Neutrois is a non-binary gender identity which is often associated with a “neutral” or “null” gender. It may also be associated with genderlessness, and shares many similarities with agender – people who consider themselves neutrally gendered or genderless, but some may identify as both, while others may prefer one term or the other.
Neutrois people may experience dysphoria and wish to transition. Often, Neutrois people prefer their gender expression to be gender neutral or androgynous, though this may vary from person to person. Some Neutrois people wish to medically transition to remove all sex characteristics, but others only wish to remove specific characteristics or do not desire surgery at all.
As with other non-binary identities, Neutrois people may not have their gender legally recognised on their documentation. However, an increasing number of countries, states, and sites allow for non-binary identities to be recognised, including Facebook, which includes Neutrois as a gender option.
Neutrois people may be of any sex and have any sexuality.