QUEER WITH JIKOOK AND KPOP IN GENERAL (PART 1)
DO NOT TAKE THIS AS FACT BECAUSE I REALLY DON’T NO THEM IN THAT PERSONAL WAY AND CAN ONLY GUESS AND WONDER ABOUT THESE TOPICS, SINCE I AM NOT IN BTS NORE AM I IN THE KPOP INDUSTRY TAKE WHAT I AM SAYING WITH A GRAN OF SALT THANK YOU, LETS BEGIN :)
what is sexulity
Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings and behaviors. Because it is a broad term, which has varied with historical contexts over time, it lacks a precise definition.
Since we all know what sexuality is we are going to look at the different orientations of sexuality
Types of sexual orientation:
Asexual, or ace (SO) Adjective. Someone who experiences little or no sexual attraction, or who experiences attraction but doesn’t feel the need to act out that attraction sexually. Many people who are asexual still identify with a specific sexual orientation.
Queer: “Queer” can be used to refer to the range of non-heterosexual and non-cisgender people. This term is often used as the short form of “LGBT2Q+”. Some LGBT people are offended by this word, but others have reclaimed it.
Lesbian: A woman (either cisgender or transgender) who is primarily attracted to women.
Pansexual: not limited in sexual choice with regard to biological sex, gender, or gender identity.
-Binary (GE, GI, S, SO) Noun. The belief that such things as gender identity have only two distinct, opposite, and disconnected forms. In other words, they believe in the gender binary, or that only male and female genders exist. As a rejection of this belief, many people embrace a non-binary gender identity (see Gender Nonconforming).
Bisexual, or bi (SO) Adjective. Someone who is attracted to those of their same gender as well as to those of a different gender (for example, a woman who is attracted to both women and men). Some people use the word bisexual as an umbrella term to describe individuals that are attracted to more than one gender. In this way, the term is closely related to pansexual, or omnisexual, meaning someone who is attracted to people of any gender identity.
Femme, or fem (GE) Adjective. Someone whose gender expression is feminine. Other gender expressions include androgynous (or androgyne, someone who presents as neither male or female, mixed, or neutral) and stemme (or stem, someone whose gender expression is both masculine and feminine). See also ‘Butch, or masc’ above.
Gay (SO) Adjective. Someone who is attracted to those of their same gender. This is often used as an umbrella term, but is used more specifically to describe men who are attracted to men. (NOTE: Avoid using the term “homosexual.” Because of the clinical history of the word, many feel that the term suggests that gay people are somehow diseased or psychologically/emotionally disordered.)
now where going to go into gender witch is totally different from sexuality and has nothing to do with sexuality so pay attention to the definitions
Types of gender identities:
Not having a gender or identifying with a gender. They may describe themselves as being gender neutral or genderless.
A person who fluctuates between traditionally “male” and “female” gender-based behaviours and identities.
A person whose gender identity and biological sex assigned at birth are the same. For example they were born biologically as a male, and express their gender as male.
The external display of one’s gender, through a combination of how they dress, how they act and other factors, generally measured on scales of masculinity and femininity.
A mix of boy and girl. A person who is gender fluid may always feel like a mix of the two traditional genders, but may feel more man some days, and more woman other days.
Why I wanted you to know all of these sexuality’s and gender identity’s is because I want you guys to be educated and not just slapping a label on someone if you don’t even really truly no what it means.