Those with non-binary genders can feel that they: Have an androgynous (both masculine and feminine) gender identity, such as androgyne. Have an identity between male and female, such as intergender. Have a neutral or non-existant gender identity, such as agender or neutrois.
If you relate to the above and think that you are alone...you are not! Take a look at the following:
The Scottish Transgender Alliance scottish trans.org
Transgender Equality & Rights in Scotland
UK-wide non-binary survey during 15 July – 16 Sept 2015.
Non-binary people who took part the survey. There was 895 valid non-duplicate survey responses from non-binary people living in the UK. Scottish Transgender Allliance say "We believe this is the largest UK non-binary data set ever collected." The went on to say, "We have now started analysing the data and will have our preliminary findings ready for when we give oral evidence to the UK Parliament Women and Equalities Committee on 13 October 2015." "A full report of the findings will be made available online in December 2015." They concluded by saying "Early in 2016 we will use the findings to help create good practice guidance on non-binary inclusion for service provider and employers."
Take a look at the survey here:
Non binary survey: preliminary results
For further Non Binary links and resources, have a look on the 'Useful Links, Resources and Info' Page of The CTSAR Plus website.
If you are interested in helping to set up and becoming part of, or just attending a 'Non Binary Social and Support Group' in the South West, please contact us through our CTSAR Plus 'Contact us' page.