Gender Outlaw: On Men, Women, and The Rest Of Us. There's now a name for the "the rest of us" — nonbinary — and these changes are reflected in the youngest generation of LGBTQ+ people.
In a report published by The Trevor Project earlier this month, the organization found that 26 percent of LGBTQ+ youth identify as nonbinary, and even telling, an additional 20 percent responded that they weren’t sure or were questioning if they were.
For as far as we've come with the proliferation of nonbinary visibility in our culture, Kate Bornstein says the relational nature of gender is still missing from the public conversation. "Gender depends on something else for its existence.