Hello! I'm Lesly and I'm bisexual and identify as female! I suck at introducing myself so, yeah. I hope I get along with you all!

Hey, my name is Sam, and the first thing you'll want to no about me is, am I a boy or a girl? I'm neither, and I'm both. I'm genderfluid. I don't have any control over it. Yes, I get hate for it. I've dealt with hate all the time online, I've dealt with it at school. I haven't even come out yet. People just say things based off of how I dress. I'll wear a beanie over my hair and wear a boys flannel and jeans and people assume I'm a boy. I wear a dress and people assume I'm a girl. Then if I wear a boys flannel the day after I wear a dress, or the other way around, and people call me a fag or a tranny. I hate it, but it's the way things are for me. And for so many other people. It's not fair.

---Samuel today, he/him or they/them pronouns please.

It's been a while since I've posted here. I have some news. I have been appointed secretary of my school's LGBTQ+ Club! I have so many ideas and I'd love to try and include our little community here if possible. If anyone would be interested in doing something or has any ideas please let me know!

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This month's flag will be the Genderqueer flag designed by Marilyn Roxie in 2011.

Genderqueer is basically the umbrella for everything outside of cis gender orientation.

"The design is aesthetically similar to the gay and lesbian, bisexual, transgender, asexual, and pansexual flags; that is, horizontal bars of color with special meaning. The meaning of the colors in the genderqueer and non-binary flag design are as follows:

Lavender (#b57edc): The mixture of blue and pink (traditional colors associated with men and women, present on the transgender pride flag) as lavender is meant to represent androgynes and androgyny. Also represents the “queer” in genderqueer, as lavender is a color that has long been associated with “queerness” , including gay, lesbian, and bisexual communities.

White (#ffffff): Meant to represent agender identity, congruent with the gender neutral white on the transgender pride flag.

Dark chartreuse green (#4A8123): The inverse of lavender; meant to represent those whose identities which are defined outside of and without reference to the binary. Formerly (#498022), the color is now the true inverse of lavender (#b57edc).

The three colors are not meant to indicate that any of these identities are entirely separate or opposites of one another conceptually; they are all interrelated as well as key concepts in their own right, and there are more concepts and variation of gender and sexuality present that tie into genderqueer identities than can be listed here. The purpose of the flag is to help create visibility for the genderqueer community and related identities." ~Marilyn Roxie


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I found a bunch of gender neutral and genderqueer titles! From parenting and family to relationships to formalities, this post has several options in each category. I hope you guys appreciate them. I'm curious to know what people find and think. Also, if anyone has any more titles not included here, Please, feel free to mention/list them in the comments!

Among my favorites for dating are personfriend, enbyfriend, date, partner, companion, and Imzadi.

I realize it's been a while since I posted anything on here, I'm sorry! I'm going to try to keep it up again. Please, feel free to make posts and to comment. This is a safe space.

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Please participate if you can. It's a really cool thing. A friend of mine and I are going to wear strips of duct tape over our mouths that say we're participating in the day of silence and a little info on what it is. Please note that this day does not excuse you from talking to your teachers if they ask you to.

Hey guys. I was wondering if anyone here is or knows someone who is polyamorous.

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Hey folks, I have good news! Today I found a list of non-binary/neopronouns/otherkin pronouns done by some awesome bloggers on Tumblr. It's in alphabetical order. How can it get better than this?!

I'd love to hear your opinion/reaction to this.

Ey/em/eir/emself, xe/xir/xirself, lun/lun/lunself and bun/buns/bunself are my personal favorite and are totally new to me!

Which one do you prefer?
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SCOTUS RULED! I'm crying!
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