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Would you consider activist and artist led research?


Hi folx! I do not know if you have specific policies for content by now so here are few questions:

  1. Would you consider compiling non-academic research?
  2. Activist and artist led research?
  3. If yes - Would you keep it separate?
Krystyna8080 (talkcontribs)

hey! we have the Nonbinary Wiki:Content policy, if you're curious, but so far I think the main restrictions are:

"In any case, original research is not allowed; the Nonbinary Wiki is not a place to coin new terms or pronouns, but to document existing ones. References that are tied to the editor who adding the content or that have been created specifically to work around this policy will be removed, together with the referenced content."

if you're unsure about something, you can always ask on the talk pages before adding! type up what you want to add and we can look it over

Thank you. I am familiar with no-original-research from Wikipedia, but I was curious if consolidating a separate page with non-academic research makes sense.

Krystyna8080 (talkcontribs)

nah, add it here if you have it, we'll update the intro sentence to include other types of research - we might have separate sections for the types of research, but that'll be discussed in a separate thread

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Clarke, J. A. (2019). They, Them, and Theirs. Harvard Law Review, 132(3), 895–991.

Goldberg, A. E., & Kuvalanka, K. A. (2018). Navigating identity development and community belonging when “there are only two boxes to check”: An exploratory study of nonbinary trans college students. Journal of LGBT Youth, 15(2), 106–131.

Liszewski, W., Peebles, J. K., Howa Yeung, Arron, S., & Yeung, H. (2018). Persons of Nonbinary Gender - Awareness, Visibility, and Health Disparities. New England Journal of Medicine, 379(25), 2391–2393.

Reisner, S. L., & Hughto, J. (2019). Comparing the health of non-binary and binary transgender adults in a statewide non-probability sample. PloS one, 14(8), e0221583.

Goldhammer, H., Malina, S., & Keuroghlian, A. S. (2018). Communicating With Patients Who Have Nonbinary Gender Identities. Annals of family medicine, 16(6), 559–562.

Allen, B. J., Andert, B., Botsford, J., Budge, S. L., & Rehm, J. L. (2020). At the Margins: Comparing School Experiences of Nonbinary and Binary-Identified Transgender Youth. The Journal of school health, 90(5), 358–367.

Lykens, J. E., LeBlanc, A. J., & Bockting, W. O. (2018). Healthcare Experiences Among Young Adults Who Identify as Genderqueer or Nonbinary. LGBT health, 5(3), 191–196.

Peng, K., Zhu, X., Gillespie, A., Wang, Y., Gao, Y., Xin, Y., Qi, J., Ou, J., Zhong, S., Zhao, L., Liu, J., Wang, C., & Chen, R. (2019). Self-reported Rates of Abuse, Neglect, and Bullying Experienced by Transgender and Gender-Nonbinary Adolescents in China. JAMA network open, 2(9), e1911058.

Price-Feeney, M., Green, A. E., & Dorison, S. (2020). Understanding the Mental Health of Transgender and Nonbinary Youth. The Journal of adolescent health : official publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine, S1054-139X(19)30922-X. Advance online publication.

Koehler, A., Eyssel, J., & Nieder, T. O. (2018). Genders and Individual Treatment Progress in (Non-)Binary Trans Individuals. The journal of sexual medicine, 15(1), 102–113.

Todd, K., Peitzmeier, S. M., Kattari, S. K., Miller-Peruse, M., Sharma, A., & Stephenson, R. (2019). Demographic and Behavioral Profiles of Nonbinary and Binary Transgender Youth. Transgender health, 4(1), 254–261.

Ansara Y. G. (2015). Challenging cisgenderism in the ageing and aged care sector: Meeting the needs of older people of trans and/or non-binary experience. Australasian journal on ageing, 34 Suppl 2, 14–18.

Richards, C., Bouman, W. P., Seal, L., Barker, M. J., Nieder, T. O., & T'Sjoen, G. (2016). Non-binary or genderqueer genders. International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England), 28(1), 95–102.

Scandurra, C., Mezza, F., Maldonato, N. M., Bottone, M., Bochicchio, V., Valerio, P., & Vitelli, R. (2019). Health of Non-binary and Genderqueer People: A Systematic Review. Frontiers in psychology, 10, 1453.

Beth A. Clark, Jaimie F. Veale, Marria Townsend, Hélène Frohard-Dourlent & Elizabeth Saewyc (2018) Non-binary youth: Access to gender-affirming primary health care, International Journal of Transgenderism, 19:2, 158-169,

Hamilton, Kelly Mason, "Does X Mark the Applicant? Assessing Reactions to Gender Non-Binary Job Seekers" (2019).

Puopolo, Lori. (2018). "Beyond the Binary: How Discourses Affect Non-Binary People's Access to Gender-Affirming Healthcare". Senior Theses, Trinity College, Hartford, CT. Trinity College Digital Repository,

Galupo, M. P., Pulice-Farrow, L., Clements, Z. A., & Morris, E. R. (2019). “I love you as both and I love you as neither”: Romantic partners’ affirmations of nonbinary trans individuals. International Journal of Transgenderism, 20(2/3), 315–327.

Whyte, S., Brooks, R.C. & Torgler, B. Man, Woman, “Other”: Factors Associated with Nonbinary Gender Identification. Arch Sex Behav 47, 2397–2406 (2018).

Davidson, S. (2016) Gender inequality: Nonbinary transgender people in the workplace.

Shull, D. (2015). Communicative Acts of Identity : Non-binary Individuals, Identity, and the Internet. (Master’s thesis).

Miltersen, E.H. (2016). Nounself pronouns: 3rd person personal pronouns as identity expression. Journal of Language Works.

Barbee, H., Schrock, D. (2019). Un/Gendering Social Selves: How Nonbinary People Navigate and Experience a Binarily Gendered World.

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Knutson et al. (2019). Recommended terminology, pronouns, and documentation for work with transgender and non-binary populations. DOI: 10.1037/pri0000098

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