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Godgender or deusgender is a nonbinary gender are people who identify themselves as deities or acknowledge a divine aspect within themselves.[1] Traditionally, these include gods (male deities), goddesses (female deities) and demigods (partially divine beings). In addition, godgender people might as well identify as agender, intersexual, transexual or pangender.

It was created in 2018 by Michael Kazik


  • In Christianity, God is simply said to be "spirit."[2] Although Jesus Christ was biologically male, it is heavily implied that God is agender. Further, the Catechism states that God is neither male nor female.[3]


  1. Michael Kazik. 2018.
  2. John 4:24.
  3. Catechism of the Catholic Church. Number 239.
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