Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Allies and Pansexual.
Lesbian - Women that are only attracted to women.

Gay - Men that are only attracted to men. Gay can also be used to describe homosexual men and women.

Bisexual - A person that is attracted to both sexes.

Transgendered - A person that has/is transitioning to the opposite sex, as they were born as the wrong sex/in the wrong body. (Female to male. Male to female).

Queer - A person that does not want to label themselves as, e.g. Lesbian, so they call themselves queer instead.

Questioning - Someone that is questioning their sexual orientation, unsure which gender/s they are attracted to.

Intersex - A hermaphrodite.

Asexual - A person that isn't sexually attracted to either gender.

Allies - A straight person that supports the LGBT(QQIAAP) community.

Pansexual - A person that is attracted to a person because of their personality. They do not care what gender they date, they care about what is on the inside.

All of these make up LGBTQQIAAP.
by MewJadz March 15, 2011

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