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Transcript of GAYGAYGAYGAYYYYY
ELLERY SCHILLER (Agender, Asexual)
KEVIN XHORI (Male, Bisexual)
CHARLES CHANG,(Male, Heterosexual)
REI CHIU (Male, Heterosexual)
ELAINE NGUYEN (Female, Bisexual)
A gay person is a person and especially a man who is homosexual.
A homosexual is a person who is sexually attracted to members of the same sex.
A lesbian is a female homosexual.
Because there is more than one type of attraction
Yes, there is such a thing as a flag for heterosexuality...
Yes, these are genitals. Get over it.
Various intersex genitalia
person is a person
who is sexually attracted to
someone of the same gender of
their self and someone of a
different gender than their self.
(can be more than just attraction
to just two genders)
person is a person
who is attracted to all genders.
Some call it "attraction regardless
These sexualities do overlap.
You can choose to use whatever
'label' you prefer.
The tv show 'Sirens' has an openly asexual character in a romantic-only relationship with another character
Asexuality is lack
of sexual attraction.
They can still have
Aromantic is a lack
of romantic attraction.
They may still have
Trans*gender means being
a different gender than the
one assigned to a person
The * represents the
genderqueer, not just
Cisgender means staying the gender
you are assigned as at birth
Just so we're clear...
Your orientation can have the same sexual and romantic attractions or different.
You can also have sensual attraction and aesthetic attraction.
It's also okay to not know what the hecky kind of attraction you are feeling!
(This isn't all of them, just the mains)
(Credit to asexual-not-a-sexual.tumblr)
just male and female- those are binary genders.
Gender can be identifying with multiple genders or none or somewhere in between genders
So basically Gender looks like this:
asexual-not-a-sexual.tumblr has some great rules on how to be a cis-ter to your trans friends and family
Three common arguments against words used in the LGBT community debunked
1. You can't add more words
New words are added to the dictionary annually. Some new additions are sexting, Man-cave, and Shipping (as in fictional relationships)
2. "There are too many words, I can't remember them all"
Yo, original pokemon consisted of 150 fake animals and I bet you nerds can remember them all, plus the hundreds of new ones. I think you can remember a few extra words for human sexuality.
3. "It's too hard to learn new words"
You learn new words literally everday so shut up. Seriously, you might as well just fail your SAT's now if it's too hard for you to learn a few new vocabulary words.
Everything here is black and white, like how people treat straight and gay people.
Heteronormavity is the assumption that people are heterosexual unless stated otherwise. This leads to problems such as queer baiting. *cough* Moffat *cough*
Furthermore, people assume others to be straight unless proven otherwise.
Intersex is a sexual identity that describes someone who has sex characteristics that are neither entirely male nor female. Various intersex genitalia are pictured at the right