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Welcome to the Nonbinary.org Wiki
This wiki is a community edited site collecting information and resources about all aspects of gender outside the binary. Please consider getting involved.
- Contribute to the wiki by expanding stubs or creating pages
- Give feedback or make suggestions
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- Nonbinary Blog
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Some of the most useful or wanted areas in this wiki include:
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Nonbinary visibility
- Notable sites and organisations
- Practical nonbinary resources
- Recognition of nonbinary gender identities worldwide
There are many kinds of nonbinary gender identities. A few of the most common identities are:
- Agender people find that they have no inner sense of their gender identity.
- Androgyne is a mix of male and female, or in between.
- Bigender people often change between genders, or are both at once.
- Genderfluid people feel they have different gender identities at different times.
- Genderqueer is a non-normative gender identity or expression.
- Neutrois is a gender neither female nor male, but gender neutral.
- Nonbinary is an umbrella term for all who don't identify as just female or male all the time.