The University of Oxford Equality and Diversity Unit, Training, resources and glossary [accessed February 2020], suggests genderqueer is a: ‘Term used for people with gender identities other than male or female, thus outside the gender binary. Genderqueer people may think of themselves as one or more of the following: both men and women (bigender, pangender); neither men nor women (genderless, agender); moving between genders (genderfluid); third gender or other-gendered; having an overlap of, or blurred lines between gender identity and sexual or romantic orientation.’
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