Many agender people also identify as genderqueer, non-binary and/or transgender. However, some agender people prefer to avoid these terms, especially transgender, as they feel this implies identifying as a gender other than their assigned gender, while they in fact do not identify as any gender at all In fact, the term agender is considered an oxymoron among many. Since it is a lack of gender, some feel that it should not be labeled as a gender at all.
Androgyne is a non-binary gender identity associated with androgyny. Androgynes have a gender which is simultaneously feminine and masculine, although not necessarily in equal amounts. Western society currently recognizes no set gender roles for androgynes.. Because androgynes have a non-binary gender identity, they might also identify as genderqueer and/or transgender.
Bigender is a related term of transgender. As adjectives the difference between bigender and transgender is that bigender is having two genders simultaneously, eg both male and female while transgender is (narrowly|of a person) having changed gender identity from male to female, or from female to male.
Hijra is a South Asian term used for males who have physiological feminine gender identity. Transgender people may identify as heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, pansexual, polysexual, or asexual. It does not apply to any particular form of sexual orientation.