Things I like.
Things I say.
Things I need to get done.
This is all about me.
Who am I?
That is up for debate.
Cisgender: An identity of a person whose gender identity is aligned with the sex they were assigned at birth.
Gender Non-Conforming: an identity or gender expression of a person who has gender characteristics and/or behaviors that do not conform to traditional or societal gender expectations.
Genderqueer: a person who often feels they don't fit fit in society's gender binary. Often, but not always, this identity includes a political desire to challenge society's gender norms and gender identities.
Two-Spirit: In some Native American tribes, people who don't fit the traditional gender role typically assigned to them. *While this is also a chosen identity, it is racially, culturally, and historically insensitive for anyone non Native American to identify as Two-Spirit.*
Intersex: a general term used for a variety of conditions in which a person is born with a reproductive or sexual anatomy that doesn't seem to fit the typical definitions of female or male. e.g. at birth, appearing female on the outside, but having mostly male-typical anatomy on the inside; ambiguous genitalia (noticeably large clitoris, no vaginal opening, noticeably small penis, divided scrotum, etc.); mosaic genetics (some XX chromosomes, some XY chromosomes); etc.