What I love the most about the words "Quing" and "Kweeng" is not only are they combinations of the words "Queen" and "King" but both words sound exactly the same yet are spelled completely different and represent the same thing. It's a magical coincidence, if you believe in that sort of thing.
What is a Quing?
A Quing is someone that embraces the idea that they have within them both feminine and masculine qualities. They find ways to exercise and find peace with both the right and left brain hemispheres. Though this person is balanced in their energies they identify mainly as more feminine. A Quing doesn't have to be someone that identifies as LGBTQ.. or a woman. A Quing embraces their qualities that are traditionally more feminine.
What is a Kweeng?
A Kweeng is someone that embraces the idea that they have within them both masculine and feminine qualities. They find ways to exercise and find peace with both the left and right brain hemispheres. Though this person is balanced in their energies they identify mainly as more masculine. A Kweeng doesn't have to be someone that identifies as LGBTQ.. or a woman. A Kweeng embraces their qualities that are traditionally more masculine.
This to me is the most exciting question regarding Quing/Kweeng...
What are feminine and masculine qualities and how do they differ?
Some might say that women are more nurturing and men are more assertive and providers but is that always the case, certainly not. There are assertive women that provide and there are lots of nurturing men. I don't think there is one quality one gender has as a whole that the other gender doesn't have. Because the truth is that all humans are fluid and capable of having any and all characteristics/aspects inside of them. Just because a person is one gender means they have to dress, talk, act or do anything a specific way beyond gender, race, age and our physical bodies there is a soul and spirit that has it's own story and transcends the limitations and appearance of our physicality.
So whether you identify as a "Quing" or a "Kweeng" it doesn't really matter because it's saying the same thing, you are unique, equal and royal.
Below you'll find a video that is one extreme visual representation of Quings/Kweengs note the playfulness of gender fluidity.