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* In Lois McMaster Bujold's science fiction series, The Vorkosigan Saga, major character Bel Thorne is one of a group of humans who were genetically engineered to have both male and female sex organs. This group is called "hermaphrodites" and use the pronoun "it". Bel Thorne is noted to usually have an "ambiguous-to-male" [[gender expression]], but sometimes presents more femininely. Additionally, there is a group of genetically-engineered beings called the "ba" who have no sex organs and are used as servants in the Cetagandan Empire.
 
* In Lois McMaster Bujold's science fiction series, The Vorkosigan Saga, major character Bel Thorne is one of a group of humans who were genetically engineered to have both male and female sex organs. This group is called "hermaphrodites" and use the pronoun "it". Bel Thorne is noted to usually have an "ambiguous-to-male" [[gender expression]], but sometimes presents more femininely. Additionally, there is a group of genetically-engineered beings called the "ba" who have no sex organs and are used as servants in the Cetagandan Empire.
 
* In ''Ice Song'' and ''Tattoo'', fantasy/sci-fi/paranormal books by Kirsten Imani Kasai, the protagonist, Sorykah Minuit, is a type of person known as a "Trader", meaning her physical [[sex]] changes at certain times due to her genetics. Traders are treated with superstition and harassment. Sorykah's male persona is Soryk, and his memories are separate from Sorykah's. Sorykah has twin children, Leander and Ayeda, who are also Traders.
 
* In ''Ice Song'' and ''Tattoo'', fantasy/sci-fi/paranormal books by Kirsten Imani Kasai, the protagonist, Sorykah Minuit, is a type of person known as a "Trader", meaning her physical [[sex]] changes at certain times due to her genetics. Traders are treated with superstition and harassment. Sorykah's male persona is Soryk, and his memories are separate from Sorykah's. Sorykah has twin children, Leander and Ayeda, who are also Traders.
* ''Everybody Loves Large Chests'', a (dark)comedy-fantasy webnovel by Exterminatus, features several sentient species who have no or only one biological sex. Some of them display gendered features and behavior, like the "motherly" Dryads and the various kinds of demons. Boxxy, the anti-hero protagonist, is explicitely stated to be genderless in the chapter "Mindgames 2".<ref>{{cite web |url= https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/EverybodyLovesLargeChests |website= TV Tropes |access-date= 20 May 2021 |quote= The irony of a genderless creature with zero sex drive somehow surrounding itself with all manner of lewd women was so thick that one would probably need to dig through it with a pickaxe. |title= Literature / Everybody Loves Large Chests }}</ref> The story follows its life from Dungeon-Mimic to walking calamity.
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* ''Everybody Loves Large Chests'', a (dark)comedy-fantasy webnovel by Exterminatus, features several sentient species who have no or only one biological sex. Some of them display gendered features and behavior, like the "motherly" Dryads and the various kinds of demons. Boxxy, the anti-hero protagonist, is explicitely stated to be genderless in the chapter "Mindgames 2".<ref>{{cite web |url= https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/EverybodyLovesLargeChests |website= TV Tropes |access-date= 20 May 2021 |quote= The irony of a genderless creature with zero sex drive somehow surrounding itself with all manner of lewd women was so thick that one would probably need to dig through it with a pickaxe.}}</ref> The story follows its life from Dungeon-Mimic to walking calamity.
   
 
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