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rebeloke
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Serious discussion about sex and gender identity
Please no flames or you will ruin this discussion of a very sensitive subject. (Not that it will make a difference)

LBGTQ

The lines are beginning to blur for me, well not in a transitional sense but a cognitional ideational way.

Lesbian=female attracted to females
Bisexual=can go either way
Gay=attracts to same sex
Transgender=identify with opposite gender from birth gender
Queer=I got no clue, if the above didn’t suffice then who knows

What is male and what is female? If one can be a sex but different gender this needs clarification.

Very interested to learn more.






GreatLakesTiger24
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Serious discussion about sex and gender identity

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rebeloke


frick yes


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jdeval1
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re: Serious discussion about sex and gender identity
Male XY
Female XX

No surgery will or can change this.


Powerman
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re: Serious discussion about sex and gender identity
transgender is just a mental delusion

Pandering to transgenders about their gender dysphoria is like agreeing with anorexic people that they're fat.


tLSU
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re: Serious discussion about sex and gender identity
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Very interested to learn more


Are you trying to hit on us?


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DavidTheGnome
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re: Serious discussion about sex and gender identity
LINK

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Queer is an umbrella term for sexual and gender minorities who are not heterosexual and/or not cisgender. Originally meaning "strange" or "peculiar", queer came to be used pejoratively against those with same-sex desires or relationships in the late 19th century. Beginning in the late 1980s, queer scholars and activists began to reclaim the word to establish community and assert an identity distinct from the gay identity. People who reject traditional gender identities and seek a broader and deliberately ambiguous alternative to the label LGBT may describe themselves as queer.

Queer is also increasingly used to describe non-normative[note 1] (i.e. anti-heteronormative and anti-homonormative) identities and politics.[1] Academic disciplines such as queer theory and queer studies share a general opposition to binarism, normativity, and a perceived lack of intersectionality within the mainstream LGBT movement. Queer arts, queer cultural groups, and queer political groups are examples of expressions of queer identities.

Critics of the use of the term include members of the LGBT community and others who associate the term more with its colloquial usage as a derogatory insult or who wish to dissociate themselves from queer radicalism.




I have no idea what that means tbh


IT_Dawg
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LESBIAN: Women who experience sexual, romantic, physical, and/or spiritual attraction to other women.

GAY: Used in some cultural settings to represent men who are attracted to men in a romantic, erotic and/or emotional sense. Not all men who engage in same gender sexual behavior identify as gay, and as such this label should be used with caution.

BISEXUAL or BI: A person who experiences sexual, romantic, physical, and/or spiritual attraction to people of their own gender as well as other genders, not necessarily at the same time, in the same way, or to the same degree.

TRANSGENDER: A person who lives as a member of a gender other than that expected based on sex or gender assigned at birth. Sexual orientation varies and is not dependent on gender identity.

TRANS WOMAN: An identity label sometimes adopted by male to female trans people to signify that they are women while still affirming their transgender history.

TRANS MAN: An identity label sometimes adopted by female to male trans people to signify that they are men while still affirming their transgender history.

QUEER: A political statement, as well as a sexual orientation, which advocates breaking binary thinking and seeing both sexual orientation and gender identity as potentially fluid. The term is a simple label to explain a complex set of sexual behaviors and desires. For example, a person who is attracted to multiple genders may identify as queer. Many older LGBT people feel the word has been hatefully used against them for too long and are reluctant to embrace it. “Queer” can be used as an umbrella term to refer to all LGBTQI people.

QUESTIONING: An individual who is unsure of and/or exploring their gender identity and/or sexual orientation.

INTERSEX: Intersex is a set of medical conditions that feature congenital anomaly of the reproductive and sexual system. That is, intersex people are born with “sex chromosomes,” external genitalia, or internal reproductive systems that are not considered “standard” for either male or female. The existence of intersexuals shows that there are not just two sexes and that our ways of thinking about sex (trying to force everyone to fit into either the male box or the female box) is socially constructed.

ASEXUAL: A person who does not experience sexual attraction. They may or may not experience emotional, physical, or romantic attraction. Asexuality differs from celibacy in that it is a sexual orientation, not a choice. People who are asexual may call themselves ?ace.

AROMANTIC: A person who experiences little or no romantic attraction to others.

HETEROSEXISM: Prejudice against individuals and groups who display non-heterosexual behaviors or identities, combined with the majority power to impose such prejudice. Usually used to the advantage of the group in power. Any attitude, action, or practice? backed by institutional power that subordinates people because of their sexual orientation.

CISGENDER: someone who feels comfortable with the gender identity assigned to them based on their sex assigned at birth.

LGBTQI ALLY: Someone who confronts heterosexism, anti- LGBTQIA biases, heterosexual and cisgender privilege in themselves and others; believes that heterosexism, homophobia, biphobia and transphobia are social justice issues


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jdeval1
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Da fuq did I just read?


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EST
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re: Serious discussion about sex and gender identity
That is how restrooms should be labeled now:

XX

or

XY


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Ross
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re: Serious discussion about sex and gender identity
I swear there are more letters added to that acronym every year

By 2020 it’ll be the LGBTQIALOLWTFBBQ
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NoHoTiger
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re: Serious discussion about sex and gender identity
Sex is biological gender is social norming.

Typically gender and sex match. However, not every gender norm matches biological sex. I.e men who stay home with the kids, women who are the providers.


Langland
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re: Serious discussion about sex and gender identity
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Very interested to learn more.


You should research mental disorders.


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rebeloke
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re: Serious discussion about sex and gender identity
The thing is, if sex and gender are non-binary and fluid, then what is the point in trying to figure it out? You could have a birth male who identifies as a gender female who gets reassigned to female sex, but is attracted to other females, who is dating a biological male who identified with female gender and got reassigned to female sex and is attracted to females. Now that was a lot of work for two dudes to not be gay.


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DeafJam73
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Penis = man
Vagina = woman

That’s it. I don’t care what lefty loonies try to force on everyone else. If you’re a grown adult and you want to identify as another gender in a social aspect, fine. But when it comes to legality and medical issues, what is or isn’t dangling between your legs when you are born is what you are. Society can’t pander for such an insignificant percentage of society.


Oilfieldbiology
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You are such a terrible poster. I hope your entire existence on this site is a troll and you are not this terrible in real life
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el Gaucho
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re: Serious discussion about sex and gender identity
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Typically gender and sex match. However, not every gender norm matches biological sex. I.e men who stay home with the kids, women who are the providers.

Like all the mr moms on here that say they "work from home" guess they're Bruce genders now


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Loungefly85
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LGB and male/female are legit. Every letter and gender after that is made up bull shite.


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Bestbank Tiger
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re: Serious discussion about sex and gender identity
Crazy. But makes more sense than a rebeloke thread identifying as a good thread.


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lsu13lsu
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re: Serious discussion about sex and gender identity
Child Predator says he is child trapped in man’s body

This Guy seems equally sane about his life as some of these gender people.


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