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'''Nonvirmina''' or '''nonpuerella''' is a term for someone who is neither [[male]] nor [[female]] at all in any way, shape, or form, but feels a strong connection to both [[masculinity]] and [[femininity]] within their [[gender]]."
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'''Nonvirmina''' or '''nonpuerella''' is a term for someone who is neither [[male]] nor [[female]] at all in any way, shape, or form, but feels a strong connection to both [[masculinity]] and [[femininity]] within their [[gender]].
   
 
[[Nonpuella]] (or nonera) is a related gender for someone connected to [[femininity]] but not [[female]] at all, and [[nonpuer]] (or nonvir) is for someone connected to [[masculinity]] but not [[male]] at all.<ref>https://nonvirminas.tumblr.com/definitions</ref>
 
[[Nonpuella]] (or nonera) is a related gender for someone connected to [[femininity]] but not [[female]] at all, and [[nonpuer]] (or nonvir) is for someone connected to [[masculinity]] but not [[male]] at all.<ref>https://nonvirminas.tumblr.com/definitions</ref>

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Nonvirmina or nonpuerella is a term for someone who is neither male nor female at all in any way, shape, or form, but feels a strong connection to both masculinity and femininity within their gender.

Nonpuella (or nonera) is a related gender for someone connected to femininity but not female at all, and nonpuer (or nonvir) is for someone connected to masculinity but not male at all.[1]

In the 2020 Gender Census, one respondent was nonvirmina.[2]

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