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These are the most common nonbinary identities according to the 2019 Gender Census:
Not have a gender or a gender identity. Sometimes also described as having a neutral identity.
Gender identity that describes the experience of a gender that changes over time.
Being in the process of exploring or figuring out one's gender identity.
Alternative word for agender.
Gender identity that generally means being "between" masculinity and femininity.
Only partially identifying as a girl or woman, and sometimes partially identifying as something else.
Only partially identifying as a boy or man, and sometimes partially identifying as something else.
Gender identity that varies in intensity over time (not to be confused with genderfluid).
Partially identifying with a specific gender, and sometimes as something else simultaneously (includes demigirl, demiboy, deminonbinary, and others).
Identity that involves two distinct gender identities, either at the same time, or at different times.
Someone who identifies as being non-gendered and seeks to lose the major physical signifiers that indicate gender to others.
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- 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.