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Bigender Multigender Gender expansive Nonbinary Genderqueer Neutral Androgynous

Bigender Multigender Gender expansive Nonbinary Genderqueer Neutral Neutrois Androgynous

http://www.npr.org/player/embed/384104070/384134300
http://www.npr.org/2015/02/06/384104070/paiges-story

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Gender neutral/queer They

Cisgender people identifying as non-binary and insisting on being called “they”.
None of my business.
posted 6/3/2015


Do you think there is a difference between I (intersex) and Q (queer), as in that queer can include non-binary gender but does not indicate that a person is born what is known to be genitally or endocrinologically or chromosomally intersexed? Or that “non-binary” can include queer gender expression, bi-gender/multi-gender, gender-fluid, genderqueer expression or identity? Do you think there’s such a thing as queer gender?

 

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