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Nearly one-fourth of LGBTQ youth identify as non-binary.

Jul 19 2021

Nearly one-fourth of LGBTQ youth identify as non-binary. New research from The Trevor Project reveals that 26% of LGBTQ youth in America identify as non-binary, and 20% say they aren’t sure or are questioning if they are non-binary. Visibility for the community is growing, and celebrities including Demi Lovato and Elliot Page have both recently come out as non-binary as well. While the term is often misunderstood as being a “third gender” or the same as being transgender, The Trevor Project defines nonbinary as, “a term used to describe people whose gender identity does not fit within the traditional construction of gender as a binary choice between exclusively male or exclusively female,”—something Lovato aimed to bring awareness for when she came out in May. Understanding how Gen Z and Millennials view gender is becoming a responsibility for brands, and YPulse’s Gender Blur trend research shows that most Gen Z and Millennials feel their gender identities fall on a spectrum, with 63% agreeing that “masculinity” and “femininity” are styles that any gender can try on and take off when they want to. (Teen Vogue)