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English citations of agender
Adjective: "without an associated gender"
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2000 November 21, abbycat2 [username], “Re: God and Grammar”, in soc.religion.quaker, Usenet:
- "He" has been used as the default pronoun, and as I said, unfortunately there is no agender equivalent to he/she, as "it" is usually equated with something without life, or at least of a life form considered to be less intelligent (that in itself is negotiable, but this is for a different topic).
2004 May 16, Jessika, “Re: What does being transsexual feel like?”, in alt.support.srs, Usenet:
- It's also less desirable, in considerable cases, to be masculine female than it is for a male to be feminine. This makes it hard for those (male and female) that have a more masculine (or agender) approach in society.