How can I update my Gender-Identity on my profile? May 07, 2023 20:40 It's not just about expressing who you are, but it also helps others understand and respect you better. By sharing your gender identity, you can avoid assumptions and misgendering that can make conversations hurtful and uncomfortable. It's all about creating a welcoming and accepting community where everyone can be themselves without judgment and learn more about you and how you live. We’re an app built by all gender identities FOR all gender identities. Duh! 🤘😎🤘 You can update your Gender Identity via your Edit Profile screen: Select the three dots "..." in the lower right-hand corner Select "My Profile" to navigate to your profile page Select “Edit” in the upper right-hand corner to view your Edit Profile page. Scroll down to the section labeled Gender Identity in order to update your profile to one or more of the following: Woman: A term often used to describe someone who identifies as female. However, not all people who identify as women are female-assigned at birth, and not all people who are female-assigned at birth identify as women. Non-Binary: An umbrella term for people who don't identify as exclusively male or female. Non-binary people may identify as both, neither, a combination of genders, or something different altogether. Gender Fluid: A term used to describe someone whose gender identity changes over time or is not fixed to one specific gender. Trans Woman: A trans woman is short for a transgender woman, and refers to a person whose gender identity and/or gender expression is that of a woman, but was assigned the male sex at birth. Trans Man: A trans man is short for a transgender man, and refers to a person whose gender identity and/or gender expression is that of a man, but was assigned the female sex at birth. Intersex: A general term used for a variety of conditions in which a person is born with a reproductive or sexual anatomy that doesn’t seem to fit the typical definitions of female or male. Pangender: A term used to describe someone who identifies as all genders or many genders. Polygender: A term used to describe someone who identifies as multiple genders. BiGender: A term used to describe someone who identifies as two genders. Agender: A term used to describe someone who identifies as having no gender or being without a gender identity. Genderqueer: A term used to describe someone whose gender identity falls outside of the traditional male/female binary. Questioning: A term used to describe someone who is exploring their gender identity and is unsure of where they fit on the gender spectrum. Androgyne: A term used to describe someone whose gender identity is a combination of masculine and feminine. Neutrois: A term used to describe someone who identifies as having a neutral gender or no gender at all. Gender Non-Conforming: A term used to describe someone whose gender expression and/or identity don't conform to traditional societal expectations of male/female. Two-Spirit: A term used by some Indigenous people to describe a male-bodied or female-bodied person (although not exclusively) with a masculine or feminine essence. Two Spirits can cross social gender roles, gender expression, and sexual orientation and can fulfill a third gender. Trans-Feminine: an umbrella term that describes a transgender person (generally, but not exclusively, one who was assigned male at birth), and whose gender is feminine and/or who express themselves in a feminine way. Transfemme people feel a connection with femininity but do not always identify as a woman. Trans-Masculine: an umbrella term that describes a transgender person (generally, but not exclusively, one who was assigned female at birth), and whose gender is masculine and/or who express themselves in a masculine way. Transmasculine people feel a connection with masculinity but do not always identify as a man. Womxn: An alternative spelling of "women" that is sometimes used to be intersectional and more inclusive of non-cisgender women. Prefer to Self-Describe Prefer Not to Say Select “Save” to save any changes Note: These definitions are not exhaustive, and it's important to note that definitions are personal and can vary from person to person.