February 1, 2024

What Is CD Gay Term?

In LGBTQIA+ relationships and communities, clear communication is essential for understanding. In addition to fostering open-mindedness and respect, it can also help prevent misunderstandings that could lead to abuse. This is especially true in queer kink and fetish spaces, where terminology can be confusing for those new to the community. In this article, we will explore the meaning and implications of CD in sexual conversations, and its role in gender and sexual identities, fetish culture, and more.

The term “cd” is an abbreviation for cross dresser, which refers to someone who wears clothes of the opposite sex for enjoyment or comfort. Typically, the person does not wish to be seen as the opposite sex. For example, a male-bodied person who dresses as a woman is often happy to be referred to as “him.” A drag queen (or king) may also use the term to provide a stylized impression of the opposite sex for comedic or performance purposes.

Similarly, “femme” is used by lesbians to describe gender expressions that reclaim and challenge traditional constructs of femininity. “Faggot” and "femme trans*" are derogatory terms that can be used against non-heteronormative people, particularly those who use feminine/ female-designated clothing.

Intersex people are those who were coercively assigned a male or female sex at birth, but have incompatible outer and inner genitalia that cannot be surgically corrected. They might choose to dress in the opposite sex’s clothing, or they may choose to pass and be considered a member of the dominant sex.


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