I spoke recently about the names that I use on Dreams. When I'm playing a male role or doing a scene where I'm my own non-binary self, I will be referred to as Blake and they/them or he/him, as opposed to being Pandora and using she/her pronouns when performing as a woman.
The fact is, this is the case for many of our performers. We strive to welcome a cast of diverse performers, and this includes gender identities. Many of our performers are non-binary, and sometimes their role in a scene will be as "they" rather than "he" or "she". It's high time we made that visible.
When a performer is non-binary and presenting as such in the scene (whether that's in their pronouns, their character is non-binary or they are playing as themself), we will use the tag X to denote this. Where a performer is non-binary and the character they are playing is gendered F or M, the tags will include this gender along with the X tag.
This means that when you're searching the site you can find the scenes that you enjoy, while respecting and reflecting the gender identities of our performers. You can find the orientation tags on our keywords page to browse the options.