Gender Fluidity

Gender, and the way we understand gender identity, is a defining issue of our time.

Genderfluid people often express a desire to remain flexible about their gender identity, rather than committing to a single definition. They may at times identify as bigender – shifting between masculine and feminine; or as trigender – shifting between these and a third gender.

In this helpful talk by Guy Mason, from City on a Hill, we build an understanding of what these complex terms mean, and a foundation to help us love people who are struggling with gender dysphoria, in the way of Jesus.