Hello, the subheadings listing things like Agender and Multigender are not all appearing in the sitemap at the top of the page. I am not sure how to fix that and maintain the bulleting, but if someone knew how to do that, it would be great.
- @Niki Skylark: I guess you mean the list in the Nonbinary identities section? The table of contents is generated automatically when there are more than 4 headings in an article. However, list items don't count as a heading, so they don't appear in the table of contents. By the way, remember to sign your comments with
--~~~~! :) --NeoMahler (talk) 07:39, 19 May 2017 (UTC)
Nonbinary or non-binary?[edit source]
Hello. :) So nonbinary redirects to Non-Binary (capitalisation is wrong for a wiki, I think, because non-binary doesn't work), and on this page the spelling is a little inconsistent. How have we decided that the correct spelling is "non-binary"? If this page is going to stay spelled with a hyphen, it should be moved to non-binary. --Cassolotl (talk) 09:12, 5 March 2017 (UTC)
- Cassolotl: hi! I'm not sure if English has rules for compound words and hypens, in Catalan we say no-binari, with a hypen. Wikipedia spells it non-binary, and reddit nonbinary. So I'm not sure. For the moment I'm moving the page to non-binary. --NeoMahler (talk) 10:13, 5 March 2017 (UTC)
NB and attracted to cishets[edit source]
Some NBs are androgynous. Androgynous and not simply a female who is a tomboy or male who is "feminine." NBs can also be heterosexual, and attracted most exclusively to cishets. Not all NBs consider themselves Trans, either, though some are Trans. I'm just clarifying. After all, I exist this way. 2601:98A:400:82F8:1583:2E7F:7B48:80E0 06:11, 23 October 2018 (UTC)