Gender neutral pronoun (gnp). Ze is used to refer to a person, in place of "it", (which refers to an object and not a person). "Ze" does not indicate sexual orienation.
Part 1: "Was it a boy or a girl?"
Part 2:"I dunno, ze was just walking down the street when I looked up. That's when my jaw dropped and I motioned for you to get out here."
Attracttion to the erotic or cultural dynamics of queer identities, cultures, sexualities, affectionalities, etc. Queersexual is a nongendered sexuality.
Part 1: "Are you a dyke or what?"
Part 2: "You mean lesbian?"
Part 3: "yeah."
Part 4: "Well, I am a dyke but I'm not a lesbian. But, I'm also fag, but I'm not a gay man. And my partner is a nongendered intersex fag."
Part 5: "So then, you're bisexual or something?"
Part 6: "No, there are more than two sexes."
Part 7: "What then, Omnisexual?"
Part 8: "Not exactly. You see, I'm queersexual."
Edit on original: "Queersexual is not necessarily a gendered sexuality."
Person A: "So, you say you don't identify as gay, bisexual, or straight? Then, how do you identify?"
Person B: "Queersexual."
1: an international, gender education community located on Myspace; is also the name of a genderqueer friendly group in AU that puts on live performances.
2: Abreviated "GS"
3: An expression, "Gender Schmender!"
1 Part 1: Are you a member of Gender Schmender?
1 Part 2: Which one? The online community or the one in Australia?
3 Part 1: "Stop it! Guys aren't supposed to act like that. Someone will think you're gay."
3 part 2: "Gender Schmender! I could care less about all of that gender policing bullshit. People are more than genders, ya know?"
Abbreviation for Gender Schmender (GS), an international, gender education community located on Myspace; is also the name of a genderqueer friendly group in AU that puts on live performances.
Part 1: Are you a member of GS?
Part 2: Which one? The online community or the one in Australia?