Tinder, in a bid not to exclude anyone, has added an extra 30 gender options to it's original male or female format. You can read more about it here, http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/artic...s-new-transgender-and-gender-identity-options But I specifically wanted to focus on the new list of genders: Agender Androgyne Androgynous Bigender Female to Male FTM Gender Fluid Gender Nonconforming Gender Questioning Gender Variant Genderqueer Male to Female MTF Neither Neutrois Non-binary Other Pangender Trans Trans Man Trans Person Trans Woman Transfeminine Transgender Transgender Female Transgender Male Transgender Man Transgender Person Transgender Woman Transmasculine Transsexual Transsexual Female Transsexual Male Transsexual Man Transsexual Person Transsexual Woman Two-Spirit So, I get more or less what a lot of these probably mean but some of them are totally new to me. I deliberately haven't googled them because it's more fun to try and figure them out. I understand not wanting anyone to feel left out but I would never have imagined they could come up with a total of 32 gender options! Maybe I'm just behind the times. Anyway, a few questions: Do you think there is a need for so many labels? Is it liberating that more people finally have a label they can identify with, or this just about creating more boxes to put people in? Perhaps you think the list is not exhaustive enough and your own gender hasn't been represented!? Maybe you have your own label for yourself which is a better fit than any of these? Can you only be one of these? Could I be Two-Spirit Non-Binary Neutrois and not even know it?? Is this political correctness gone mad in an attempt not to offend anyone, or this list simply a fitting reflection of the world we live in? Also, I used think LGBT must pretty much cover everyone, but it seems I'm behind the times with that one too. Apparently now it's LGBTQQIAAP. Just being gay feels really boring now.