Non-binary is an umbrella term for people who identify as a gender other than wo/man and/or who are not wo/men exclusively. The term non-binary can also be used as a specific identity term by people who know they are not wo/men, but may be currently unable to find a term that fits their gender experience more precisely. Non-binary people may or may not transition physically, legally, or socially. Categorically, non-binary people are considered under the transgénero umbrella but may or may not identify as transgender specifically. Those decisions are based on their understanding of their relationship with gender and their access to transitioning within their culture.
e.g. Storm wrote non-binary in the gender field at the doctor’s office.
Otras lecturas para tener un contexto más amplio:
100 Ways to Make the World Better for Non-Binary People | AC Dumlao – Broadly
On being femme and non-binary | Archer Magazine
Five non-binary people on their favorite parts of transitioning | Wear Your Voice Magazine
8 Things Non-Binary People Need to Know | Let’s Queer Things Up
What Does it Mean to Identify as Nonbinary? | Healthline
I’m 10 & I’m Non-Binary | Tiny Bangs Blog
Volver al Index.
Volver al La visita guiada de términos introductorios.
Volver al Non-Binary Terms Guided Tour.