Non-binary or genderqueer genders

  title={Non-binary or genderqueer genders},
  author={Christina M. Richards and Walter Pierre Bouman and Leighton J. Seal and Meg John Barker and Timo O. Nieder and Guy T’Sjoen},
  journal={International Review of Psychiatry},
  pages={102 - 95}
Abstract Some people have a gender which is neither male nor female and may identify as both male and female at one time, as different genders at different times, as no gender at all, or dispute the very idea of only two genders. The umbrella terms for such genders are ‘genderqueer’ or ‘non-binary’ genders. Such gender identities outside of the binary of female and male are increasingly being recognized in legal, medical and psychological systems and diagnostic classifications in line with the… 
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