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Questioning is a term that can refer to a person who is questioning their gender, sexual identity or sexual orientation. People who are questioning may be unsure of their sexuality, or still exploring their feelings.
The letter Q is sometimes added to the end of the acronym LGBT; the Q can refer to either queer, questioning, or questionable. Some LGBT university student groups include the term "questioning" in their literature.
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- Questioning Sexuality Through the Q's, Irene Monroe, A Globe of Witness
- The Monitor, American Psychological Association publication mentions the term.
- PFLAG Phoenix Quick Guide for Those "Questioning"
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