The difference between Agendered and Gender-neutral

When used as adjectives, agendered means not gendered, whereas gender-neutral means applicable or available to all genders.

check bellow for the other definitions of Agendered and Gender-neutral

  1. Agendered as an adjective:

    Not gendered; not having, pertaining to or divided by gender.

  1. Gender-neutral as an adjective:

    Applicable or available to all genders.


    "The women's sleeping quarters are on the left side of the dormitory, the men's are on the right; gender-neutral restrooms are located in the middle."

    "Many modern laws use gender-neutral constructions like "he or she" in place of the old, supposedly unmarked "he"."

  2. Gender-neutral as an adjective:

    Not indicating or restricted by gender, and thus applicable or available to those of any gender and to those of no gender.


    "Gender-neutral pronouns like "ey" and "ze" are used by many genderqueer, intersex, and neutrois individuals."

  3. Gender-neutral as an adjective (grammar):

    In languages where words are assigned to one gender or another, lacking such an assignment.