Big Thread of Sex, Gender Identities, and Sexuality

vampyroteuthidae vampyroteuthidae
I'm a trans dude and see my body as male (because I'm male and it's my body). I'm pansexual and -romantic.
01/29/2012
Modern^Spank^Anthem Modern^Spank^Anthem
female hetro married
01/29/2012
lcl169 lcl169
I'm biologically female, I guess I'm closer to femme but really I'm a tomboy and don't like the butch-femme dichotomy, and I identify as queer or bi. Biromantic or polyromantic, depending on the circumstances.
01/31/2012
Llewey Llewey
Biologically male, I see myself as androgynous. Identify as agender. I consider myself androphilic or "homosexual" if you are going solely by physical sex and NOT gender.

I would date someone of anywhere on or off the gender spectrum, but I admittedly have an overwhelming preference for male bodies.
02/12/2012
Destri Destri
I am a soft butch female lesbian. I answered 'other' to the sexuality question because I have recently come to discover that what I am is called (for lack of a better term, and I hate labels by the way) a stone auto-erotic. What this means is that I derive pleasure from giving other women pleasure, but I prefer to masturbate to give myself pleasure. I really don't like having other people 'handle' me.
02/12/2012
Missmarc Missmarc
Interesting poll.
02/12/2012
Harpina is gone Harpina is gone
I'm definitely a femme hetero female!
02/21/2012
Hibangel Hibangel
My body is female. More masculine than feminine. I'm strongly attracted to FTMs, andros, and only secondarily attracted to males. I'm demisexual. Panromantic. I identify as genderqueer.
03/01/2012
jamthieves jamthieves
Born female. I identify as male. Panromantic asexual.
03/02/2012
Nightfrost Nightfrost
Born female, highly uncomfortable with my assigned gender, but those feelings aren't always strong enough for me to fully identify as transgender.

As for my orientation, I'm a panromantic asexual.
03/03/2012
plaidvulva plaidvulva
Physically a male, but I am more woman than you'd believe.
03/06/2012
Nirelan Nirelan
Quote:
Originally posted by Chirple
This poll is sort of dual-purpose, getting to know other people and also discussing the labels and what they mean to us.

I know I didn't include everything, but I tried to get a good amount in. Also, 42 seemed like a good stopping ... More
Oy, is it sad that I didn't know what more than HALF of those were?! LOL
04/13/2012
SubmissiveFeminist SubmissiveFeminist
I'm a femme, female-bodied, pansexual lesbian. =P
04/13/2012
Gone (LD29) Gone (LD29)
I am female bodied, mostly femme, bisexual and biromantic, in a long term heterosexual relationship.
04/13/2012
True Pleasures True Pleasures
My body is female, and I'm heterosexual and heteroromantic, although there are times when I'd like to see what having a penis would be like. I think that's just mostly my curiosity, though. Even if I had a penis, I still wouldn't trade my husband for someone female-bodied.
04/13/2012
pix pix
Friends joke me that I'm butch (for stupid reasons like I don't paint my nails or like pink) but I identify as femme so I put that in the poll.
04/14/2012
MasonM MasonM
Quote:
Originally posted by Chirple
This poll is sort of dual-purpose, getting to know other people and also discussing the labels and what they mean to us.

I know I didn't include everything, but I tried to get a good amount in. Also, 42 seemed like a good stopping ... More
Female body, male mind (transexual), pansexual, panromantic, etc.
04/14/2012
kmilly kmilly
i'm biologically female, identify and present as male. transmasculine/ftm. hetero, meaning i'm attracted to vaginas. open in the sense that i could see myself smashing/loving people outside this, but it isn't as likely. in a monogamous relationship with a cis female.
04/15/2012
hyacinthgirl hyacinthgirl
I'm biologically female, demisexual, heterosexual and romantic, and genderqueer. I have what I call gender compensation - around strongly feminine groups, I swing more masculine, and around highly masculine groups, I swing more feminine. I've been referred to as both the perfect boyfriend and the perfect girlfriend. In writing or role playing, I completely adopt the gender of the character I'm working with. I've started regarding my male identity as a separate persona.

My male identity is panromantic, but homosexual (as in, he will romance people of either gender, but is only sexually attracted to penises).
04/15/2012
Voir Voir
Body is female, gender identity is male (so i guess trans*). Uhh presentation is male or androgynous. I'm pansexual but I'm not romantically attracted to people... just physically. If I'm "romantically" attracted I'm not physically attracted and I'd rather hold them close as much-loved friends rather than in a uhh sexual/intimate relationship. So I put other on the romantic interest because idk what that would be at all.
04/24/2012
SalmiakkiVodka SalmiakkiVodka
My body is female but I identify as genderqueer and present androgynous. I am asexual but questioning in my romantic attraction.
04/28/2012
sexxxkitten sexxxkitten
Female, 100% femme, heterosexual and heteromatic.
04/28/2012
Pardalote Pardalote
(Please forgive me if this post winds up in the wrong place - I'm new to this forum)

My body is female (I have mixed feelings about that - I dislike having breasts in public and refuse to tolerate having periods) but I identify and present as nonbinary (I'll accept genderqueer or androgynous too).

I really have no particular sexual orientation... I'd describe myself as sort of A-flexible - primarily/naturally asexual, but I can be sexual some of the time (I don't think I have established preferences yet, but I'm not really drawn to people who are heavily invested in the gender binary). It's sort of complicated and I know it sounds very weird but I'm still learning about who I am and this is what I'm like right now. Haha.
04/28/2012
Anteaterz Anteaterz
Quote:
Originally posted by Chirple
This poll is sort of dual-purpose, getting to know other people and also discussing the labels and what they mean to us.

I know I didn't include everything, but I tried to get a good amount in. Also, 42 seemed like a good stopping ... More
I consier my body as neutral, just /there/, but I am aware it is genetically female. I don't ientify as transgender, I -am- but I identify as male. I'm polyamorous and pansexual X3
04/28/2012
SadoMas SadoMas
female
05/03/2012
thisisadeletedaccount thisisadeletedaccount
I was designated female at birth but I'm most comfortable just describing my body as a genderqueer body, because that's how I identify. I'm pansexual and panromantic - also polyamorous, though that wasn't part of the poll questions.
05/18/2012
AlianneCimorene AlianneCimorene
Interesting poll. To use the terms from the poll, I'm female-bodied, present as mostly femme, and consider myself at the moment to be aromantic asexual. I'm a bit unusual for an asexual person, though, since despite my lack of sexual attraction towards other people, I have a high sex drive, and greatly enjoy masturbation. I just...don't feel any kind of sexual or romantic attraction. This is often difficult for me to explain to people who've known me for a long time, since I experience sensual and aesthetic attraction: I can find people physically appealing and desire touch (cuddles, mostly), I just don't really experience any sexual or romantic attraction, despite the part of me that wants to experience it. I think that maybe, if I wasn't asexual/aromantic, I think I would be pan- or omni-sexual/romantic, but there's just always been that lack of attraction with everyone. It's still messy and confusing right now.
06/23/2012
noabody noabody
I'm a genetic male that didn't experience Gender Dysphoria until age 40 although I've felt like a woman my whole life. I started to come out at around 35 but I guess it just took the right conditions and a feeling of safety before I could conciously accept it.
Now I'm sorting out how to live life as a woman at work and home in a way that won't cause alienation.
I identify as a bisexual female, polyamorous and pansexual. I'm currently genderqueer and genderfluid.
06/24/2012
EdenUser EdenUser
This is really interesting.
06/24/2012
lecanis lecanis
These are such complicated issues! I was surprised at how many options were on this list, actually, since I'm not used to seeing that many in one place.

Personally, I'm physically female, and identify at the moment as genderqueer. I actually spent some time when I was younger living as male, but because the situation was created by an attempt to stay safe, it left me rather confused over what it said about my actual gender. I honestly feel a little 'locked into' a female role in society because of being a mother, and don't feel that I have a lot of current options for gender expression.

In terms of sexuality, I identify as either bisexual or pansexual depending on how much I feel like explaining the terms. I tend to prefer sexual and romantic attachments to women, but have had long-term relationships - including a marriage - with men as well, and have dated a few trans* or genderqueer folk (and one intersexed male).
06/26/2012
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