The model of describing orientation with both romantic and sexual attraction (eg. homoromantic asexual) generally used by the asexual and aromantic communities.
A name for gender identities that are not exclusively masculine or feminine and therefore existing outside the traditional idea of two genders, or the gender binary.
A person who dresses in clothing generally identified with the opposite gender or sex
A person whose sex a doctor has difficulty assigning as male or female due to chromosomes, hormones, internal sex organs or genitalia
A person whose gender is not set to any one gender/sex and can change
A person who wears clothing conventially worn by the opposite sex, often in a performance or as an alter-ego
A person who wears clothes associated with another gender or sex
A person whose gender identity and gender expression fits to the gender assigned to them at birth based on their genitals
A person whose gender is a combination of two genders (such as male and female)
A person who is interested in having sexual or romantic relations with the same gender or sex