A word to describe a person who dresses, at least partially, as a member of a gender other than their assigned sex; carries no implications of sexual orientation. Brotherboy and Sistergirl Terms used by some Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to describe trans people. Academic fields and discourse. A set of lifestyle norms, practices, and institutions that promote binary alignment of biological sex, gender identity, and gender roles; assume heterosexuality as a fundamental and natural norm; and privilege monogamous, committed relationships and reproductive sex above all other sexual practices. Pansexual Describes the sexual, romantic or emotional attraction towards people regardless of their sex or gender identity. An umbrella term that is often used to refer to the community as a whole.
Hermaphrodite is an outdated and inaccurate term that has been used to describe intersex people in the past.
Institutions such as family, government, industry, education, and religion are shapers of, as well as shaped by, the other two levels. And for some people, they are defined enough to be both gay and queer in a given moment. Leather community:
Heterosexuality and homosexuality are the most well-known forms of monosexuality.