Sex assignment- assignment made through biological criteria, not always reflective of genetics, sometimes arbitrary. Gender expression: how you demonstrate your gender, what you wear, how you act, how you demonstrate your gender to the world. Sexual orientation: sexual identity, who you are attracted to sexual behavior and sexual orientation do not always line up. Transgender: gender identity and biological identity don"t line up. Cisgender: when it matches, your identity, and your sexuality line up. Heteronormativity: people fall into associative roles; heterosexuality is the only normal. Homonormativity: problems of privilege in lgbtq community. Racism within gay community, only one way of being gay. Just because you fall into something in the umbrella doesn"t mean that you are that: trans umbrella: Transgender the umbrella term describes what these varied identities mean: sexual norms: Sexual behaviours is governed by norms that regulate socially acceptable practices.