Androgyne

Androgyny is the combination of masculine and feminine characteristics. Usually used to describe characters or persons which have no specific gender, gender ambiguity may also be found in fashion, gender identity, sexual identity, or sexual lifestyle.

In the case of gender identity, terms such as genderqueer, or gender neutral are more commonly used.

Plan B
The Devil's Right Hand (Dante Valentine, #3)
Orlando
Wraeththu (Wraeththu #1-3)
Androgyny and the Denial of Difference
Eternal Shadow (Divinity Series)
The Bacchi
The Education of Bet
A Proper Education for Girls
The Monk
Freedom and Necessity
The Changeling
Rowan Hood: Outlaw Girl of Sherwood Forest (Rowan Hood, #1)
Raptor
Misfortune
Sacred Fate by EressëTrusted Bond by Mary CalmesCake by Derekica SnakeCethe by Becca  AbbottThat's What Brothers Do by Derekica Snake
Favorite Androgynous Cover
38 books — 40 voters
The Raven Boys by Maggie StiefvaterEnsoulment by Nick  AskewThe Song of Achilles by Madeline MillerCarry On by Rainbow RowellThe Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater
Queer SciFi/Fantasy Fiction
55 books — 18 voters

The Academy by Emmaline AndrewsCroak by Gina DamicoGirl Mans Up by M.E. GirardBroken Angels, Volume 1 by Setsuri TsuzukiMy Lady King by Kayla Bashe
Androgynous Girl on the Cover
34 books — 9 voters
Cry Wolf by Patricia BriggsMoon Called by Patricia BriggsCaptive Prince by C.S. PacatPrince's Gambit by C.S. PacatKings Rising by C.S. Pacat
Diverse Genre Romances
180 books — 49 voters

Galactic Gambling Games by Isla NoirThe Androgynous Andromedan by Ann L. Probe
Books with Androgynous Aliens
2 books — 4 voters


Virginia Woolf
... All who have brought about a state of sex-consciousness are to blame, and it is they who drive me, when I want to stretch my faculties on a book, to seek it in that happy age ... when the writer used both sides of his mind [the male and female sides of his mind] equally. One must turn back to Shakespeare then, for Shakespeare was androgynous; and so were Keats and Sterne and Cowper and Lamb and Coleridge. Shelley perhaps was sexless. Milton and Ben Jonson had a dash too much of the male in t ...more
Virginia Woolf, A Room of One's Own

Virginia Woolf
Coleridge certainly did not mean, when he said that a great mind is androgynous, that it is a mind that has any special sympathy with women; a mind that takes up their cause or devotes itself to their interpretation. Perhaps the androgynous mind is less apt to make these distinctions than the single-sexed mind. He meant, perhaps, that the androgynous mind is resonant and porous; that it transmits emotion without impediment; that it is naturally creative, incandescent and undivided.
Virginia Woolf, A Room of One's Own

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