An agender person ('a−' meaning "without"), also called genderless, genderfree, non-gendered, or ungendered, is someone who identifies as having no gender or being without a gender identity.

By contrast Androgyny is the combination of masculine and feminine characteristics within a single person.

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I'm perfectly natural the way I am. Why can't you humans ever understand that I might not want to be afflicted with gender? ...more
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Sonya Huber
I do not try to look sexy or cute. Pain pushes even gender out of the way, even vanity, even the hopes of looking like someone else. In some ways, pain returns me to childhood, my eyes to the naked, peaceful orbs of animals.
Sonya Huber, Pain Woman Takes Your Keys, and Other Essays from a Nervous System

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