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Much like real life, the world of social media is more diverse than you could ever imagine. Social media access makes it easy to find people who might not conform to standards of things like gender. Not everyone feels they fit neatly under a male or female label and the umbrella term “nonbinary” is just one of many that people use to describe themselves. Whether you are searching for inspiration or people to relate to in the LGBTQ+ community,  follow these nonbinary influencers for engaging content in a variety of niches.

Nonbinary influencers to follow on social media

Stanzi Potenza

Actor, comedian, and writer Stanzi has huge followings on social media, including 432K fans on TikTok who tune in for their hysterical skits. They also do stand-up comedy shows and host the “What Fresh Hell is This?” podcast.

Capri Campeau

Identifying as “FairyBiMother” to her 40K followers on TikTok, Capri uses her platform to discuss issues related to bisexual and nonbinary pride. They identify as both a woman and nonbinary and share advice, tips, and their favorite trans creators to follow.

Jonathan Van Ness

You may recognize Jonathan by face or name from their TV show “Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness,” their book or their podcast. Jonathan’s 192K YouTube subscribers tune in for videos on everything from queer sex education and hair blowout tips to love and dating advice.

Keara Graves

Keara is a genderfluid influencer on TikTok who keeps her 123.4K followers entertained with funny, entertaining, and inspirational videos about life. There are jokes about corporations capitalizing on Pride Month, discussions about the political effects of abortion bans, and peeks into life as a nonbinary couple.


me: minding my own businesss ….. big corporations on june 1st: HI GAI 🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈 credit pinned in the comments🙏🏼

♬ Hi GAI - Saltina


Nonbinary and trans activist Gialu — who also goes by Gio — uses their TikTok platform to educate and inform their 1.1M followers. They post videos about gender dysphoria and healthcare for trans people and have purchased binders for trans people who can’t afford them. 

@mx.gialu antworten this is so important and I hope it reaches you #nonbinary

♬ Darling - Trees and Lucy

Shakina Nayfack

Shakina is an award-winning performer, writer, director, and producer who serves as a social activist for the queer community. You may recognize them as Lola from “Difficult People” on Hulu or know about their autobiographical rock musical. You can listen to them on the “Iconically Trans” podcast. They were named an LGBTQ Entertainer of the Year in 2021 by “Entertainment Tonight.”

Anna Leyko

Anna’s 366.3K TikTok followers know they may see them in a suit one day and a cute skirt the next.  They also respond to fans’ requests for tutorials on how to express their gender through clothes, makeup, and hair care.


As a Russian, Ukraine I stand with you fully and what is happening right now is out of control and pure cruelty #notowar #ukraine #russian #нетвойне

♬ Hot N Cold - Sped up songs ⚡️

Sara Ramirez

With a fine arts degree from the Juilliard School, it’s no surprise that Sara has found so much success as an actor. Among other roles, they played bisexual character Dr. Callie Torres on “Grey’s Anatomy,” which became the longest-running LGBTQ+ character in U.S. history. They later portrayed a nonbinary character on “And Just Like That.” They were featured on the cover of “Variety” magazine for Pride Month in 2022 as well.


Yaya is an inspiration to their 252.5K followers on TikTok, responding to haters and proudly sharing their experience with top surgery. They shared videos about their pre-surgery excitement and their confidence shines through to inspire others.

Kevin Ninh

Kevin, who prefers the “he” pronoun, is a nonbinary TikTok influencer who revels in self-expression through makeup and clothes. There are videos of him modeling fashionable looks for his fans, too.


Which outfit was the best? Link in my bio for full YouTube video 😘 #lgbt #pride #foryourpride #nonbinary

♬ About Damn Time - Lizzo

Lynn Saga

Lynn’s YouTube channel is dedicated to LGBTQ+ topics, body positivity, and commentary on other LGBTQ+ creators’ videos. If you’re curious about topics like gender dysphoria, Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill, or the 10 aromantic identities, they’ll get you up to speed.  

Arrows Fitz

Trans and nonbinary artist and producer Arrows is interesting, funny, and creative with fashion on TikTok. Their stunning photos and encouraging PSAs about mental health keep their 38K Instagram followers coming back for more inspiration.

Ashley Wylde

Canada-based Ashley has dedicated their YouTube platform to topics like gender, sexuality, identity, and personal growth. Whether you’re looking for nonbinary names, swimsuits, or tips for helping other trans and nonbinary people, A’s videos can help. If you’re curious about gendered language, watch their video about why words matter.


Laurenzo’s LGBTQ+ and advocacy skits have helped them rack up 307K subscribers on YouTube. Their popular uploads include tips like, “3 Steps to Figure Out Your Sexuality” and “Am I Too Young to ‘Know’ I’m Nonbinary?”

Jordan D’Amico

Jordan is a content creator and body inclusivity advocate. He lives in Toronto and documents his delicious eats, influencer life, and much more on Instagram with his 17.7K followers. Jordan works with brands to promote lifestyle products and donates to charities that support LGBTQ+ organizations.


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