile but was always thinking, "Why?
The Washington Examiner reported that "the 60,000-strong Thomson Reuters media empire, in an effort to determine its diversity success, asked its staff of reporters, researchers, marketers, and others to pick their sex from nine choices, including 'gender-queer,' a category for identities other than man or woman."
If nothing else, the Queer Studies Reader will teach the uninitiated that it is impossible to talk about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, androgynous, asexual, or gender-queer identities without addressing race, nationality, class, colonialism, and feminism.
What do you hope queer and gender-queer readers get from the book?
These includes, among many others, transsexual and trans gender people, trans men and trans women, transvestites, cross-dressers, no-gender, liminal-gender, multigender and gender-queer people, as well as intersex people who relate to or identify as any of the above," said ACCEPT's Michaelidou.
Gonzalez came out as a bisexual when she was 21 and has dated transgender and "gender-queer" people, as well as women.
In the first issue of LTTR (the gender-queer feminist art journal Roysdon cofounded with Ginger Brooks Takahashi and K8 Hardy in 2001), the artist wrote of "the possibility of performing and articulating the movement between static choices of identity." Indeed, this show considered how the body might exceed preconceived categories and outstrip attempts to read it through fixed signs or languages.
Steven Tran, a member of Sigma Phi Beta, Alpha Chapter, who now identifies as gender-queer, could not be more thankful for the fraternity's new policy: "No matter what any of my brothers or I decide to do with our identities, once a brother, always a brother."
Other terms that are similar to 'non-binary' are gender-queer, gender expansive, gender nonconforming, and gender awesome.'