Welcome to the LGBTA Wiki

The LGBTA+ Wiki is meant to be a resource for members of the LGBTA+ community, individuals who are questioning, or anyone who's curious. Particularly this wiki is meant to be a helpful resource to explain everything this is to know about identities that are often unknown, unheard of, or are hard to find information on.

If there are any issues, please reach out to the staff team, preferably the bureaucrats. A list providing the staff team can be found here.

Where To Start

LGBTA stands for lesbiangaybisexual, transgender, and asexual/aromantic/agender. It's an adaptation of the initialism LGBT, which originated in the 1990s. It may be used to refer to anyone who is non-heterosexual, non-heteromantic, and/or non-cisgender. Some popular variants include LGBTQ, LGBTIA, LGBTQA, and LGBTIAQ. The Q stands for questioning/queer, and the I stands for intersex. Others include LGBT+ or LGBTA+, which is used to encompass the full spectrums of sexuality and gender.

If you are questioning, you can browse our sexuality, ace-spec, aro-spec, gender, or xenogender categories. If you are specifically questioning your orientation, you can check out the three part orientation resources here: (part 1, part 2, part 3).

If you're new here, especially to MOGAI, it can also be helpful to check out the FAQ.

If you cannot comment, reply, or post, it is either because you are not signed in, or because your account is not yet auto-verified. To be auto-verified, your account must exist on this wiki for three (sometimes four) days. This is not an action that can be done by administrators, it is an automated action on this wiki.

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Helping Out

You can help out by creating an article for an identity that doesn't have a page. Before you make a new article, it's recommended that you read the style guide and the new page guidelines- and be sure to follow the community guidelines.

  • You don't have to ask to make an article.
  • You don't have to personally identify as something to make an article about it (as long as you know enough to give an accurate description, and as long as its not exclusive to a culture, race, ethnicity, religion, disability, and/or neurodivergence).

If you want to help out but don't know where to start, you can also help by adding relevant information to one of our stub articles. Information like who coined the term, when it was coined, who created the flag and when, as well as more information about the identity itself is always appreciated. You may also want to read the editing guidelines.

For those who are looking to coin a term, you can read this. For those who are looking to create a flag, you can read this.

Blog Posts

SereiSys SereiSys 22 seconds ago

test usercard

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Iwillregretthisuwu Iwillregretthisuwu 18 hours ago


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  • 2 ~oxt. 16~ (oct. 16, '21)
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  • 3 slam poetry ~apr. 13~
    • 3.1 tw
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  • general trigger warning as there are many ways these poems could be taken and many layers to my words and style choice :)

things to do today:

  • buy a blank notebook
  • do your homework
  • write a stor…

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Iwillregretthisuwu Iwillregretthisuwu 18 hours ago

Letter to Disney

  • background story: while doing some schoolwork, i had the idea to write a letter to disney telling them why more representation in their films could actually be beneficial
  • note: this letter has been edited so as not to include our personal information, such as address, deadname, age, etc.
  • prolonging t…
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Aug 18, 2021

Within the past few months, we have expanded ways to reach out to our wiki moderation team by adding an official LGBTA+ Wiki Tumblr account. Unlike the wiki, if you wish to stay anonymous in your communication, you can submit an anonymous ask.

Please feel free to share constructive criticism for the wiki, suggestions, or reporting of factual or misleading errors on our pages. Because of the active MOGAI community on Tumblr, this is the first (but likely not the last) social media account to better communicate with individuals who often coin terms that get added to the wiki.

Jan 13, 2021

We have recently updated the rules on what is considered "significant enough for a page". As a result pages have recently deleted.

Read more about the deletion here.

Read more about what is allowed for pages on the new page guidelines.

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