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Genderqueer is an umbrella term for people whose gender identity falls outside of the traditional binary of male and female. It encompasses a wide range of experiences, and there is no one "right" way to be genderqueer.

Here are some key points to understand about genderqueer identities:

  • Gender identity is a person's internal sense of being male, female, neither, both, or something else entirely. It's different from sex assigned at birth, which is based on physical characteristics like genitals.
  • Genderqueer people may experience their gender as fluid, meaning it can change over time. Some may feel like they have a mix of male and female qualities, while others may not identify with any gender at all.
  • Gender expression is how someone presents their gender to the world through things like clothing, hairstyle, and behavior. Genderqueer people may express their gender in ways that are traditionally associated with masculinity, femininity, or both.

Here are some specific examples of genderqueer identities:

  • Non-binary: A person who does not identify exclusively as male or female.
  • Genderfluid: A person whose gender identity changes over time.
  • Agender: A person who does not identify with any gender.
  • Genderflux: A person whose gender identity fluctuates in intensity between male and female.

It's important to remember that gender is a spectrum, and there is no right or wrong way to experience it. If you're not sure how to refer to someone, it's always best to ask what pronouns they use.

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