Dating someone genderqueer
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This is an ever-evolving project that I do my best to check back in on every three or four months.
It’s only in the past three or four years that I’ve come to know a number of people who identify as non-binary, which means that they don’t identify as either male or female. So this has been a journey for me, too, to see the gray space and to understand that not all things are “this” or “that.” “The best way to understand someone is to know them,” Beemyn told me.
Truth be told, I’m a black-and-white kind of guy: Hot and cold. So let me introduce you to 21-year-old Ji-Ho Park, a chemistry major at Duke University, whom I met last fall when I was lecturing on campus.
alphabetically: advocate – 1 noun : a person who actively works to end intolerance, educate others, and support social equity for a marginalized group.2 verb to actively support/plea in favor of a particular cause, the action of working to end intolerance, educate others, etc.agender – adj.: a person with no (or very little) connection to the traditional system of gender, no personal alignment with the concepts of either man or woman, and/or someone who sees themselves as existing without gender.
Sometimes called gender neutrois, gender neutral, or /“al-lie”/ – noun : a (typically straight and/or cisgender) person who supports and respects members of the LGBTQ community.