There are a lot of words relating to the LGBTQ+ community that you might be looking to understand better. Here is a few definitions to start off with.
Cisgender – A person who identifies with their assigned gender
Transgender – A person who does not identify with the gender they were assigned at birth. This is an umbrella term that may cover a wide range of experiences
Non-binary – A person who does not identify as either ‘man’ or ‘woman’. This is an umbrella term and may refer to a range of experiences including genderqueer, genderfluid, neutrois, agender, etc.
Agender – A person who does not identify with any gender
Genderfluid – A person who experiences their gender to be mutable. This may occur over variable time periods. Fluctuations in gender experience are not related to choice or preference
Intersex – A person who does not fit neatly into the biological categories of male or female. They are born with any of several variations in sex characteristics including chromosomes, gonads, sex hormones, or genitals. It occurs in about 1.7% of the population and does not denote pathology.
Lesbian – A woman who is attracted to other women
Gay – A person who is attracted to people of the same gender as them
Bisexual – A person who is attracted to more than one gender
Pansexual – A person who is attracted to people regardless of their gender
Asexual – A person who experiences little or no sexual desire. They may experience romantic desire, and may consent to have sex, but it is not a motivating factor in their relationships
Queer – A person who falls outside the traditional boundaries of sexual and/or gender identity. A reclaimed word that can act as an umbrella for the entire LGBT+ community and may also be linked to activism, politics, and art
Masculine – Having qualities or appearance traditionally associated with men, especially directness, physical strength, and vigour
Feminine – Having qualities or appearance traditionally associated with women, especially sensitivity, delicacy, and prettiness
Androgynous – Having a combination of masculine and feminine characteristics into an ambiguous form