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  • In Rhiannon Collett's play Wasp, the protagonist Wasp is genderqueer.[1]
  • In Ann Roberts' young adult book In The Silences, the protagonist Kaz describes themself as nonbinary and genderqueer.[2]
  • Creators of the webcomic Mahou Shonen FIGHT! have "confirmed that Raji and Raji's fiancé both identify as gender queer and non-conforming".[3]
  • Whirlwind, by Reese Morrison, is a collection of interconnected short romance/sex stories. One of the main characters, Carla, describes himself as genderqueer and masculine-of-center.[4]
  1. "Wasp". Marquis Literary. Retrieved 9 May 2020.
  2. Roberts, Ann (2019). In the Silences. Bella Books. ISBN 9781642471267.
  3. Hatfield, N. K. (2015). TRANSforming Spaces: Transgender Webcomics as a Model for Transgender Empowerment and Representation within Library and Archive Spaces. Queer Cats Journal of LGBTQ Studies, 1(1). Page 64. Retrieved from
  4. Morrison, Reese (2020). Whirlwind (Kindle ed.).