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A Surprising Number Of Americans Don't See Themselves As Hyper-Masculine Or Hyper-Feminine

04/13/2015 11:55 am ET | Updated Feb 02, 2016

A surprising number of Americans are willing to reject traditional gender stereotypes, according to a new Vox poll.

Roughly 15 percent of Americans said they fall in the middle of the masculine versus feminine spectrum, saying they don't identify as more masculine or more feminine, the survey of more than 1,000 Americans, conducted by research and communications firm PerryUndem, found.

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