After the survey you will find a small glossary with some definitions of gender identities and sexual orientations to make it easier and clearer to answer.
Cisgender: refers to both men and women. It’s a term used to describe people whose gender identity and biological gender match.
Transgender: refers to both men and women. It’s a term used to describe people whose gender identity and biological gender do not match.
Bigender: is a term used to describe people who identify with the masculine and feminine gender either simultaneously or alternately.
Flowing gender: it is understood that an individual is of fluid gender when it is not identified with a single gender identity, but circulates among several. It is often understood as a changing state in which the person will not always feel like man, woman, neutral or any other kind of gender, can even feel belonging to several at a time.
Agender: is an identity in which the person is not identified with any gender. The person is not considered within the definitions or stipulations given to any gender and feels the need to establish themselves in a gender identity located as null.
Pangender: it is an identity in which all the identities of gender are located, but in a fixed and non-variable way as in the fluid genre.
Two spirits: it is a concept native to Native American peoples. The term two spirits usually implies that a male and a female spirit coexist in the same body and therefore have patterns of behavior associated with the masculine and feminine genders.
Third gender: is a term used to refer to a person who is not classified within the male / female gender identity, but as a mixture of the two or at a neutral point between them. A person of the third genus may have a physical expression that relates to a particular genus or combination of both genres, involving gender discordance or a type of gender transition.
Intergender: it is a gender identity that describes those who do not consider themselves cisgénero. They define themselves as a non-normative gender that does not fit the established frameworks.
Heterosexual: person who feels sexual attraction by people of the opposite sex.
Homosexual: person who feels sexual attraction by people of the same sex.
Bisexual: person who feels sexual attraction by people of the same sex and the opposite.
Pansexual: person who feels sexual attraction towards individuals regardless of gender or gender.
Asexual: person who is lacking, little or no interest in human sexual activity.
Polisexual: person who feels sexual attraction towards people of more than two genders or sexes but not necessarily to all the sexes or genders.
Demisexual: a person who feels, exclusively, sexual attraction towards people with whom he has previously developed strong, stable or lasting bonds of emotion. Before that the person in question will behave as an asexual and may even become identified as such.
Antrosexual: a person who has not defined his orientation regarding the attraction that he feels sexually towards others. This means that he can be heterosexual, homosexual, demisexual, pansexual, bisexual, etc., sometimes even asexual.
Skoliosexual: a person who experiences sexual attraction to persons identified as non-binary or those who do NOT identify themselves as a cisgen. It is not generally described as an attraction to specific genitalia or an allocation of sex at birth.