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LGBT+ History Month 2

24 February 2018

Following on from our previous posts, there are many other flags of which recognise a person’s sexual orientation or a person’s gender identity within the LGBT+ community.

Lesbian – a women who is attracted to other women.

Gay – a person who is attracted to people of the same gender.

Bisexual – a person who is attracted to people of their own gender, and other genders.

Pansexual – a person who is attracted to people of any gender.

Asexual – a person who experiences no, or rarely experiences, sexual attraction.

Intersex – a medical term which references a person who has biological characteristic(s) that cannot necessarily be categorised as “female” or “male”.

Trans – a person who does not identify with the gender they were assigned at birth.

Non-binary – a person who experiences their gender outside the binary of “women” and “man”.

Gender Fluid – a person who experiences their gender in a non-fixed way.

Agender – a person who feels like they have no gender at all.

Demiboy – a person who partially, but not wholly, identifies as a man, boy, or otherwise masculine, whatever their assigned gender at birth.

Demigirl - a person who partially, but not wholly, identifies as a women, girl, or otherwise feminine, whatever their assigned gender at birth.

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