Difference between revisions of "List of non-binary writers"
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- Travis Alabanza, an English performance artist, poet, writer, and LGBTQ rights activist
- Kaitlyn Alexander, a Canadian actor, writer, web series creator and YouTube personality
- Mal Blum, an American songwriter, musician, writer and performer
- Justin Vivian Bond, an American singer-songwriter, author, painter, performance artist, and actor
- Lydia Brown, an Asian American autistic disability rights activist, writer, and public speaker
- Kate Bornstein, an American author, playwright, performance artist, and gender theorist
- Beth Brant, a Mohawk writer, essayist, and poet
- Rhea Butcher, an American stand-up comic, actor, writer, producer, and podcast host
- Alec Butler, a Canadian playwright and filmmaker
- Claude Cahun, a Jewish-French photographer, sculptor and writer
- Marjorie Celona, an American-Canadian writer
- Chrystos, a Menominee writer and two-spirit activist
- Ivan Coyote, a Canadian spoken word performer, writer, and LGBT advocate
- Harry Dodge, an American sculptor, performer, video artist, and writer
- Grace Dunham, an American writer and activist
- Waawaate Fobister, a Canadian playwright and actor
- Tyler Ford, writer and public speaker
- L. Frank, a Tongva-Acjachemen artist, writer, tribal scholar, cartoonist, and indigenous language activist
- Andrea Gibson, an American poet and activist
- Liv Hewson, an Australian actor and playwright
- Johanna Hedva, author of Sick Woman Theory and On Hell
- Eddie Izzard, stand-up comedian, actor, writer and political activist
- Yuhki Kamatani, a Japanese manga writer and illustrator
- Janae Kroc, bodybuilder and writer
- Carole LaFavor an Ojibwe novelist, activist and nurse
- Richard LaFortune, a two spirit activist, author, community organizer, and artist
- Rose Lemberg, a bigender, queer author, poet, and editor of speculative fiction
- Elisha Lim, an artist and graphic novelist
- Cheena Marie Lo, a poet working in Oakland, California
- Gopi Shankar Madurai, Indian equal rights, Indigenous rights activist and author
- Jeffrey Marsh, an American writer, actor, artist, activist, author, and social media personality
- Dan Taulapapa McMullin, an American Samoan artist, known for his poetry, visual art and film
- Jack Monroe, a British food writer and journalist
- Foz Meadows, an Australian fantasy novelist, blogger and poet.
- Richard O'Brien, a British-New Zealand actor, television presenter, musician, writer, voice artist and theatre performer
- Pidgeon Pagonis, an intersex American activist, writer, artist, and consultant
- Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, a cosmologist, science writer and equality activist
- A Revathi, a Namakal-based writer and an activist working for the rights of sexual minorities
- Jill Soloway, an American television creator, showrunner, director and writer
- Rivers Solomon
- Rae Spoon, a Canadian musician and writer
- Rebecca Sugar, American animator, director, screenwriter, producer, and songwriter
- Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore, an American author and activist
- Jacob Tobia, an American LGBTQ rights activist, feminist writer, and co-producer and host for the MSNBC television series Queer 2.0
- Bogi Takács, Agender trans Jewish writer and poet
- Hida Viloria, a Latinx American writer
- Gigi Raven Wilbur, an American bisexual rights activist and writer
- Joshua Whitehead, a Canadian First Nations poet and novelist
- JY Yang, Singaporean writer of English-language speculative fiction
- Karekin Yarian, an author and social activist from San Francisco
- Nevo Zisin, a non-binary Australian writer and transgender rights activist
- Minamore, Bridget (March 27, 2019). "'Damn, I'm good at this!' Is Travis Alabanza the future of theatre?". https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2019/mar/27/travis-alabanza-interview-future-theatre.
- "This explanation of the non-binary experience is the most important thing you'll hear today". December 29, 2018. https://www.indy100.com/article/travis-alabanza-trans-people-non-binary-experience-mental-health-bbc-radio-4-watch-video-8703471.
- Whitaker, Sebastian (March 31, 2017). "5 Trans YouTubers You Need To Watch This Transgender Visibility Day". http://affinitymagazine.us/2017/03/31/5-trans-youtubers-you-need-to-watch-this-transgender-visibility-day/.
- Yang, Linda (March 20, 2017). "Trans Artist Justin Vivian Bond Envisions a World Without Binaries". https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/evgx5z/trans-artist-justin-vivian-bond-envisions-a-world-without-binaries.
- Bornstein, Kate (June 19, 2019). "Kate Bornstein: My Gender? Oh, It’s Nothing". https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/19/us/kate-bornstein-gender-reflection.html.
- SignorileColumnist, Michelangelo (May 5, 2012). "Iconic Transgender Writer Discusses Life In And Exit From The Church Of Scientology". https://www.huffpost.com/entry/kate-bornstein-transgender-scientology_n_1483590.
- Kushner, Helayne (September 21, 2018). "Rhea Butcher Opens Up About Their Personal Journey, Softball, and Queer Loneliness". http://gomag.com/article/rhea-butcher-opens-up-about-their-personal-journey-softball-and-queer-loneliness/.
- "Playwright on growing up intersex: 'At 12 I started growing a beard and had a period'". http://www.dailylife.com.au/dl-people/playwright-on-growing-up-intersex-at-12-i-started-growing-a-beard-and-had-a-period-20160425-goe3p7.html.
- "Alec Butler’s “Rough Paradise” – Living Life Shamelessly". January 18, 2017. http://thebuzzmag.ca/2017/01/alec-butlers-rough-paradise-living-life-shamelessly/.
- "Ivan Coyote on diversity, representation, and re-writing queer narratives". https://www.sbs.com.au/topics/sexuality/fast-lane/article/2017/05/25/ivan-coyote-diversity-representation-and-re-writing-queer-narratives.
- "Non-Binary Sensation Jeffrey Marsh Wants You to Love You | TheBody". https://www.thebody.com/article/non-binary-jeffrey-marsh-wants-you-to-love-you.