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gender fluid

Not strictly identifying as one distinct gender, perhaps identifying as a different gender at different times, or identifying as more than one gender at once. My sex is male, but I'm gender fluid, and I feel more feminine than masculine some days.
See also: fluid, gender
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2000) (classifying genderfluid appearance of plaintiff to be a choice rather than an immutable aspect of their identity); Joseph Landau, "Soft Immutability" and "Imputed Gay Identity": Recent Developments in Transgender and Sexual-Orientation-Based Asylum Law, 32 Fordham Urb.
Part fertility goddess, part saint, the "Melting Queen is Edmonton's perfect mother," and, as River predicts, "Everyone loves a man in a dress on Melting Day, when inversions and perversions are queen Come tomorrow the candy-coated veneer of tolerance will be shattered just like the river." When it becomes clear that River's nonbinary, genderfluid identity is there to stay, emotions run high, and River is made both symbol and target.
Genderfluid design is still underestimated, but it is becoming more relevant.
Teo and Cielo, genderfluid characters in body and mind, are well written, and their relationship develops as a natural part of the story line.
Britain's first genderfluid familyare preparing for a total transformation.
Nicholas identifies themself as genderfluid, and defines their expression in the following way: "One day I want to look like a girl, the other day I want people to see me as if I were a boy" (Nicholas).
"Transgender" refers to the category of persons who identify with a gender that does not correspond with their actual or perceived biological sex, as well as persons who identify as gender non-binary, genderfluid, or agender.
PARENTS Louise and Nikki Draven are raising Britain's first genderfluid family, bringing up their four-year-old son Star Cloud to "not get hung up" on being a boy.
Facebook, with more than a billion users, has recorded some fifty gender classifications (agender, cisgender, transgender, genderfluid, binary, transsexual, LGBTQ, and androgynous, to name but a few).
(29) Non-binary individuals may identify with an intermediate gender (e.g., genderqueer), have multiple genders (e.g., bigender, polygender), have a shifting gender (e.g., genderfluid) or have no gender at all (e.g., agender).
genderqueer, neutrios, intersex, agender, two-spirit, cross-dresser, and genderfluid." (3) While Bratt's La Mission (2009) features a masculine Mexica gay teenager who survives fused homophobic and trans*-phobic violence, Baker's Two Spirit: Injunuity (2013) makes stronger trans* Mexica youth identity affirmations.
Twelve participants identified as cisgender women, four as genderqueer women, one as bigender, and one as a genderfluid woman.
(15) The term trans* (with an asterisk) refers to a diverse group of individuals who may identify as transgender, genderqueer, genderfluid, nonbinary, genderf*ck, genderless, third gender, two-spirit, bigender, or gender nonconforming.
Intro to Gender Studies involves taking a look at how individuals identify their gender, which can be within a range between male and female, agender and genderfluid. The class looks at the difference between the biology of a sex (anatomy, chromosomes), gender identity, and how someone communicates to the world what their gender is.