In the modern LGBT community, there’s space for every gender, sexuality, and expression. Perhaps one of the most radical of these identities is genderqueer. Inspired by the queer movement’s effort to “queer” the normalcy of cisgenderness and heterosexuality, people who identify as genderqueer understand that gender is not fixed, but rather something fluid that can change from day to day and even minute to minute. Many genderqueer people feel more masculine or more feminine depending on the day; some feel like both at the same time; others don’t feel our current concept of gender adequately covers their experience. Pride.com has the latest voices from the genderqueer and nonbinary people who are working to change how humanity sees gender.