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im not sure what you mean by the "technically you can't assign sex" comment. if it was a response to something i said then i never said anything about the assignment of sex i was commenting on how the OP was trying to assign a gender to them based on their bodies when that's most likely impossible to do. i'm pretty sure it was confirmed somewhere by the creators that all gems are non-binary. it's possible to be a femme non-binary and respond or use she/her pronouns however i've never seen them refer to themselves as women (i have heard them refer to themselves as "gems" many times though). 
 
im not sure what you mean by the "technically you can't assign sex" comment. if it was a response to something i said then i never said anything about the assignment of sex i was commenting on how the OP was trying to assign a gender to them based on their bodies when that's most likely impossible to do. i'm pretty sure it was confirmed somewhere by the creators that all gems are non-binary. it's possible to be a femme non-binary and respond or use she/her pronouns however i've never seen them refer to themselves as women (i have heard them refer to themselves as "gems" many times though). 
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edit: i also want to include that there are non-binary people who will refer to themselves as boys, girls, men, women, etc. however, i won't push the non-binary identity topic if the gems are confirmed to identify as women only. 

Latest revision as of 05:28, March 13, 2015

Gold Starz wrote:
Sushiitaco wrote:
all the gems are non-binary. there is no such thing as a "female body" to them. the wikia even lists them as sex-less so i feel as if most of the community has already discussed this. human gender binary does not apply to them especially since they can shift shape so there is honestly no way you can assign a gender to their bodies. 
Technically you can't assign sex, but so far it seems all the Crystal Gems have answered to being idetified as female by others, although this could be just through experience and it could be that most homeworld Gems are Agender, I can't recall any of them responding to or self-referring as female.

Either way, 'acts like a boy' is just a phrasing for "why aren't there any outright masculine/'male' gems?".

im not sure what you mean by the "technically you can't assign sex" comment. if it was a response to something i said then i never said anything about the assignment of sex i was commenting on how the OP was trying to assign a gender to them based on their bodies when that's most likely impossible to do. i'm pretty sure it was confirmed somewhere by the creators that all gems are non-binary. it's possible to be a femme non-binary and respond or use she/her pronouns however i've never seen them refer to themselves as women (i have heard them refer to themselves as "gems" many times though). 


edit: i also want to include that there are non-binary people who will refer to themselves as boys, girls, men, women, etc. however, i won't push the non-binary identity topic if the gems are confirmed to identify as women only. 

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