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*''[http://tapastic.com/series/6ses 6ses]'' by Kagome is a comic that features an agender protagonist.
 
*''[http://tapastic.com/series/6ses 6ses]'' by Kagome is a comic that features an agender protagonist.
 
* *''[http://tapastic.com/series/Eri Eri the Cyborg]'' by Ren is a comic that features an agender protagonist.
 
* *''[http://tapastic.com/series/Eri Eri the Cyborg]'' by Ren is a comic that features an agender protagonist.
* Biaggio, in the movie "The Kings of Summer," asserts that they don't see themself as "having a gender."
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* Biaggio, in the movie "The Kings of Summer," asserts that he doesn't see himself as "having a gender."
 
* In the video game ''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nights_into_Dreams... NiGHTS into Dreams]'' the character "NiGHTS is neutral, and therefore has no gender. The impressions of the character with regards to gender are totally up to the player" according to Takashi Iizuka, the lead designer of the game.<ref>Mike Taylor, "Interview: Takashi Iizuka Talks NiGHTS" December 5, 2007. ''Nintendo Life'' http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2007/12/interview_takashi_iizuka_talks_nights</ref>
 
* In the video game ''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nights_into_Dreams... NiGHTS into Dreams]'' the character "NiGHTS is neutral, and therefore has no gender. The impressions of the character with regards to gender are totally up to the player" according to Takashi Iizuka, the lead designer of the game.<ref>Mike Taylor, "Interview: Takashi Iizuka Talks NiGHTS" December 5, 2007. ''Nintendo Life'' http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2007/12/interview_takashi_iizuka_talks_nights</ref>
 
*''Bone Dance'' by Emma Bull. Character: the protagonist, Sparrow, is canonically described as "sexless" and "genderless." The exact details of their identity [http://practicalandrogyny.com/raq/bonedanc.shtml are a matter of debate (spoilers)].
 
*''Bone Dance'' by Emma Bull. Character: the protagonist, Sparrow, is canonically described as "sexless" and "genderless." The exact details of their identity [http://practicalandrogyny.com/raq/bonedanc.shtml are a matter of debate (spoilers)].

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Wikibase entities used in this page

  • Agenderflux: Label: en, Title
  • Agenderfluid: Label: en, Title
  • Agender: Sitelink, Title, Statement: P14, Statement: P11, Statement: P22, Other (Statements), Statement: P37, Statement: P21, Statement: P15
  • Nonbinary: Label: en, Title

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