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What is legal to own in Louisiana?

  • Balisong knives also called butterfly knives
  • Dirks, daggers, stilettos, and other slim knives
  • Disguised knives like belt knives
  • Undetectable knives–knives that will not set off metal detectors
  • Throwing stars and throwing knives
  • Bowie knives and other large knives
  • Rescue knives

What is illegal to own in Louisiana?

  • It is illegal to own switchblades and other automatic knives.

Restrictions on Carry:

Any knife is legal for open or concealed carry as long as it is not a switchblade.

19. Maine Knife Laws

selective focus photography of black pocket knife  <div><div><p>Jump to what you want:</p><p>People often have “gender reveal” parties for their babies. You’ll see balloons in grocery stores that say, “It’s a boy!” or “It’s a girl!” </p><p>But what if it’s neither? Or both? </p><p>Most parents don’t consider their children being anything other than a boy or a girl, so you, the gender questioning individual, must figure that out for yourself. </p><p>In such a gendered society, it’s tough to figure out if you’re non-binary or transgender. But after this article, you’ll have a little more insight on how to know if you’re non-binary, not transgender. </p><p>(Conversely, if you think you might be transgender click here)</p><p>Let’s begin with some definitions, shall we? </p><p><b>What does it mean to be non-binary? </b></p><p>Let’s start with the word “non-binary” itself. A non-binary individual is someone who identifies outside of a binary. </p><p>A binary is a categorization with only two options. Salt and pepper are a binary. Black and white are a binary. Man and woman, too, are a binary. </p><p>But there are more spices than just salt or pepper. There’s an infinite shade of gray between black and white. And, you guessed it, there are more ways to express yourself than just “man” or “woman.” </p><p>So <b>a non-binary individual is simply someone who does not consider themself a man or a woman. </b>They can feel most comfortable in between the two, switch from a man to woman and vice versa, or identify in multiple different ways. </p><p>At the end of the day, though, a non-binary individual does not feel <i>solely</i> like a man or <i>solely</i> like a woman, as cisgender people do. </p><p><b>Now to clear up some points of confusion that may result from these definitions: </b></p><p>A non-binary individual is not to be confused with an intersex individual. <b>An intersex individual is someone who was born with various male or female sex characteristics. </b>For example, someone can have a vagina <i>and </i>a Y chromosome.  </p><p>Intersex people are <i>biologically </i>between male and female. However, <b>a person’s body parts or sex characteristics does not always dictate how this person will identify.</b> So if you’re intersex, you can still identify as a man or a woman. Or neither. </p><p><i>Because it’s not the </i><i>body</i><i> that dictates gender identity, but simply how a person </i><i>feels</i><i> within their body. </i></p><p>And if you’re reading this, you’re probably feeling some type of way about the body you were born into. Let’s dig into that a little deeper. </p><p><img src=

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Non-binary means not-cis.

What is being cis?

Cis is shorthand for cisgender, or someone whose biological sexual characteristics matches up with the traditional gender identity for that body.

  • So when you see someone with boobs, wide hips, no Adam’s apple, long hair, etc, you’d think that person is woman.
  • And when you see someone with broad shoulders, short hair, muscles, body hair, etc, you’d think that person is man.

But you can have those biological characteristics and not be a man, because, again, a body does not dictate gender identity.

How we express ourselves can be in different ways in the gender spectrum. Short hair and painted fingernails can no longer be assigned to just one gender or the other. Both genders are taking it up, or no gender at all.

So with that let’s talk about practical ways you can know if you’re non-binary:

  • You don’t feel comfortable on either gender binary. You don’t want to be seen as a man, you don’t want to be seen as woman. You don’t like she/her or he/him pronouns. All in all, you feel someplace in the middle of male and female.
  • You feel as if you have to be reminded that you’re a man or woman.
  • You feel weird when someone calls you he/him or she/her. Something about they/them pronouns honor you, or you feel the best knowing that you’re not being seen as a male or female.
  • You’ve changed your appearance to be more androgynous. 

Things you’re already doing that might indicate you’re non-binary:

  • Shortening or changing your name so that it’s gender neutral.
  • Using “They/them” when describing the gender of people you don’t know. This might be because you wish someone called you by those neutral pronouns.
  • Wishing there were more gender-neutral bathrooms in this world.
  • Wishing parts of your body were different (less pronounced, fuller — especially in an androgynous way).
  • Wearing baggy, ill-fitting clothing that hides your body and secondary sex characteristics (breasts, hips, thighs, neck, etc).
  • Speaking less because of voice dysphoria. (I get misgendered the SECOND I open my mouth.)
  • Eating less. It’s sad to say, but some causes of eating disorders is latent gender dysphoria. Transgender and genderqueer individuals are about 5 times more likely to develop eating disorders than cisgender LGBTQ or heterosexual individuals.
  • Wishing you had a different name or pronouns.
  • Wanting the masculinization/feminization of hormone treatment. While you don’t have to completely masculinize/feminize yourself, some people do hormone treats to make their body more androgynous. 

Things to help figure out if you’re non-binary:

    • Change your hairstyle. Cut it, grow it, shave it, dye it.
    • Experiment with makeup. Or don’t. Buy some eyeliner and lipstick. Throw the ones you do have away. Or, hey, if you want to, give yourself a beard with some mascara. Whatever works!
    • Try on different clothing. Raid a sibling’s closet, a parent’s wardrobe, or try stuff on at goodwill. Do you like what you see?
  • Ask people to call you different pronouns or names. Sometimes that’s all you need to reaffirm your gender. If you’re not in a place where you can ask people that, websites like Pronoun Changing Room can help you out.
    • Specifically, start asking people to use “they/them” pronouns with you.

The absolute best way to figure out if you’re non-binary: navigate your euphoria and dysphoria. 

  • Euphoria is when something feels good. Dysphoria is when something feels bad (especially in relation to your gender).
  • Try to notice each time you feel good when gendered one way and feel bad gendered another way.
  • If you find non-gendered traits make you feel better than gendered traits, you’re most likely non-binary.
    • For example: You don’t like being called “sir/ma’am,” (or maybe neither elicits a response from you). You do feel good, though, when someone uses they/them pronouns with you. You feel uncomfortable in male or female bathrooms but are always relieved to find a gender-neutral bathroom.
  • Give yourself some time. It’s hard to understand euphoria and dysphoria in the moment (as other environmental/contextual factors can influence those feelings in the moment), but looking back and perhaps writing down a few key experiences may give insight to your gender identity.

A lot of this sounds like how to know if you’re trans (as a lot of these behaviors are also found on the transgender article).

At the end of the day, a lot of the same feelings of dysphoria for transgender and non-binary individuals stem from the same body issues. A lot of people who think they’re trans eventually realize that they’re non-binary and vice versa.

But I’d say the biggest indication that you’re non-binary rather than trans is that you don’t want to be seen as either male/female or man/woman. Your pronouns and gender presentation may reflect that. Or they might not.

Thing To Remember: 

  • You can feel non-binary and look like a traditional man or woman.
  • You don’t have to use they/them pronouns to be non-binary. You can use any pronoun you want.
  • Pretty much, the only criterion to being non-binary is feeling like you’re not a man or woman. (E.g., “I’m not a man or woman, I’m a human” or “I’m just me.”)

At the end of the day, you decide how you feel. But hearing other people’s stories helps validate things you’re feeling or help you realize that you’ve been feeling some type of way this whole time.

Below are some insightful YouTube videos I found. 

“How I Knew I Was Non-Binary” Personal Stories

I really like Charlie’s video describing what it feels like to be non-binary.

    • “I don’t go walking around thinking about how gosh darn neutral I am. It’s…a thing I get reminded of. When I see something for men or women it reminds me I’m neither of those.”
  • I think Charlie hits the nail. You can be androgynous and feel an affinity to male or female. But if you feel like neither you’re probably non-binary.

Jeff Miller’s video being transmasculine: being assigned female at birth but identifying more with masculine presentation and things, while not feeling like a “man.” As he says, gendered language like “man,” “dude,” “bro” makes them uncomfortable.

A video compilation by Ryan Cassata which includes a buuuunch of non-binary individuals saying what it is that makes them non-binary. Most of the responses describe feeling neutral to gender or simply not feeling male or female.

A popular non-binary bean, Ashley Wylde, describes how it feels to be non-binary. They say that being non-binary feels like having blonde hair or brown eyes. Their gender, or lack of gender, feels pretty normal.

(Please check out more great content from these YouTubers on their channels! Give ’em all the love and views they deserve).

In conclusion…

You can resonate with someone else’s coming out story or you can totally feel like your experience is unique. That’s okay.

You don’t have to rush to any conclusions. Just take your time, read up on other coming out stories and experiment with your gender until you find something you’re the most comfortable with.

Hope this helped!

I love you. So much.

– MK

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The information on All About Gender is written by a person who has extensively questioned their gender, for people who are questioning their gender. It's also a place for people to simply learn more and explore what makes them who they are.

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What is legal to own in Nebraska?

  • Balisong knives are legal to own.
  • Bowie knives are legal to own.
  • Dirks, daggers, and stilettos are legal to own.
  • Ballistic knives are legal to own.
  • Disguised knives like cane knives, lipstick knives, and belt knives are legal to own.
  • Switchblades and automatic knives are legal to own.

What is illegal to own in Nebraska?

  • It is illegal for a person who has been convicted of a felony to own a knife.
  • Fugitives are not allowed to own a knife.
  • It is illegal for a person subject to a domestic violence protective order to own a knife while knowingly violating such an order.

Nebraska L 558 redefined the term “knife” for certain provisions of the criminal code to allow hunters and anglers to possess knives with blades over 3 and 1/2 inches. Signed on April 27 and effective on September 2017.

28. Nevada Knife Laws

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What is legal to own in Colorado?

  • Dirks, daggers, push knives, and stilettos are legal.
  • Bowie knives and other large blades are legal.
  • Disguised knives like belt knives, pen knives, cane knives, and lipstick knives are legal.
  • Balisong/butterfly knives are in a legal gray area.
  • Fishing and hunting knives of any length are legal.
  • Gravity knives and switchblades are legal. (SB 008 removes gravity knives and switchblades from the State’s definition of illegal weapons.)

These knives are illegal to carry concealed in Colorado:

  • Knives over 3.5 inches are illegal.
  • Ballistic knives are illegal.
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7. Connecticut Knife Laws

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Knives that are legal in Delaware:

  • Balisong knives are legal.
  • Bowie knives and other large knives are legal.
  • Disguised knives like belt knives, lipstick knives, and cane knives are legal.
  • Throwing knives are legal.
  • Stilettos, dirks, and daggers are legal.

Knives that are banned in Delaware:

  • Knives that will not set off metal detectors and have a pointed tip are illegal.
  • Knives with brass knuckles are illegal.
  • Switchblades and gravity knives are illegal.
  • Throwing stars are illegal.

Limits to carrying knives:

  • It is legal to carry a 3-inch pocket knife or folding knife concealed.
  • Other than a 3-inch pocket knife, carrying any other type of knife concealed is illegal.

If the knife is not banned, you can carry it in the open. Only concealed carry is limited. Concealed means close enough by you that you can readily use it while being covered by something. Having a knife in your car counts as being concealed.

9. Florida Knife Laws

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What is legal to own in New Mexico?

  • Bowie knife
  • Throwing stars or knives
  • Dirk, dagger, or other stabbing knives
  • Stiletto

What is illegal to own in New Mexico?

  • Switchblade
  • Balisong or butterfly knife

32. New York Knife Laws

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What is legal to own in Vermont?

  • Dirk, dagger, or other stabbing knives
  • Stiletto
  • Bowie knife
  • Disguised knives, such as a lipstick or belt buckle
  • Throwing stars or knives

What is illegal to own in Vermont?

It is illegal to own a switchblade with a blade measuring 3 inches or longer.

Restrictions on Carry:

  • It is illegal to carry openly or concealed a dangerous or deadly weapon with the intent of using it to harm another.
  • It is illegal to carry openly or concealed a dangerous or deadly weapon onto school or government property.

Vermont law does not place any other restrictions on the carrying of knives. In 1903, in State v. Rosenthal, Vermont’s Supreme Court said that under the general laws, a person may carry a dangerous or deadly weapon, openly or concealed, unless he did it with the intent or avowed purpose of injuring another.

46. Virginia Knife Laws

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What is legal to own in Colorado?

  • Dirks, daggers, push knives, and stilettos are legal.
  • Bowie knives and other large blades are legal.
  • Disguised knives like belt knives, pen knives, cane knives, and lipstick knives are legal.
  • Balisong/butterfly knives are in a legal gray area.
  • Fishing and hunting knives of any length are legal.
  • Gravity knives and switchblades are legal. (SB 008 removes gravity knives and switchblades from the State’s definition of illegal weapons.)

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  • Ballistic knives are illegal.
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    What is legal to own in South Dakota?

    • Switchblade or any type of automatic knife
    • Ballistic knife
    • Balisong or butterfly knife
    • Bowie knife
    • Dirk, dagger, or other stabbing knives
    • Stiletto
    • Sword cane
    • Disguised knives, such as in a belt buckle or lipstick

    What is illegal to own in South Dakota?

    It is not illegal to own any type of knife in South Dakota.

    In 2006, the legislature repealed the only law prohibiting ownership of any type of knife. The former statute, 22-14-19, made it illegal for a person to own, possess, or sell a ballistic knife.

    Restrictions on Carry:

    Any knife may be carried openly or concealed.

    South Dakota’s statutes discuss dangerous weapons and carrying concealed weapons, however, neither of the statutes applies to knives, as its definition of “concealed” is “any firearm totally hidden from view.”

    42. Tennessee Knife Laws

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    What is legal to own in Kansas?

    • Bowies and other large knives.
    • Dirks, daggers, stilettos, and other stabbing knives.
    • Disguised knives like belt knives, lipstick knives, and cane swords.
    • Switchblades and other automatic knives.
    • Gravity knives
    • Undetectable knives (knives that will not set off metal detectors)

    What is illegal to own in Kansas?

    • It is illegal to own ballistic knives.
    • It is illegal to own throwing stars.

    17. Kentucky Knife Laws

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    What is legal to own in New York?

    • Hunting knife
    • Dirk or dagger
    • Stiletto

    What is illegal to own in New York?

    • Switchblades and swords
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    • Throwing stars
    • It is illegal to own any knife if you are not a U.S. citizen.
    • To own any knife adapted for use primarily as a weapon is illegal.
    • It may be illegal to own a gravity knife, without a valid hunting and/or fishing license.

    Just by having a banned knife in one’s possession already gives the presumption he or she intends to use it unlawfully against someone else as stated in one state law. In addition, people under 16 years of age are not allowed to have “any dangerous knife” in their possession. They can be considered as a juvenile delinquent should they be convicted.

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    33. North Carolina Knife Laws

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    We all know knives are important tools, but carrying or owning a knife comes with great responsibility. We have to be aware of the laws and adhere to them to avoid penalties or even worst — incarceration — a predicament you don’t want to be in for sure.

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