Someone I know told me they prefer they/them pronouns recently, but I honestly have no idea what that means. I was wondering if anyone could share an info graphic or an explaination of common terms for anything other than gay straight and bi. Those are the only things I'm really familiar with. Thanks.
I'd still be interested to learn a general vocabulary list so I'm not completely ignorant when it comes to gender and sexuality in today's world. Like, what does gender fluid mean? I see obscure words used all the time to describe gender on social media but I can't tell what is parody and what's real. Just looking for help understanding
Here you go fampai. Also has gender fluid on the list. It's by alphabetically order so look under 'G'. 4chan /LGBT/ isn't the best place to look for answers when it comes to anything that isn't, les,bi,gay,trans,sometimes asexual. They'll immediately call you snowflake even when you prove them wrong because they're hateful fags kek.
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I refer they/them pronouns. It means you don't see yourself as either a man or a woman, but rather something else, or in some cases both. Pretty simple really, but some people freak out just because the idea of being non binary is so foreign to them.
It's more that this board tends to err on the side of science which currently only really support lgbt and asexuals as existing. The rest is just random identity politics. People have enough trouble understanding trans even when it's backed up by pretty heavy science, you can't expect everyone to accept all the other miscellaneous identities which aren't really backed up by any scientific studies.
It means that, when referring to them in the third person, they would prefer you to use "them" rather than "him/her", and "they" rather than "he/she". For more, you're better off asking them than us. The gender neutral singular pronoun set is applied to a very wide range of people.