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The '''International Nonbinary Day''' is celebrated each 14th of July since 2012 with the aim to celebrate and focus on nonbinary people, their successes and contributions to the world and their issues. Katje, the person who proposed it, described the choice of this day as follows: "How about July 14th? It’s precisely in the middle between International Men’s Day and International Women’s day. It’s a nice month. Numerologically it’s a 3, which is an appropriate number, I think, for us non-binary folk."<ref>[https://femmesblackmarket.wordpress.com/2012/03/08/calling-for-an-international-non-binary-gender-day/ Calling for an International Nonbinary Day]</ref>
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The '''International Nonbinary Day''' is celebrated each 14th of July since 2012 with the aim to celebrate and focus on nonbinary people, their successes and contributions to the world and their issues. Katje, the person who proposed it, described the choice saying that it's precisely in the middle between International Men's Day and International Women's Day. Moreover, the number of months between March and July, and between July and November, is 3, which is numerologically a good number for nonbinary people, according to Katja.<ref>[https://femmesblackmarket.wordpress.com/2012/03/08/calling-for-an-international-non-binary-gender-day/ Calling for an International Nonbinary Day]</ref>
   
 
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Revision as of 21:21, 14 July 2018

The International Nonbinary Day is celebrated each 14th of July since 2012 with the aim to celebrate and focus on nonbinary people, their successes and contributions to the world and their issues. Katje, the person who proposed it, described the choice saying that it's precisely in the middle between International Men's Day and International Women's Day. Moreover, the number of months between March and July, and between July and November, is 3, which is numerologically a good number for nonbinary people, according to Katja.[1]

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