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    February 24, 2012


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    Have you seen the the art project that I did with Jen Crothers?

    It continues to be an amazing experience!





    You definitely need stud - what a lot of black butches call themselves in Oakland.


    It looks like you've got Guevedoche listed twice. Also, how about Fruit Fly, Dyke Pike, and/or Dyke Tyke?


    A for Ambigenderous.


    Fey :)

    I normally find myself having to expand this, when pushed, to Fey Aspie Transmasculine Genderqueer, but to my mind I am Fey and that is all I wish to be.

    I want to tell you that I love you but I'm no good at writing gushing emails which is why I've not before now.

    So, yeah. <3


    Hi K - I'm so inspired by your work!

    I recently read a book set in the mid-1800s that referred to gay men as "nellies/a nelly." It didn't appear to have any negative connotations, more endearing actually, although I am not sure that was always the case. It was mostly used in the art world, where it was a little more accepted for men to be effeminate. For some reason I liked it. It might be a good addition because of the historical context.




    Demisexuals. People whose romantic orientation isn't their sexual orientation (that may include heteroromantics, homoromantics, biromantics, etc.)


    A for agender.


    N for neutrois.
    S for slash fans. Fandom takes the reins from straight white cis males and hands them to whoever will take them and run as far outside of the target demographic, of Middle America’s comfort zone, as they can.


    It seems so obvious that maybe I missed it, but I didn't see Transman or Transwoman on there, only 'Trans'. I'll have a think on what else might be missing.


    I like Bender. It says something, but an ambiguous something, about both gender and sexuality.


    Can I hear an 'I' for 'involuntary celibate'?


    D is for demisexual, G is for Gray-A, H is for homoromantic, heteroromantic :) Love the list. I've been looking for something like this. Got a couple to google indeed. Awesome!



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    Does a term from a pretty much defunct message board count as a regional variation? Barbelith Underground used Queterosexual in place of and around Queer Heterosexual or, sometimes, the limin between identities.


    Kinsey 0?





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