Genderfuck can describe a gender identity and/or gender expression where gendered expectations are deliberately played with to combine gender-specific signals.[1][2]

Genderfuck people are considered under the umbrella terms gender non-conforming and transgender, but not all identify with those terms. Some genderfuck people transition socially, physically, and/or legally. Individual drag performers may or may not additionally identify as genderfucks.[1]


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The top part of this section is more general, while the subsections are specific. A wide range of topics can be included here, such as impacts that people who identify as this term have on society, things specific to this identity's community (like ace rings to asexuals), and miscellaneous achievements or contributions by this group that do not fall into the other subsections. If not needed, it can be left blank between the Community heading and History subheading.


Document the community's most important history, including facts such as key events, breakthroughs in improving the community's wellbeing and rights, or historical figures known to belong to the community.


Optional section: Include a pride flag if one exists and there is evidence of its use beyond someone proposing a possible design. This section should also explain the meaning behind the flag's design and who created it. Do not add flags that are specifically for sub-groups; those belong on pages for those sub-groups. High quality PNGs or SVGs are preferred. References are required for this section.


Optional section: If the topic has similarities to another gender/orientation, use this section to highlight the differences between them.


Optional section: If this topic has been the subject of any controversies, detail them in this section. For example, it could explain outdated or disputed terms, disagreements about how this identity is defined, identity-phobic discourse around popular flags, or other conflicts.

Perceptions and discrimination

This section focuses more on the specific kinds of discrimination and oppression that these people may face. Examples would be mentioning systematic transphobia and non-binary erasure on the page for agender, mentioning rates of mental health issues in this group, etc.


This section should be used to elaborate on the portrayal and representation of this identity in various forms of media, which can include a listing or links to various artists or movies, series, etc. Subheadings like Film, Television, Literature, and Music should be used where appropriate.

Art D'ecco, a music artist identifying as male but with a mixed expression.[source?]


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