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Under the binary model, gender is seen as a rigid binary option, like one or zero. There may be no more than two genders; there are no 'shades of grey' between the two, one may only be one or other option, not both, neither or something between the two.
 
Individuals whose gender is something other than man or woman, masculine or feminine, do not fit within this gender binary and may identify as [[Non-Binary|non-binary]], [[Genderqueer|genderqueer]] or [[Transgender|transgender]]. The gender binary makes problems for non-binary people in the forms of oppression and discrimination such as [[Binarism|binarism]] and [[Non-Binary Erasure|non-binary erasure]].
 
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