Genderfluid vs. Transgender

Genderfluid vs. Transgender — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Genderfluid and Transgender

Genderfluidadjective

Of or relating to a gender identity that is not fixed but varies over time.

Transgenderadjective

Relating to or being a person whose gender identity does not conform to that typically associated with the sex to which they were assigned at birth.

Genderfluidadjective

(LGBT) Not having a fixed gender.

Transgendernoun

One who is transgender.

Transgenderadjective

(narrowly) Having a gender (identity) which is different from the sex one was assigned at birth: being assigned male at birth but having a female gender or vice versa; or, pertaining to such people. Compare transsexual, and the following sense.

Transgenderadjective

(broadly) Not identifying with culturally conventional gender roles and categories of male or female; having changed gender identity from male to female or female to male, or identifying with elements of both, or having some other gender identity; or, pertaining to such people. Compare genderqueer, transsexual.

Transgenderadjective

(of a space) Intended primarily for transgender people.

Transgenderadjective

(of a space) Available for use by transgender people (in addition to non-transgender people).

Transgendernoun

Transgenderism; the state of being transgender. Compare transsex.

Transgendernoun

A transgender person.

Transgenderverb

(uncommon) To change the gender of; (used loosely) to change the sex of. Compare transsex.