Terms Coined on February 17, 2017

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Insectumgender

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Color meanings: Beetle colors.

Insectumgender is a kingender defined as "a kin gender for people who feel that their gender is insect-like. And those who feel like our gender is like an insects also feel like their gender is close to agender or 'other' in human terms."1

History of the term

Insectumgender was coined on or before February 17, 2017 by anonymous. The flag was posted on that date by Pride-Flags on Deviantart.2

MOGAI-Watch Poem

Insectumgender
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Watch out for the pincers
protruding from my mouth–
no, it’s not a parasite,
it’s just my gender spilling out

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Netgender

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Blue is associated with "online" as opposed to brown in the rerumgender flags which is associated with "real life".

Netgender is a technogender defined as "a gender that is expressed more frequently online than in real life it can be used by itself or combined with other terms, e.g. netboy, netgirl, netnonbinary, etc.
Opposite of Rerumgender."1

History of the term

Netgender was coined on or before February 17, 2017 by unknown. The flags were posted on that date by Pride-Flags on Deviantart. [2][3][4]

MOGAI-Watch Poems

Netgender
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I’m a real live netgirl,
and Omegle is my friend;
I pretend I’m a chick on chatting sites
to mess with desperate men.
Yes, I am a man myself–
as cis as I can be–
I laugh each and every time
some schmuck jacks off to me.

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Netgender
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God, I love the internet,
where nobody knows I’m cis and het;
Catch me online in all my splendor–
that’s the place where I’m netgender.

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¿Gender

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Color meanings: Pink and blue for woman/man. Green is associated with agender, and orange is associated with bigender by the designer. White is associated with nonbinary in general. In general, the center colors are commonly associated with nonbinary genders.

¿Gender is a POCgender defined as "A gender that cannot be described in the English language. Latinx exclusive."1

History of the term

¿Gender was coined on or before February 17, 2017 by anonymous. The flag was posted on that date by Pride-Flags on Deviantart.2

MOGAI-Watch Poem

¿Gender
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I started learning Spanish
in the 11th grade,
and though I got all Cs and Ds,
a great discovery I made–

Three hundred years or more ago,
an ancestor passed through Texas
making all my family since
honorary Latinxs.

And now with the rise of Tumblr
and these great MOGAI IDs,
I’ve found the gender that
I was always meant to be.

I am ¿gender–
don’t tell me my gender’s baseless!
If you find it funny,
you’re ¿phobic and you’re racist.

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Rerumgender

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Color meanings: Brown is associated with "real life" as opposed to blue in the netgender flags which is associated with "online".

Rerumboy Flag
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Color meanings: Brown is associated with "real life" as opposed to blue in the netgender flags which is associated with "online".

Rerumgender Flag
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Color meanings: Brown is associated with "real life" as opposed to blue in the netgender flags which is associated with "online".

Rerumgender is a technogender defined as " a gender that is expressed more frequently in real life than online. It can be used by itself or combined with other terms, e.g. rerumboy, rerumgirl, rerumnonbinary, etc."1

Opposite of Netgender.

History of the term

Rerumgender was coined on or before February 17, 2017 by unknown. The first flag was posted at that time by Pride-Flags on Deviantart.2 The second and third flags were posted on May 29, 2017 by Pride-Flags on Deviantart. [3][4]

MOGAI-Watch Poem

Rerumgender
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Online I can be anyone
that I want to be,
while in real life, I’m oppressed
by the cisheteropatriarchy.

IRL I identify
as just some boring girl,
but online, I identify
as demigenderpearl.

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