Nonbinary Wiki:Uncommon identities

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VisualEditor - Icon - Advanced - white.svg This page documents a Nonbinary Wiki policy and all editors are expected to follow it to the best of their abilities.
Please, do not add or remove content from this page unless there is consensus.

This wiki considers that an identity is uncommon or not widely used when there is not enough objective evidence of a large number of people using it. This may be because the only source speaking about this term is a poor source (such as the MOGAI Archive or other dead links), or because they lack evidence that people have ever held those identities (for example, terms that were proposed, but were only adopted by one person, or perhaps by nobody at all).

When an identity meets one of these requirements, it is no longer considered uncommon:

  • At least 1% of participants in a survey with at least 1,000 answers focused on nonbinary people in general (and not just a subset of identities) chose this identity to describe themselves.
  • At least 0.2% of participants in a survey focused on nonbinary people in general (and not just a subset of identities) chose this identity to describe themselves. Additionally, the identity has appeared in a non-primary source.
  • A full article on Wikipedia is enough for an identity to be considered notable, since Wikipedia already has high notability standards. A section of a larger article is not enough for this point. Wikis other than Wikipedia are not valid sources for this point.

Pages about gender identities that don't meet these requirements are marked with the {{uncommon identity}} template. Please note that this does not necessarily mean that the identity is not valid, it's just an indicator to show that very few people use this term.