Non-binary

not exclusively male or female

„Non-binary gender is any gender that isn’t exclusively male or female. Non-binary people may feel some mix of both male and female, somewhere in between, or something completely different. 

The language hasn’t always been around, and we are still developing terminology (that’s why things change in the LGBTQ world so often), but the concepts aren’t new at all. Non-binary gender is a relatively new term. Throughout history, in many different cultures around the world, not only have more than two genders existed, but they’ve also been recognized, accepted, and respected.“

– Dr. Meredith R. Chapman for Teen Vogue

 

 

 

Articles

Gender Variance Around the World Over Time (Teen Vogue)

Here’s What It Means When You Don’t Identify as a Girl or a Boy (Teen Vogue)

‚I’m non-binary. This is how I feel‘ (BBC)

When no gender fits: A quest to be seen as just a person (The Wahsington Post)

The gender-fluid generation: young people on being male, female or non-binary (The Guardian)

Gender beyond The Binary (VIDEO, The Guardian)