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LGBT Terms Crossword

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6.Clothing, characteristics, traits and behaviors culturally associated with masculinity and/or femininity.
7.Slang term for heterosexual.
9.Describes organizations or institutions that are open, affirming and accepting of transpeople and their social, political and cultural needs.
11.The irrational fear and hatred of all those individuals who do not conform to dominant gender categories.
12.describes people who transgress culturally imposed norms of heterosexuality and gender traditionalism.
14.The process by which lesbians, gay men and bisexual people recognize, acknowledge, accept and typically appreciate their sexual identities.
15.A procedure that physically transforms the genitals using plastic surgery.
16.Describes individuals who identify as having both a “male” and “female” side to their personalities.
18.The societal and cultural, institutional and individual beliefs and practices that privilege heterosexuals and subordinate and denigrate lesbians, gay men and bisexual and pansexual people.
22.people who are born with physical sex markers (genitals, hormones, gonads or chromosomes) that are neither clearly male nor female.
23.Describes a person who is attracted to both men and women. Because bisexual assumes a binary, male/female paradigm, many individuals now use the term pansexual.
24.The societal and cultural, institutional and individual beliefs and practices that privilege men and subordinate and denigrate women.
26.An umbrella term that describes people who permanently or periodically dis-identify with the sex they were assigned at birth.
1.An acronym, which stands for “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender.”
2.A term that describes individuals who stray from socially accepted gender roles.
3.Heterosexual people who confront heterosexism in themselves and others out of self-interest, a concern for the well-being of lesbians, gay men and bisexual or pansexual people, and a belief that heterosexism is a social injustice.
4.In its broadest sense, asexual describes individuals who are not sexually attracted to others or are not interested in sex. Those who identify as asexual may still be romantically attracted to others.
5.Describes a person whose emotional, romantic and sexual attractions are primarily for individuals of the same sex.
8.Describes individuals who possess identities that fall outside of the widely accepted sexual binary.
10.The sex/gender one is considered to be at birth based on a cursory examination of external genitalia.
13.Literally, the fear of homosexuals and homosexuality; however, this term is generally applied to anyone who dislikes LGBTIQ people, who uses derogatory sexuality- or gender-based terms, or who feels that LGBTIQ people want “special rights” and not “equal rights.”
17.Hiding one’s sexual orientation.
19.The period of time in which a person begins to live in a gender role that is in accordance with his or her internal gender identity.
20.A woman or girl whose emotional, romantic and sexual attractions are primarily for other women or girls.
21.When someone discloses information about another’s sexual orientation or gender identity without that person’s knowledge and/or consent.
25.To be openly lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, queer or intersex.

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