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Herzlich Willkommen! Welcome! No matter what language you speak, or what country you hail from, the MiceForce LGBTQ+ alliance is a safe haven for anyone who agrees with gay rights and equality for all sexualities and gender identities. This is a place for discussion, support, asking questions and sharing stories about orientations and gender identities. Please do not post here if you do not support equal rights. We can agree to disagree, but telling us that you do not support us is rude and unnecessary, so please refrain from doing so. Anyone is welcome to post here, but please read the rules before you do.
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  • Angenital
    {One who is comfortable being gendered, but not having a specific sex; uncomfortable with any set of genitalia but not a gender label.}
  • DFAB
    {Designated female at birth.}
  • DMAB
    {Designated male at birth.}
  • Intersex
    {one whose sex characteristics are not distinctly male or female.}
  • Questioning
    {One who is unsure of their identity.}
  • FtM
    {A (transgender) term for someone who is transitioning from female to male.}
  • MtF
    {A (transgender) term for someone who is transitioning from male to female.}
  • [*]Androgyne
    {One who identifies with both masculinity and femininity.}
    [*]Female
    {A binary gender identity.}

    [*]Male
    {A binary gender identity.}

    [*]Cisgender
    {One whose gender identity matches their sex.}

    [*]Transgender
    {One whose gender does not match their sex.}

    [*]Two-spirit
    {A Native individual who feels their body contains both a masculine and feminine spirit.}

    [*]Agender
    {One who has no gender; non-binary; genderless; neutral.}

    [*]Anoboy
    {One whose gender fades in and out, but always returns as male.}

    [*]Anogirl
    {One whose gender fades in and out, but always returns female.}

    [*]Bigender
    {One who either identifies as two genders at once or fluctuates between two genders.}

    [*]Cryptogender
    {One whose gender cannot be discerned or described in the human language; non-binary; genderless, neutral.}

    [*]Demiboy
    {One who identifies partially as male, partially as another gender.}

    [*]Demigender
    {One whose gender fluctuates between demigenders.}

    [*]Demigirl
    {One who identifies partially as female, partially as another gender.}

    [*]Elissogender
    {One whose gender vaguely moves around without direction.}

    [*]Genderfluid
    {One whose gender fluctuates between different identities.}

    [*]Genderqueer
    {One whose gender does not fit the binary of "male" or "female"; non-binary.}

    [*]Gendervoid
    {One who is void from any gender entirely; non-binary; genderless, neutral.}

    [*]Hemiboy
    {One who identifies as half male, half another gender.}

    [*]Hemigirl
    {One who identifies as half female, half another gender.}

    [*]Inersgender/Anvisgender
    {One who is too lazy/apathetic to care about their gender.}

    [*]Magiboy
    {One who identifies mostly as male and as a small amount of another gender.}

    [*]Magirl
    {One who identifies mostly as female and as a small amount of another gender.}

    [*]Nan0boy
    {One who identifies slightly as male, but mostly another gender.}

    [*]Nan0girl
    {One who identifies slightly as female, but mostly another gender.}

    [*]Nan0-non-binary
    {One who identifies slightly as non-binary, but mostly another gender.}

    [*]Neutrois
    {A nonbinary gender identity; third gender; genderless; neutral.}

    [*]Non-binary
    {One whose gender does not fit the binary of "male" or "female"; another term for genderqueer.}

    [*]Null Gender
    {One whose gender is intangible/undefinable; null; genderless; neutral; third gender; non-binary.}

    [*]Pangender
    {One who identifies as all genders.}

    [*]Surgender
    {One who identifies fully as one gender and as a small amount another gender.}

    [*]Third Gender
    {One who identifies as neither male nor female; another gender altogethe
    r. Not much else is known about it.}
  • [*]Androgynous/Androgyny
    {one who expresses themselves with both masculine and feminine characteristics.}
    [*]Female/Feminine
    {One who expresses themselves as female, or feminine.}

    [*]Male/Masculine
    {One who expresses themselves as male, or masculine.}

    [*]Genderpunk
    {One who makes an effort to mock traditional gender roles/presentation.}

    [*]Genderqueer
    {One whose gender expression does not fit the binary of "male" or "female"..}

    [*]Non-binary
    {One whose gender expression does not fit the binary of "male" or "female".}

    [*]Transexpression
    {One whose gender expression fluctuates due to different factors.}

    [*]Transfeminine
    {One who was assigned male at birth, but identifies more female than male.}

    [*]Transmasculine
    {One who was assigned female at birth, but identifies more male than female.}
    • [*]Any pronouns
      [*]Ask my pronouns
      [*]He/him pronouns
      [*]She/her pronouns
      [*]They/them pronouns
      [*]It/it's pronouns
      [*]Ey/em pronouns
      [*]She/hir pronouns
      [*]S/he/her pronouns
      [*]S/he/him pronouns
      [*]S/he/hir pronouns
      [*]Shi/her pronouns
      [*]Xe/hir pronouns
      [*]Xe/xer pronouns
      [*]Xe/xim pronouns
      [*]Xe/xir pronouns
      [*]Ze/zer pronouns
      [*]Zhe/zer pronouns
      [*]Zhe/zhir pronouns
      • [*]

        [*]Asexual
        {One who does not experience sexual attraction.}
        [*]Bisexual
        {One who is sexually attracted to two genders/sexes.}
        or (both definitions can be used)
        {One who is sexually attracted to two or more genders/sexes.}

        [*]Gay - Lesbian - Homosexual
        {One who is sexually attracted to the same gender/sex.}

        [*]Homoflexible
        {One who is predominantly attracted to the same gender/sex, but may be attracted to other genders/sexes on occasion.}

        [*]Heteroflexible
        {One who is predominantly attracted to the opposite gender/sex, but may be attracted to other genders/sexes on occasion.}

        [*]Straight - Heterosexual
        {One who is sexually attracted to the opposite gender/sex.}

        [*]Pansexual
        {One who is attracted to all genders and/or sexes..}

        [*]Questioning
        {One who is unsure of their identity.}

        [*]Abrosexual
        {One whose sexuality is fluid, or constantly changing.}

        [*]Acefluid
        {One whose sexuality changes, but stays on the ace spectrum.}

        [*]Aceflux
        {One whose level of sexual attraction fluctuates in intensity.}

        [*]Asensual
        {One who does not experience sensual attraction (pleasure involving the senses).}

        [*]Autochorissexual
        {One who feels sexual attraction but in a disconnected manner; experiencing sexual attraction without wishing to partake in anything sexual.}

        [*]Aegoseual
        {One who feels sexual attraction but in a disconnected manner; experiencing sexual attraction without wishing to partake in anything sexual.}

        [*]Grey-Ace
        {One who is not asexual (lack of sexual attraction) but not allosexual (experiencing sexual attraction).}

        [*]Grey-Asensual
        {One who is not asensual (lack of sensual attraction) but does not experience sensual attraction.}

        [*]Aliquasexual
        {One who does not usually experience sexual attraction, but may under certain circumstances or on occasion.}

        [*]Apothisexual
        {One who is on the asexual spectrum who is repulsed by sex.}

        [*]Cupiosexual
        {One who does not experience sexual attraction but still desires a sexual relationship.}

        [*]Demi-Bisexual
        {One who may experience sexual attraction to someone of one of two genders/sexes after a strong emotional bond is formed.}

        [*]Demi-Heterosexual
        {One who may experience sexual attraction to someone of the opposite gender/sex after a strong emotional bond is formed.}

        [*]Demi-Homosexual
        {One who may experience sexual attraction to someone of the same gender/sex after a strong emotional bond is formed.}

        [*]Demi-Pansexual
        {One who may experience sexual attraction to someone of any gender/sex after a strong emotional bond is formed.}

        [*]Demi-Polysexual
        {One who may experience sexual attraction to someone of most but not all genders/sexes after a strong emotional bond is formed.}

        [*]Demisexual
        {One who may experience sexual attraction after a strong emotional bond is formed.}

        [*]Androsexual
        {One who is sexually attracted to men or masculinity.}

        [*]Gynesexual
        {One who is sexually attracted to femininity.}

        [*]Gynosexual
        {One who is sexually attracted to females.}

        [*]Lithsexual
        {One who experiences sexual attraction but does not want it reciprocated; attraction may fade when it is returned.}

        [*]Nocimasexual
        {One who is sexually attracted to all genders/sexes except cisgender males.}

        [*]Nomaflexible
        {One who is predominantly attracted to all genders/sexes except males, but may feel attraction to a male on occasion.}

        [*]Nomasexual
        {One who is sexually attracted to all genders/sexes except males.}

        [*]Polysexual
        {One who is sexually attracted to many, but not all, genders/sexes.}

        [*]Pomosexual
        {One who refuses to have their sexuality put into a category.}

        [*]Recipsexual
        {One who experiences sexual attraction after realizing somebody is attracted to them.}

        [*]Sapiosexual
        {One who is sexually attracted to intelligence.}

        [*]Skoliosexual
        {One who is attracted to non-binary genders.}
    • [*]Abroromantic
      {One whose romantic identity is fluid, or constantly changing.}
      Aegoromantic
      {One who feels romantic attraction but in a disconnected manner; experiencing romantic attraction without wishing to partake in anything romantic.}
      Akoiromantic
      {One who experiences romantic attraction but does not want it reciprocated; attraction may fade when it is returned.}
      Aliquaromantic
      {One who does not usually experience romantic attraction, but may under certain circumstances or on occasion.}

      • Androromantic
        {One who is romantically attracted to men and/or masculinity.}
      • Gyneromantic
        {One who is romantically attracted to women and/or femininity.}
      • Apothiromantic
        {One who is on the aromantic spectrum who is repulsed by romance.}
      • Aroflexible
        {One who predominantly does not experience romantic attraction, but may on occasion.}
      • Aroflux
        {One whose level of romantic attraction fluctuates in intensity.}
      • Aromantic
        {One who does not experience romantic attraction.}
      • Autochorisromantic
        {One who feels romantic attraction but in a disconnected manner; experiencing romantic attraction without wishing to partake in anything romantic.}
      • Biromantic
        {One who is romantically attracted to two genders/sexes.}
      • Cupioromantic
        {One who does not experience romantic attraction but still desires a romantic relationship.}
      • Demi-Biromantic
        {One who may experience romantic attraction to someone of one of two genders/sexes after a strong emotional bond is formed.}
      • Demi-Heteroromantic
        {One who may experience romantic attraction to someone of the opposite gender/sex after a strong emotional bond is formed.}
      • Demi-Homoromantic
        {One who may experience romantic attraction to someone of the same gender/sex after a strong emotional bond is formed.}
      • Demi-Panromantic
        {One who may experience romantic attraction to someone of any gender/sex after a strong emotional bond is formed.}
      • Demi-Polyromantic
        {One who may experience romantic attraction to someone of most but not all genders/sexes after a strong emotional bond is formed.}
      • Demiromantic
        {One who may experience romantic attraction after a strong emotional bond is formed; often combined with other identities.}
      • Greyromantic
        {One whose orientation is between aromantic and romantic.}
      • Heteroromantic
        {One who is romantically attracted to the opposite gender/sex.}
      • Homoromantic
        {One who is romantically attracted to the same gender/sex.}
      • Idemromantic
        {One who categorizes relationships as platonic or romantic based on specific factors.}
      • Lithromantic
        {One who experiences romantic attraction but does not want it reciprocated; attraction may fade when it is returned.}
      • Nocimaromantic
        {One who is romantically attracted to all genders/sexes except cisgender males.}
      • Nomaromantic
        {One who is romantically attracted to all genders/sexes except males.}
      • Panromantic
        {One who is romantically attracted to all genders/sexes.}
      • Polyromantic
        {One who is romantically attracted to many, but not all, genders/sexes.}
      • Quoiromantic
        {One who cannot differentiate between romantic and platonic relationships.}
      • Recipromantic
        {One who experiences romantic attraction after realizing somebody is attracted to them.}
      • Sapioromantic
        {One who is romantically attracted to intelligence.}
      • Skolioromantic
        {One who is attracted to non-binary genders.}
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        • [*]Monoamorous/Monogamous
          {One who has only one partner at a time.}

          [*]Polyamorous
          {One who may have multiple partners at one time.}

          [*]Non-monoamorous
          {One who may have multiple partners at one time.}
          Polygamous
          {One who has more than one spouse.}
        • [*]Holocaust Memorial Days
          • Date: January 27
            • Year of inception: 2005
              • Brief Description: Holocaust Memorial Day or Holocaust Remembrance Day may refer to a number of world-wide commemorations of the Holocaust taking place during World War II. The specific one LGBTIQ+ connected is on January 27th of each year.
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]LGBT History Month (UK)
          • Date: February
            • Year of inception: 2005
              • Brief Description: LGBT History Month is a month-long annual observance of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history, and the history of the gay rights and related civil rights movements. It is observed during October in the United States, to include National Coming Out Day on October 11. In the United Kingdom, it is observed during February, to coincide with a major celebration of the 2003 abolition of Section 28.
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]International Transgender Day of Visibility
          • Date: March 31
            • Year of inception: 2009
              • Brief Description: International Transgender Day of Visibility is an annual holiday occurring on March 31, dedicated to celebrating transgender people and raising awareness of discrimination faced by transgender people worldwide.
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]Day of Silence
          • Date: April [x] - Date varies.
            • Year of inception: 1996
              • Brief Description: Day of Silence is a national day of action in which students across the country vow to take a form of silence to call attention to the silencing effect of anti-LGBT bullying and harassment in schools.
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia
          • Date: May 17
            • Year of inception: According to the official page, 2004
              • Brief Description: The Day represents an annual landmark to draw the attention of decision makers, the media, the public, opinion leaders and local authorities to the alarming situation faced by lesbian, gay, bisexuals, transgender and intersex people and all those who do not conform to majority sexual and gender norms.
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]Harvey Milk Day
          • Date: May 22
            • Year of inception: 2010
              • Brief Description: [x] Our Equality Movement across the globe will celebrate the life story, message, and legacy of my uncle Harvey Milk. Join thousands across the globe to honor his memory and celebrate his message of hope. We are asking you to celebrate Harvey Milk’s life story, message and legacy in celebrating globally on his birthday to give hope and inspire disenfranchised communities.
                (Note; this date is not LGBTIQ+ exclusive, but it is equality based.)
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]LGBT Pride Month
          • Date: June
            • Year of inception: Technically June 1970 onwards.
              • Brief Description: June is celebrated as Pride in honor of the Stonewall Riots, though Pride events occur all year round.
                The month of June was chosen for LGBT Pride Month to commemorate the Stonewall riots, which occurred at the end of June 1969. As a result, many pride events are held during this month to recognize the impact LGBT people have had in the world.
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]Stonewall Riots Anniversary
          • Date: June 28
            • Year of inception: Yearly from 1969.
              • Brief Description: The Stonewall riots were a series of spontaneous, violent demonstrations by members of the gay community against a police raid that took place in the early morning hours of June 28, 1969, at the Stonewall Inn, located in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. They are widely considered to constitute the single most important event leading to the gay liberation movement and the modern fight for LGBT rights in the United States.
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]International Drag Day
          • Date: July 16
            • Year of inception: 2009
              • Brief Description: [x] The day itself relies entirely on you, the people. Since the day is international it would not be feasible to create one big event, therefore IDD needs people to get together around the world to create events on local and even national levels, put on shows or just go out and celebrate drag. Without you this day cannot happen, it is about capturing the spirit of drag as well as celebrating it, so don’t hold back, be fabulous and in the words of Ru Paul, “You better work!”
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]Bisexual Awareness Week
          • Date: September (Begins the Sunday before Celebrate Bisexuality Day.)
            • Year of inception: 2014
              • Brief Description: [x] Bisexual Awareness Week (#biweek) exists to help draw attention to the public policy concerns of bisexual people while also celebrating the great resiliency of bisexual culture and community.
                • Sunday 9/21 #BiHistory – Post, status update and tweet about important moments in bisexual movement history and/or the names and images of famous bi* people throughout history
                • Monday 9/22 #BiFacts – Post, status update and tweet facts about being bi* e.g., stories and statistics about bi* health, safety/security, quality of life, or funding and social disparities
                • Tuesday 9/23 “My #bisexuality looks like…” – Post, status update and tweet “My #bisexuality looks like” finishing the sentence to express bisexual, pansexual, fluid, queer and fluid pride and experience
                • Wednesday 9/24 #BiMedia – Post, status update and tweet the names and images of your favorite bisexual blogs, films, tv shows, authors, artists, cultural workers, and thank them for their work
                • Thursday 9/25 #RecognizeBiMen – Post, status update and tweet selfies of bisexual men. Allies can post, status update and tweet selfies with bisexual men in their lives or holding up an image of the book Recognize: The Voices of Bisexual Men
                • Friday 9/26 #BiTrans – Post, status update and tweet affirming statements and images about being bi* and trans*
                • Saturday 9/27 #BiAllies – Post, status update and tweet selfies of bisexuals with people that love, support and champion them
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]Celebrate Bisexuality Day
          • Date: September 23
            • Year of inception: 1999
              • Brief Description: [x] [Scroll down] September 23 is Celebrate Bisexuality Day (often abbreviated CBD), an international awareness day.(Also referred to as Bisexual Pride Day, Bi Visibility Day, CBD, Bisexual Pride and Bi Visibility Day.)
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]LGBT History Month (USA)
          • Date: October
            • Year of inception: 1994
              • Brief Description: [x] [Scroll down] LGBT History Month celebrates the achievements of 31 lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender Icons. Each day in October, a new LGBT Icon is featured with a video, bio, bibliography, downloadable images and other resources.
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]National Coming Out Day
          • Date: October 11
            • Year of inception: 1988 [x]
              • Brief Description: Every year on National Coming Out Day, we celebrate coming out as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) or as an ally. On Oct. 11, 2014, we marked the 26th anniversary of National Coming Out Day.
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]Ally Week
          • Date: October [x] [GLSEN and students across the country, often as members of Gay-Straight Alliances (GSAs) or similar student clubs, will organize Ally Week on October 13-17, 2014, in schools and communities nationwide.]
            • Year of inception: 2005
              • Brief Description: Ally Week is a week for students to engage in a national conversation and action to become better allies to LGBT youth. This doesn't only mean straight and cisgender allies, but everyone!
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]Spirit Day
          • Date: October 16
            • Year of inception: 2010
              • Brief Description: [x] Millions go purple on Spirit Day in a stand against bullying and to show their support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth. Observed annually since 2010, individuals, schools, organizations, corporations, and public figures wear purple, which symbolizes 'spirit' on the rainbow flag.
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]Intersex Awareness Day
          • Date: October 26
            • Year of inception: 1996
              • Brief Description: Intersex Awareness Day is an internationally observed civil awareness day designed to highlight the challenges faced by intersex people.
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]Asexual Awareness Week
          • Date: October (Dates vary and may extend into November.)
            • Year of inception: 2010
              • Brief Description: [x] Asexual Awareness Week began in 2010 as a campaign targeting the LGBT community and its leadership for greater awareness for asexual people.
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]Intersex Day of Remembrance (Intersex Solidarity Day)
          • Date: November 8
            • Year of inception: Unknown
              • Brief Description: [x] Intersex Day of Remembrance, also known as Intersex Solidarity Day, is an internationally observed civil awareness day designed to highlight issues faced by intersex people. It marks the birthday of Herculine Barbin, a French intersex person whose memoirs were later published by Michel Foucault in Herculine Barbin: Being the Recently Discovered Memoirs of a Nineteenth-century French Hermaphrodite.
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]Transgender Day of Remembrance
          • Date: November 20
            • Year of inception: 1999
              • Brief Description: [x] The Transgender Day of Remembrance was set aside to memorialize those who were killed due to anti-transgender hatred or prejudice. The event is held in November to honor Rita Hester, whose murder on November 28th, 1998 kicked off the “Remembering Our Dead” web project and a San Francisco candlelight vigil in 1999. Rita Hester’s murder — like most anti-transgender murder cases — has yet to be solved.
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]World AIDS Day
          • Date: December 1
            • Year of inception: 1988
              • Brief Description: [x] World AIDS Day is held on 1 December each year and is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died. World AIDS Day was the first ever global health day and the first one was held in 1988.
                [Note: Not fully tied to LGBTIQ+ rights, but refers to illnesses]
          [*][*][*][*][*][*]Human Rights Day
          • Date: December 10
            • Year of inception: 1988
              • Brief Description: [x] The UN General Assembly proclaimed 10 December as Human Rights Day in 1950, to bring to the attention ‘of the peoples of the world’ the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as the common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations.
                [Note: Not fully LGBTIQ+ Orientated, but refers to ALL human rights]
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♡ sᴜᴘᴘᴏʀᴛ ʟɪɴᴋs + ᴍᴏʀᴇ ♡
ɪꜰ ʏᴏᴜ ᴏʀ sᴏᴍᴇᴏɴᴇ ʏᴏᴜ ᴋɴᴏᴡ ɪꜰ ꜰᴇᴇʟɪɴɢ ᴅᴇᴘʀᴇssᴇᴅ ᴏʀ sᴜɪᴄɪᴅᴀʟ:
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255).
List of other suicide crisis lines and sites: one & two
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ʟɢʙᴛǫ+ sᴜᴘᴘᴏʀᴛ sɪᴛᴇs:
GLBT National Help Center
LGBT Support
Information about sexual orientation
LGBT Safe Zone
The Asexual Visibility and Education Network
The Gay Center
LGBT Help Blog
For The Allies
Am I accepted?
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For more questions please PM me!
FAQ:
Is this like a tribe?: No, The main source of Hawkin's Army is on the MF Forums.
 
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Cryaotic

¡Ándale! ¡Ándale!
I feel attacked.
EDIT:
Wait so I would be straight or Gynosexual
EDIT 2.0:
Holy SHIT does this mean I'm questioning now
 
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Hawkin

Mouse
I feel attacked.
EDIT:
Wait so I would be straight or Gynosexual
EDIT 2.0:
Holy SHIT does this mean I'm questioning now
Maybe this video will help you with the gynosexual part of your reply. it's short & simple
Here is another video to help you out, I'd say it will help you to better understand the definition of gynosexual: here
 

Masn

Pingless
very nice,
i’m hella gay! ?
 
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Koutarou

Shaman
Ah one question;
by filling up a form on here.
Does it mean that you're filling up a form for joining the tribe or for joining the alliance here on Mf?
 

Koutarou

Shaman
Hello! Thanks for the support. I'm very glad that this thread is getting the recognition it deserves.
I wanna get one thing very clear: This is NOT a tribe. Yes, there is a tribe for this support group but it's completely optional!
This is mainly-- again, a support group/lgbt alliance for the mf forums & this is where we will be the most active.


You're filling the form for the thread only, but if you do want to join the tribe too, you may do so.
even though i want to join the tribe (which i sadly cant) but i'd love to join the group here in mf/ mf forums!
 

Aesthetic

MAH CHEESE!
Lovely thread
 

Apriicot

Shaman
what a great thread! good luck with it!
 

Beliieve

Pingless
This is super sweet! Although I am straight, I support anybody who is gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, etc. A human is a human, and shouldn't be treated differently just because of what they like or who they like. Nice thread, boo <3.
 
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Glow

Pingless
Nice thread, all your threads are very informative and I like that. Keep up the good work!
 

Chickeb

Cheesus
Love this thread! <3 Keep up the AMAZING work! I actually really like all your threads :)
 

Hawkin

Mouse
[11/8/17] Happy Intersex Day of Remembrance!

Also known as Intersex Solidarity Day, is an international awareness day that aims to draw attention to the issues faced by members of the intersex community. It is observed on November 8th, marking the birth anniversary of Herculine Barbin. Sex characteristics of intersex people to not allow to distinctly identify them as male or female. Herculine Barbin was a French intersex person who lived in the 19th century. She was raised as a female, but was later reassigned as male after an affair with a woman and physical examination. In modern terms, she had male pseudohermaphroditism. Herculine changed her name to Abel and left for Paris where he wrote his memoirs. Barbin committed suicide at age 30.

Intersex Day of Remembrance was created to raise awareness of intersex and highlight the challenges faced by intersex people. One of the most important issues is non-consensual interventions to modify the sex anatomy.
 

Glassdoll

Cheesus
I love this, this needs to be revived. I've been questioning for a while because I felt weird when it came to people asking about my sexuality. I didn't know what I was. I did some research today and finally found something that fit in with me. I'm Demi-hetero. That's final. I feel kinda happy that I finally found myself just a bit :).
 
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