Transgender Means What ?
When a child is born, a doctor says, "It's a body" or "It's a girl."
Assigning someone's sex is based on biology (chromosomes, anatomy or hormones). But a person's gender identity (the inner sense of being male, female or both (doesn't always match their biology). Transgender people say they were assigned a sex that isn't true to who they are.
Many people have assumptions about what it means to be transgender, but it isn't about surgery, or sexual orientation, or even how someone dresses. It's how they feel inside.
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People Transition To Be True To Themselves
When people make changes to match the way they feel inside, it's called transitioning.
Some change their clothing, hair, and also name. Some ask others to change the pronouns they use to identity them. (They may choose "he", "she", "they", or even "ze".) SOme use hormones or surgery to alter how they look like and feels.
How Is Sexual Orientation Different From Gender Identity ?
I Would like to use the acronym LGBTQ to describe the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer community. The Q can also sometimes mean questioning.
Sexual orientation describes a person's enduring physical, romantic, and/;or emotional attraction to another person (for example: gay, straight, lesbian and bisexual), while gender identity describes a person's internal, personal sense of being a man or a woman, or someone outside of the gender binary.
Simply put: sexual orientation is about who you are attracted to and fall in love with; gender identity is about who you are.
Like everyone else, transgender people have a sexual orientation. Transgender people may be straight, lesbian, gay, bisexual, or queer. For example, a person who transitions from male to female and is attracted solely to men would typically identify as a straight woman. A person who transitions from female to male and is attracted solely to men would typically as a gay man.
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Why Straight People Have Sex With Same-Sex ?
Many types of men engage in same-sex relationships, for a variety of reasons, which I will identify for you. Here are a few of them what I'm do research:
Sometimes heterosexual males experiment with other males sexually, usually in adolescence and or young adulthood (up to age 25), for the experience or to satisfy curiosity.
These straight men have high sex drives and are sexually aroused easily. They connect with men for physical sexual release, which can be quick and easy and allows them avoid having to emotionally engage.
This is also known as "homosexual imprinting." These heterosexual men are not homosexually oriented. They do not sexually desire, nor are they aroused by, other men. However, they compulsively reenact childhood sexual abuse by male perpetrators through their sexual behaviors with other men. If a basically heterosexual boy is molested by a male relative, he may keep "returning to the scene of the crime" to defuse his emotional pain or desensitize himself to it. When his original trauma gets cleared up, the "homosexual" behavior he's reenacting ceases. This isn't about gayness; it is about sexual abuse.
These are men who are romantically attracted to women and are usually partnered with women. They can be sexual with women they love, but they are predominately aroused and driven sexually by desire for sex with other men.
These are heterosexual men who crave affection and attention from their fathers and seek sex with men as a way of getting that male nurturance and acceptance.
"Gay" behavior can be the result of sexual addiction. But even a "cured" sex addict may still feel attracted to men, as do celibate gay priests.
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