Translations:History of nonbinary gender/71/en

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  • The Supreme Court of India ruled in favor of rights and legal recognition of "Indians who identify as neither male nor female, or those who identify as transgender women, known as hijra."[1]
  • The social networking site Facebook began to let users to choose from 50 gender options.
  • The transgender community on the social networking site Tumblr created hundreds of nounself pronouns.
  • More than 47,000 people sign a petition asking for USA federal recognition of nonbinary genders.[2]
  1. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named AdvocateIndia
  2. Molloy, Parker Marie (20 March 2014). "More Than 47,000 Petition White House to Recognize Nonbinary Genders". The Advocate. Retrieved 10 March 2021.