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    Enbysex is an umbrella term for all non-binary sex identities. It can also be used as an identity indicating someone who identifies outside the sex binary/has a sex identity that is not male or female.[1][2] Intersex people aren't necessarily enbysex, only if they see their sex like that.[3] One does not need to identify as a non-binary gender to be enbysex.

    This term is similar to sexqueer, parsex/varsex, or altersex.

    Enbysex Identities

    Just like non-binary gender, their are many sex identities that fall under the category of enbysex.[4] Any sex identity that is not strictly and completely male or strictly and completely female falls under the category of enbysex. Some examples of enbysex identities include:

    • Asex: A lack of sex identity, or as a sex identity that contains no elements of maleness or femaleness.
    • Greysex: A sex identity that is close to asex but may contain some sexed elements or in some other way does not completely align with an asex identity.
    • Sexflux: A sex identity which changes between sex identities.
    • Demifemale: Someone who identifies loosely with a female identity, though not completely, and feels they do not fit in the sex binary.
    • Demimale: Someone who identifies loosely with a male identity, though not completely, and feels they do not fit in the sex binary.
    • Nonfemale: Someone who was AFAB and does not identify as female, but feels no strong connection to any other sex identity.
    • Nonmale: Someone who was AMAB and does not identify as male, but feels no strong connection to any other sex identities.
    • Multisex: Simultaneously identifying as two or more sex identities. This can include identities such as bisex (two sex identities), trisex (three sex identities), and so on all the way up to pansex (all sex identities).

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