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Pangender

Pangender people are those who feel they identify as all genders. The term has a great deal of overlap with genderqueer and trigender.[1][2] Because of its all-encompassing nature, presentation and pronoun usage varies between different people who identify as pangender. Some people who identify as pangender seek to transition.

Pangender can be considered a 'problematic' or incorrect term; as it is impossible to associate with every gender in existence, if spiritual and cultural genders such as Two-spirit and Hijra are included. People who identify as pangender might more accurately be speaking of a desire or willingness to include aspects of any and/or all genders in their lives, rather than making a claim that they associate with every gender which exists.

See also

References

  1. ^ Scruton, Sue (2014). Trans Needs Assessment Report (PDF). 190 O’Connor Street, Suite 100, Ottawa, ON: Canadian AIDS Society. p. iii.  
  2. ^ "Queer Terminology - From A to Q" (PDF). qmunity.ca. QMUNITY. July 2013. p. 12. Retrieved 19 February 2015. 

External links

  • Transgender Youth Pamphlet


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