L – Lesbian (Females who are sexually and/or romantically attracted to females)
G – Gay (Males who are sexually and/or romantically attracted to males)
B – Bisexual (A male or female who are sexually and/or romantically attracted to both males and females)
T – Trans (A blanket term for those whose birthed gender, aka male or female, does not match how they identify. For example a male at birth who identifies as female would identify themselves within the Trans community. They can identify as male, female, both, or neither otherwise known as non-binary)
Q – Queer or Questioning (Queer is a blanket term for not being straight or being trans. Questioning is those who are not sure about their sexuality or gender and are exploring)
+ – Everything else that is not covered above (Some of those are Intersex, non-Binary and Asexual)
Quick Tip: If you are not sure of someone’s pronouns, most people are willing to tell you how they prefer to be addressed if you ask nicely.