It can be hard to use language to pinpoint something as particular and personal as gender or sexuality. But there’s a resource for those who are trying to find a word that best describes them.
Queer Undefined is a crowd-sourced LGBTQ+ dictionary that harnesses the power of queers on the internet and wears its sources on its sleeve. The site relies on community input to define its terms; contributors share personal stories that illustrate how they might have come to that identity. INTO spoke to the site’s founder and creator Sara Goldstein-Weiss about her inspiration for the site and what it’s like to help queers define themselves.