The Transgender Region

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Free Love Paradise of Grenartia (elected )

Founder: The Free Love Paradise of Grenartia

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NS's first region dedicated to trans people and our allies. Now under new foundership!

Embassies: Fredonia, Codex Ylvus, The Order of the Grey Wardens, Gay, The Bar on the corner of every region, The Sea Of Love, Lily, Field Egg Group, Gatehouse by the P2TM, Gay Equality, Bisexual, The Wooloo Pact, Sacrum Romanum Imperium, Asexuality, Lady Vera, and The Embassy.

Tags: Anti-Fascist, Casual, Egalitarian, F7er, Feminist, Game Player, Generalite, LGBT, Medium, P2TM, Social, and World Assembly.

The Transgender Region contains 14 nations, the 1,213th most in the world.

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NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Free Love Paradise of GrenartiaLeft-wing Utopia“Strength through Love and Equality”
2.The People's Republic of Islaka LohdonCivil Rights Lovefest“We Will Endure”
3.The Allied States of Vakabond SeosLiberal Democratic Socialists“For the people”
4.The Commonwealth of ProgressivariaDemocratic Socialists“Equality, Justice, and Dignity for All”
5.The Grand Duchy of A CultureLiberal Democratic Socialists“Procul Hinc Procul Este Severae”
6.The Community of RosemiaLeft-wing Utopia“Peace and Justice”
7.The Kingdom of VassenorCivil Rights Lovefest“Liberty isn't free.”
8.The Most Serene Republic of Lavender CountryCivil Rights Lovefest“Hell Hath No Fury Like A Drag Queen Scorned”
9.The United Empire of ArmadorInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Steel In Our Bones, Fires In Our Hearts”
10.The Free Land of HoumahimonaLeft-Leaning College State“Educate or Perish”
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The Free Love Paradise of Grenartia

Hola!

The Free Land of Houmahimona

Howdy!

The Empire of Metawon

Hi

The Free Love Paradise of Grenartia

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Quick question do guys in skirts count as gay or transgender that question is coming from my nearly dumb mind also do you call a transgender by there original gender also is it ok to call one a gender bender if they want to switch genders.

The Free Love Paradise of Grenartia

Are you being serious?

The Empire of Metawon

Ogoen wrote:Quick question do guys in skirts count as gay or transgender that question is coming from my nearly dumb mind also do you call a transgender by there original gender also is it ok to call one a gender bender if they want to switch genders.

A guy in a skirt can be gay or trans or they can be neither. A skirt doesn't indicate anything other than the man in question likes to wear a skirt. Sometimes trans men wear them, sometimes gay men wear them, sometimes straight men wear them and it can be for any number of reasons. So no, guys in skirts is neither a trans thing or a gay thing. Calling a transgender person by their biological sex rather than their gender identity is a good way to get slapped I would think, you just don't do it unless you are intentionally making an effort to offend them. I've never heard of someone being called a "gender bender" but looking it up it looks a bit like a slur, so I would say no do not call a trans person that. I don't know if you are being serious or not but I will give you the benefit of the doubt.



The Free Land of Houmahimona

Ogoen wrote:Quick question do guys in skirts count as gay or transgender that question is coming from my nearly dumb mind also do you call a transgender by there original gender also is it ok to call one a gender bender if they want to switch genders.

Gender is not equal to outfit, although expression through clothing is important to the trans community. A woman in pants is not automatically "a dude". Gender is part your identity / role in society, and is apart of you just like your name. Your name's not going to change if you wear a t-shirt vs a sweatshirt, right?

That being said, a person who "cross-dresses" (pardon my old terminology here) can still be considered cisgender (identifies as their sex at birth). For example, many Drag Preformers are often (but not always) cisgendered men who dress up as women for entertainment, however, are not doing it because they identify as a woman. Another example- Kilts and kimonos! Not a dress perse, but a cultural outfit that is gender neutral.



The Free Land of Houmahimona

Ogoen wrote:Quick question do guys in skirts count as gay or transgender that question is coming from my nearly dumb mind also do you call a transgender by there original gender also is it ok to call one a gender bender if they want to switch genders.

Additionally, no, it's unwise to call a trans person by their original gender, as it invalidates a lot of mental, physical, and social work that person has done to transition as many struggle for acceptance or decent respect.

A different term you might want to use if someone is switching genders is "transitioning", or "gender questioning".

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