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So I'm not particularly fond of identifying as "heterosexual" or "straight". Generally, I think of straight people as being "those people over there who are more often than not heteronormative". This is despite the fact that I'm a cis guy who sexually prefers women.

And partially, because the act of queering includes questioning norms, I really prefer the label "queer". I imagine some in the queer community would object to me claiming that term. And that's fine. We can have that discussion. And that's to say nothing of the practical reality that saying "I'm queer" would probably confuse people and lead them astray about my preferences.

So I don't have any real conclusion about this, which I'm ok with.

But how about you? Anyone else bridle at the terms "heterosexual" or "straight", even though it's mostly an accurate description of you?