The Every Body Tool
The better you understand the following terms- biological sex, gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation- the better you may understand yourself and how you relate to other people. After all, these four attributes are fundamental to who we are as people.
Many use the terms ‘gender’ and ‘sex’ to mean the same thing- but this is not correct. While a person’s biological sex is a component of gender, it does not determine a person’s gender. Gender isn’t the parts that make up your body; it’s what’s in your head. Check out The Every Body below to get a better understanding of these 4 attributes- how they differ and how they and they make us the people we are.