Going beyond just how a person perceives — man, woman, outside the gender binary — gender identity can also apply to how other people attribute gender based on gender stereotypes (e.g., behavior, clothing, hairstyle, etc.).
Health or Disability
This identification pertains to health conditions or disabilities that can be either visible (e.g., Down syndrome, paraplegia) or non apparent(e.g., hearing loss, mental illness and disorders).
This relates to one's legal relationship to a state/nation whether by citizenship (birthright, naturalization), ID documents (passport, green card, visa) or status (migrant, refugee, asylum seeker, undocumented).
This applies to a mother tongue and the language(s) one chooses to speak and how it affects one's self-perception by influencing how one grows up, what is consumed, who they spend time with and what they relate to.
One's sense of belonging to a particular nation can be determined by citizenship, legal status and birthplace as well as language and ancestry.
Body Size or Image
This deals with how one views their body image, body size, physical attractiveness, physical fitness, weight and other factors.
The involves a presumed common genealogy or ancestry as well as cultural, behavioral, linguistic, ritualistic or religious traits.
Based on a social construct that lacks scientific basis but is nonetheless influential, this involves one's identification with a particular racial group.
This is the relative sense of feeling "young"or "old," and does not necessarily coincide with chronological age.
This encompasses the personal beliefs and practices related to communal faith along with rituals and communication stemming from such conviction.
This pertains to one's self-perception in terms of sexual, emotional or romantic attraction towards others; this can be different than one's romantic orientation
Class Socioeconomic status
Where an individual or group falls on the socioeconomic scale — high, middle, low — is often determined by a combination of social and economic factors such as education, occupation, income and wealth .