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'''[[Pronouns]]'''<br>One of the most relevant parts of language for trans and nonbinary people. Learn all about them here!
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'''[[Directory of online communities]]'''<br>Looking for a place to connect with other nonbinary people? Check out the directory for suggestions!
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'''[[Public toilets]]'''<br>Public toilets often discriminate between men and women, giving nonbinary people a hard choice.
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Make sure to check out the [[Practical resources]] index as well as the [[:Category:Practical resources|Practical resources category]] for more articles!
 
Make sure to check out the [[Practical resources]] index as well as the [[:Category:Practical resources|Practical resources category]] for more articles!

Revision as of 13:01, 31 July 2020

Dive in!
We've got tons of content and we want to help you find what you're looking for! Tap or mouse over each of the three sections below to start exploring the wiki.

People

Over 282 articles

People who live and represent our identities beyond the binary.

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Nonbinary people
People of any profession or occupation who identify as nonbinary.

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Genderqueer people
People of any profession or occupation who identify as genderqueer.

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Activists
People who dedicate their lives to defending an idea and identify beyond the binary.

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Performers
People who perform in any kind of context and identify in the nonbinary spectrum.

Identities

Over 72 articles

These are the most common nonbinary identities according to the 2019 Gender Census:

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Nonbinary
Any gender identity that is not strictly male or female all the time, and so does not fit within the gender binary.

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Transgender
Identifying as a gender other than the one that was assigned at birth.[1]

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Genderqueer
Umbrella term that refers both to non-normative gender identity and gender expression.

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Agender
Not have a gender or a gender identity. Sometimes also described as having a neutral identity.

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Genderfluid
Gender identity that describes the experience of a gender that changes over time.

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Questioning
Being in the process of exploring or figuring out one's gender identity.

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Genderless
Alternative word for agender.

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Androgyne
Gender identity that generally means being "between" masculinity and femininity.

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Demigirl
Only partially identifying as a girl or woman, and sometimes partially identifying as something else.

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Demiboy
Only partially identifying as a boy or man, and sometimes partially identifying as something else.

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Genderflux
Gender identity that varies in intensity over time (not to be confused with genderfluid).

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Demigender
Partially identifying with a specific gender, and sometimes as something else simultaneously (includes demigirl, demiboy, deminonbinary, and others).

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Bigender
Identity that involves two distinct gender identities, either at the same time, or at different times.

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Neutrois
Someone who identifies as being non-gendered and seeks to lose the major physical signifiers that indicate gender to others.

This is only the tip of the iceberg! You can check out the list of nonbinary identities for more, or just use the search bar at the top right of this page to look up your identity.

Practical resources

Over 101 articles

Advice and tips for nonbinary people, written by the Nonbinary Wiki community.

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Coming out
Telling someone else about your identity is exciting, but also scary. Let us give you some tips!

Neutrois.png

Androgyny
A gender expression that mixes masculine and feminine elements to create an ambiguous presentation.

Neutrois.png

Binding
A method to flatten the breast tissue. Make sure to follow our tips for an optimal technique and avoid any harm to your body!

Neutrois.png

Clothing
Clothes are an important factor on how people perceive us, and this page has some suggestions to build your own style.

Neutrois.png

Transition
The process by which many trans people go through to reach their desired social role or physicality.

Neutrois.png

Neutral names
Suggestions to pick a new name and long lists of neutral names, ordered alphabetically, with information about their meanings and origins.

Neutrois.png

Pronouns
One of the most relevant parts of language for trans and nonbinary people. Learn all about them here!

Neutrois.png

Directory of online communities
Looking for a place to connect with other nonbinary people? Check out the directory for suggestions!

Neutrois.png

Surgery
Some nonbinary people decide to go through surgery (or surgeries) to reach their desired physicality and reduce dysphoria.

Neutrois.png

Gender dysphoria
The negative feelings that arise from some aspects of one's gender experience. Learn more about it in this article.

Neutrois.png

Public toilets
Public toilets often discriminate between men and women, giving nonbinary people a hard choice.

Neutrois.png

Changing rooms
Changing rooms tend to present a similar challenge. Get some tips to avoid dysphoria here!

Make sure to check out the Practical resources index as well as the Practical resources category for more articles!

Notes

  1. The reason this is not the most frequent identity is that the Gender Census is open only to people who are not men or women exclusively and all of the time. Transgender is more common than nonbinary, but many trans people are not nonbinary.