What Part Of The LGBT Community Am I? Quiz

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What Part Of The LGBT Community Am I? Quiz - Quiz

LGBT community is a vast community that is loving and accepting. Take our "what part of the LGBT community am I quiz" for a deep introspective time. This fun quiz is made specially for you to understand what part of this fantastic community you would be. You can take this awesome quiz with your friends for a fun time! Please do not mind if you do not like the results. Let's get started!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    When you hear the term "gender," what comes to mind first?

    • A.

      A spectrum of identities beyond binaries.

    • B.

      My social role (e.g., man, woman) assigned at birth.

    • C.

      A combination of social roles and internal feelings.

    • D.

      A personal feeling of masculinity or femininity.

  • 2. 

    Imagine you could choose your pronouns. What resonates most with you?

    • A.

      Traditional binary pronouns (he/him, she/her).

    • B.

      Gender-neutral pronouns (they/them, ze/zir).

    • C.

      A mix of pronouns or something entirely unique.

    • D.

      Pronouns are not important to me.

  • 3. 

    Have you ever felt attracted to someone whose gender doesn't align with your own expectations?

    • A.

      Yes, and it felt natural and beautiful.

    • B.

      Yes, but societal pressures made me question it.

    • C.

      I'm unsure, it's a complex experience for me.

    • D.

      No, my attraction aligns with traditional expectations.

  • 4. 

    How comfortable are you openly discussing LGBTQI topics with your loved ones?

    • A.

      Completely comfortable, I embrace open communication.

    • B.

      Somewhat comfortable, it depends on the person and context.

    • C.

      I would prefer to keep it private for now.

    • D.

      Talking about it feels unsafe or uncomfortable due to my surroundings.

  • 5. 

    Do you ever feel like you don't fit neatly into any gender or sexuality label?

    • A.

      Yes, labels feel limiting and I prefer fluidity.

    • B.

      No, I feel comfortable with labels that describe me.

    • C.

      Sometimes, but I find comfort in specific labels.

    • D.

      Labels are not something I consider as they don't define me.

  • 6. 

    How do you react when you witness discrimination or prejudice against the LGBTQI community?

    • A.

      I speak up and challenge it directly.

    • B.

      I offer support and resources to those affected.

    • C.

      I feel conflicted and unsure how to act.

    • D.

      I try to avoid situations where I might encounter such behavior.

  • 7. 

    How does your understanding of gender and sexuality evolve over time?

    • A.

      It's a continuous journey of learning and self-discovery.

    • B.

      My understanding feels mostly settled and defined.

    • C.

      It changes depending on current events and social discourse.

    • D.

      I haven't actively explored these concepts yet.

  • 8. 

    What role do LGBTQI role models play in your life?

    • A.

      They offer inspiration and hope, showing me I'm not alone.

    • B.

      They help me understand different experiences and perspectives.

    • C.

      I don't need role models to define my own identity.

    • D.

      I haven't encountered positive LGBTQI representation in my life.

  • 9. 

    Imagine a world where LGBTQI identities are universally accepted and celebrated. What does that look like for you?

    • A.

      Equal rights, inclusivity, and safety for everyone.

    • B.

      Freedom to express oneself authentically without fear of judgment.

    • C.

      Diverse representation in all aspects of society.

    • D.

      A world where "LGBTQI" becomes obsolete because everyone is simply accepted for who they are.

  • 10. 

    What word best describes your current relationship with the LGBTQI community?

    • A.

      Connected and proud to be a part of it.

    • B.

      Supportive but not personally involved.

    • C.

      Curious and open to learning more.

    • D.

      Unsure of my connection due to lack of understanding or personal experience.

  • 11. 

    Have you ever encountered internalized homophobia, biphobia, or transphobia within yourself?

    • A.

      Yes, and I actively challenge it through education and self-reflection.

    • B.

      I suspect it might be present, but I'm unsure how to address it.

    • C.

      No, I believe in absolute acceptance of all identities.

    • D.

      These concepts are unfamiliar to me.

  • 12. 

    What resources or communities would be most helpful in your journey of LGBTQI self-discovery?

    • A.

      Online forums and support groups.

    • B.

      LGBTQI-friendly books, movies, and media.

    • C.

      Connecting with local LGBTQI organizations and events.

    • D.

      Talking to trusted friends or family members who understand.

  • 13. 

    Imagine waking up in a world where everyone belongs to the LGBTQI community, and your identity is considered "straight." How would you feel?

    • A.

      Relieved and at ease, finally fitting in and being accepted.

    • B.

      Curious and fascinated to understand this different perspective.

    • C.

      Unfazed, as true love and acceptance transcend labels.

    • D.

      Anxious and out of place, missing the diversity I'm used to.

  • 14. 

    Have you ever felt drawn to explore gender expression different from what's expected of your assigned gender?

    • A.

      Yes, experimenting with clothing, makeup, or mannerisms has been fulfilling.

    • B.

      Maybe occasionally, but I'm hesitant due to societal expectations.

    • C.

      Not really, my gender expression feels consistent with my assigned gender.

    • D.

      I haven't given it much thought before.

  • 15. 

    How would you describe your overall level of acceptance and empathy towards the LGBTQI community?

    • A.

      I consider myself a strong ally and advocate for LGBTQI rights and equality.

    • B.

      I believe in acceptance and respect for everyone, regardless of identity.

    • C.

      I'm still learning about different LGBTQI experiences and forming my opinions.

    • D.

      I have some reservations or biases that I'm working through.

Julian Sanjivan |BS, Human Development |
LGBTQ Expert
Julian Sanjivan, a nonbinary advocate in vibrant NYC, possesses 15 years of LGBTQI+ advocacy experience. He led the iconic NYC Pride Parade, served as InterPride Co-President, and holds a certificate in LGBTQI+ Sexuality & Gender Identity from the University of Colorado. Julian earned a Bachelor of Science and a Diploma in Human Development from Universiti Putra Malaysia. With expertise in LGBTQI issues, he actively contributes to quiz review processes, ensuring inclusivity and sensitivity in educational content.

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