For all the little rainbow people
(& rainbow people supporters)
This studio is a chatroom so y'all can share your feelings & concerns, where you can ask for advice, add cool projects, or just hang out & make friends.
Please don't add any irrelevant, political, or religious projects. Also,
please stay away from ace discourse. Take that to a debate studio.
Ask to be added if you support, but don't ask to be promoted. The managers will promote you if they trust you & if you're active on here enough.
Managers, make sure you ask the studio before changing the name or thumbnail, & you can invite any supporters of your choice. Feel free to add onto the lists below.
-Aro Awareness Week: Feb 19-26
-Trans Day of Visibility: March 31
-National Day Of Silence: April 19
-Lesbian Visibility Day: April 27
-NB Appreciation Day: April 30
-International Day Against Homophobia And Transphobia:
(IDAHAT) May 17
-LGBT+ Pride Month: June
-Bisexual Visibility/Screaming Day: Sept 23
-LGBT History Month: Oct
-National Coming-Out Day: Oct 11
-Ace Awareness Week: Oct 23-29
-Intersex Awareness Day: Oct 26
-Trans Day of Screaming: Nov 6
-Trans Day Of Remembrance:
(TDOR) Nov 20
-Pan day: December 8
Lesbian- a female who likes other females. (mrs. and mrs.)
Sapphic- A girl attracted to other girls/fem-aligned nb people.
Gay- Usually used to describe a male who likes other males, but girls too. Anyone who likes the same gender they identify as. Can sometimes refer to the whole LGBT+ community.
Achillean- Sapphic but for male & male-aligned people.
Bisexual- Likes 2 genders in any combination. Some like male & female people, some like female & nonbinary people, etc.(Bi)
Transgender- Someone whose gender identity doesn't match with the gender they were assigned at birth.
Queer- Umbrella term for the LGBT+ community. Considered offensive to some.
Queer community- A community of anyone who calls themself queer.
Questioning- someone who is questioning (obviously) their gender identity / romantic orientation / sexuality.
Intersex- Someone who wasn't assigned male or female at birth. They have a combination of traits that are both male & female.
Aromantic- Feels no romantic attraction. (Aro)
Asexual- Feels no physical attraction. (Ace)
Pansexual- Attraction to potentially anyone, disregarding gender and biological sex (Pan)
Polysexual- Attraction to multiple but not all genders. (Poly)
Polyamorous- Attraction or romantic involvement with more than 1 person. A person can be polyamorous & any sexuality / romantic orientation
Homosexual - attracted to the same gender, aka gay or lesbian
Omnisexual- Like pan, but wants to know a person's personality before potentially having any attraction to them.
Abrosexual: Having a fluid (changing) sexuality. (Abro)
Nonbinary- Someone who doesn't fit in the gender binary (not male, not female).
Genderqueer: Is not cis or doesn't fit into the gender binary.
LGBT+- the short way of saying "isn't straight or cis".
LGBTQIAPN- the full acronym. Some people cut it off with + at some letters. There are more letters, though.
MOGAI and SAGA- Marginalized Orientations, Gender Identities, & Intersex / Sexuality and Gender Acceptance. Separate communities.
~Asexual, Aromantic, & Genderqueer terms
Asexual & Aromantic- Scroll up
Aspec/A-spec- Asexual/aromantic spectrum.
Demisexual- Feels sexual attraction only when the demi person & other person have a strong connection. (Demi)
Gray-asexual- Rarely feels sexual attraction.
Aceflux- Fluctuates between having & not having sexual attraction.
Aroflux- Same as aceflux but with romantic attraction.
Agender- A (prefix)- no, gender. No gender.
Genderfluid- Someone who slides between genders (can go from female to male, back to female, then nb, etc)
Genderflux- Someone whose gender fluctuates, but traditionally only on one side of the spectrum
Demigirl- Someone who identifies partially as female & partially
something else (usually a nb gender).
Demiboy- Same as demigirl but with IDing partially as male instead of female.
Demiflux- somebody who identifies partially as agender whose gender identity fluctuates.
Bigender- Identifying as two genders at the same time.
Stargender- Not identifying as any of the other genders/a gender that doesn't match any other
Auxiliary pronouns- The most common set of pronouns: he/she/they.
Spivak pronouns- Less common: there are many but some examples are ey/em, ze/hir, and xe/xem.