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Display titleAliagender
Default sort keyAliagender
Page length (in bytes)5,791
Page ID1618
Page content languageen - English
Page content modelwikitext
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Counted as a content pageYes
Wikibase item IDQ167
Central descriptionA gender experience which is 'other', or stands apart from existing gender constructs

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Page creator5.148.108.162 (talk)
Date of page creation16:22, 19 December 2017
Latest editorOndo (talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit11:45, 26 March 2023
Total number of edits27
Total number of distinct authors11
Recent number of edits (within past 180 days)1
Recent number of distinct authors1

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  • Aliagender
    • Sitelink
    • Title
    • Statement: P21
    • Statement: P14
    • Statement: P11
    • Statement: P22
    • Statement: P37
    • Statement: P15
  • Nonbinary
    • Label: en
    • Title
  • Aporagender
    • Label: en
    • Title

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Aliagender (from Latin alius "other") is a specific nonbinary identity. As described by the person who coined it, Beck, aliagender is “A gender experience which...
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