That's the main one some others; - Don't touch my stuff - Don't blatantly insult my writing (criticism is fine, being a dick isn't) - Don't make sexual advances - If I'm telling آپ about a problem don't dismiss it and don't write it off as 'not a big deal'. This drives me up the fucking دیوار and is 100% I don't talk to my parents about anything anymore because it's always, 'oh آپ think آپ have it bad, I had to deal with...'
1) Physical contact. I'm very weird about it and sometimes I'm مزید comfortable with it than others so it'd usually better to just ask یا stray away. If I don't initiate it یا I haven't کہا it's okay for آپ it's a bad idea. My dad completely ignores it and goes out of his way to try to hug me with out permission and it's دیا me panic attacks on a few extreme occasions.
2) Talking about my being trans. If it's a سوال that's okay but just randomly outting me یا having me be the trans person آپ know یا whatever I don't like. My friend does this sometimes and I have to ask them to stop because it's kind of a constant reminder that I'm never going to be cis. My dad (yeah we don't like this guy) also outted me to an entire community of people I didn't even know one time. Fun.
1: Physical contact. I’m naturally not a very physical, intimate person. I don’t like being expected to just give out physical contact when meeting new people. For example: handshakes. OK, I get that’s a common thing here in America, but not everyone wants to shake the hand of a stranger they literally just fucking met. For me, it’s rude AF for strangers to want physical contact from me. Especially when I don’t even know them. I don’t know where their hands have been, and I don’t want them touching mine. And that’s why I’m making it a habit to wear gloves when my job coach introduces me to people, and pressures me to give them physical contact.
For hugs, I almost never do this. Even with people I’m closest to. However, I do give out hugs once I feel comfortable around them. But not until then. The thing with me is: Physical contact from me is something people must earn, I’m not just going let آپ touch me.
But in most cases, tho, physical contact just makes me cringe almost 24/7. And I make sure they understand where I draw the line.
2: Sexual remarks are a “no” from me. I don’t see them as a compliment, rather an insult. I don’t like being seen as just an attractive thing that someone wants to bang. If آپ want to compliment on how I look, that’s absolutely fine. But DO NOT پار, صلیب into sexual remarks یا compliments on specific areas on my body. Doing so will get آپ smacked.
This is all I could think of at the moment, I’ll add more.
People sexually harassing me یا touching me. I've heard too many stories where girls are sexually harassed, asked inappropriate سوالات and touched but do nothing about it because they are afraid of either the person getting mad at them یا because they are too shy, I don't care if the person gets mad at me, no man puts their hands on me یا sexually harasses me یا even asks inappropriate questions. I will let the person know they've crossed the line if they do any of that.