Exiccogender — A gender when thought about, feels empty and has a draining effect, making the individual feel empty themselves. Explorogender can change daily and you can change it accordingly; this is just a name for that desire to constantly explore and change your gender. Anesigender— Physically feeling like a certain gender but feeling more comfortable identifying as another. Orbgender— A gender which feels round, without any edges. Just because you fit into the gender binary nicely doesn't mean everyone else does. Impediogender- A gender which is most often subdued or silent, but becomes more intense whenever it is challenged or one is in a situation in which their gender makes things more difficult.
Vestigender— A gender that blankets another, stronger, gender. Kingender— A gender somehow related to being otherkin. In some extreme cases, antihaemosexuals may only be attracted to people who never menstruate, or who have never menstruated at all. Maybe I'm just being overly pessimistic with regards to society, but I'd love to have a conversation or discussion about this! But that's no reason to slap human gender identities on the character in order to feel validated. Vectorgender— When your gender is in the direction of something, but not actually that something.
Boggender— A gender that feels like a bog, swamp, marsh or similar ecosystem. Arigender— Switching between nonbinary genders while feeling particularly associated with one feeling. Wept at how terrible it is for the suffering of multiple systems to go unheard every day? Check these often as they are updated frequently. Leads to invisibility of non-cisgender identities. Aquarigender— A gender which is fluid between infinite feelings. Melfa Fireworks New Years Eve Christmas traditions vary from country to country. Sometimess referred to as gay.
Melogender— A musical, harmonious gender. Firegender— A fluid gender in a constant state of change that never truly extinguishes. Be sure to search the , , and before creating a new post. This could be a romantic attraction, platonic connection, a spiritual affinity or anything similar. Learning how different people use language to create meaning is important, as is using ourselves. Could be considered as being fluid between gendered and agender. It's a new variation of Special Snowflake Syndrome, where everyone wants to out-special the other.
May be used synonymously in some cases with bigender. Praegender— A god-like gender far outside beyond the normal cognizance of gender that is, omnipresent, not null, but other, and beyond mortality and time. Fissgender— A gender experience that is in some way split, similar to bigender or demigenders. One may also use name gender with their name inserted synonymously. Throughout history there have always been mythical characters that don't fall into the binary genders of male and female, and there have been people like this as well.
The more we know about what you are asking, the better we can answer with more information. If your gay and stay gay, then your gay. Bigender— Identifying as two genders; may be static or fluid. A simple way to think about it is if a person is not transgender, they are cisgender. Enbyfluid— Gender fluidity between multiple nonbinary genders. Dyadic- Someone who is not intersex and when their gentinals, gonads, and chromosomes can all match into either a male or female category Trans Woman- Someone who is assigned as a male at birth, but identifies as a woman Trans Man- Someone who is assigned as a female at birth, but identifies as a man Trans Feminine- Someone who identifies as feminine, but identifies as neither a man nor a woman.
There are still women who only live serve men. Now in the wiki for your pleasure! A gender that is a vast sea of caverns and depths yet to be discovered. Corugender— A gender affected by flashbacks. Glassgender— A gender that is very sensitive and fragile. Telegender— A gender one feels a disconnect and distance from almost to the point of not feeling it. Tenuigender— A small, delicate, fragile gender. We are constantly honing and adjusting language to — our humble goal — have the definitions resonate with at least 51 out of 100 people who use the words.
Genderpositive— A term related to genderflux, which refers to a state when one feels that their gender is present. Infinite in its possibility, it may contain relevant subgenders that define a part of the vast whole. Witchgender— A gender that has closeness or connection to witchcraft and magic. In this sense, this is not a fetish, for the person sees the object as a partner, not a way to enhance a separate sexual relationship with another person Omni: the feeling of a lack of preference in gender and may be attracted to all genders equally; similar to pan- Pan: the feeling of attraction towards any gender or all genders; similar to omni- Penulti: feeling attraction towards every gender except your own Platoniromantic: feeling no difference between platonic and romantic attraction Polar: feeling either extreme attraction or intense repulsion Poly: the feeling of attraction towards most or several genders but not all Polyamory: the practice, desire, or acceptance of having more than one intimate relationship at a time with the knowledge and consent of everyone involved. Every time a gender surfaces, it is unique and will eventually go away and never return.