Notable nonbinary people

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Notable nonbinary people include celebrities, activists, and historical figures who identify outside of the gender binary, regardless of whether they have used the word "nonbinary" for themselves. There are many more nonbinary people in the world who aren't famous, but these are a few of those individuals that are well-known to some degree. Sorted alphabetically by surname, with a fair use or creative commons photo if possible.

Olly Alexander[edit | edit source]

Olly Alexander is the lead singer and songwriter for electropop band Years and Years.

Olly Alexander
  • Born: July 15, 1990 (age 29)
  • Nationality: English
  • Pronouns: he, him (assumed; source needed)
  • Gender: Nonbinary. Alexander said, "I feel very nonbinary, and you know, I identify as gay and queer and nonbinary[...]"[1]
  • Profession: singer, songwriter, actor, and activist.
  • Wikipedia entry

Justin Vivian Bond[edit | edit source]

Justin Vivian Bond

Justin Vivian Bond is a Tony-nominated (2007) performer who has received GLAAD (2000), Obie (2001), Bessie (2004), Ethyl (2007), and a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grants to Artists (2012) awards.

  • Born: May 9, 1963 (age 56)
  • Nationality: USA
  • Pronouns: v, v's. A 2011 interview in The Guardian explained, "Bond is transgender and has adopted Vivian as a middle name and the pronoun 'v'. This is a means of rejecting the gender binary. Bond's website sets it all out: 'If I see or hear the words he or she, her or him, hers or his, in reference to me, I will take it either as a personal insult, a weak mind (easily forgivable), or (worst-case scenario) sloppy journalism.'[2]
  • Gender: Bond said, "for me to claim to be either a man or a woman, feels like a lie. My identity falls somewhere in the middle and is constantly shifting."[3] V's transition included estrogen therapy in order to appear more feminine,[4] choosing not to get a lower surgery.[5], and adopting the middle name of "Vivian."[4]
  • Profession: singer-songwriter, author, painter, performance artist, actor, and cabaret performer. Most famous for v's cabaret character Kiki DuRane.
  • Nonbinary Wiki entry / Wikipedia entry

Kate Bornstein[edit | edit source]

Kate Bornstein.

Kate Bornstein is an influential writer on gender theory, publishing books on the subject from the 1990s to the present.

  • Born: March 15, 1948 (age 71)
  • Nationality: USA
  • Pronouns: they/them or she/her[6]
  • Gender: Nonbinary. Currently (as of 2019), Bornstein's site says they identify as nonbinary.[7] Bornstein has said, "I don't call myself a woman, and I know I'm not a man." Their transition included gender affirmation surgery.[8]
  • Profession: author, playwright, performance artist, and gender theorist
  • Nonbinary Wiki entry Wikipedia entry / Kate's Blog

Claude Cahun[edit | edit source]

Claude Cahun.

Claude Cahun was a surrealist artist whose works encompassed writing, photography, and theatre. Cahun is most remembered for highly staged self-portraits and tableaux. Cahun and their life partner Marcel Moore were both Jewish, both had adopted these gender-neutral names, and they both often collaborated together in their art. In WWII, the couple engaged in resistance work and activism against the Nazis during the German occupation of France. The couple dressed up and attended many German military events in Jersey, strategically placing anti-Nazi fliers in soldier's pockets, on their chairs, and in cigarette boxes for soldiers to find. In 1944, Cahun and Moore were arrested by the Nazis and sentenced to death, but the sentence was never carried out as the island was liberated from German occupation in 1945.[9]

  • Born: 1894, died 1954 (aged 60)
  • Nationality: France
  • Pronouns: source needed
  • Gender: neuter. In their autobiography, Disavowals, they explained, “Masculine? Feminine? It depends on the situation. Neuter is the only gender that always suits me.”[10]
  • Profession: surrealist artist

Jonathan Rachel Clynch[edit | edit source]

Jonathan Rachel Clynch is a well-known journalist in Ireland.

  • Born: 1971 (age 48)
  • Nationality: Ireland
  • Pronouns: he (assumed; source needed)
  • Gender: genderfluid. "One of Irish broadcaster RTE’s best-known journalists just [in 2015] came out as 'gender fluid,' and the response so far seems wholly positive. ... The 44-year-old, who has yet to make a public statement, told his bosses that he wishes to now be known as Jonathan Rachel and would sometimes dress as a female. ... Clynch has worked with RTE for 16 years, often filling in on Radio One’s flagship 'News at One.' ... 'He has been open about it for a while now and his friends and family were all aware of his situation. He is going through a process at the moment and will speak about it in his own time and he hopes everyone will be respectful of that.'"[11]
  • Profession: broadcast journalist

Ivan E. Coyote[edit | edit source]

Ivan Coyote in 2017.

Ivan E. Coyote is a writer who has made significant contributions to the representation of queerness in Canadian literature. They have won the the ReLit Award for Best Fiction (2007), and the Stonewall Honor Book Award (2017).

Miley Cyrus[edit | edit source]

Miley Cyrus at 38th People's Choice Awards

Miley Cyrus is a top-charting singer, songwriter, and actor who was included on the annual Time 100 list of the most influential people in both 2008 and 2014.

  • Born: 23 November 1992 (age 27)
  • Nationality: USA
  • Pronouns: No preference expressed; journalists assume "she/her", possibly "she" on account of the 2019 album "She Is Miley Cyrus"
  • Gender: In a 2015 interview, Miley explained, “I didn’t want to be a boy, ... I kind of wanted to be nothing. I don’t relate to what people would say defines a girl or a boy, and I think that’s what I had to understand: Being a girl isn’t what I hate, it’s the box that I get put into.”[13]
  • Profession: Singer, songwriter, actor, activist for animal rights and LGBT rights
  • Wikipedia entry

Sam de Leve[edit | edit source]

Sam de Leve plays non-binary characters for the Geek & Sundry [3] and Saving Throw multimedia networks. They are also a dancer [4] and writer [5].

  • Nationality: USA
  • Pronouns: they/them[14]
  • Gender: nonbinary (source needed)
  • Profession: Actor, dancer, writer
  • IMDb

Rain Dove[edit | edit source]

Rain Dove uses their naturally androgynous look to model for both men's and women's lines of clothing.

Dorian Electra[edit | edit source]

Dorian Electra performing in 2018.

Dorian Electra is an American singer, songwriter, video and performance artist.

  • Born: June 25, 1992 (age 27)
  • Nationality: USA
  • Pronouns: They/them (source needed)
  • Gender: genderfluid. "Styling is so important to me as a genderfluid person, to be able to say “I’m a very flaming flammable guy”... it’s just very satisfying, ’cause that’s how I see myself, but I know it’s not necessarily how other people see me – they still call me ‘ma’am’ and stuff like that."[16]
  • Profession: singer, songwriter
  • Their Wikipedia entry Their official site

Public Universal Friend[edit | edit source]

A portrait of the Public Universal Friend, from the Friend's biography written by David Hudson in 1821.

The Public Universal Friend was a genderless evangelist who preached in the early eastern United States. The Public Universal Friend's theology was broadly similar to that of orthodox Quakers, attracting many followers who became the Society of Universal Friends. The Friend persuaded followers who owned slaves to free them. The followers of the Society included people who were black, and many unmarried women who took on prominent roles in their communities which were usually reserved for men.

  • Born: November 29, 1752, died July 1, 1819 (age 66)
  • Nationality: United States
  • Pronouns: No pronouns. The Friend asked not to be referred to with gendered pronouns. Followers respected these wishes, avoiding gender-specific pronouns even in private diaries, and referring only to "the Public Universal Friend" or short forms such as "the Friend" or "P.U.F."[17]
  • Gender: genderless. The Friend's transition started with a religious vision as part of a near-death experience at age 26, followed by a name change to the Public Universal Friend,[18] asking that others use no pronouns for this person, and wearing androgynous clothing.[19]
  • Profession: Preacher
  • Nonbinary Wiki entry Wikipedia entry

Eddie Izzard[edit | edit source]

Eddie Izzard

Eddie Izzard is a stand-up comedian, who has won numerous awards, including a Primetime Emmy Award.

  • Born: 7 February 1962 (age 57)
  • Nationality: English
  • Pronouns: he/him (source needed)
  • Gender: Eddie Izzard identifies primarily as a transvestite but also uses the word transgender and has stated "I am 100% boy, plus extra girl."[20]
  • Profession: Stand up comedian, actor, writer
  • Wikipedia entry

Elly Jackson[edit | edit source]

Elly Jackson of La Roux performing on 11 September 2010
  • Born: 12th March 1988 (age 31)
  • Nationality: English
  • Pronouns: She/her (source needed)
  • Gender: "I don't feel like I'm female or male."[21]
  • Profession: Singer-songwriter and the lead singer of the electropop duo La Roux.
  • Wikipedia entry

Jennie June[edit | edit source]

Jennie June was a Victorian and Edwardian era writer and activist for the rights of people who didn't conform to gender and sexual norms. She published her first autobiography, The Autobiography of an Androgyne in 1918, and her second The Female-Impersonators in 1922. She also wrote an unpublished third autobiography in 1921, which was discovered in 2010. Her goal in writing her books were to help create an accepting environment for young adults who don't conform to gender and sexual norms, because that was what she would have wanted for herself, and she wanted to prevent youth from committing suicide.[22] June had formed the Cercle Hermaphroditos in 1895, along with other androgynes who frequented Paresis Hall in New York City. The organization was formed in the hopes "to unite for defense against the world's bitter persecution," and to show that it was natural to be gender and sex variant.[23]

  • Born: 1874
  • Nationality: USA
  • Pronouns: she/her (source needed)
  • Gender: androgyne. Jennie June self-identified as a "fairie", "androgyne", "effeminate man", and an "invert", which were contemporary terms for gender and sexual variance. Her transition included changing her full name to Jennie June, and choosing to be castrated, in order to reduce facial hair and sexual desires that disturbed her.
  • Profession: scholar, autobiographer, activist
  • Nonbinary Wiki article Wikipedia entry

Jinkx Monsoon[edit | edit source]

Jinkx Monsoon at the DC Capital Pride street festival in 2013.

Jinkx Monsoon is an American drag performer, actor, comedian and singer best known for winning the fifth season of RuPaul's Drag Race.

  • Born: September 18, 1987 (age 32)
  • Nationality: American
  • Pronouns: They/them, she/her while in drag (sources needed)
  • Gender: genderless. In a Facebook post about transphobia and the drag scene, Monsoon stated "I, myself do not identify as cis-gendered. I am genderless."[24]
  • Profession: Actor, singer and winner of RuPaul's Drag Race season 5
  • Wikipedia entry Official website

Richard O'Brien[edit | edit source]

Richard O'Brien

Richard O'Brien wrote the musical stage show The Rocky Horror Show in 1973, which became an international success and has remained in continuous production. He also co-wrote the screenplay of the film adaptation The Rocky Horror Picture Show, released in 1975, appearing in the film as Riff Raff.

  • Born: 25 March 1942 (age 77)
  • Nationality: Britain; New Zealand
  • Pronouns: He/his
  • Gender: In a 2009 interview O'Brien spoke about an ongoing struggle to reconcile cultural gender roles and self-described as being transgender or possible third sex. O'Brien stated, "There is a continuum between male and female. Some are hard-wired one way or another, I’m in between."[25] O'Brien expounded on this in a 2013 interview which covered using oestrogen for the previous decade, and identifying as 70% male 30% female.[26]
  • Profession: Writer, actor, television presenter and theatre performer. O'Brien is known for writing the cult musical The Rocky Horror Show and for presenting the popular TV show The Crystal Maze.
  • Nonbinary Wiki entry / Wikipedia entry

Tom Phelan[edit | edit source]

Tom Phelan playing Cole in The Fosters

Tom Phelan is a television actor.

  • Born: 1997 (Age 22)
  • Nationality: American
  • Pronouns: He/him [citation needed]
  • Gender: nonbinary. Phelan plays a binary-trans teen on TV but identifies as non-binary themself.[27]
  • Profession: Actor; noted for playing transgender teen Cole on ABC's The Fosters
  • Tumblr / IMDB

Genesis Breyer P-Orridge[edit | edit source]

Genesis Breyer P-Orridge

After marrying Lady Jaye Breyer P-Orridge in 1993, Genesis and Lady Jaye began "project Pandrogeny" to become Breyer P-Orridge, an entity described as an "amalgam" of their two selves. Genesis Breyer P-Orridge continued this project after the death of Lady Jaye in 2007.

  • Born: 22 February 1950 (age 69)
  • Nationality: British
  • Pronouns: s/he, h/er
  • Profession: singer-songwriter, musician, poet, writer, occultist and performance artist
  • Wikipedia entry h/er own website

Amy Ray[edit | edit source]

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Amy Elizabeth Ray is an American singer-songwriter and member of the contemporary folk duo Indigo Girls. She also pursues a solo career and has released six albums under her own name, and founded a record company, Daemon Records.

  • Born: April 12, 1964 (age 55)
  • Nationality: USA
  • Gender: Speaking about her own gender identity to thegavoice.com, she said, "I am half and half and whatever you call me is fine,” she says. “I work every day to be comfortable in my body and in rare transcendent moments, I am, but it’s the job of my lifetime to appreciate my physicality and always project what is inside me so I can celebrate this life I’ve been given."
  • Profession: singer-songwriter

Raeen Roes (Angel Haze)[edit | edit source]

Angel Haze live at Øyafestivalen 2013

Raeen Roes is a well known rapper under their stage name Angel Haze. They have been nominated for awards with MTV, O Music Awards, BET Awards, and GLAAD Music Awards.

Ruby Rose[edit | edit source]

Ruby Rose

Ruby Rose is an actor who has won the ASTRA Awards, GQ Australia, GLAAD Media Awards, and the Australian LGBTI Awards.

  • Born: March 20, 1986 (age 33)
  • Nationality: Australian
  • Pronouns: She/her [6]
  • Gender: "On 22 July 2014, Rose came out as genderfluid, saying, "I am very gender fluid and feel more like I wake up every day sort of gender neutral.". This announcement came approximately a week after she released a short film called "Break Free," in which she visually transitions from a very feminine woman to a heavily tattooed man."[7]
  • Profession: Model, actress, musician, and television presenter.

JD Samson[edit | edit source]

JD Samson

JD Samson is a musician with the bands Le Tigre and MEN.

  • Born: 4 August 1978 (age 41)
  • Nationality: American
  • Pronouns: She/her[30]
  • Gender: genderqueer and a gender outlaw. "I do mostly go by she and her and I consider myself a woman in most senses of the word. I sometimes consider myself part of the trans community and I don't mind at all when people call me he if that's how they see me.[30]
  • Profession: Musician
  • Nonbinary Wiki entry / Wikipedia entry

Sam Smith[edit | edit source]

Sam Smith

Sam Smith is a top-charting singer and songwriter.

  • Born: 19 May 1992 (age 27)
  • Nationality: UK
  • Pronouns: They/them[31]
  • Gender: "When asked if he feels like a cisgender man, they replied: ‘No. I mean, I’ve got these tattoos on my fingers.’ They pointed to small tattoos of the gender symbols and smiled: ‘I don’t know what the title would be but I feel just as much woman as I am man.’"[32]
  • Profession: Singer-songwriter
  • Nonbinary Wiki entry / Wikipedia entry

Rae Spoon[edit | edit source]

Rae Spoon.

Rae Spoon is a Canadian musician and writer who was awarded an Honour of Distinction from the Dayne Ogilvie Prize for LGBT writers in 2014.

  • Nationality: Canadian
  • Pronouns: They/their. After a decade of living as a trans man,[33] Spoon noted a preference for the pronoun "they" in 2012 during an interview with cartoonist Elisha Lim, a fellow advocate for the gender-neutral pronoun.[34] They explained to Now Magazine, "after years of fighting to be called 'he,' the idea of coming out again made me tired. But now I feel kind of rejuvenated, ready to fight on some more. I think the 'they' pronoun is a pretty cool thing. It's letting a lot of people not have to identify as a man or a woman. Whatever it means to them."[35]
  • Gender:
  • Profession: Singer-songwriter
  • Wikipedia entry

Amandla Stenberg[edit | edit source]

Amandla Stenberg is a singer and actor who has won the BET Awards for YoungStar Award.

  • Born: October 23, 1998 (age 21)
  • Nationality: American
  • Pronouns: They/them or she/her. In an exchange on Tumblr.com about having conflicted thoughts about preferred pronouns, Stenberg wrote "Damn you right. They/them it is."[36] As of June 2016, Stenberg's Tumblr profile reads "17 / non-binary / she/her or they/them / bisexual".
  • Gender: nonbinary. Writing about organising a workshop, Hunger Games actor Amandla Stenberg wrote, "Basically, we’re trying to understand the duality of being a non-binary person and a feminist. How do you claim a movement for women when you don’t always feel like one?"[37][38].
  • Profession: Actor
  • Personal Tumblr
  • Wikipedia entry

Kieran Strange[edit | edit source]

Rebecca Sugar[edit | edit source]

Rebecca Sugar is a writer, songwriter, and artist whose work on the cartoon series Adventure Time and Steven Universe has earned her six Primetime Emmy Award nominations.

  • Born: July 9, 1987 (age 32)
  • Nationality: American
  • Pronouns: She/her or they/them[41]
  • Gender: nonbinary woman. Rebecca Sugar, the creator of Cartoon Network show Steven Universe has said of its characters: "They wouldn’t think of themselves as women, but they’re fine with being interpreted that way amongst humans. And I am also a non-binary woman which is been really great to express myself through these characters because it’s very much how I have felt throughout my life."[42]
  • Profession: Animator, director, screenwriter, producer, songwriter
  • Wikipedia Entry

Eliot Sumner[edit | edit source]

Eliot Sumner performing at the Milkboy Cafe Phila PA in 2015.

Musician Eliot Sumner, Sting's child.

  • Born: July 30, 1990 (age 29)
  • Pronouns: not stated
  • Gender: "Asked if she had come out to her friends and family, she [Eliot Sumner] said that she hadn’t because 'no one had ever asked'. 'They knew already,' she added. 'So I didn’t need to. I’ve never come out to anyone. My friends always knew and I always knew'. [...] She said she did not believe in gender “labels” and preferred to dress down, shunning the glamour attached to some singers. Asked whether she identified with a particular gender, she replied 'no', saying she defined herself simply as a 'musician'. 'I don’t believe in any specifications,' she said."[43] (Note that this article uses "she" pronouns for Sumner, but Sumner's pronoun preference hasn't been stated.)[44]
  • Profession: musician
  • Personal website

Tilda Swinton[edit | edit source]

Swinton at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival

Tilda Swinton has won numerous awards for her career as an actor, including an Academy Award, the BAFTA Scotland Award, the Volpi Cup, the European Film Award, and the Richard Harris Award.

  • Born: 5 November 1960 (age 59)
  • Nationality: British
  • Pronouns: She/her (assumed; source needed)
  • Gender: "I don’t know if I could ever really say that I was a girl – I was kind of a boy for a long time. I don’t know, who knows? It changes."[45]
  • Profession: Actor; noted in the nonbinary community for her work in Orlando and as genderless angel Gabriel in Constantine.
  • Nonbinary Wiki entry / Wikipedia entry

Pete Townshend[edit | edit source]

Pete Townshend during a book signing in Toronto.

Pete Townshend is best known as the guitarist, backing and secondary lead vocalist, principal songwriter, co-founder and leader of the rock band The Who. His career with the Who spans over 50 years, during which time the band grew to be one of the most important and influential rock bands of the 20th century.

  • Born: 19 May 1945 (age 74)
  • Nationality: British
  • Pronouns: He/his (assumed; citation needed)
  • Gender: "I know how it feels to be a woman because I am a woman," Townshend said in an interview with White that ran on White's radio show in September 1989. "And I won't be classified as just a man."[46]
  • Profession: Guitarist in The Who.
  • Nonbinary Wiki entry / Wikipedia entry

Steven Tyler[edit | edit source]

Steven Tyler

Steven Tyler is best known as the lead singer of the Boston-based rock band Aerosmith. Tyler is included among Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Singers. He was ranked third on Hit Parader's Top 100 Metal Vocalists of All Time. In 2001, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with Aerosmith and in 2013, Tyler and his songwriting partner Joe Perry received the ASCAP Founders Award and were inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

  • Born: March 26, 1948 (age 71)
  • Nationality: USA
  • Pronouns: He/his (assumed; citation needed)
  • Gender: "I've been misquoted as saying that I'm more female than male. Let me set the record straight -- it's more half and half, and I love the fact that my feelings are akin to puella eternis (Latin for 'the eternal girl')."[47]
  • Profession: Musician; frontman of Aerosmith
  • Nonbinary Wiki entry / Wikipedia entry

Gerard Way[edit | edit source]

Gerard Way

Gerard Way is best known as the lead vocalist and co-founder of the rock band My Chemical Romance. He also wrote the Eisner Award-winning comic book series The Umbrella Academy.

  • Born: April 9, 1977 (age 42)
  • Nationality: USA
  • Pronouns: he/him or they/them [48]
  • Gender: "I have always identified a fair amount with the female gender..... Masculinity to me has always made me feel like it wasn't right for me.""[49]
  • Profession: Musician, former lead singer of My Chemical Romance
  • Wikipedia entry

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  1. Years & Years: Inspiring - #PlessPlayForPride Spotify, June 7 2016
  2. https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2011/jun/28/justin-bond?CMP=twt_gu
  3. Mark Holgate. "Justin Bond Talks Cher, Joan Didion, and his All-Time Favorite Shoes with Pierre Hardy." Vogue 2011-04-05. http://www.vogue.com/870070/justin-bond-talks-cher-joan-didion-and-his-all-time-favorite-shoes-with-pierre-hardy
  4. 4.0 4.1 JD Ordonez. "The Singer's Name Is Mx. Justin Vivian Bond, And V Is Trans." Queerty. January 3, 2011. http://www.queerty.com/the-singers-name-is-mx-justin-vivian-bond-and-v-is-trans-20110103
  5. Mike Albo. "The Official Justin Bond." Out (magazine). April 11, 2011. http://www.out.com/detail.asp?page=2&id=30031
  6. Czyzselska, Jane (February 2016). "CALL ME Kate". Diva: 54.
  7. Retrieved November 11, 2019. http://katebornstein.com
  8. Kate Bornstein. A Queer and Pleasant Danger: A Memoir. Beacon Press. 2012. https://books.google.com/?id=nDA8Hvr1jzkC&dq=kate+Bornstein+biography
  9. Andersen, Corinne (2005). "Que me veux-tu?/ What do you want of me?: Claude Cahun's Autoportraits and the Process of Gender Identification". Women in French Studies. 13: 37–50 – via Project MUSE.
  10. Cahun, Claude (2008). Disavowals : or cancelled confessions. The MIT Press. ISBN 9780262533034. OCLC 922878515.
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  13. Exclusive: Miley Cyrus Launches Anti-Homelessness, Pro-LGBT ‘Happy Hippie Foundation’, out.com, May 5, 2015
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  37. hi folks, @dazedfields and I are organizing a workshop on feminism, amandla.tumblr.com, March 2, 2016
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  39. [2], August 12, 2016
  40. "Tear Down The Wall" music video released, watchtheswitch.tumblr.com, June 17, 2014
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