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List of people with non-binary gender identities

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This is a list of notable people who identify with a gender that is outside of the gender binary (non-binary or genderqueer).

Non-binary gender identities include agender and bigender, and are considered part of the transgender spectrum.[1]

Non-binary, genderqueer and genderfluid identities

Name Birth year Nationality Gender identity Notable as Reference
Courtney Act 1982 Australian Genderqueer Drag queen, singer, television personality [2]
Aja 1994 American Genderfluid Drag queen, rapper, television personality [3]
Travis Alabanza Unknown British Gender non-conforming Performance artist, poet, writer, LGBTQ rights activist [4]
Kaitlyn Alexander 1992 Canadian Non-binary Actor, writer, web series creator and YouTube personality [5]
Qween Amor 1989 American Erotic dancer [6]
Ruth Baldacchino Unknown Maltese LGBT and intersex human rights activist [7]
Meg-John Barker 1974 British Plural / non-binary Author, speaker, consultant, activist [8]
Mal Blum 1988 American Non-binary Musician, Singer [9]
Justin Vivian Bond 1963 American Trans Singer-songwriter, drag queen [10]
Kate Bornstein 1948 American Author, playwright, performance artist, and gender theorist [11]
Pandora Boxx 1972 American Genderfluid Drag queen, television personality [12]
Anna-Varney Cantodea Unknown German Musician, singer-songwriter [13]
Cassils Unknown Canadian Gender non-conforming Performance artist [14]
Violet Chachki 1992 American Genderfluid Drag queen, model, television personality [15]
Shea Couleé 1989 American Non-binary Drag queen, musician, television personality [16]
Miley Cyrus 1992 American Genderfluid Singer, songwriter, and actress [17]
Adore Delano 1989 American Non-binary Singer, songwriter, drag queen, television personality [18]
Cara Delevingne 1992 British Genderfluid Model and actress [19]
Asia Kate Dillon Unknown American Non-binary Actor [20]
Tommy Dorfman 1992 American Non-binary Actor [21]
Rain Dove 1989 American Non-binary Model, actor, and activist [22]
Laganja Estranja 1988 American Genderfluid Drag queen, television personality [23][not in citation given]
Miss Fame 1985 American Genderfluid Drag queen, makeup artist, model, television personality [24]
Florian-Ayala Fauna Unknown American Androgyne Artist, musician, and music producer [25][26]
Tyler Ford 1990 American Agender Writer, public speaker [27]
Melanie Gillman Unknown American Non-binary Cartoonist [28]
Grimes 1988 Canadian Gender neutral Musician [29]
Grey Gritt Unknown Canadian Non-binary Musician [30]
Angel Haze 1991 American Agender Rapper and lyricist [31]
Johanna Hedva 1982 Korean American Genderqueer Artist and author in disability studies [32]
Liv Hewson 1995 Australian Actor and playwright [33]
Jana Hunter Unknown American Genderfluid Songwriter and musician [34]
Eddie Izzard 1962 British Transgender Comedian, actor and writer [35][36]
Andre J. 1979 American Genderless Party promoter [37]
Elly Jackson 1988 British Singer [38]
Janae Kroc 1972 American Genderfluid Author, bodybuilder, marine, model, pharmacist, powerlifter [39][40]
Jiz Lee 1980 American Agender Pornographic actor [41]
CN Lester 1984 British Genderqueer Singer-songwriter [42]
Alex MacFarlane Unknown Australian Androgynous First person known with an 'X' sex marker on passport [43][44][45]
Gopi Shankar Madurai 1991 Indian Genderqueer Writer, speaker, politician, equal rights activist, recipient of The Commonwealth Award [46]
Kelly Mantle 1976 American Genderfluid Drag queen, actor, television personality [47]
Jeffrey Marsh 1977 American Genderqueer Vine and social media activist [48]
Rose McGowan 1973 American Non-binary Actress, model, singer and author [49]
Bethany C. Meyers 1990 American Non-binary fitness entrepreneur [50]
Ezra Miller 1992 American Queer, genderfluid Actor and singer [51]
sj Miller 1970 American Agender Academic and social justice activist [52]
Jack Monroe 1988 British Non-binary transgender Journalist [53]
Jinkx Monsoon 1987 American Genderfluid Drag queen, television personality [54]
Richard O'Brien 1942 British and New Zealand Transgender, Genderqueer Writer, actor, television presenter and theatre performer [55] [56]
Eureka O'Hara 1990 American Genderfluid, Gender-neutral Drag queen, television personality [57]
Genesis P-Orridge 1950 British Singer-songwriter, musician, poet, writer, performance artist [58]
Pidgeon Pagonis 1986 American Non-binary Intersex human rights activist [59][60]
Chris Pureka 1979 American Genderqueer Singer-songwriter [61][62]
L.J. Roberts 1980 American Genderqueer Textile artist [63]
Megan Rohrer 1980 American Pastor and activist [64]
Ruby Rose 1986 Australian Genderfluid Model, actress, singer and television presenter [65]
Shamir 1994 American Singer-songwriter [66]
SMITH 1985 French Artist and film-maker [67]
Jill Soloway 1965 American Non-binary, gender non-conforming Writer, director, producer [68]
Rae Spoon 1982 Canadian Musician and writer [69]
Amandla Stenberg 1998 American Non-binary Actress [70]
Rebecca Sugar 1987 American Non-binary Animator, director, screenwriter, producer, and songwriter [71]
Emma Sulkowicz 1992 American Non-binary Performance artist, anti-rape activist [72]
Eliot Sumner 1990 British Genderfluid Musician, singer-songwriter [73][74]
Tilda Swinton 1960 British Genderfluid Actor [75]
Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore 1948 American Genderqueer Author and activist [76]
Bex Taylor-Klaus 1994 American Non-binary Actress [77]
T. Thomason 1994 Canadian Non-binary Singer-songwriter [78]
Jacob Tobia 1991 American Genderqueer Writer and activist [79]
Nico Tortorella 1988 American Gender fluid Actor and model [80]
Alok Vaid-Menon Unknown American Non-binary Spoken word performance [5]
Sasha Velour 1987 American Non-binary Drag queen, television personality [81]
Hida Viloria 1968 American Genderfluid Author, and LGBT and intersex human rights activist [82][83]
Karekin Yarian Unknown American Non-binary Author and activist [84]
Reuben Zellman 1979 American Non-binary Rabbi and musician [85][86]
Dana Zzyym American Non-binary Intersex human rights activist
Nevo Zisin 1996 Australian Non-binary Writer and activist [87]

Third gender and indigenous gender identities

The term "third gender" has been used to describe hijras of India, Bangladesh and Pakistan[88] who have gained legal identity, fa'afafine of Polynesia, and sworn virgins of the Balkans,[89] among others, and is also used by many of such groups and individuals to describe themselves.

Name Birth year Nationality Gender identity Notable as Reference
Alec Butler 1959 Canada Two-spirit Playwright and filmmaker [90]
Parinya Charoenphol 1981 Thailand Kathoey Muay Thai boxer [91]
Chrystos 1946 United States of America Two-spirit Poet and activist [92]
Edward Cowley Unknown New Zealand Fa'afafine Entertainer [93]
Waawaate Fobister Unknown Canada Two-spirit Playwright and actor [94]
Shigeyuki Kihara Unknown New Zealand Fa'afafine Contemporary artist [95]
Marion Malena Unknown American Samoa Fa'afafine Beauty pageant [96]
Shabnam Mausi Unknown India Hijra First hijra in India elected to public office [97]
Osh-Tisch Unknown Crow Nation Badé Activist [98]
Fuimaono Karl Pulotu-Endemann Unknown Samoan Islands Fa'afafine Medical professional [99]
Jaiyah Saelua Unknown American Samoa Fa'afafine Association football player [100]
Laxmi Narayan Tripathi 1979 India Hijra Actress, dancer, and transgender rights activist [101][102]
We'wha 1849 United States of America Lhamana Zuni Native American [103]
Massey Whiteknife Unknown Canada Two-spirit Businessman and entertainer [104]

See also

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