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*At the end of ''Freakboy'', the main character, Brendan Chase identifies themselves as [[genderfluid]]. The book is primarily about their transition, and does end on a depressing note regarding their gender."
 
*At the end of ''Freakboy'', the main character, Brendan Chase identifies themselves as [[genderfluid]]. The book is primarily about their transition, and does end on a depressing note regarding their gender."
 
*In Sam Farren's novel ''Dragonoak: The Complete History of Kastelir'' (2015) and its sequel ''Dragonoak: The Sky Beneath the Sun'' (2015), several nonbinary characters play important roles. All of them use "they" pronouns and are only described in gender-neutral terms. Their gender is not their defining feature - the novel's fictional society treats nonbinary genders as just as normal as binary ones. The author is a nonbinary lesbian.<ref>https://athetos.tumblr.com/post/181997780240/hey-uhhh-go-read-literally-anything-by-sam-farren</ref>
 
*In Sam Farren's novel ''Dragonoak: The Complete History of Kastelir'' (2015) and its sequel ''Dragonoak: The Sky Beneath the Sun'' (2015), several nonbinary characters play important roles. All of them use "they" pronouns and are only described in gender-neutral terms. Their gender is not their defining feature - the novel's fictional society treats nonbinary genders as just as normal as binary ones. The author is a nonbinary lesbian.<ref>https://athetos.tumblr.com/post/181997780240/hey-uhhh-go-read-literally-anything-by-sam-farren</ref>
*The main character in "Damsel Knight" by Sam Austin spends much of the book [[gender questioning]], and ends questioning but also settled into an identity somewhere between male and female. She eventually chooses female pronouns and a male name.
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*The main character in "Damsel Knight" by Sam Austin spends much of the book gender questioning, and ends questioning but also settled into an identity somewhere between male and female. She eventually chooses female pronouns and a male name.
 
*Alex Fierro is a [[genderfluid]] character from the book series ''Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard'', by Rick Riordan. Alex switches between she/her and he/him pronouns, although expressing that she normally uses she/her pronouns. Alex first appears in the book ''The Hammer of Thor,'' and is the love interest of the main character of the series, Magnus Chase. During ''The Hammer of Thor'', Alex states "I'm gender fluid and transgender" (Riordan 54).
 
*Alex Fierro is a [[genderfluid]] character from the book series ''Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard'', by Rick Riordan. Alex switches between she/her and he/him pronouns, although expressing that she normally uses she/her pronouns. Alex first appears in the book ''The Hammer of Thor,'' and is the love interest of the main character of the series, Magnus Chase. During ''The Hammer of Thor'', Alex states "I'm gender fluid and transgender" (Riordan 54).
 
*''Halfway Human'' by Carolyn Ives Gilman is from the perspective of Tedla, an adult nonbinary character in a high science fiction setting. It is worth noting that this portrayal deals with the genderless (called "blands") as a sub-class of people.<ref>https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1082276.Halfway_Human</ref>
 
*''Halfway Human'' by Carolyn Ives Gilman is from the perspective of Tedla, an adult nonbinary character in a high science fiction setting. It is worth noting that this portrayal deals with the genderless (called "blands") as a sub-class of people.<ref>https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1082276.Halfway_Human</ref>

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