Tuesday, 19 March 2019

Types of Genders and Sexualities

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Basic Differences among all the Genders and Sexualities

Types of Sexualities

Homosexual

A person how feels romantic and sexual attraction to a member of this same sex. Homosexuality is described as a persistent and predominant sexual attraction to persons of one's own gender – men being sexually attracted to men. Homosexuality is not a fix it can change any time. Some person of them celebrates their sexual fluidity as a good thing.
Homosexuality might be partly driven by a mother’s immune response to her male fetus—which increases with each son she has.

Bisexual

Bisexual who feels romantic and sexual attraction towards both males and females. In a simple word the person who interested in both gender. Lesbian and bisexual women both are interested in women but bisexual also inserted with a man and lesbian doesn’t.

Pansexual

An Individual who feels romantic and sexual attraction toward people of any sex or gender. Pansexual and Bisexual a similar kind of identity but the key difference is that the bisexual person is restricted on two genders (Male and Female) but the pansexual person is can date more than two genders like male-female and transgender.

Asexual

An individual who does not feel sexual attraction or desire for any group of people. Or you can say the lack of interest in sexual attraction or do not have a sexual attraction with any gender.

Transsexual


The medical term for a person who has changed the physical attributes of their sex to be consistent with the gender they identified with. The transgender and transsexual both are related to gender identity but the key difference is that transgender is the umbrella term for those not identified with assigned identity at the time of birth. And transsexual is a person who feels he or she belongs to the opposite sex.

Types of Genders 

Transgender

A person who’s Gender identity is inconsistent with the gender they were ascribed at birth. In other word, Transgender people are people who do not identify with the gender at the time of birth. The people were assigned by gender. A person who was assigned women at birth who transitions and is now a male wants to be called a man. Other people prefer to be called trans-man. Some people become non-binary people.

Cisgender

Applies to the majority where the sex one is assigned at birth is the gender they choose to identify with that gender. In simple, when any child born that time the child with penises assigned at male and child with vagina assigned as women. The assigned gender called CIS. The person who agrees with feel own assigned gender identity at birth that called cisgender.

Bi-gender

An individual who identifies as both man and woman. Bi-gender have both male and female gender expression. It’s not necessary to that they have a mix of man and women. Some of the bi-gender people predominantly male and some of the predominantly women but some of the between the man and women. 

Pangender

Pangender an identity label adopted by people who challenge the binary nature of gender. The person considers themselves to all gender called pangender.


Agender

A person who does not ascribe to any gender. The terms gender-neutral and genderless can also be used interchangeably. Agender describes as without gender, non-gender or gender-free. Or in other words, A person who doesn’t have an internal feeling of male or female or combination of male or female that considered as agender.

Androgyne

A person who does not identify with any gender and nor do they presents themselves as either man or woman. The person who does not fit in any gender neither male nor female. They will identify between man and women. It similar to bi-gender but the bigender people will change with time but androgyne will remain throughout.

Gender-Fluid

Someone whose gender identity is not confined to either male or female. Their understanding of gender is, as indicated, fluid and capable of shifting to fulfil the person’s mood depending on what feels right on a given day. In simple word, the person has a flexible gender identity rather than single gender. It also considers as non-binary.

Gender-Nonconforming

A person who does not look, behave or subscribe to the typical characteristics of their gender. Or in other words, the person’s behaviour doesn’t match with their gender.

Gender-Questioning

An individual who questions their gender and are seeking new ways to experience Express, and present their gender.

Gender-Variant

Anyone who does not have a cisgender identity, also including people who fall under the trans-umbrella. Can be used interchangeably with gender diverse or gender-nonconforming. A person whose behaviour doesn’t match with male or female that come under gender-Variant.

Genderqueer


A person who identifies outside the myopic two-gender system even challenges it. Or a person who feel and express the combination of male and female expression neither their gender expression.

Queer

A term used for sexual minorities who are not heterosexual or cisgender. It is an umbrella term. Anyone in the LGBT community can call themselves queer. Queer used to be an insult.

Transvestite

A cross-dresser. Usually, a person who draws pleasure from dressing in clothes of the opposite sex. Transvestite Don’t Confuse transgender because it is not related to gender or sexual attraction. It totals based on the dressing style of the opposite sex. Sometimes it also uses in dressing style of opposite religion.

Eunuch/Hijra

Hijra/Eunuch is a man who has been castrated (usually) as a boy, which results in hormonal changes. Hijras are neither Man nor Women. They also consider as a social group. They are devotees of Buhuchara Mata, as per Hindus mother goddess.

Gender Identity

An individual’s Psychological and emotional sense of having a gender; Feeling like a men woman both or neither. Or in other words, Gender identity is the person its own gender. It can be the same gender assigned at the birth or it may different also.   
  

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