Welcome to the ComeOut LGBT Dictionary - your definitive guide to understanding the diverse language of the LGBT community. Language plays a crucial role in self-expression, identity, and inclusivity, and our dictionary seeks to provide a clear, respectful, and comprehensive resource for anyone seeking to better understand LGBT slang and urban dictionary terms.
Whether you're a member of the LGBT community seeking to better understand different identities or an ally looking to broaden your understanding, our dictionary is here for you. We cover a wide range of terms, from gender identities like 'non-binary', 'bisexual', 'pansexual', and more, to various sexual orientations and commonly used slang in the LGBT community.
Our LGBT dictionary is more than just a glossary - it's a celebration of the rich diversity within our community. It's about understanding, respect, and creating a more inclusive environment where everyone feels seen and understood.
We invite you to explore, learn, and deepen your understanding. Our journey into the rich language of the LGBT community starts here.
Bisexual is a term used to describe a person who is attracted emotionally, romantically, and/or sexually to both men and women. This attraction does not have to be equally split or indicate a level of interest that is the same across the genders.
Non binary is a term used within the LGBTQ+ community to describe a gender identity that doesn't align with the traditional binary understanding of male and female. Individuals who identify as non-binary might feel as though they exist between, beyond, or outside these two gender categories.
Pansexual is a term used to describe individuals who can experience romantic, emotional, or sexual attraction towards people of all gender identities and sexes. This includes those who identify as male, female, transgender, non-binary, and more. It's a term that embraces the potential for attraction to the full spectrum of gender identities.