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* [[Christie Elan-Cane]] is a non-gendered activist based in the UK, "fighting for legal and social recognition outside the societal gender system".<ref name="LJprofile">http://elancane.livejournal.com/profile</ref>
* [[Tyler Ford]] (b. 1990) is an American writer and public speaker of mixed black and white Jewish ethnicity. Ford appeared as the first transgender contestant on ''The Glee Project'' in 2012. They are agender.<ref name="Childress">{{Cite web |title=“I Like to Exist as a Person”: What It Means to Live Beyond Gender |last=Childress |first=Sarah |work=FRONTLINE |date=30 June 2015 |access-date=28 April 2020 |url= https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/article/i-like-to-exist-as-a-person-what-it-means-to-live-beyond-gender/}}</ref>
* [[Angel Haze|Raeen Roes (Angel Haze)]] (b. 1991), a well known agender rapper. They have been nominated for awards with MTV, O Music Awards, BET Awards, and GLAAD Music Awards. They announced on Twitter that they were agender.<ref name="haze">[https://twitter.com/AngelHaze/status/567432462406393856 "angxl hxze on Twitter"], February 14, 2015</ref> <ref name="hazetwo">[https://twitter.com/AngelHaze/status/566688238396375041 "angxl hxze on Twitter"], February 14, 2015</ref>
* [[Public Universal Friend]] (1752 - 1819), an evangelist who preached against slavery in the early United States. The Friend was genderless and asked to be called by [[English neutral pronouns#No pronouns|no pronouns at all]].<ref name="Lamphier-Welch-331">Peg A. Lamphier, Rosanne Welch, ''Women in American History'' (2017), p. 331.</ref><ref name="Brekus-85">Catherine A. Brekus, ''Strangers and Pilgrims: Female Preaching in America, 1740-1845'' (2000), p. 85</ref><ref name="Juster-MacFarlane-27-28 Brekus-85 etc">Juster & MacFarlane, ''A Mighty Baptism'', pp. 27-28; Brekus, p. 85</ref>
* [[Andre J.]] (b. 1979) is an American party promoter who is a presence in the New York City fashion scene. They have been featured in photo spreads in French Vogue and V magazine. They are genderless<ref name="alphakitty">{{Cite web |title=Andre J is glam, genderless &....an Alpha Kitty |author=AlphaKitty |work=YouTube |date=29 November 2007 |access-date=17 May 2020 |url= https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpSU9p8czg8}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20110218202334/http://thebeautybean.com/site/real-beauty/andre-j-on-real-beauty/|archive-date=February 18, 2011|last=Wolfer|first=Alexis|title=Andre J. : On Real Beauty|url=http://thebeautybean.com/site/real-beauty/andre-j-on-real-beauty/}}</ref> and agender.<ref>[https://www.instagram.com/andrejworldwide/ Instagram bio], retrieved 17 May 2020</ref>
* [[Amita Kuttner]], PhD., is an astrophysicist who is in the race for leader of Canada's Green Party.<ref name="Parsons">{{Cite web |title=This astrophysicist could become the first non-binary person to lead a major political party in Canada |last=Parsons |first=Vic |work=PinkNews |date=10 March 2020 |access-date=18 May 2020 |url= https://www.pinknews.co.uk/2020/03/10/amita-kuttner-green-party-non-binary-astrophysicist-leadership-race-canada/ }}</ref>. They call themself nonbinary, genderfluid, and agender.<ref name="Identity">{{Cite web |title=Identity in Politics|author=Kuttner, Amita |work=amitakuttner.ca |date=2019 |access-date=18 May 2020 |url= https://amitakuttner.ca/news/identity-in-politics/}}</ref>
* [[Juno Mitchell]] is an American model. They walked alongside [[Miley Cyrus]] in the 2020 Marc Jacobs New York Fashion Week show.<ref name="Lankston">{{Cite web |title=EXCLUSIVE: Genderless trans model who strutted the Marc Jacobs runway with Miley Cyrus opens up about their 'refreshing' heart-to-heart with the singer - while urging the industry to be more accepting of non-binary people |last=Lankston |first=Charlie |work=Daily Mail |date=2 March 2020 |access-date=1 June 2020 |url= https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-8046939/Genderless-Marc-Jacobs-model-opens-doing-runway-Miley-Cyrus.html}}</ref> Their Instagram profile says they are agender.<ref name="igbio">[https://www.instagram.com/juno_mitchell/ Instagram bio] accessed 1 June 2020</ref>
* [[Jinkx Monsoon]] (b. 1987) an American drag performer, actor, comedian and singer best known for winning the fifth season of RuPaul's Drag Race. In a Facebook post about transphobia and the drag scene, Monsoon said, "I, myself do not identify as cis-gendered. I am genderless."<ref name="jinkxmonsoon">[https://www.facebook.com/jinkx.monsoon/posts/818079764894630], </ref>
* [[Chanda Prescod-Weinstein]] (b. 1982) is a cosmologist and science writer based at the University of New Hampshire. She was a founding member of the American Astronomical Society's [https://aas.org/comms/sgma Committee for Sexual Orientation and Gender Minorities in Astronomy]. In an interview, she described herself as a femme agender cis-sex woman.<ref name="McNeill">{{Cite web |title=Bonus: Talking Feminist Astrophysics with Chanda Prescod-Weinstein — Lady Science |author=McNeill, Leila |work=Lady Science |date=9 May 2019 |access-date=17 May 2020 |url= https://www.ladyscience.com/podcast/talking-feminist-astrophysics-chanda-prescod-weinstein}}</ref>
* [[DeAnne Smith]] is an award-winning Canadian-American comedian, writer and columnist. Smith is agender and [[transmasculine]].<ref name="smith2017">{{Cite web |title=DeAnne Smith - Comedy Up Late 2017 (S5, E2) |author=TheMelbComedyFest |work=YouTube |date=14 May 2017 |access-date=1 June 2020 |url= https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1iWAqNoSEw}}</ref>
* [[Bogi Takács]] is a Jewish poet, writer, psycholinguist, editor, and translator who has written Torah-inspired work. They won the Lambda Literary Award for Best Transgender Fiction. Their Twitter bio says they are agender.<ref name="BT-tweet">[https://twitter.com/bogiperson Twitter bio]</ref>
* [[Eris Young]] is a multi-genre writer known for their debut book ''They/Them/Their: A Guide to Nonbinary & Genderqueer Identities'', published in fall 2019.<ref name="ampersand">{{Cite web |title=On Writing and Growing: A Q&A with Eris Young |author= |work=The Ampersand Project |date= |access-date=26 June 2020 |url= https://theampersandproject.com/qa-eris-young/}}</ref><ref name="Inglis">{{Cite web |title=Eris Young on They/Them/Their: 'It's like a primer guide to being a non-binary person' |last=Inglis |first=Becca |work=The List |date=10 September 2019 |access-date=26 June 2020 |url= https://www.list.co.uk/article/111416-eris-young-on-they-them-their-its-like-a-primer-guide-to-being-a-non-binary-person/}}</ref> They are agender and genderqueer.<ref>{{cite tweet|title=I identify sometimes or partly as agender but also partly or sometimes as genderqueer!|user= Young_E_H|number =1226903204291600388|date=10 February 2020}}</ref>

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