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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 (i.e. non-binary or genderqueer).

Non-binary gender identities include agender and bigender.

Non-binary, genderqueer and genderfluid identities

List of people, with name, birth year, nationality, gender identity and reference shown
Name Birth year Nationality Gender identity Notable as Reference
Courtney Act 1982 Australian Genderqueer Drag queen, singer, television personality [1]
Aja 1994 American Genderfluid Drag queen, rapper, television personality [2]
Travis Alabanza 1996 British Gender non-conforming Performance artist, poet, writer, LGBTQ rights activist [3]
Kaitlyn Alexander 1992 Canadian Non-binary Actor, writer, web series creator and YouTube personality [4]
Olly Alexander 1990 English Non-binary Singer, songwriter, actor, and activist [5]
Taylor Alxndr American Non-binary Music artist, drag queen, activist [6]
Jens Andersson 1760 (circa) Norwegian Non-binary Unknown [7][8][9]
Qween Amor 1989 American Erotic dancer [10]
Ser Anzoategui 1979 American Non-binary Actor, Best Supporting Actor nominee at the Imagen Awards [11][12][13]
Arca 1989 Venezuelan Non-binary Record producer, singer [14]
Uzoma Asagwara 1985/1986 Canadian Genderqueer Politician [15]
Hayley Atwell 1982 British-American Genderless Actress [16]
Bilal Baig Unknown Canadian Genderfluid Playwright, actor [17]
Leo Baker 1991 American Non-binary and genderqueer Professional skateboarder [18][19]
Ruth Baldacchino 1979 Maltese Non-binary LGBT and intersex human rights activist [20]
Meg-John Barker 1974 British Plural/non-binary Author, speaker, consultant, activist [21]
Thomas Baty 1869 British Transgender, non-binary Lawyer, writer, editor of the feminist gender studies journal Urania [22]
B-Complex 1984 Slovakian Bigender Music producer and DJ [23][24][25]
Mal Blum 1988 American Non-binary Musician, Singer [26]
Bob the Drag Queen 1986 American Non-binary Drag queen, comedian [27]
Justin Vivian Bond 1963 American Transgender Singer-songwriter, drag queen [28]
Kate Bornstein 1948 American Gender non-conforming Author, playwright, performance artist, and gender theorist [29]
Pandora Boxx 1972 American Genderfluid Drag queen, television personality [30]
Tony Briffa 1969 Maltese-Australian Non-binary First known intersex mayor, intersex activist and educator [31][32][33][34][35][36]
Rhea Butcher 1982 American Non-binary Stand up comic, actor [37]
Judith Butler 1956 American Non-binary Philosopher, gender theorist [38]
Claude Cahun 1894 French neuter Artist in the surrealist movement.

Photography, writing, sculpture, theatre, collage

[39][40]
Anna-Varney Cantodea 20th century German Genderqueer Musician, singer-songwriter [41]
Nicky Case 20th century Canadian Genderqueer and non-binary Independent video game developer [42]
Cassils 20th century Canadian Gender non-conforming Performance artist [43]
Violet Chachki 1992 American Genderfluid Drag queen, model, television personality [44]
Estefania Cortes-Vargas 1991 Canadian Non-binary Politician [45]
Shea Couleé 1989 American Non-binary Drag queen, musician, television personality [46]
Ivan E. Coyote 1969 Canadian Non-binary Writer. Won multiple ReLit and Stonewall Book Awards. [47][48][49]
Chris Crocker 1987 American Transgender, genderfluid Musician, songwriter, actor [50]
Miley Cyrus 1992 American Genderfluid Singer, songwriter, and actor [51]
Adore Delano 1989 American Non-binary Singer, songwriter, drag queen, television personality [52]
Cara Delevingne 1992 British Genderfluid Model and actor [53]
Destiny 1988 American Non-binary Twitch streamer, political commentator, and YouTube personality [54]
Asia Kate Dillon 1984 American Non-binary Actor [55]
Tommy Dorfman 1992 American Non-binary Actor [56]
Rain Dove 1989 American Non-binary Model, actor, and activist [57]
Du Blonde 1990 English Nonbinary Musician, artist, animator [58][59]
Dorian Electra 1992 American Genderfluid Singer, songwriter, video and performance artist [60]
Laganja Estranja 1988 American Genderfluid Drag queen, television personality [61][failed verification]
Dominick Evans 1980 Polish American Non-binary Filmmaker, Activist [62][63]
Miss Fame 1985 American Genderfluid Drag queen, makeup artist, model, television personality [64]
Florian-Ayala Fauna 20th century American Androgyne Artist, musician, and music producer [65][66]
Tyler Ford 1990 American Agender Writer, public speaker [67]
Sarah Gailey 20th century American Non-binary Writer [68]
River Gallo 1990/1991 Salvadoran-American Genderqueer Filmmaker, actor, model, activist [69][70][71]
G Flip 1994 Australian Non-binary Singer, songwriter, record producer, drummer, and musician [72]
Melanie Gillman 20th century American Non-binary Cartoonist [73]
Gigi Goode 1997/1998 American Genderfluid Drag queen, television personality [74] [75] [76]
Tylan Grant 2002 British Non-binary Actor [77]
Grimes 1988 Canadian Gender neutral Musician [78]
Grey Gritt 20th century Canadian Non-binary Musician [79]
Angel Haze 1991 American Agender Rapper and lyricist [80]
Johanna Hedva 1982 Korean American Genderqueer Artist and author in disability studies [81]
Liv Hewson 1995 Australian Non-binary Actor and playwright [82]
Lann Hornscheidt 1965 German Non-binary Academic [83]
Jana Hunter 20th century American Genderfluid Songwriter and musician [84]
Owen J Hurcombe 1997 Welsh Genderfluid Mayor of Bangor City Council (elected 2021). Hurcome is the world's first non-binary Mayor, and Wales' youngest ever Mayor [85]
Eddie Izzard 1962 British Transgender, genderfluid Comedian, actor and writer [86][87][88]
Andre J. 1979 American Genderless Party promoter [89]
Elly Jackson 1988 British Singer [90]
Jennie June 1874 American Androgyne, invert, urning and fairie. Law clerk and activist. [91][92][93][94]
Jesse James Keitel 20th century American Non-binary Actor [95]
Maia Kobabe 1991 American Genderqueer Cartoonist [96]
Janae Kroc 1972 American Genderfluid Author, bodybuilder, marine, model, pharmacist, powerlifter [97][98]
Jiz Lee 1980 American Agender Pornographic actor [99]
R.B. Lemberg 1976 American; born in Ukraine Bigender Writer, poet, editor, professor [100][101][102]
Jesse Leigh 20th century American Non-binary Actor [103]
CN Lester 1984 British Genderqueer Singer-songwriter [104]
Demi Lovato 1992 American Non-binary Singer and actor [105]
Brigette Lundy-Paine 1994 American Non-binary Actor [106]
Alex MacFarlane 20th century Australian Androgynous First person known with an 'X' sex marker on passport [107][108][109]
Gopi Shankar Madurai 1991 Indian Genderqueer Writer, speaker, politician, equal rights activist, recipient of The Commonwealth Award [110]
Kelly Mantle 1976 American Genderfluid Drag queen, actor, television personality [111]
Jeffrey Marsh 1977 American Genderqueer Vine and social media activist [112]
Rose McGowan 1973 American Non-binary Actor, model, singer and author [113]
Foz Meadows 1986 Australian Genderqueer Writer. Meadows is a Hugo Award winning novelist and blogger [114]
Bethany C. Meyers 1990 American Non-binary fitness entrepreneur [115]
Ezra Miller 1992 American Queer, genderfluid Actor and singer [116]
sj Miller 1970 American Agender Academic and social justice activist [117]
Janelle Monáe 1985 American Non-binary Singer-songwriter, actor, record producer [118][119]
Jack Monroe 1988 British Non-binary transgender Journalist [120]
Jinkx Monsoon 1987 American Genderfluid Drag queen, television personality [121]
Indya Moore 1994/1995 American Non-binary Actor, model [122]
Satsuki Nakayama 1998 Japanese Genderless Actor
Richard O'Brien 1942 British and New Zealander Transgender, Genderqueer Writer, actor, television presenter and theatre performer [123][124]
Eureka O'Hara 1990 American Genderfluid, Gender-neutral Drag queen, television personality [125]
Genesis Breyer P-Orridge 1950 British Pandrogyne Singer-songwriter, musician, poet, writer, performance artist [126]
Elliot Page 1987 Canadian Transgender, non-binary, queer Actor, producer [127]
Pidgeon Pagonis 1986 American Non-binary Intersex human rights activist [128][129]
A. W. Peet 20th century New Zealander, Canadian Non-binary Physicist, string theory and quantum gravity [130]
Planningtorock 1972 British Genderqueer Musician [131]
King Princess 1998 American Genderqueer Musician, singer-songwriter [132]
Public Universal Friend 1752 American Genderless Quaker preacher, proponent of abolition, and sexual abstinence [133]
Chris Pureka 1979 American Genderqueer Singer-songwriter [134][135]
Amy Ray 1964 American Genderqueer Singer-songwriter, member of Indigo Girls, founder of Daemon Records [136][137]
Raquel Salas Rivera 1985 Puerto Rican Nonbinary Poet [138]
L.J. Roberts 1980 American Genderqueer Textile artist [139]
Megan Rohrer 1980 American Transgender Pastor and activist [140]
Ruby Rose 1986 Australian Genderfluid Model, actor, singer and television presenter [141]
JD Samson 1978 American Genderqueer, non-binary, gender non-conforming Musician, with bands Le Tigre and MEN [142][143][144][145]
Shamir 1994 American Non-binary Singer-songwriter [146]
Victoria Sin 1991 Canadian Non-binary Visual artist, drag performer [147]
SMITH 1985 French Artist and film-maker [148]
Sam Smith 1992 British Non-binary and genderqueer Singer [149]
Joey Soloway 1965 American Non-binary, gender non-conforming Writer, director, producer [150]
Rae Spoon 1982 Canadian Musician and writer [151]
Amandla Stenberg 1998 American Non-binary Actor [152]
Jim Sterling 1984 English-American Non-binary Video game critic, web video producer, livestreamer, professional wrestler [153]
Noelle Stevenson 1991 American Non-binary Creator of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power and Nimona, writer, and animator who is married to Molly Ostertag. [154]
Courtney Stodden 1994 American Non-binary Media personality, model, singer, and songwriter [155]
Harry Styles 1994 British Genderfluid Singer, songwriter, actor [156]
Rebecca Sugar 1987 American Non-binary Animator, director, screenwriter, producer, and songwriter [157]
Emma Sulkowicz 1992 American Non-binary Performance artist, anti-rape activist [158]
Tash Sultana 1995 Australian Non-binary Musician, singer-songwriter [159]
Eliot Sumner 1990 British Genderfluid Musician, singer-songwriter [160][161]
Tash Sultana 1995 Australian Non-binary Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and musician [162]
Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore 1973 American Genderqueer Author and activist [163]
Bogi Takács 1983 American; born in Hungary Agender Writer, psycholinguist, editor [164]
Bex Taylor-Klaus 1994 American Non-binary Actor [165]
Kae Tempest 1985 British Non-binary Poet [166]
T. Thomason 1994 Canadian Non-binary Singer-songwriter [167]
JayR Tinaco 1989 Australian Non-binary Actor [168][169]
Jacob Tobia 1991 American Genderqueer Writer and activist [170]
Nico Tortorella 1988 American Gender fluid Actor and model [171]
Mauree Turner 1992/1993 American Non-binary Politician [172]
Alok Vaid-Menon 1991 American Non-binary Spoken word performance [4]
Jonathan Van Ness 1987 American Non-binary, genderqueer Hairdresser, podcaster, television personality [173]
Joanne Vannicola 1968 Canadian Non-binary Actor, writer [174]
Sasha Velour 1987 American Non-binary Drag queen, television personality [175]
Hida Viloria 1968 American Genderfluid Author, and LGBT and intersex human rights activist [176][177]
Lachlan Watson 2001 American Genderqueer Actor [178]
Gigi Raven Wilbur 1955 American Intersex, hermaphrodite, third gender, ladyboy Writer and activist.

Cocreator of Celebrate Bisexuality Day

[179][180]
Karekin Yarian 20th century American Non-binary Author and activist [181]
Reuben Zellman 1979 American Non-binary Rabbi and musician [182][183]
Nevo Zisin 1996 Australian Non-binary Writer and activist [184]
Dana Zzyym 1958 American Non-binary Intersex human rights activist -

Third gender and indigenous gender identities

The term "third gender" has been used to describe hijras of India, Bangladesh and Pakistan[185] who have gained legal identity, fa'afafine of Polynesia, and sworn virgins of the Balkans,[186] 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
Marjorie Beaucage 1947 Canada Two-spirit Filmmaker and teacher [187]
Alec Butler 1959 Canada Two-spirit Playwright and filmmaker [188]
Parinya Charoenphol 1981 Thailand Kathoey Muay Thai boxer [189]
Chrystos 1946 United States of America Two-spirit Poet and activist [190]
Edward Cowley 20th century New Zealand Fa'afafine Entertainer [191]
Waawaate Fobister 20th century Canada Two-spirit Playwright and actor [192]
Ketty Gabriele 1981 Italy Femminiello Mafia figure [193]
Yuhki Kamatani 1983 Japan X-gender Manga writer, illustrator [194]
Shigeyuki Kihara 1975 Samoa Fa'afafine Contemporary artist [195]
Richard LaFortune 1960 United States of America Two-Spirit Author, activist [196]
Marion Malena 20th century American Samoa Fa'afafine Beauty pageant [197]
Shabnam Mausi 20th century India Hijra First hijra in India elected to public office [198]
Kent Monkman 1965 Canada Two-Spirit Artist [199]
Osh-Tisch 19th century Crow Nation Badé Activist [200]
Fuimaono Karl Pulotu-Endemann 20th century Samoan Islands Fa'afafine Medical professional [201]
A. Revathi 20th century India Hijra Writer and actor [202]
Jaiyah Saelua 1988 American Samoa Fa'afafine Association football player [203]
Tanwarin Sukkhapisit 20th century Thailand Kathoey, non-binary Filmmaker, politician [204][205]
Laxmi Narayan Tripathi 1979 India Hijra Actor, dancer, and transgender rights activist [206][207]
Yuu Watase 1970 Japan X-gender Manga writer [208]
We'wha 1849 United States of America Lhamana Zuni Native American [209]
Joshua Whitehead 20th century Canada Two-Spirit Author [210]
Massey Whiteknife 20th century Canada Two-spirit Businessman and entertainer [211]
Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu 20th century Hawaii Māhū Dance teacher [212]
Jeneen Frei Njootli Unknown Canada Two-Spirit Artist [213]

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