X-gender

Japanese term for non-binary gender identities

X-gender (Japanese: Xジェンダー, romanizedx-jendā) is a third-gender that differs from M, of male or masculine, and F, of female or feminine.[1][2][3] The term is used in place of non-binary and genderqueer in Japan.[4][5][6][7][8][9]

The x-gender flag

ReferencesEdit

  1. Dale, S. P. F. (2012). An introduction to X-Jendā: Examining a new gender identity in Japan. Intersections: Gender and sexuality in Asia and the Pacific, 31.
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  6. «ノンバイナリー(Xジェンダー)とは Archived 2021-04-22 at the Wayback Machine». www.outjapan.co.jp (in Japanese).
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  9. "Selected Links on Non-Binary Gender in Japan: Xジェンダー". GENDERQUEER AND NON-BINARY IDENTITIES. Retrieved 2021-07-08.