Should the acronym LGBT change to LGBTT?

Asexual people can indeed develop a romantic relationship with another person. But they have no need for sexual contact.

... means people whose lived gender, the gender with which a person identifies, corresponds to the gender assigned at birth.

The term "drag queen" comes from English and describes a male travesty artist who artfully disguises himself as a woman and humorously exaggerates female behavior. Accordingly, women who dress up as men and imitate male stereotypes are referred to as "Drag King". However, this does not mean that people also identify with the opposite sex. So you are not necessarily transgender.

... describes the gender identity that is determined socio-culturally. Accordingly, sex means the biological gender that is assigned to a person at birth. The distinction goes back in particular to the American philosopher Judith Butler in her work "The Unease of the Sexes".

With the help of the underscore, a linguistic difference between men and women can also be realized (readers). Unlike most gender options (e.g. readers), the gap does not put the terms in opposition. Rather, it represents a loophole with which all others who do not want to subordinate themselves to the binary system can identify. The same applies to the * asterisk, which is often added to the words in order not to exclude anyone, for example: LGBT *.

... is the assumption that is often widespread in a society that biological and social sex match and that gender types are classified according to a binary system - men on the one hand, women on the other.

An intersex body has both male and female gender characteristics, so that a clear attribution via the binary gender system (man and woman) is not easily possible. Another term for intersex people is intersex people, while the word "hermaphrodite" is mostly used disparagingly.

The acronym comes from English and stands for: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender. The German equivalent, LSBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) is rarely used. Often the term is supplemented by additional letters, for example: LGBTQIA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual, Queer, Intersex, Asexual). What all these terms have in common is that they draw attention to the concept of heteronormativity.

The term refers to trans people who are perceived by other people as the gender they represent. A male trans person is perceived and accepted as a man and a female trans person as a woman.

... means everything that deviates from the norm (Engl. disturb). For years the term had negative connotations, but today it is a common collective term for all sexual orientations and gender identities that do not correspond to hetero- and cis-normativity, such as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersexual. The term is sometimes used more often by individuals than "homosexual", for example, because it is politically charged and more clearly than the other ascriptions for breaking through restrictive binary structures.

... are people who do not feel they belong to the gender assigned at birth. However, you do not necessarily want to undertake sex reassignment surgery. Some transgender people feel the desire to be clearly assigned as man and woman within the system, while others who strictly reject the binary structures (genderqueer, genderfuck) and want to be both male and female, none of both or something third.

Transsexuals do not want to be identified by the gender they were assigned at birth, but rather by the gender they lived. Although you can be physically classified as a man or woman, you feel strange in your body and use both surgical and hormonal treatments in order to be able to accept the other, lived gender as much as possible.

... are people who cannot be assigned to the binary system.

People wear clothes of the opposite sex in private or public spaces. However, this does not have to be permanent, it can also be temporary. A transvestite doesn't have to be homosexual. Often the term cross-dressing is used synonymously with transvestism. Cross-dressing means wearing clothes of the opposite sex.

Trans women are women who were born with a male body. Similarly, trans men are men who were born with a female body.