LGBTQI

LGBTQI

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As I am part of the LGBTQIA family, I have extensive experience working with:

  • Gay , Lesbian and Bi youth and adults
  • Coming  Out -Each person’s coming out experience is different and the act of coming out is hard and emotional
  • Transgender-male to female, female to male
  • Asexual –  Identity or Orientation includes individuals who don’t experience sexual attraction to others of any gender
  • Allosexual – Those who experience sexual attraction. Use this term helps to normalize the experience of being Asexual
  • Androsexual – Sexual or romantic attraction to men, males or masculinity. This term intentionally includes attraction to those who identify as men, male, masculine,regardless of biology, anatomy or sex assigned at birth
  • Aromantic – Describes people with little or no romantic attraction, regardless of sex or gender
  • Autosexual – A person who is sexually attracted to themselves. Someone’s desire to engage in sexual behavior doesn’t determine whether they’re autosexual
  • Autoromantic – A person who is romantically attracted to themselves. Those who identify as autoromantic often report experiencing the relationship they have with themselves as romantic
  • Biromantic– Those who experience romantic attraction, but not sexual attraction, to individuals of more than one gender
  • Closeted– People in the LGBTQI community who doesn’t publicly or openly share their sexual identity, sexual attraction, sexual behavior, gender expression or gender identity
  • Cupiosexual– Describes asexual people who don’t experience sexual attraction but still have the desire to engage in sexual behavior or a sexual relationship
  • Demiromantic– Describes individuals who experience romantic attraction only under specific circumstances, such as building an emotional relationship with a person
  • Demisexual – Describes individuals who experience romantic attraction only under specific circumstances, such as building an emotional relationship with a person
  • Fluid– This term refers to the fact that sexuality, sexual attraction, and sexual behavior can change over time and be dependent on the situation. It’s used to describe those who experience shifts in their sexuality, sexual attraction or sexual behavior in different situations or throughout the course of their lifetime
  • Grayromantic– A romantic orientation that describes individuals whose romantic attraction exists in the gray area between romantic and aromantic
  • Graysexual -Term used to acknowledge the gray area on the sexuality spectrum for people who don’t explicitly identify as asexual or aromantic
  • Gynesexual– Term used to communicate sexual or romantic attraction to women, females or femininity
  • Libidoist– Asexual Term used to describe an asexual person who experiences sexual feelings that are satisfied through self-stimulation
  • Monosexual– A broad sexual orientation category that includes people who experience romantic or sexual attraction to people of one sex or gender
  • Non Libidoist Asexual- Referring to an identity on the asexuality spectrum, a non-libidoist asexual is someone who doesn’t experience any sexual feelings or have an active sex drive
  • Omnisexual– similar to Pansexual and can be used to describe individuals who sexuality isn’t limited to people of a particular gender, sex or sexual orientation
  • Pansexual– Individuals who can experience sexual, romantic or emotional attraction to any person, regardless of that person’s gender, sex or sexuality
  • Panromantic– Individuals who can experience romantic or emotional (but not sexual) attraction to any person, regardless of that person’s gender, sex or sexuality
  • Passing– Refers to society’s perceptions and assumptions of someone’s sexuality or gender
  • Polysexual– Individuals with a sexual orientation that involves sexual or romantic attraction to people with varying genders. Polysexual orientations include bisexuality, pansexuality, omnisexuality and queer among many others
  • Pomosexual– A term used to refer to those who reject sexuality labels or don’t identify with them
  • Queer– A term used to describe individuals who aren’t exclusively heterosexual.
  • Questioning- The process of being curious about exploring some aspect of sexuality or gender.
  • Sapiosexual– Those who experience attraction based on intelligence, rather that sex or gender
  • Sex-indifferent– Describes those who are asexual and feel indifferent or neutral about sex or sexual behavior
  • Skoliosexual– Those who are sexually attracted to people with non-cisgender gender identities, such as, people who are nonbinary, genderqueer or trans
  • Spectrasexual– People who are sexually or romantically attracted to multiple or varied sexes, genders and gender identities-but not necessary all or any

Where ever you are in your life’s journey, I am here for you and I will help you build a life worth living!

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