Please Read This:
1. If you want to use this in any way that does not profit you (you can't print this on t-shirts and sell them), feel free to - SO LONG AS YOU CREDIT ME. This includes posting it elsewhere online, it's not hard to put a link back.
2. Please do not treat this as a definitive guide. There are problems with it, and I don't think you can encompass everything with a 2-dimensional chart. It was also made 2 years ago, I might make something different today, although I don't really want to try anymore.
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Trying to make a "chart" of gender. some explanations:
1. Genderqueer actually encompasses everything that isn't strictly male or female (including neutrois, pangender, etc)- but here it's showing "things that can't be defined as something else" even though it technically includes pretty much the entire chart.
2. Multigender and genderfluid people exist- this is not a "pick one" it's a general "I'm trying to show all the options, take whatever fits". A person could be both male and female or androgyne, neutrois, and genderqueer or any of a number of things. You could probably even be a mix of genderless and something else.
3. I've heard of male and female genderqueer, I hope this is sort of what that means... I'm not really sure. I know it's both male and genderqueer or both female and genderqueer, btu dunno what else.
4. Obviously this isn't a definitive thing, just trying to illustrate it. Let me know if you think I've misrepresented your gender.
5. Yeah, I went with stereotypical colors for male and female... Yeah.