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Ultimately, the word queer is whatever you want it to be – an expression of your gender, who you’re attracted to, or how you see yourself.

Find the word that feels right to you, explore a new term, or decide not to label yourself at all – the choice is yours!

Queer Identities Originally used to put people down, the term Queer is starting to be used in a positive way by many LGBTQ people to describe someone who doesn’t identify as straight and/or doesn’t identify as cisgender (cisgender means someone who identifies with the gender they were given at birth).

The wanna-bi will try to use the mannerisms of someone that prefers the same sex.

However, if propositioned in person by someone of the same sex, the wanna-bi runs away.

That may sound a little bit complicated, but it really just means that queer is a non-binary label that describes diverse gender identities and sexual orientations.

The word queer can also be used as a way to reject the acronym “LGBT,” which some people feel is restricting.