agender

agender

(Describing) one who does not identify as a particular gender. No, they're agender, so don't call them "sir."
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But the issue which has done most to expose the adisconnect between her leadership and her backbenchers has been the debate around reform of the aGender Recognition Act.
Gender-based content should be kept informed of the problems that, androgynous, bigender, pangender, agender drag kings, drag queens, cross-dressers and intersex individuals face in their interactions, by day and night.
It lists a wide array of examples, including "trans, gender-queer, non-binary, gender fluid, transgender, gender neutral, agender, neutrois, bigender, third gender, two-spirit," and more.
New words include 'blud', slang for friend, gender equality terms such as 'cisgender', 'agender' and 'misgender', and feminist expressions such as 'mansplaining' and 'manspreading'.
"I just want to show the work," she said of the agender brand No Sesso, which was launched in 2015 and -- according to CFDA -- counts fans including R&B artists Kelela and Erykah Badu.
Of the 262 participants, 209 identified as female (79.8%), 47 as male (17.9%), three as transgender (1.1%), and two as agender or gender-fluid (0.8%); one did not specify a gender.
Individuals who are non-binary, gender-fluid, genderqueer, or agender may not experience Gender Dysphoria.
Census Bureau considered adding to the traditional "male" and "female" classifications (now called "binary" categories) a dozen new, non-binary terms to reflect androgyny and gender fluidity, such as, "transgender," "cisgender", "bigender," "trigender," "pangender," "agender," and "other-gendered."
Moreover, women who do have paying jobs outside the home are on the wrong side of agender wage gap that averages 23%,suggesting that equality is not only about opportunity.
Winning agender A sentence I never thought I'd type: the drag queen on Celebrity Big Brother has restored my faith in humans.
"Transgender" refers to the category of persons who identify with a gender that does not correspond with their actual or perceived biological sex, as well as persons who identify as gender non-binary, genderfluid, or agender.
I knew deep down that everyone deserves a gender-neutral wedding book with which to plan their wedding, whether they're transgender, nonbinary, genderqueer, gender nonconforming, gender fluid, intersex, agender, intergender, lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, queer, or simply label-free.
An increasing number of Americans are coming out as nonbinary: terms like genderqueer, gender-fluid, and agender describe a variety of identities that transcend being a woman vs.