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- Recognition of nonbinary gender identities worldwide
There are many kinds of nonbinary gender identities. Just a few of these identities are:
- Nonbinary is an umbrella term for all who don't identify as just female or male. Though there are many kinds of nonbinary identities, some people identify as "nonbinary" only.
- Intergender people have a nonbinary gender identity and were born with intersex bodies. Androgyne has a related meaning.
- Genderqueer is a non-normative gender identity or expression. This can be an umbrella term, or a specific identity.
- Agender people find that they have no inner sense of their gender identity. That is, they have no gender.
- Neutrois is often a transsexual identity, and usually means a gender neither female nor male, but neutral.
- Genderfluid people feel they have different gender identities at different times; bigender people have two: changing between them, or at the same time.
For many more, see a list of nonbinary identities. In addition to those in the above list, many cultures have traditions that give recognition to more genders than in the Western gender binary: see gender-variant identities worldwide.