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Mizz June on Gay Marriage

Mizz June is a woman.
Mizz June is black.
Mizz June is an artist.
Mizz June is trans.

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In this video Mizz June talks with us about the Gay Marriage bill and some of the issues faced with in the LGBTQ communities, trans in particular. We’ll be hearing a lot more from Mizz June.


Who is Mizz June: Gay Marriage from Honeysuckle Magazine on Vimeo.

Here are some terms mentioned:

Genderqueer relating to a person who does not subscribe to conventional gender distinctions but identifies with neither, both, or a combination of male and female genders.

Cisgender identity that aligns with what they were assigned at birth. The term was created for referring to “non-transgender” people without alienating transgender people.

Cisman A man who was assigned male at birth and identifies as male.

Ciswoman A woman who was assigned female at birth and identifies as female.

Transman a transgender person who was assigned female at birth but whose gender identity is that of a man. The label of transgender man is not always interchangeable with that of transsexual man, although the two labels are often used in this way.

Transwoman is a transgender person who was assigned male at birth but whose gender identity is that of a woman.

Transgender is an umbrella term that includes different types of gender variant people (including transsexual people).

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