List of uncommon nonbinary identities

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This list of uncommon nonbinary identities contains gender identities that have less record of their use, according to community census results and historical information, or sometimes no record at all, beyond their coinage and inclusion in glossaries. This does not mean that the identity is not valid, but that not many people have decided to use it (More information...). See also the list of nonbinary identities for more common ones.

In order to keep the wiki accurate to the lived experiences of nonbinary people, identities should only be listed here if they cite from at least two separate external sources, showing both:

1. origin (such as a source about how the term was coined, or at least history of the term's use), and

2. evidence that the identity has actually been used as someone's own identity. Acceptable evidence includes presence in at least one Gender Census result, a news article, or published nonfiction book describing an actual person using it.

A design for a pride flag does not count toward origin or evidence of use. A personal blog does not count toward evidence of use. A source citation of a web page counts if it is either a live link, or an archive of a dead link, but dead links by themselves are not acceptable.

A

Abigender

  • Name(s): abigender/abbigender.
  • Meaning: "experiencing two distinct genders, either simultaneously or at different times, but only feeling a loose or vague connection to each gender while also not feeling that any part of the gender is 'neutral' or 'neither'."[citation needed]

Abimegender

  • Name(s): abimegender.
  • Origin: Coined in 2014 or earlier.[1]
  • Meaning: "a gender which is profound, deep, and infinite. You can combine any term with relevant genders, e.g. abimegirl for an abimegender girl."[2]
  • Keywords:
  • Demographics: In the 2020 Gender Census, two people reported they were abimegender.[3]

Aerogender

  • Name(s): aerogender. (not to be confused with "arogender", below)
  • Origin: Coined by Tumblr user tenderagender in a post to the MOGAI-Archive blog in 2014.[4]
  • Meaning: "Where an individual’s gender relies highly on their setting and/or atmosphere, which can be composed of a great number of things (ex. who they’re around, their level of comfort, the temperature, the weather, the time of day/year, etc.)"[4]
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, one respondent called themself aerogender.[5]

Arogender

The arogender pride flag.
  • Name(s): arogender. (not to be confused with "aerogender", above)
  • Origin: Coined in 2018 by tumblr user arokaladin.[6]
  • Meaning: "Arogender is a gender heavily influenced by one's place on the aromantic spectrum. It could be because they feel like they do not love in the way society expects of their gender, or it could be because they feel so strongly about not loving that it affects all parts of their being."[7] "It can be used as a standalone gender label or in conjunction with others; for example, one could be an arogender boy."[8]
  • Keywords: aromantic, arospec, aroace, grayromantic, greyromantic, demiromantic
  • Demographics: In the 2020 Gender Census, eleven respondents.[3]

Aesthetgender

  • Origin: Coined by curiosityismysin.[9]
  • Meaning: "A gender experience that is derived from, or the embodiment of, an aesthetic." There are many kinds of aesthetigenders,[9] and as such, aesthetigender can be considered an umbrella term within xenogender.
  • Keywords: abstract concepts, aesthetic, symbols, xenogender
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, three respondents said they were this.[5] In the 2020 Gender Census, one respondent was aestheticgender and one was aesthetigender.[3] In the 2021 Gender Census, six respondents were aesthetigender, two respondents were videgender, one was aestheticgender, and one was "aesthetic gender".[10]


Agenderflux

  • Name(s): agenderflux
  • Origin: Coined by Tumblr user perfectlybrokenbones in post to the MOGAI-Archive blog in 2014.[11]
  • Meaning: "Where you identify as agender [a.k.a. genderless] but have fluctuations where you feel feminine or masculine but not male or female."[11]
  • Keywords: femininity, often changing (genderfluid), genderless, masculinity, not female, not male
  • Demographics: In the Nonbinary/Genderqueer Survey 2016, 6 respondents were agenderflux.[12] In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, 28 respondents.[5] Notable people who identify as agenderflux include television actor Ellie Desautels.[13]

Alexigender

  • Name(s): alexigender
  • Origin: Coined by Tumblr user eaglestrike in a post to the MOGAI-Archive blog in 2014.[14]
  • Meaning: "A fluid gender experience, where you are aware that your gender is changing but cannot label each individual gender".
  • Keywords: often changing (genderfluid), indescribable, unnameable
  • Demographics: In the Nonbinary/Genderqueer Survey 2016, two respondents.[12] In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, one respondent.[5]

Aliagender

  • Origin: Beck, a moderator on the "askanonbinary" Tumblr blog, created the word "aliagender" in response to questions from Zoë or Leo (Tumblr user ZoboTheHob0, formerly ZoboTheHobo), in 2013.[16][17]
  • Meaning: As described by Beck, “A gender experience which is 'other', or stands apart from existing gender constructs.”[15] As Zoë or Leo later described it, "we defined it then as a gender experience other from the traditional spectrum. I always meant for this to be a term for a specific positive gender that was not associated with the man/woman spectrum, but was a gender that existed and NOT genderless."[16] Zoë or Leo also clarified that "they did not intend for aliagender to be harmful in any way, and was created to describe an 'othering' concept of gender."[18]
  • Keywords: neither female nor male, not female, not male, other gender
  • Demographics: In the Nonbinary/Genderqueer Survey 2016, one respondent.[12] In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, four respondents.[5]

Aliengender

  • Name(s): Aliengender.
  • Origin: Coined by genderghoul.[19]
  • Meaning: "A gender that is an interpretation of a gender or genders, from a nonhuman perspective. may or may not like to fit into a gender and adopt a gender, but in a sort of ‘alien trying out foreign species’s gender’ way. Can be combined with relevant genders."[19]
  • Keywords: alien, species, xenogender
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, one respondent said they were this.[5] In the 2020 Gender Census, one respondent was aliengender, one was "alien-gender", one was "gender alien", and 13 respondents wrote in "alien" as an identity.[3]


Ambigender

  • Origin: Coined by Tumblr user Baaphomett in a submission to the MOGAI-Archive blog in 2014.[20]
  • Meaning: As defined by Baaphomett, "Experiencing two genders simultaneously and without fluidity or shifting."[21]
  • Keywords: many genders (multigender), not changing often (not genderfluid), two genders (bigender)
  • Demographics: In the Nonbinary/Genderqueer Survey 2016, one respondent.[12] In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, 3 respondents.[5]

Ambonec

  • Origin:
  • Meaning: A "gender identity in which you identify as both male and female, yet you also identify as neither, at the same time."[24][25][26]
  • Keywords: both female and male, female, male, neither female nor male, not female, not male
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, 10 respondents.[5]

Anogender

  • Origin: Coined in 2014 by Tumblr user PocketMouse.[27]
  • Meaning: PocketMouse defined it as "a feeling of gender that fades in and out but feels the same whenever it comes back. different from genderfluid in that it’s one gender constantly resurfacing, rather than switching between genders".[27]
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, one respondent.[5] In the 2018 Gender Census, two respondents identified themselves as "anoboy".[28]

Anonbinary

  • Name(s): anonbinary
  • Origin:
  • Meaning: A gender that isn't binary, but is even outside of nonbinaryness.[29]
  • Keywords: neither female nor male, not female, not male
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, one respondent.[5] In 2020, two respondents.[3]

Antigender

  • Origin: Antigender was coined by Tumblr users AsexualJavert[30] and kgmps2.[31] Ungender was coined in 2014 by Tumblr user Baaphomett by submission to the MOGAI-Archive blog.[20]
  • Meaning: Antigender was originally defined as "Genders that can only be defined as the opposite of an existing gender. For instance: antiboy would be the opposite of a boy. antigirl would be the opposite of a girl."[30] Ungender was originally defined by Baaphomett as "Not without but a negative; an unboy would be the negative of a boy and an ungirl would be the negative of a girl."[20]
  • Keywords: opposite, prefix
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, 6 respondents were antigender, and 2 respondents were ungender.[5]

Apagender

  • Name(s): apagender
  • Origin: Coined in 2014 by an anonymous submission to the MOGAI-Archive blog.[32]
  • Meaning: "Someone who is apathetic towards their gender identity and doesn't care enough to look further into it."[32] Other identities that have similar descriptions to this: cassgender, graygender, and genderwhat.
  • Keywords: apathy, emotion, indescribable, indifferent
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, one respondent.[5]

Aporagender

  • Name(s): aporagender
  • Origin: Coined in 2014, from Greek apo, apor "separate" + "gender".[33]
  • Keywords: neutal, independent
  • Demographics: In the 2016 Nonbinary/Genderqueer Survey, 5 of the respondents (0.16%) were aporagender.[12] In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, 23 of the respondents (0.20%) were aporagender.[5]

Aquarigender

  • Name(s): aquarigender, genderflow[35]
  • Origin: Coined in 2014 or earlier[1] by tumblr user 8-bit-angel[36]
  • Meaning: " a gender that is perpetually changing. It is never to a specific gender identity, but sometimes there are existing labels that are close to what the gender feels like at the time. Sometimes it changes to a completely inexplicable feeling. Aquarigender is a flowing gender that changes slowly and constantly. It is not a set amount of genders that it switches between."[35]
  • Demographics: In the 2020 Worldwide Gender Census, two respondents.[3]

Astralgender

Astralgender flag created by helkie-three.[37]
  • Name(s): Astralgender.
  • Origin: Astralgender's original coining post can no longer be found. However, the term appears on a list of definitions published on Sep 6, 2015.[38] Therefore, the term was created on or before that date.
  • Meaning: A gender that feels connected to space.[37]
  • Keywords: nature, space, place, xenogender
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, one respondent said they were this.[5] In the 2020 Gender Census, no respondents.[3]


Autismgender

  • Origin: Coined in 2014 by Tumblr users autismgender and esperancegirl, by submissions to the MOGAI-Archive blog.[39]
  • Meaning: A gender identity with which some nonbinary people with autism choose to use to describe themselves. The creators of this term defined it as "autism as part or whole of gender identity; a gender that can only be understood in context of being autistic." When your gender experience is influenced by or linked to your autism, or your understanding of the concept of gender itself is fundamentally altered by your autism.[39]
  • Keywords: neurogender, neurodivergence, autism
  • Demographics: In the 2016 Nonbinary/Genderqueer Survey, one of the respondents called their gender identity "autistic," and another said "autisgender."[12] In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, 66 of the respondents (0.59%) called their gender identity autigender, autgender, autistic, or autiqueer.[5]

B

Bordergender

  • Name(s): bordergender or borderfluid[40]
  • Origin: Coined by Tumblr user izayaorihahaha in 2014 in a submission to the MOGAI-Archive blog[40]
  • Meaning: As defined by its coiner, "A fluctuating gender experienced exclusively by people with BPD [Borderline Personality Disorder]. A gender identity lacking a firm grasp on ones identity, while still experiencing gender, to varying degrees, but having trouble pinning it down to just one label or identity. Having the sense of grasping at labels as much as possible to describe a gender we keep questioning because we keep second guessing our sense of selves and, consequentially, our sense of gender. [...] this isn’t 'borderline is my gender' this is 'borderline has an affect on my gender because mental illness can have an affect on all aspects of our lives including our sexualities, romantic orientations and genders.'"[40]
  • Keywords: connected with mind or brain conditions (neurogender), genders about things other than connection to female or male, indescribable
  • Demographics: In the Nonbinary/Genderqueer Survey 2016, one respondent.[12] In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, two respondents.[5] In the 2020 Gender Census, eight people were bordergender and/or borderfluid.[3]


Bxy

  • Name(s): bxy
  • Origin: Coined by tumblr user sadghostbxy (Frankie), later renamed to colorbandiits.[41]
  • Meaning: "A gender that is both boy and agender/no gender. You can be a boy and agender/no gender at the same time, go between them, or fluctuate between feeling male and not feeling gender."[42] The "girl and agender" counterpart is gxrl.
  • Keywords: agender boy, agender man, genderless male
  • Demographics: In the 2018 Gender Census, four respondents.[28]

C

Cadensgender

Cadensgender flag.
  • Name(s): cadensgender
  • Origin:
  • Meaning: "A gender that's easily influenced by music."[43]
  • Keywords: music, songs

Caelgender

  • Name(s): Caelgender.
  • Origin: Coined by Tumblr user transmomoi in a post to the MOGAI-archive blog in 2014.[44]
  • Meaning: A gender which shares qualities with outer space or has the aesthetic of space, stars, nebulae, etc.[44]
  • Keywords: sky, nature, space, xenogender
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, one respondent said they were this.[5]


Cassgender

  • Name(s): cassgender
  • Origin: Cassgender was coined by Tumblr user okaygender in a submission to the MOGAI-Archive blog in 2014.[45]
  • Meaning: Cassgender was defined as "Feeling utterly indifferent to gender, believing it isn’t important."[45] Similar identities: apagender and graygender.
  • Keywords: apathy, emotion, indescribable, indifference
  • Demographics: In the Nonbinary/Genderqueer Survey 2016, one respondent was cassgender.[12] In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, four respondents were cassgender.[5] In the 2020 Gender Census, eight respondents.[3]

Cenrell

cenrell. Coined by SynHeart in 2018. "a gender identity where one feels most comfortable within the gender neutral spectrum, but still feels a strong attachment to masculinity."[46] In the 2020 Gender Census, three respondents.[3]

Cogitogender

  • Name(s): cogitogender
  • Origin: Coined by an anonymous submission to the MOGAI-Archive blog in 2014.[47]
  • Meaning: "A gender that only exists when you think about it, or is quiet until called to attention. alternatively, feeling genderless until a gender is consciously chosen."[47]
  • Keywords: genderless, indescribable, often changing (genderfluid), partial gender (demigender)
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, one respondent.[5]

Contigender

  • Name(s): Contigender.
  • Origin: Coined by Tumblr user hardcoreshounen in a submission to the MOGAI-Archive blog in 2014.[48]
  • Meaning: "1. a gender that flows through space and time and constantly changes, always moving 2. a gender of or related to space and time. this gender can be used by itself or along with another gender to describe its state of movement e.g. a conti agender or a contigender demigirl."[48]
  • Keywords: space, time, movement, change, genderfluid, xenogender
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, one respondent said they were this.[5]

Cosmicgender

Cosmicgender flag created by Kiloueka at pride-flags.deviantart.com.[49] The flag design was created to aesthetically represent looking up at space (specifically the Big Dipper) through a telescope.
  • Name(s): Cosmicgender.
  • Origin: Coined by Tumblr user dragon-friker in a submission to the MOGAI-Archive blog in 2014.[50]
  • Meaning: "A gender so vast and complex that you are only able to process a small bit of it at a time. Like viewing the night sky through a telescope, you cannot hope to see all of it at once, however, you may gain more knowledge about parts of it the longer you focus on one part. May contain any number of sub genders within it that may present themselves to you. It is infinite in its possibility. Name from the vast reaches of space filled with things we cannot begin to imagine."[50]
  • Keywords: size, change, space, xenogender
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, two respondents said they were this.[5] In the 2020 Gender Census, one respondent.[3]

D

Demiflux

  • Name(s): demiflux
  • Origin: Coined by Tumblr user aflutteringlaney in a submission to the MOGAI-Archive blog in 2014.[51]
  • Meaning: A gender identity for "someone whose gender is partially fluid with the other part(s) being static; this differs from 'demifluid' as '-flux' indicates that one of the genders is neutral; an example could be: one part of their gender is 'genderqueer' while the part that fluctuates is 'agender' and 'woman'."[52] As defined by aflutteringlaney: "A term for polygender/bigender individuals to describe when one of their genders is “static” and the other ranges in intensity and presence."[51]
  • Keywords: two genders (bigender), partial genders (demigender), often changing (genderfluid), often changing in intensity (genderflux), many genders (multigender)
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, 12 respondents.[5]

Dryagender

  • Name(s): Dryadgender.
  • Origin: Coined by maromoroney.[53]
  • Meaning: A form of agender but with more of a connection to an empty forest. (In reference to the Greek nymphs).[53]
  • Keywords: genderless, nature, xenogender
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, one respondent said they were this.[5]

E

Earthgender

  • Name(s): earthgender
  • Origin: First coined in 2014 or earlier.[1]
  • Meaning: Has at least two meanings:
    • "a gender identity that is directly affected, tied to, or influenced by the earth or nature. or; a gender identity similar to/the same as that of some form of earth deity."[54]
    • "A gender based in exploration and wildly swinging moods and identities. It constantly has some level of mystery, no matter what aspect you figure out.[55]"
  • Keywords: questioning, planetary
  • Demographics: In the 2020 Gender Census, one respondent.[3]

Egogender

  • Origin: Coined by Tumblr users queerspike and flynneleh in 2014.[56]
  • Meaning: "latin/greek prefix ego, meaning self, i (first person); a gender that is solely based on yourself, and no words seem to define it other than me gender, [name] gender, i’m just who i am and my gender is mine."[56] "One may also use (name)gender with their name inserted for a synonymous term."[57]
  • Keywords: namegender, personal, unique, xenogender
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, three respondents said they were egogender.[5]

Enigender

  • Name(s): enigender
  • Origin: Coined in 2014 or earlier by tumblr user gungnirv2, derived from the word "enigma".[58]
  • Meaning: "A gender that you cannot describe accurately with any words. However, certain pictures/audio/video/ect. can describe it just fine. Basically anything that’s not written or spoken word can describe enigender. Its a really fluid gender that could be described differently from person to person!"[58]
  • Keywords:
  • Demographics: In the 2020 Gender Census, one respondent.[3]

Epicene

  • Name(s): epicene. According to the Online Etymology Dictionary, this very old word comes "from Latin epicoenus 'common,' from Greek epikoinos 'common to many, promiscuous,' from epi 'on' ... + koinos 'common' ..."[59]
  • Origin: According to the Online Etymology Dictionary, epicene has been used in English for the genders of people since about 1600 to the 1630s CE.[59]
  • Meaning: According to Merriam-Webster and other dictionaries, epicene has been used with several different meanings, as follows. 1. Gender-neutral or genderless. Having the characteristics of more than one gender, or having no gender characteristics. 2. An effeminate man.[60][61][62]
  • Keywords: androgynous, centuries old, effeminate, genderless, gender neutral
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, six respondents.[5]

Ethale

  • Name(s): ethale
  • Origin: Coined December 2019 by tumblr user redefine-nonb-lesbianism.[63] The word is derived from "ethereal", meaning spirit-like or immaterial.[64]
  • Meaning: "a person whose gender relates to womanhood though exists as a separate gender".[65]
  • Keywords: related to womanhood/girlhood, femininity, feminine in nature
  • Demographics: In the 2020 Gender Census, one respondent.[3]

Ethegender

  • Name(s): Ethegender, Delicagender, Daingender, Ethereagender, or Elegender.[66]
  • Origin: Coined by Tumblr user robotxt.[66]
  • Meaning: A gender up to interpretation by individuals, but in essence is an ethereal gender that is unable to be understood by either the individual or others; a gender that cannot be explained; a dainty, elegant, or delicate gender. [66]
  • Keywords: indescribable, unique, xenogender
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, one response was ethegender, and one was elegender.[5]

Eunuch

  • Origin: According to the Online Etymology Dictionary, this very old word has been in English since the late 14th century. Ultimately, it comes from Greek, euno- "bed" + ekhein "to have, to hold," referring to eunuchs who were guards of nobles' bedchambers.[67]
  • Meaning: A person who was assigned male at birth, and had some or all of their genitals removed. Historically, there have been many people who had this done to them without their consent. However, there have also been many people who voluntarily and intentionally sought out this procedure, specifically in order to relieve their discomfort with having those genitals, or to stop other physical characteristics that are the result of masculinization from having testicles, such as body hair or a low voice. Some transgender people think of themselves as eunuchs. Many eunuchs have considered themselves to be men. However, many other eunuchs have thought of their status as a eunuch as a gender identity outside of the binary. This has been the case with eunuchs historically, in many different cultures, and today.[68] Some nonbinary people are or wish to become eunuchs, or label themselves as eunuchs.[69]
  • Keywords: assigned male at birth (AMAB), centuries old, transition
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, two respondents called their gender identity "eunuch."[5]

F

Faegender

  • Name(s): faegender
  • Origin: Coined in 2014 by an anonymous submission to the MOGAI-Archive blog.[70]
  • Meaning: As defined by that anonymous submission to MOGAI-Archive in 2014, "When an individual’s gender changes with the seasons, equinoxes, and moon phases."[70]
  • Keywords: cycle, cyclic, lunar cycle, lunar phases, moon, nature, often changing (genderfluid), seasons, time
  • Demographics: In the Nonbinary/Genderqueer Survey 2016, one respondent.[12] In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, one respondent.[5]

Faesari

  • Name(s): Faesari
  • Origin: Submitted 2 January 2018 by SynHeart to the Beyond MOGAI Pride Flags blog.[71]
  • Meaning: "A gender identity where one feels most comfortable within the gender neutral spectrum, but still feels a strong attachment to femininity."
  • Keywords: femininity, feminine, gender neutral
  • Demographics: In the 2018 Worldwide Gender Census, one respondent.[28] In the 2020 Gender Census, four respondents.[3]

Femache

  • Name(s): Femache, machembre, femal, or macheme[72]
  • Origin: Femache was coined via beyond-mogai-pride-flags on October 1, 2018. The name is a combination of the Spanish/Portuguese words fêmea/fembra and macho but with an -e suffixed to make the word neutral.[73]
  • Meaning: "a non-binary gender in which one simultaneously experiences maleness or masculinity and femaleness or femininity."[72]
  • Keywords: femininity, feminine, masculinity, masculine, both binary genders
  • Demographics: In the 2020 Gender Census, two respondents.[3]

Fluidflux

  • Origin: Coined by two Tumblr users, trigenby and genderabbit, possibly in 2014, with the aim of combining genderfluid and genderflux.[74]
  • Meaning: A gender identity that changes over time and also varies in intensity.[75]
  • Keywords: genderless, often changing (genderfluid), often changing in intensity (genderflux)
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, nine respondents were fluidflux, two were genderfluidflux, and one was mascfluidflux.[5]

FTN

  • Name(s): FTN, which is short for female-to-neuter (or neutral, or neutrois) transsexual (or transgender).[76]
  • Origin:
  • Meaning:
  • Keywords: assigned female at birth (AFAB), assigned gender, transition
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, two respondents.[5]

FTX

  • Name(s): FTX, which is short for female-to-X. This covers people who were assigned female at birth, and who identify as nonbinary or X-gender.[77]
  • Origin:
  • Meaning:
  • Keywords: assigned female at birth (AFAB), assigned gender, transition
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, two respondents.[5]

G

Gender agnostic

  • Name(s): gender agnostic
  • Origin: This term was in use at least as early as 2014, when mathematician Vi Hart tweeted about identifying as gender agnostic.[78]
  • Meaning: Hart tweeted in 2014, "I consider myself gender agnostic. 'Person,' not 'Woman,' please. I respect your religion, but don't like having it pushed on me."[78] Hart released a video in 2015, "On Gender," about their lack of gender identity—including lacking genderqueer identities such as agender—and their attitude to gendered terms such as pronouns as a "linguistic game" that they were not interested in playing. They indicated that they have no preference and do not care which pronouns they are called by.[79]
  • Keywords: genderless, genders about things other than connection to female or male, opting out of the system of gender altogether, indifference
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, 9 respondents called themselves gender agnostic. One of these respondents explained they meant it in the sense described by Vi Hart.[5]

Gender-free

  • Origin:
  • Meaning: Having no gender identity. A synonym for agender and genderless.[80]
  • Keywords: genderless, neither female nor male, not female, not male
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, seven respondents said they were genderfree, gender-free, or gender free.[5]

Gendervoid

  • Name(s): Gendervoid
  • Origin: Coined by Tumblr user Baaphomett in 2014 by a submission to the MOGAI-archive blog.[20]
  • Meaning: "A gender consisting of the void (also/originally used to mean the same thing as genderless)."[20]
  • Keywords: no gender, void
  • Demographics: In the 2016 Nonbinary/Genderqueer Survey, 9 of the respondents (0.29%) called themselves gendervoid or another variation.[12] In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, 91 of the respondents (0.81%) called their gender "void," "voidgender," "gendervoid," or other variations.[5]

Genderwhat

  • Name(s): Genderwhat
  • Origin: Coined in 2014 by daedric-cisphobe by a submission to the MOGAI-Archive blog.[81]
  • Meaning: As defined by daedric-cisphobe, "A gender characterized by both confusion and apathy with regards to either a fluid or stable gender identity." Other identities that have similar descriptions to this: apagender, cassgender, and graygender.
  • Keywords: apathy, confusion, emotion, indescribable, indifference
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, one respondent said they were genderwhat.[5]

I

Ilyagender

  • Name(s): ilyagender. From the French grammatical construction il y a meaning “there exists” + gender, thus "there exists a gender." A short form of this identity's description in French: "il y a un genre, qui est tangible, et n’est pas homme ou femme ou neutre ou agenre en aucune façon, pas entre ces identités et pas une combinaison ou dérivation."[82][83]
  • Origin: Coined on December 30, 2014 by Cor (Tumblr user epochryphal).[82]
  • Meaning: As described by Cor, ilyagender means "having a tangible presence of gender, one which is not man, woman, neutral, or agender in any way, nor between or a combination or derivation. Related: aliagender, aporagender, maverique."[83]
  • Keywords: neither female nor male, not female, not genderless, not male, not neutral, other gender
  • Demographics: In the Nonbinary/Genderqueer Survey 2016, one respondent.[12] In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, four respondents.[5]

Intergender

  • Origin: During the 1990s, usenet newsgroups were informal public discussion groups on the Internet that were oriented around topics of interest, such as hobbies, fandoms, and LGBT issues. Starting sometime before 1998, the alt.support.intergendered newsgroup was created by an intergender and non-intersex person named Donna Lynn Matthews, together with other people who also called themselves intergender.[84]
  • Meaning: As Matthews defined it in 1998 or earlier, people who call themselves intergender may consider themselves a mix of both man and woman, or neither man nor woman. Matthews said intergender people are not necessarily intersex.[85] 16 years later, in 2014, one intersex intergender person named Aeshling (Tumblr usernames quietlyloud-intersex, indonintersex) began to post to the MOGAI-Archive blog, arguing that this word should be for the use of intersex people only. Otherwise Aeshling's definition of intergender stayed the same.[86]
  • Keywords: both female and male, female, genderless, male, mixture, neither female nor male, not female, not male
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, ten respondents.[5]

Isogender

  • Name(s): isogender
  • Origin:
  • Meaning: Neither cisgender nor transgender.[87][88] (Isogender is not to be confused with ipsogender, which is also neither cis nor trans. Ipsogender was coined by the intersex sociologist Dr. Cary Gabriel Costello in 2014 to name a uniquely intersex identity, an identity which some-- but not all-- intersex people can experience: identifying with a coercively medically assigned gender.[89] However, no respondents to the Gender Census have called themselves ipsogender, so it does not get an entry in this list.)
  • Keywords: not cisgender, not transgender
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, one respondent.[5]

J

Juxera

  • Origin: Coined 2014 by Tumblr user ren.[90][91]
  • Meaning: As ren described it, "a gender relative to female, but is something separate and entirely on its own." Intended for use as an adjective, not a noun.
  • Keywords: femme, nonbinary femme, not female
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, four respondents were juxera.[5]

L

Libragender

  • Origin: Coined by Tumblr user libragender by a submission to the MOGAI-Archive blog in 2014.[92]
  • Meaning: "Gender that is mostly agender [genderless], but has a strong connection to a different gender; a scale, where one side is agender and one side is male/female. The agender outweighs the male/female, but male/female is still there"
  • Keywords: genderless, partial gender (demigender)
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, a total of 19 respondents said they were libragender, librafeminine, libramasculine, librafluid, and other variations.[5]

Lunarian

  • Name(s): lunarian, so called because in many cultures, the Moon is associated with femininity.[93]
  • Origin: Created in 2016 by Tumblr user vergess.[94] In the 2019 Gender Census, around 0.2% of respondents identified with a galactian alignment.[95]
  • Meaning: The lunarian identity expresses a similarity with feminine genders, alignments, or experiences. It's a replacement for "feminine-aligned", "fem-aligned," or "female-aligned." [93] Lunarian is an identity from the galactian system, which is an alternative classification system for nonbinary people based on the alignment in relation to the binary genders. Instead of male-aligned and female-aligned, it uses concepts that are not related to the binarist system, such as the sun, the moon and the stars. It's worth noting that these words were not coined to describe genders, but a relation towards a binary gender - an alignment. For instance, an agender person may identify as lunarian because they have experiences in common with women, despite not being a woman themself.[94]
  • Keywords: feminine, femme, nonbinary femme
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, 18 respondents (0.16%) called themselves lunarian. Seven more (0.06%) called themselves by a word that was partly lunarian, such as stellunarian, sollunarian, solstelunarian. Together, this makes a total of 25 respondents (0.22%) who called their identity lunarian or partly lunarian.[5]

M

Magigender

  • Name(s): magigender
  • Origin:
  • Meaning: "Related to demigender, magigender means to identify as mostly one gender and slightly as another gender(s)".[96]
  • Keywords: often changing (genderfluid), partial gender (demigender)
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, no respondents, though one said they were magigenderfaun.[5] In the 2018 Gender Census, there was one respondent each for magigender, magigirl, and maginonbinary.[28] In the 2020 Gender Census, seven people were magiboy, four were magigirl, and there was one each of magienby, magiman, magigender, maginonbinary, and magiguy, making 16 total respondents having a magigender of some sort.[3]

Metagender

  • Origin: Musician/poet/filmmaker Phoebe Legere said in a 1999 interview that she was "metagender, metasexual, not a man or a woman."[97] The term was coined again in the 2000s by Rook Thomas Hine.[98] Independently coined again in 2014 by Tumblr users keyblademastercecilpalmer, agenderchrismclean, and lordmoriarty by submission to the MOGAI-Archive blog.
  • Meaning:
    • 2000s coining: "someone who identifies as neither male nor female, neither woman nor man, neither neuter nor feminine nor masculine. [...] A metagender is less of a 'both/and' combination, 'all of the above' or androgyne, and more of a 'wholly other' third/fourth/eighty-seventh category, or 'none of the above'."[99]
    • 2014 coining: "To identify around or beyond a gender. Where your gender identity is almost that gender, but not quite, and also extends beyond that. Imagine that —- is you, and | is the gender identity (and identifying fully with a gender is —-|), then metagender is —- | —-" For example, meta-boy, meta-girl, meta-nonbinary, and so on.[100]
  • Keywords: third gender, other gender, partial gender (demigender)
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, one respondent.[5]

Multigender

  • Origin:
  • Meaning: A multigender person has more than one gender identity. This can mean they have them at the same time, or that they often switch between them at different times.[101]
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, 0.20% (22) respondents called themselves multigender.[5]

N

Nanogender

  • Name(s): nanogender or nan0gender
  • Origin: Coined in 2014 or earlier.[1] Some people claim that it was created by transmedicalists and was then reclaimed by the Tumblr nonbinary community.[102][103]
  • Meaning: "Someone who is nan0gender feels that their gender is a very small part one gender, and mostly something else; e.g. a nan0girl would feel very slightly female but mostly not."[104]
  • Keywords: partial gender, multigender
  • Demographics:In the 2020 Worldwide Gender Census, four respondents were nanogirls, two were nanoboys, and one was a nan0boy.[3]

Nebulagender

  • Name(s): nebulagender
  • Origin: The term was in use by mid-2015 if not earlier.[105]
  • Meaning: Has been used with two different meanings:
    • A neurogender for neurodivergent people only. "The concept of gender doesnt always make clear sense, and its hard to tell subtle or not so subtle differences between genders" [106]
    • "a multigender/xenogender identity, nebulagender individuals have many interconnected xenogenders that collectively form a multifaceted, expansive, and beautiful gender experience. May have fully defined genders, like stars that are formed within a nebula, as well as diffuse, vague, and partly/completely unidentifiable gender feelings that exist in between, like cosmic dust."[107]
  • Demographics:In the 2020 Worldwide Gender Census, four respondents were nebulagender, including one who specified they meant the neurodivergent definition.[3]

Neuter

  • Origin: The word in English usage dates back to the 14th century neutre, used in the grammatical sense. The English language borrowed this word from Latin neuter meaning "neither one nor the other" (ne- "not, no" + uter "either (of two)"). This Latin word is likely taken in turn from the old Greek word oudeteros.[108]
  • Meaning: According to Merriam-Webster and other dictionaries, this old word can have several meanings when used in reference to a person. 1. A gender neither masculine nor feminine. Genderless. Gender neutral. An androgynous person. 2. Without sexual organs, or with incomplete sexual organs. In biology and zoology, this can mean animals that were artificially spayed, castrated, or otherwise sterilized, as well as animals who were born in that condition, such as worker bees, as well as plants without pistils and stamens.[109][110][111]
  • Keywords: centuries old, neutral
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, four respondents.[5]

Null gender

  • Origin:
  • Meaning: A person without a gender identity, or whose gender identity is not feminine and not masculine.[112] A synonym for genderless.
  • Keywords: genderless
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, two respondents.[5]

Nyctogender

  • Name(s): nyctogender
  • Origin: Coined by Tumblr user wynter-caelum by a submission to the MOGAI-Archive blog in 2014.[113]
  • Meaning: As defined in that submission to the MOGAI-Archive, "Where your gender is pure darkness."
  • Keywords: abstract, dark, genderless, light, spooky, symbols, not defined in relation to female or male (xenogender)
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, one respondent.[5]

O

Other gender

  • Origin:
  • Meaning: A gender other than male or female.[114]
  • Keywords: not female, not male
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, nine respondents called their gender "other," "other gender," "othergender," or "othergendered."[5]

P

Pangender

  • Name(s): pangender. From Greek πᾶν/pân "all, the whole."
  • Origin:
  • Keywords: many genders (multigender)
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, 19 respondents.[5]

Pendogender

Pendogender flag created by pastelmemer.[116][117]
  • Name(s): pendogender
  • Origin: Coined in 2014 by Tumblr user pastel-memer by submission to the MOGAI-Archive blog.[118]
  • Meaning: As originally described by pastel-memer, it means "never being satisfied with your gender or feeling settled no matter how well it fits due to self-doubt, causing one to compulsively search and seek out something that fits even better. Gender perfectionism. The 'gender' part can be replaced by the closest fitting gender at any time, i.e. pendojuxera or pendo-agender. For neurodivergent folks only, coined with people with anxiety disorders, OCD, and OCPD in mind."[118]
  • Keywords: anxiety, gender connected with mind or brain conditions (neurogender), genders about things other than connection to female or male, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder (OCPD), prefix, questioning
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Gender Census, one respondent.[5]


Prin*gender

  • Name(s): pringender, princessgender, princegender
  • Origin: Coined in 2017 or earlier.[119]
  • Meaning: "A soft but grandiose gender; The individual with this gender feels that their identity feels majestic, imposing and grand, but also prim, cute and ethereal", or a gender simply related to princes/princesses/prins.[120]
  • Keywords: royalty, majestic, xenogender
  • Demographics: In the 2020 Gender Census, two respondents were pringender and one was princegender.[3]

Proxvir

  • Name(s): proxvir
  • Origin: Coined in 2014 by Tumblr user ren.[90]
  • Meaning: "A gender relative to male, but is something separate and entirely on it’s own."[90] Ren coined this because he no longer identified with "demiboy," because of that word's focus on "boy," and the implication of a split/mixed gender. Intended as an adjective.[91]
  • Keywords: masculine, nonbinary, not male
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, nine respondents.[5] In the 2020 Gender Census, 22 respondents.[3]

Q

Quoigender

  • Name(s): quoigender. From French quoi "what" + gender.
  • Origin:
  • Meaning: Has various definitions including "someone who feels that gender identity and/or existing gender terms don't apply to them" and "someone whose relationship with gender is complicated".[citation needed]
  • Keywords: indescribable
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, 17 (0.15%) respondents.[5]

S

Salmacian

  • Name(s): salmacian
  • Meaning: As defined by Carter, "A term for male-to-intersex and female-to-intersex transsexuals." A reference to the myth of the deity Hermaphroditus and the nymph Salmacis.[121] Synonyms: bigenital, aphrodisian.[122][123] See also altersex.
  • Keywords: assigned female at birth (AFAB), assigned male at birth (AMAB), altersex, intersex, not intersex
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, two respondents.[5] In the 2020 Gender Census, one respondent.[3]

Scorpigender

The scorpigender pride flag, consisting of three stripes: black, dark red, and dark grey.
  • Name(s): scorpigender, scorpifluid
  • Origin: Coined in 2017 or earlier.
  • Meaning:
    • Scorpigender: "A gender that is a mystery, and very difficult to understand. Lots of labels vaguely fit it, but almost none can fully describe it."[124]
    • Scorpifluid: "A gender fluid between unknown genders."[124]
  • Keywords: unknown, mysterious, genderfluid, indescribable, questioning
  • Demographics: In the 2020 Gender Census, one respondent was scorpifluid.[3]

Sekhet

Writings from ancient Egypt (Middle Kingdom, 2000-1800 BCE) said there were three genders of humans: male (tie), sekhet (sht), and female (hemet), in that order. Sekhet is usually translated as "eunuch," but that's probably an oversimplification of what this gender category means. Since it was given that level of importance, it could potentially be an entire category of gender/sex variance that doesn't fit into male or female. The hieroglyphs for sekhet include a sitting figure that usually mean a man, but the word doesn't include hieroglyphs that refer to genitals in any way. The word for male did include a hieroglyph explicitly showing a penis. At the very least, sekhet is likely to mean cisgender gay men, in the sense of not having children, and not necessarily someone who was castrated. Archaeologists question whether ancient Egyptians castrated humans, because the evidence for it is lacking.[125][126][127][128] Why this is poorly attested: We need demographic information showing that any people identify as this today.

Stargender

  • Name(s): stargender
  • Origin: Coined in January 2014 by a person named Mars (Tumblr user nbqt). Se described stargender as follows:
« Lately I’ve experiencing a new gender that isn’t male or female! I don’t believe it is agender, since it certainly is a gender! It’s like, very neutral on the “spectrum” of gender, but I don’t feel like it’s androgyny either.

The reason I call it star gender is uh, because when I was mulling on it one day I somehow started thinking about alien/nonhuman genders and how it was really unknown to people currently, and I ended up reasoning maybe it was the same genders stars could experience? (sorry that sounds super silly uh)

I don’t believe it’s androgyny because it??? doesn’t really feel like a middle between masculine and feminine?? like it seems??? Beyond That? Like it is potentially neutral but encompassing both masculine and feminine at the same time, if that makes any sense?[129]

»
  • Meaning: Has several meanings. A: "a person whose gender is otherworldly and beyond comprehension using earthly terms", B. "a person whose gender cannot be defined no matter how many other terms are created", C. "a person whose gender is that of a star".[130][131]
  • Keywords: indescribable, nature, unnameable, not defined in relation to female or male (xenogender)
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, seven respondents called themselves stargender.[5] In the 2020 Gender Census, 14 respondents were stargender and one was starfluid.[3]

Staticgender

  • Name(s): Staticgender.
  • Origin:
  • Meaning: "A gender which can best be described as TV static; fuzzy and incomprehensible."[132]
  • Keywords: unknown, unknowable, television static, xenogender
  • Demographics: In the 2020 Gender Census, one respondent was staticgender.[3]

Systemfluid

  • Name(s): systemfluid, system fluid, system-fluid
  • Origin:
  • Meaning: "When your system's collective gender changes depending on who's fronting, for systems and plural folk."[133]
  • Keywords: multiplicity, multiple systems, headmates, alters, DID
  • Demographics: In the 2020 Gender Census, six respondents were systemfluid.[3] In the 2021 Gender Census, 25 respondents were systemfluid/system fluid.[10]

Various flags for systemfluid can be seen in Category: Systemgender and Systemfluid pride flags.

Systemgender

A systemgender flag designed by almighty-hail and Tikva.
  • Name(s): systemgender, system gender, system-gender
  • Origin:
  • Meaning: "A gender which is defined as a sum of all the genders within a multiple or median system."[134]
  • Keywords: multiplicity, multiple systems, headmates, alters, DID
  • Demographics: In the 2020 Gender Census, four respondents were systemgender.[3] In the 2021 Gender Census, 16 respondents were systemgender/system gender/system-gender.[10]

T

Trigender

  • Origin: People called themselves trigender before 1999.[135][136]
  • Meaning: Trigender people experience three genders, either at the same time, or moving between the three at different times.[135][136][137]
  • Keywords: many genders, often changing (genderfluid), three genders
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, 14 respondents called themselves trigender.[5] In the 2020 Gender Census, 24 respondents were trigender, one was trigenderfluid, and one said they were "maybe" trigender.[3]

U

Unisex

  • Name(s): unisex
  • Origin: The word dates back to 1968.[138]
  • Meaning: "sexually indistinguishable or neutral"[138]
  • Keywords: gender neutral
  • Demographics: In the 2020 Gender Census, two respondents called themselves unisex.[3]

V

Virgender

Virgender flag created by pridearchive.[139] The meaning of the flag colors are: Red: To symbolise the stress/difficulty in having a gender, White: An amalgamation of all genders Black: Genderlessness. The red stripes lighten as one goes down the flag to symbolise how one’s stress is causing their gender to get weaker and weaker until it goes to white and the individual is relieved of the stress of keeping up with one’s gender. The white transitions to grey and then to black to symbolise the complete lack of gender.
  • Name(s): Virgender
  • Origin: Coined by Tumblr user stevenuniversequartz.[139]
  • Meaning: A gender identity that is practically and particularly genderless. This usually happens when it is too stressful or difficult to have a gender. A gender identity that feels weakened by stress, to the point where one is nearly genderless. The prefix comes from the constellation Virgo, the maiden.[citation needed]
  • Keywords: emotions, genderless, stress

Demographics: In the 2019 Gender Census, two respondents were virgender.[5]

X

Xenogender

  • Origin: From xeno alien + "gender." Coined in 2014 by Tumblr user Baaphomett, in a submission to the MOGAI-Archive blog.[20]
  • Meaning: "A gender that cannot be contained by human understandings of gender; more concerned with crafting other methods of gender categorization and hierarchy such as those relating to animals, plants, or other creatures/things."[20] An umbrella term for many nonbinary gender identities defined in reference to very different ideas than female or male.
  • Keywords: external, alien
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, 40 of the respondents (0.35%) called themselves "xenogender." Far more called themselves by specific genders that could be seen as under the xenogender umbrella, though that is hard to quantify or differentiate.[5]

Xirl

  • Name(s): xirl
  • Origin:
  • Meaning: "Someone who identifies in some way as a nonbinary girl or nonbinary girl-adjacent. Someone who identifies with some part of woman/girlhood but who wants a more nonbinary and neutral sounding word because they aren't entirely girls or don't want to be associated with the typical ideas brought up by the word 'girl.'"[140]
  • Keywords: femme, nonbinary woman
  • Demographics: In the 2019 Worldwide Gender Census, two respondents.[5]

Xoy

  • Name(s): Xoy
  • Origin:
  • Meaning: "Someone who identifies in some way as a nonbinary boy or nonbinary boy-adjacent. Someone who identifies with some part of manhood/boyhood but who wants a more nonbinary and neutral sounding word because they aren't entirely boys or don't want to be associated with the typical ideas brought up by the word 'boy.'"[141]
  • Keywords: nonbinary man, nonbinary boy
  • Demographics: In the 2018 Worldwide Gender Census, two respondents included "xoy" in their identity words.[28]

See also

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