Many of the terms used to identify anatomical body parts may have gendered connotations that may be uncomfortable or disturbing for people in the TGIQ community.
While there are many gender-inclusive terms, please note that each individual may have specific preferences around which terms to use.
Some individuals may like using the Sanskrit or Tantric terms we have shared in previous posts. Some folks may enjoy using medical terms, or may choose to use other terms as seen in this post.
Here are some examples of Gender Inclusive Terms in place of other terms.
This list is not exhaustive and may change over time.
Chart and information sourced from @authentictantra. Created by IATE co-founder, Alaina Salks.
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