Gendered Thinking

Gender is as Diverse as Sexuality if not More There are many different gender types and expressions.. genderqueer, trans*(-sexual, -gender, -genderist, -vestite, -cended, -sensual, etc.), gender-gifted, genderqueerriffic, gender-fabulous, gender-plus, gender-more, gender non-conforming, non-gendered, androgyne, bi-gender, boigirl, girlboi, boygirl, girlboy, girlfag, guydyke, pangender, polygender, transguy, transdyke, transwoman, womon, womyn, FTM, FTMTF, MTF, intergender, intersex, omnigender, genderfuck, gender-variant, no-ho, no-op (no hormone, no surgery), genderless, metagender(ed), both man and woman, neither man nor woman, effeminate, feminine, female, femme-as-gender, butch, masculine, male, queer, bigender, birl, byke, dyke, open gender, switch gender, crossdresser, en femme, in “boy mode,” in “girl mode,” drag king, drag queen, gender performance artist, gender impressionist, gender bender, gender blender… etc. Historical and Current Discrimination on ORIENTATION and IDENTITY Historically, bisexuality, pansexuality, trans or intersex,¬†etc. are not mentioned or acknowledge because of both heterosexuality normality or homosexual singleness of solidarity forgetting to respect diversity. In most cultures in the past, including some gay cultures and most religions, there is either a lack of acknowledge or negative reference to a multiple sexual orientation or non-binary gender identity. Bisexuality, pansexuality, ¬†homosexuality or any non-binary gender variance are often feared and hated because of the belief that it degrades the family structure, mating rituals, and opposes to the gender ideals such as masculinity and femininity. In addition, society believes that multiple sexual orientation and multiple gender identity is a negative deviation for men sense it makes them less manly and women since it makes sexual interaction about pleasure and not reproduction. Society perceptions of homosexuality or multiple sexual orientation and multiple gender identity were viewed as a mental defect or sickness. And...