Where can I find information about gender identities?
Last Updated: 06/08/2020 at 9:15pm
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http://itspronouncedmetrosexual.com/2013/01/a-comprehensive-list-of-lgbtq-term-definitions/ is a really good source for a lot of gender identities and LGBTQIAP+ terms. Everything under the rainbow.
http://genderqueerid.com/gq-terms Here are some identities. The are male, female, agender and genderqueer which includes all the definitions which fall between man and woman.
You could check our forums, or feel free to browse listeners in the LGBTQ+ tag and find someone who could help you! Also the internet has a plethora of resources. I specifically like the "Gender Bread Person"
You can Seek the information from your local LGBT Center or go online and look around on the web and see what information is found.
Enroll in a class about gender and sexuality, research on the internet, or ask an expert regarding gender identities.
HRC.ORG is a good place to start. You can look up Gender Dysphoria on psychologytoday.com. There seems to be a lot of information there that could be helpful. Did you want to talk about you specifically? This must be difficult. Have you ever talked to anyone who is going through the same thing?
there are many different websites out on the internet that can give you information on what gender identities there are, and a description on what they are>
There are lots of resources you can find information about gender identities, I suggest looking up different identities on the internet, there are a lot more than just male, female, nonbinary, and transgennder out there!
The HRC (human rights campaign) is a great place to start for LGBTQ resources! As a trans man, I totally get where you’re coming from. So one of the best things for me was to look into lots of articles, there’s also lots of stuff from the Trevor Project that is pretty helpful for those questioning their gender identity. Also, talking to or listening to the lived experiences of those who aren’t cisgender can help too, but just remember that it’s different for everyone and that’s totally okay. If you ever want any help from someone who’s been there we can chat! :) I hope you figure things out. It’s also totally okay to take a long time figuring things out too.
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