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Growing numbers of businesspeople identify as gender-nonbinary and assume gender identities that are not exclusively male or female. Nonbinary individuals may describe themselves as bigender, agender, transgender, or another term reflecting a gender that is not soley masculine or feminine. Some (but not all) who identify as nonbinary prefer to use and be addressed by gender-neutral pronouns (alternatives to he, she, and he/she) in written and verbal communications. Learn how to support diversity with the three Es.

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