What is “genderqueer”?
Genderqueer is an umbrella term used to talk about everyone who does not fit within the gender binary of male or female. This includes:
ANDROGYNES: Those who are in-between or a mixture of the male and female genders.
AGENDER/GENDERLESS: Those without gender.
PANGENDER: Those who are all genders (sometimes at different times, sometimes all at once).
NEUTROIS/NEUTRAL: Those who are gender-neutral.
THIRD GENDER: Those who are a gender completely seperate from male/female.
POLYGENDER: Those who are more than one gender (sometimes at different times, sometimes all at once) - but not EVERY gender.
GENDERQUEER: Additionally, some people are just “genderqueer” - not wholly male or wholly female, but something else without a label.
What is this blog for?
It’s for celebrating and illustrating all things transgender, third gender, male, female, neutrois, neutral, genderless, pangender, genderfluid, polygender, androgyne and genderqueer in any way.
Who is it run by?
Me. You can call me H. I am a FAAB (female-assigned at birth) genderfluid person. This means I was born with a “woman’s” body but consider myself to be every gender. Sometimes I feel male, sometimes I feel female. Sometimes I feel like both, sometimes I feel like something entirely different. Sometimes I feel like all of them all at once. Yay, fluidity.