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Understanding the difference between Men and Women . . .



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Reply Understanding the difference between Men and Women . . . (Original post)
akaConcernedCanuk Jul 2019 OP
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Thu Jul 11, 2019, 10:39 AM

1. Hey hey, i like foreplay, don't just like to jump in :D

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Thu Jul 11, 2019, 11:04 AM

2. You need to tell that to those who believe there are 112 genders...

Gender identity in 2019 is taken more seriously and Tumblr has a list of total 112 genders currently.
Here are all of them listed alphabetically with a description:

Abimegender: a gender that is profound, deep, and infinite; meant to resemble when one mirror is reflecting into another mirror creating an infinite paradox.
Adamasgender: a gender which refuses to be categorized.
Aerogender: a gender that is influenced by your surroundings.
Aesthetigender: a gender that is derived from an aesthetic; also known as videgender.
Affectugender: a gender that is affected by mood swings.
Agender: the feeling of no gender/absence of gender or neutral gender.
Agenderflux: being mostly agender except having small shifts towards other genders making them demigenders (because of the constancy of being agender).
Alexigender: a gender that is fluid between more than one gender but the individual cannot tell what those genders are.
Aliusgender: a gender which is removed from common gender descriptors and guidelines.
Amaregender: a gender that changes depending on who you’re in love with.
Ambigender: defined as having the feeling of two genders simultaneously without fluctuation; meant to reflect the concept of being ambidextrous, only with gender.
Ambonec: identifying as both man and woman, yet neither at the same time.
Amicagender: a gender that changes depending on which friend you’re with.
Androgyne: sometimes used in the case of “androgynous presentation”; describes the feeling of being a mix of both masculine and feminine (and sometimes neutral) gender qualities.
Anesigender: feeling like a certain gender yet being more comfortable identifying with another.
Angenital: a desire to be without primary sexual characteristics, without necessarily being genderless; one may be both angenital and identify as any other gender alongside.
Anogender: a gender that fades in and out but always comes back to the same feeling.
Anongender: a gender that is unknown to both yourself and others.
Antegender: a protean gender which has the potential to be anything, but is formless and motionless, and therefore, does not manifest as any particular gender.
Anxiegender: a gender that is affected by anxiety.
Apagender: a feeling of apathy towards ones gender which leads to them not looking any further into it.
Apconsugender: a gender where you know what it isn’t, but not what it is; the gender is hiding itself from you.
Astergender: a gender that feels bright and celestial.
Astralgender: a gender that feels connected to space.
Autigender: a gender that can only be understood in the context of being autistic (POSSIBLE TRIGGER WARNING).
Autogender: a gender experience that is deeply personal to oneself.
Axigender: when a person experiences two genders that sit on opposite ends of an axis; one being agender and the other being any other gender; these genders are experienced one at a time with no overlapping and with very short transition time.
Bigender: the feeling of having two genders either at the same time or separately; usually used to describe feeling “traditionally male” and “traditionally female”, but does not have to.
Biogender: a gender that feels connected to nature in some way.
Blurgender: the feeling of having more than one gender that are somehow blurred together to the point of not being able to distinguish or identify individual genders; synonymous with genderfuzz.
Boyflux: when one feels mostly or all male most of the time but experience fluctuating intensity of male identity.
Burstgender: and gender that comes in intense bursts of feeling and quickly fades back to the original state.
Caelgender: a gender which shares qualities with outer space or has the aesthetic of space, stars, nebulas, etc.
Cassgender: the feeling of gender is unimportant to you.
Cassflux: when the level of indifference towards your gender fluctuates.
Cavusgender: for people with depression; when you feel one gender when not depressed and another when depressed.
Cendgender: when your gender changes between one and its opposite.
Ceterofluid: when you are ceterogender and your feelings fluctuate between masculine, feminine, and neutral.
Ceterogender: a nonbinary gender with specific masculine, feminine, or neutral feelings.
Cisgender: the feeling of being the gender you were assigned at birth, all the time (assigned (fe)male/feeling (fe)male).
Cloudgender: a gender that cannot be fully realized or seen clearly due to depersonalization/derealization disorder.
Collgender: the feeling of having too many genders simultaneously to describe each one.
Colorgender: a gender associated with one or more colors and the feelings, hues, emotions, and/or objects associated with that color; may be used like pinkgender, bluegender, yellowgender.
Commogender: when you know you aren’t cisgender, but you settled with your assigned gender for the time being.
Condigender: a gender that is only felt during certain circumstances.
Deliciagender: from the Latin word delicia meaning “favorite”, meaning the feeling of having more than one simultaneous gender yet preferring one that fits better.
Demifluid: the feeling your gender being fluid throughout all the demigenders; the feeling of having multiple genders, some static and some fluid.
Demiflux: the feeling of having multiple genders, some static and some fluctuating.
Demigender: a gender that is partially one gender and partially another.
Domgender: having more than one gender yet one being more dominant than the others.
Duragender: from the Latin word dura meaning “long-lasting”, meaning a subcategory of multigender in which one gender is more identifiable, long lasting, and prominent than the other genders.
Egogender: a gender that is so personal to your experience that it can only be described as “you”.
Epicene: sometimes used synonymously with the adjective “androgynous”; the feeling of either having or not displaying characteristics of both or either binary gender; sometimes used to describe feminine male identifying individuals.
Espigender: a gender that is related to being a spirit or exists on a higher or extradimensional plane.
Exgender: the outright refusal to accept or identify in, on, or around the gender spectrum.
Existigender: a gender that only exists or feels present when thought about or when a conscious effort is made to notice it.
Femfluid: having fluctuating or fluid gender feelings that are limited to feminine genders.
Femgender: a nonbinary gender which is feminine in nature.
Fluidflux: the feeling of being fluid between two or more genders that also fluctuate in intensity; a combination of genderfluid and genderflux.
Gemigender: having two opposite genders that work together, being fluid and flux together.
Genderblank: a gender that can only be described as a blank space; when gender is called into question, all that comes to mind is a blank space.
Genderflow: a gender that is fluid between infinite feelings.
Genderfluid: the feeling of fluidity within your gender identity; feeling a different gender as time passes or as situations change; not restricted to any number of genders.
Genderflux: the feeling of your gender fluctuating in intensity; like genderfluid but between one gender and agender.
Genderfuzz: coined by lolzmelmel; the feeling of having more than one gender that are somehow blurred together to the point of not being able to distinguish or identify individual genders; synonymous with blurgender.
Gender Neutral: the feeling of having a neutral gender, whether somewhere in between masculine and feminine or a third gender that is separate from the binary; often paired with neutrois.
Genderpunk: a gender identity that actively resists gender norms.
Genderqueer: originally used as an umbrella term for nonbinary individuals; may be used as an identity; describes a nonbinary gender regardless of whether the individual is masculine or feminine leaning.
Genderwitched: a gender in which one is intrigued or entranced by the idea of a particular gender, but is not certain that they are actually feeling it.
Girlflux: when one feels mostly or all female most of the time but experiences fluctuating intensities of female identity.
Glassgender: a gender that is very sensitive and fragile.
Glimragender: a faintly shining, wavering gender.
Greygender: having a gender that is mostly outside of the binary but is weak and can barely be felt.
Gyragender: having multiple genders but understanding none of them.
Healgender: a gender that once realized, brings lots of peace, clarity, security, and creativity to the individual’s mind.
Heliogender: a gender that is warm and burning.
Hemigender: a gender that is half one gender and half something else; one or both halves may be identifiable genders.
Horogender: a gender that changes over time with the core feeling of remaining the same.
Hydrogender: a gender which shares qualities with water.
Imperigender: a fluid gender that can be controlled by the individual.
Intergender: the feeling of gender falling somewhere on the spectrum between masculine and feminine; note: do not confuse with intersex.
Juxera: a feminine gender similar to girl, but on a separate plane and off to itself.
Libragender: a gender that feels agender but has a strong connection to another gender.
Magigender: a gender that is mostly gender and the rest is something else.
Mascfluid: A gender that is fluid in nature, and restricted only to masculine genders.
Mascgender: a non-binary gender which is masculine in nature.
Maverique: taken from the word maverick; the feeling of having a gender that is separate from masculinity, femininity, and neutrality, but is not agender; a form of third gender.
Mirrorgender: a gender that changes to fit the people around you.
Molligender: a gender that is soft, subtle, and subdued.
Multigender: the feeling of having more than one simultaneous or fluctuating gender; simultaneous with multigender and omnigender.
Nanogender: feeling a small part of one gender with the rest being something else.
Neutrois: the feeling of having a neutral gender; sometimes a lack of gender that leads to feeling neutral.
Nonbinary: originally an umbrella term for any gender outside the binary of cisgenders; may be used as an individual identity; occasionally used alongside of genderqueer.
Omnigender: the feeling of having more than one simultaneous or fluctuating gender; simultaneous with multigender and polygender.
Oneirogender: coined by anonymous, “being agender, but having recurring fantasies or daydreams of being a certain gender without the dysphoria or desire to actually be that gender day-to-day”.
Pangender: the feeling of having every gender; this is considered problematic by some communities and thus has been used as the concept of relating in some way to all genders as opposed to containing every gender identity; only applies to genders within one’s own culture.
Paragender: the feeling very near one gender and partially something else which keeps you from feeling fully that gender.
Perigender: identifying with a gender but not as a gender.
Polygender: the feeling of having more than one simultaneous or fluctuating gender; simultaneous with multigender and omnigender.
Proxvir: a masculine gender similar to boy, but on a separate plane and off to itself.
Quoigender: feeling as if the concept of gender is inapplicable or nonsensical to one’s self.
Subgender: mostly a gender with a bit of another gender.
Surgender: having a gender that is 100% one gender but with more of another gender added on top of that.
Systemgender: a gender that is the sum of all the genders within a multiple or median system.
Tragender: a gender that stretches over the whole spectrum of genders.
Transgender: any gender identity that transcends or does not align with your assigned gender or society’s idea of gender; the feeling of being any gender that does not match your assigned gender.
Trigender: the feeling of having three simultaneous or fluctuating genders.
Vapogender: a gender that sort of feels like smoke; can be seen on a shallow level but once you go deeper, it disappears and you are left with no gender and only tiny wisps of what you thought it was.
Venngender: when two genders overlap creating an entirely new gender; like a Venn diagram.
Verangender: a gender that seems to shift/change the moment it is identified.
Vibragender: a gender that is usually one stable gender but will occasionally changes or fluctuate before stabilizing again.
Vocigender: a gender that is weak or hollow.

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Thu Jul 11, 2019, 04:43 PM

3. LOL !

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