I wonder if this happened to someone else too.
I introduced ClassCraft to my classes today (grade 7). Most of my students were really excited about it. But one student refused to set up her character because she said she does not identify as a specific gender, but as non-binary... I don't think it is actually true, I think she was just being defiant. But still, I don't quite know how to react. I told her I would contact the "ClassCraft people" and let them know that she would like a gender-neutral character but that it might take some time...