×
Create a new article
Write your page title here:
We currently have 7,591 articles on LGBTQIA+ Wiki. Type your article name above or create one of the articles listed here!



    LGBTQIA+ Wiki
    7,591Articles
    The non-binary girl flag.
    An alternate non-binary woman flag.
    Another alternate non-binary woman flag by Pride-Flags
    The non-binary woman symbol.

    Non-Binary Woman, Non-Binary Girl or girlby refers to someone who identifies both as a female and as non-binary. This can be for several reasons, including but not limited to:

    • Being female-aligned, female-related, or feminine-aligned.
    • Being bigender or otherwise multigender with at least one gender being female or related to female.
    • Being a non-binary individual who identifies partially as female (e.g. demigirl).
    • Being genderfluid primarily between female and non-binary.
    • Being gendervast and having a gender that can be described as non-binary and female.
    • Having a gender that is similar to, but not the same as, binary female (e.g. juxera).
    • Being in someway connected to womanhood/girlhood(regardless of actual gender) such as having experiences similar to that of a female person.
    • Being non-binary but feeling comfortable with she/her pronouns and/or a feminine presentation, and calling oneself a female person to express that association.

    The masculine counterpart is Non-Binary Man.

    Flag and Symbols

    The non-binary girl flag was designed by DeviantArt user Pride-Flags on January 17, 2017.[1] Red represents "girl" and yellow represents non-binary. Orange represents a mix of girl and non-binary.

    An alternate flag was design by Brokenwings11ofnone on February 5, 2017.[2] The color meanings are unknown, but are likely similar to the previous flag, though they are laid out similarly to the non-binary flag.

    The second alternate flag was designed by Pride-Flags on DeviantArt and published on July 4, 2015.

    The non-binary woman symbol was created by Tumblr user nbandproud on August 9, 2018.[3] It is the female (Venus) symbol with an asterisk in the circle, coming from the non-binary symbol.

    Resources