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Nonpuella or nonera is a term for "Someone who is not female at all in any way, shape, or form, but feels a strong connection to femininity within their gender." Nonpuella is Latin for "not girl" and nonera is Latin for "not woman".
Nonpuer (or nonvir) is the corresponding gender for someone connected to masculinity but not male at all. For those who are connected to both masculinity and femininity but aren't female or male at all, the term is nonpuerella or nonvirmina.
In the 2020 Gender Census, five respondents (0.02%) were nonpuella or nonera.
References[edit | edit source]
- ↑ "Nonpuella / Nonera (1)". 22 December 2015.
- ↑ https://nonvirminas.tumblr.com/definitions
- ↑ GC2020 Public Copy, 1 November 2020