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The official Discord chat server for the Nonbinary Wiki is here! You can join using this link: 💬

There, you will be able to talk with other nonbinary people, help building the wiki with your feedback and more. See you there! 😃

The list of neutral names starting with A has been revamped! Now, almost all of them include a reference and meaning!

Check it out!

It's ok if you sometimes question if you are actually nonbinary. Every lgbtq and queer person does.

But, if being nonbinary gives you clarity and peace now, then that is all you need to know.

You don't need to worry too much about the details.

#nonbinary #nonbinarypositivity #lgbtq #nonbinarypride

Day 17, and about 1,000 responses to go before we reach last year’s record of 11,000. Today’s mini-goal is 47 more responses.

If you’ve not RTed, maybe you can help us get the URL out to more people?

Progress spreadsheet:


Educating people about your nonbinary gender is a gift from you, not a requirement of you.

You did the research into your own gender. Others can, and should, do the same if they wish to understand you.

You don't owe anyone an explanation.

#nonbinarypride #nonbinary #lgbtq #nonbinary #nonbinarypositivity ..

Neurogender is an umbrella term to describe when someone's gender is somehow linked to their neurotype, mental illness, or neurological conditions. And it's also our featured article for this month!

I think with a bit of a push we could get 6,000 participants by the time I go to bed.

Give us a boost? :)

[Minor update] From now on, the infobox in article about identities no longer show a label for the "Popularity" value, only a raw percentage!

You can see an example here:

The Gender Census 2019 is now open until 25th March!

It's for anyone whose genders (or lack thereof) aren't described by the M/F binary. It's short and easy, and the results are useful in academia, business, and self-advocacy.

Crowdfunding has started for the Gender Census 2019:

We’re hoping for £166 by 25th March 2019. :)

We have been working on the "Coming out" article, and it now contains some very useful advice for anyone wanting to come out.

Check it out!

People of Mastodon, what advice would you give to someone questioning their gender?

You can also join our weekly topic on our Discord server!

Our article about clothing is the featured article for this month! Check it out:

After hearing your feedback, identities that were considered "poorly-attested" will now be tagged as "not widely used". We think that it's both more descriptive and less invalidating.

More info:

Join our Discord community!

If you aren't certain that the label "nonbinary" is really fitting for you, that's ok. You can drop the term whenever you need to.

One important purpose of the nonbinary community is to help you (and others) learn more about yourself and live a better life as a result.

You will not hurt us at all if this process for you leads to leaving this community eventually.

#nonbinary #nonbinarypositivity #lgbtq #nonbinarycommunity

Don't let anyone rank your labels for you.

How important your labels are compared to each other is up to you and no one else.

#lgbtq #queer

We have just opened our Patreon page! From now on, you can support the Wiki on a monthly basis and get some fun perks in return.

Check it out! 👉

In the last month, eight volunteers have been working on over 300 pages of resources. There is still a lot of work to do, and you can help us. Don’t be afraid to make your first edit!
If that’s the first time you hear about us, check us out here:

We have also launched our Patreon page, with some cool perks for our supporters. The wiki is a not-for-profit project powered by volunteers, but some of our work (such as commissions for the booklet we just released) requires investment.

You can support us here 👉

We also opened a Discord server, which has helped a lot in the wiki’s development, as well as giving an opportunity to our readers and editors to meet fellow nonbinary people and educating the occasional binary person too!

Join us! 👉

Just today, we have released our first educative content for offline usage. The “Gender 101 for Nonbinary People” booklet is our first step in taking our resources to the “real world”.

At first, the idea was for the wiki to be just a temporary solution to the problem. However, as time passed, the old wiki didn’t come back. We acquired a domain, , and started building a community around the project.

We opened social media channels on Twitter (@NonbinaryWiki), Tumblr (@NonbinaryWiki) and Mastodon, which currently have around 2,000 followers in total.

You can follow us here:

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We are a Mastodon instance for LGBT+ and allies!