Staticgender— A gender which can best be described as TV static; fuzzy and incomprehensible. At that point you become like a blank slate, being only one gender it doesn't have to be agender or neutral, it can be any gender and the base gender can be different each time. Despite a generally greater to other genders today, the public world is still generally geared toward the gender binary.
At large, attitudes, practices, and inclusivity measures seem to be slowly shifting.
While these gender differences in socialization are probably smaller now than a generation ago, they certainly continue to exist. Gender analysis in health often highlights how inequalities disadvantage women's health, the constraints women face to attain health and ways to address and overcome these. Greygender— Has a gender at least partially outside the binary but it is weak and indefinable.
Exgender— An outright refusal to accept or identify in, on, or around the gender spectrum.
Our gender is personal because, while we share some of these aspects of self with others, the way that all of these identities, influences and characteristics come together is unique to each of us. Human Rights Quarterly, 31 4 , 1155—1158.Next
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Evaisgender— A fluid gender influenced by its surroundings. Sychnogender— A gender that changes multiple times per day.Next
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Fawngender— A gender that is explored through timidity and caution, but blossoms into something natural and cute.Next
Well, as simply as society lets them, which, as we know, is all too often not the case.
Genderblank— Having a gender which can only be described by a blank space; when one's gender is called into question, a blank space is all that comes up. This evolution of language is exciting, but can also be confusing as new terms are created regularly, and since what a term means can vary from person to person. Librafluid— Libragender and fluid between feminine and masculine.Next
Ceterogender— A nonbinary gender with specific masculine, or feminine, or neutral feelings.
A person may fully or partially identify with existing gender roles. Vladimir Pustovit — — CC BY 2.
A person may identify and express their in different ways.
Surgender— Having a gender which is 100% one gender with more on top of that of other gender s. Sometimes, these feelings may be close to an existing term, and sometimes they are indescribable or abstract.Next
Even if biology does matter for gender, they say, the significance of culture and socialization should not be underestimated.