Man, Woman, “Other”: Factors Associated with Nonbinary Gender Identification

  title={Man, Woman, “Other”: Factors Associated with Nonbinary Gender Identification},
  author={Stephen Whyte and Robert C. Brooks and Benno Torgler},
  journal={Archives of Sexual Behavior},
Using a unique dataset of 7479 respondents to the online Australian Sex Survey (July–September 2016), we explored factors relevant for individuals who self-identify as one of the many possible nonbinary gender options (i.e., not man or woman). Our results identified significant sex differences in such factors; in particular, a positive association between female height, higher educational levels, and greater same-sex attraction (female–female) versus a negative effect of lower income levels and… 
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