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Nonbinary Creators

AC Dumlao

AC Dumlao (they/he) is a transgender non-binary first-generation Filipinx-American New Yorker. They were named a NYC/WorldPride Community Hero, during the 50th anniversary year of the Stonewall Uprising. They are the creator of the Facebook page “Call Me They” with which they began their work of educating on the issues of non-binary visibility, Asian and Filipino representation, “genderfull” fashion and aesthetics (coining the hashtag #menswearselfcare), and much more, all through an intersectional lens.

Link: https://callmethey.com/ 

Alok Vaid-Menon

ALOK (they/them) is an internationally acclaimed writer, performer, and public speaker.

I need your help. Right wing and trans exclusionary media spread lies about trans and non-binary people to delegitimize our existence and justify harassment against us. This slander continues uninterrupted because it’s profitable. Since the majority of news shared on social media is anti-trans and factually incorrect I want to get something straight.

Link: https://www.alokvmenon.com/writing/

AmiguiT Guys

We're a group of trans, genderqueer, and non-binary folk who are hoping to make a positive difference in the lives of trans and queer folk.

Link: https://www.youtube.com/user/ambiguiT/featured

Ash Hardell (pronouns - any and all)

Social media star Ash Hardell talks about gender and toxic masculinity in their video post.

Ash Hardell authored the book the ABCs of LGBT+.  Spouse Gray Hardell (pronouns they/them) is often a part of their channel.

I'm queer, I'm not sure what my pronouns are, and sometimes I make YouTube videos.

Link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXwXB7a3cq9AERiWF4-dK9g

A. Wylde

YouTuber A. Wylde discusses gender, sexuality, identity and personal growth.

As someone who experiences non binary dysphoria, I decided to answer some questions that I regularly get. Some non binary people do experience dysphoria, and some don't.

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-kzYxkgbBw

Chandler Wilson

Chandler Wilson started their YouTube channel under the username MissPancake52 in 2010 at age 11 with a childhood friend.  They made music videos and skit videos together.  At age 14, Chandler started vlogging in typical vlog format by themself.  It wasn't until about age 15 that they started vlogging regularly.  When Chandler turned 16, they came out as trans and started creating videos related to their life and experiences as a transgender agender person.

Hey everyone, Chandler here!

I am an LGBTQ activist and educator based in the US.

I am nonbinary (agender to be specific) and have detailed my experiences coming out and finding myself online for my 350,000+ subscribers on YouTube. I've accumulated over 60,000,000 views on my channel just since 2015. I chronicle my physical transition on testosterone and vlog. In addition, I create educational content about different LGBTQ identities.

Link: https://www.chandlernwilson.com/

Chella Man

Chella Man (born November 26, 1998)[2] is an Asian American actor, model, artist, YouTuber, and LGBTQ activist. He is known for sharing his experiences as a transgenderdeafgenderqueerAsian, and Jewish person of color. Man rose to wider prominence in 2019 for portraying mute superhero Jericho in the second season of the DC Universe series Titans.[3]

Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chella_Man 

CreativeSoul96

Let's get real for a sec and talk about gender. Specifically identifying as Non-Binary. I identify as Non-Binary and want to be able to explain to people who don't understand what that means.

Link: https://www.youtube.com/user/sassycassyvideos/videos

Dana White

White identifies as Black, Puerto Rican / Boricua, and non-binary. They live in Washington, D.C.

Dana White has spoken in numerous professional, academic, and community spaces, including keynotes at Wesleyan University’s Latinx Convocation, Hofstra University, and the Northeast Queer and Trans People of Color Conference at Princeton.

Link: http://itsdanawhite.com/ 

Devin-Norelle

Devin-Norelle is a nonbinary model, advocate, and writer. Ze has written for Teen Vogue, Allure, them, and Out magazine. Ze recently walked in the York Fashion Week show for Chromat and has modeled for Bonobos’ Pride Campaign.

I never believed someone like me could be taken seriously as a model and because of this, didn't go to any castings until I finally found the confidence to do so in 2019. I'm a nonbinary person that leans more heavily towards masculinity, yes, but I also embrace my femininity and attracted to feminine styles of expression.

Link: https://www.them.us/contributor/devin-norelle

Herb Dino (Sage Pantony)

Sage Pantony is a writer, poet, and zinester. They write about gender, sexuality, mental health, trauma, creativity, and the best ways to cook eggs. They are the author of several zines, including a trilogy about transitioning as a non-binary person. Sage’s work has appeared in publications such as Coven Poetry, Idle Ink, and The Varsity. They currently reside in Tiohtià:ke/Montréal with their pet dinosaur, Peter.

Link: https://sagepantony.com/ 

Jake Edwards

Genderqueer Gentleman and Local Pretty Boy

I talk about my life and sometimes sing songs. 

Link: https://www.youtube.com/user/JakeFTMagic 

Jeffrey Marsh

Jeffrey Marsh’s TikToks and internet videos have over one billion views. Jeffrey is a viral TikTok and Instagram star, nonbinary activist, and LGBTQ keynote speaker.

"Their message is simple: Be yourself. Be happy with yourself. Be more comfortable with your differences — and embrace and enjoy them."

Link: https://www.jeffreymarsh.com/

Jes Tom

Jes Tom (they/them) is a New York based actor, writer, and weird queer stand up comic, gleefully providing the nonbinary queer Asian American radical cyborg perspective that everyone never knew they wanted.

Link: https://www.jestomdotcom.com/ 

Milo Stewart

Non-binary Self-Acceptance

My name is Milo and my pronouns are they/them. I believe radical access to trans healthcare through depathologization is a pathway to trans liberation. I get nerdy about social justice and gender theory, and I sometimes document my life in grad school.

Link: https://www.youtube.com/c/MiloStewart/videos

Pidgeon Pagonis

Pidgeon Pagonis, M.A. Gender Studies has slowly, oftentimes not so quietly risen to visibility as an activist on behalf of intersex people. Whether advancing intersex advocacy as the co-founder of the Intersex Justice Project (IJP), producing informational videos that go viral on Buzzfeed, creating art that centers intersex voices, appearing on the cover of National Geographic “Gender Revolution” special issue or being honored as a LGBT Champion of Change in 2015 by the Obama White House, Pidgeon has staked out a place at the fore of debates on intersexuality and otherness.

“Pidgeon Pagonis is a wonderful speaker weaving between critical theory, gender studies, queer theory and personal experiences to captivate audiences and prompt real debate. Pidgeon’s incredible generosity with the audience and prompts to collective discussion led to an important and memorable evening.” — Georgina Jackson, Director of Exhibitions & Publications at Mercer Union

Link: http://pid.ge/

SharpLeft

SharpLeft makes videos about Society, Philosophy, and their experience of being trans & nonbinary.

Link: https://www.youtube.com/c/SharpLeft/videos 

Travis Alabanza

Travis Alabanza is an award winning writer, performer and theatre maker. Their writing has appeared in the BBC, Guardian, Vice, Gal-Dem and previously had a fortnightly column in the metro.

Noted for their distinct voice, in 2019 the Evening Standard listed them as one of the 25 most influential under 25 year olds, as well as being listed in the Dazed100, guardian asking if ‘they are the future of theatre’ and recently being listed on the Forbes30Under30List.

Link: http://travisalabanza.co.uk/ 

Tyler Ford

Tyler Ford (born October 25, 1990) is a writer and public speaker who advocates for transgender and nonbinary people. Ford appeared as the first transgender contestant on The Glee Project in 2012. They live and work in New York City.

"My gender identity cannot be separated from my blackness, my queerness, or my asexuality, because they all inform one another, all shape the way I experience the world, and all shape the way the world experiences me. My body and my rights are always on the line, regardless of what I’m fighting for."

Link: https://nonbinary.wiki/wiki/Tyler_Ford

Nonbinary & GNC Resources

11 Genderqueer / Non-Binary People of Color You Should Know

Article written by Sara Onitsuka.

This is a list of 11 non-binary (enby) and genderqueer people of color who inspired me while I was questioning. It is definitely not even close to exhaustive, and I could probably make a whole series of articles (and maybe I will!). But this is a start.

Link: http://www.artforourselves.org/reviews/11-genderqueernon-binary-people-of-color-you-should-know

#EnbyLife

#EnbyLife started out as a zine, born in July 2016. It was a paper and digital zine of collected stories, poetry, comics and art by non-binary and gender diverse people. 

In a world where diverse and marginalised voices are so often not heard, considered or understood, #EnbyLife journal will showcase the creative works of non-binary and gender diverse creatives, and pay them for their work.

Link: https://enbylife.net/

Gender Queer: A Memoir

Maia Kobabe is a nonbinary, queer author and illustrator from the Bay Area, California. Eir first full length book, GENDER QUEER: A MEMOIR, was published in May 2019. Maia’s short comics have been published by The Nib and in many anthologies including THE SECRET LOVES OF GEEKS, FASTER THAN LIGHT Y’ALL, GOTHIC TALES OF HAUNTED LOVE, SHOUT OUT, ADVANCED DEATH SAVES and BE GAY, DO COMICS. Before setting out to work freelance full-time, e worked for over ten years in libraries. Eir work is heavily influenced by fairy tales, homesickness, and the search for identity.

Maia’s intensely cathartic autobiography charts eir journey of self-identity, which includes the mortification and confusion of adolescent crushes, grappling with how to come out to family and society, bonding with friends over erotic gay fanfiction, and facing the trauma and fundamental violation of pap smears.

Link: https://www.amazon.com/Gender-Queer-Memoir-Maia-Kobabe/dp/1549304003

Nonbinary BIPOC Facebook Group

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This group is a closed space for nonbinary BIPOC (Black people and/or Indigenous people and/or people of color, including multiracial people) who do not solely identify as binary men or binary women. This is inclusive of genderqueer, agender, genderfluid, genderflux, bigender, questioning, etc people.

Link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nonbinarypeopleofcolor/

Nonbinary Swimwear

Ashley Wylde is a queer and gender nonbinary writer, activist, and travel enthusiast. Wylde publishes YouTube videos weekly on their channel Ashley’s Wylde Life, and is the creator of The Gender Tag Project, a project exploring the complex ideas of sex, gender roles, gender identity, and gender expression, which has inspired over 1,000 individual videos responses.

Here are my candid thoughts and experiences with wearing various types of swim suits, as a person who identifies as nonbinary. Swim wear is hard for a lot of different kinds of people, but I believe being in a bathing suit that makes you feel comfortable can make a world of difference.

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lytwAmga_i4

Nonbinary Wiki

The wiki dedicated to nonbinary individuals; providing advice and tips for nonbinary people, written by the Nonbinary Wiki community.

This page only has the basics to get you started on the wiki, but with 896 articles (and counting!), we can’t possibly list them all in a single page! Use the search bar at the top right corner to look up anything you want. If we have an article about your search terms, it will show up!

Make sure you follow our social media too! We are @NonbinaryWiki on Tumblr and Twitter, and @nonbinary.wiki on Instagram.

Link: https://nonbinary.wiki/wiki/Main_Page

Romanticizing Trans Narratives

Don’t fit a “neat” version of transgender?

Link: https://crabbycrabby.medium.com/romanticising-trans-narratives-3eb0b8dad286 

for Parents of Nonbinary & GNC Children

Trans Families -About Nonbinary & Gender Diverse Children

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Parent and gender diverse child

A primer to help parents and loved ones understand about Nonbinary & Gender Diverse Children, in order to stop limiting and start celebrating who they are.

Link: https://transfamilies.org/about-nonbinary/