Nonbinary gender outside of the transgender community
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- Intersex support groups and activist organisations
- Radical faeries
- Transvestite and crossdresser communities (those not following mainstream transgender narratives of gender identity and dysphoria)
- The eunuch and castration communities
- Extreme body modification
- Kink and fetish communities
- Drag and cabaret performer communities
- Empowered multiplicity/plurality/median/mid-continuum
- Female bodybuilders (Speculative. Cited as gender transgressive in Feinberg's Trans Liberation)
Communities and subcultures that are reported to be accepting of nonbinary people (in addition to the above) include:
- The queer community
- The pansexual community
- The bisexual community
- The asexual community
- The Furry community
- Artist communities, particularly performance art
- Goth and similar subcultures
- Certain parts of the pagan community
- Certain parts of literary science fiction fandom
- Left-wing and anarchist groups and organizations.
- Some feminist groups
- People and places relating to being a student, especially student unions
- Some parts of the Western Vocaloid fandom
References[edit | edit source]
- Shrike, Joe (2017). Furry Nation: The True Story of America's Most Misunderstood Subculture.
And for many furs, Furry is more than a community—it's a family, a welcoming place for people whose furriness (or their autism, or their gender fluidity) made them outcasts among their peers.