No matter what gender or sexuality, you are amazing ^w^
-heterosexua/straight: attracted to males if they are female, and females if they are male
-homosexual/gay: attracted to the same gender as oneself
-lesbian: a female attracted to the same gender as oneself (see above)
-bisexual: attracted to 2 genders. usually, but not neccesarily, male and female
-polysexual: attraction to multiple, but not all, genders
-pansexual: attracted to ALL THE GENDERS
-skoliosexual: attracted to transgender or other non-binary gendered individuals
-gynesexual: attracted to females (a gender neutral term)
-androsexual: attracted to males (a gender neutral term)
-demisexual: only sexually attracted to someone once a deep emotional bond is formed
-asexual: not sexually attracted to anyone, ever. with this, you can be asexual but biromantic, or panromantic, or anything. that just specifies who you're romantically attracted to
-aromantic: no romantic attraction whatsoever to anyone
-questioning: unsure of one's sexuality, actively seeking answers
-cisgender: conforming with the gender you were assigned at birth
-transgender: not conforming with the gender you were assigned at birth
-agender: no gender whatsoever
-genderfluid: fluctuating between all different sides of the gender spectrum
-genderflux: still fluctuation throughout the spectrum, but sticking to one side or the other
-bigender: identifying with two genders, either at different times or at once
-intersex: having the physical makeup of neither a cisgender male nor a cisgender female
-omnigender: ALL THE GENDERS
-non-binary: an umbrella term encompassing any person who doesn't conform to male or female, but can also be used as an identity of it's own
-neutrois: neutrally gendered
-questioning: unsure of one's gender, actively seeking answer
(NOTE ON GENDER)
personally, i think gender is kind of ridiculous construct. there's no way to list every gender on here because gender is like..... 5d. it's a tessaract. most people try to put it in 2d, by only acknowledging male and female cisgender people. some put it in 3d by also acknowledging transgender and intersex people. i feel like what i have listed above is 4d, but even then, there's no way to cover everyone.
"i called him"
"his eyes gleam"
"that is his"
"he likes himself"
"i called her"
"her eyes gleam"
"that is hers"
"she likes herself"
-they/them/their (as a singular pronoun!)
"i called them"
"their eyes gleam"
"that is theirs"
"they like themselves"
"i called em"
"eir eyes gleam"
"that is eirs"
"ey likes emself"
" i called hir"
"hir eyes gleam"
"that is hirs"
"ze likes hirself"
~if you have any questions about anything said here, feel free to comment. if you feel that something was left out of this description, please let me know~
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