Terms Coined on June 25, 2014
Anogender

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The blues are the color generally associated with men and the stripes are different shades because it fades in and out. The grey is the sort of unspecified part where it’s like??? gender today??? what. The repetition is the gender going away and resurfacing

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Color meanings: Colors symbolizing the different genders fading to gray and then back to represent the disappearing and resurfacing.

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The pinks are the color generally associated with women and the rest of the meaning is the same as the others.

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Color meanings: Colors symbolizing the different genders fading to gray and then back to represent the disappearing and resurfacing.

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The greens are a color often used to represent nonbinary people. I prefer it to the purple many people use because the purple is a mix of blue and pink and not all nonbinary genders are a mix or in between male and female. The rest of the meaning is the same as the others.

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Color meanings: Colors symbolizing the different genders fading to gray and then back to represent the disappearing and resurfacing.
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Anogender is a fancy way of saying genderfluid/polygender defined as "“ano/ana” meaning “up, back, again, anew”; a feeling of gender that fades in and out but feels the same whenever it comes back. different from genderfluid in that it’s one gender constantly resurfacing, rather than switching between genders"1

History of the term

Anogender was coined on June 25, 2014 by tumblr user pocketmouse.2 The first set of flags was created by tumblr user autisticdata via pride-flags-for-us on October 28, 2014.3 The second set of flags was created on January 26, 2015 by tumblr user anoboybucky (aka buckybarnes1917) via pride-flags-for-us.4

Augender

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Augender is a fancy way of saying genderfluid/polygender defined as "“aug” meaning “to increase”; a gender identity that is always growing and possibly combining other genders/gender identities and traits into one gender; similar to plugender but exists in a state of action/growth"1

History of the term

Augender was coined on June 25, 2014 by tumblr user pocketmouse.2 The flag was created by pride-flags on deviant-art on February 4, 2018.3

See Also

Cregender
Plugender

Benegender

Benegender is a personagender/esmogender defined as "“gentle, good”; a gender identity that is very low key and soft; positive gender (meaning that it’s there [not that it’s a “good” gender compared to others]; not an absence of gender). Used to describe a gender that is felt by the person/being as an undertone."1

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History of the term

Benegender was coined on June 25, 2014 by tumblr user pocketmouse.2 There is no flag.

Circumvented Gender

Circumvented Gender is a fancy way of saying you have no idea what you're talking about defined as "used to describe the act of purposely avoiding or bypassing gender in any form"1

History of the term

Circumvented Gender was coined on June 25, 2014 by tumblr user pocketmouse. There is no flag.2

Cregender

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Cregender is a fancy way of saying Genderfluid/Polygender defined as "very similar to augender (which is defined as “a gender identity that is always growing and possibly combining other genders/gender identities and traits into one gender; similar to plugender but exists in a state of action/growth”)
“cre” from “grow, create."1

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History of the term

Cregender was coined on June 25, 2014 by tumblr user pocketmouse.2 The flags were created on December 16, 2018 by anonymous and tumblr user neopronouns.3

Diagender

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Diagender is a fancy way of saying genderfluid/polygender defined as "“dia” meaning “through, across, between”; a gender that works like a diagonal line through many genders on a personal level. diagender has traits of many, but not all; some genders are closer to the line than others"1

History of the term

Diagender was coined on June 25, 2014 by tumblr user pocketmouse.2 The flag was created on or before January 22, 2018 by tumblr user mogaiflagsandlabels.3

Fluxgender

Fluxgender is a fancy way of saying genderfluid/polygender defined as "a fluctuating gender, similar to genderfluid but with no static points; a gender spectrum chosen by the person/being experiencing the gender"1

History of the term

Fluxgender was coined on June 25, 2014 by tumblr user pocketmouse.2 There is no flag.

Gendercosm

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Coined on June 25, 2014 by Pocketmouse on Tumblr. Flag created on Oct 3, 2015 by Pride-Flags on DeviantArt.

Gendercosm is a xenogender defined as "a gender identity encompassing and surpassing the limits of the earth/society, but doesn’t incorporate existing genders from society; a gender identity so grand and huge it cannot be explained by words. the opposite of gendervoid."1

History of the term

Gendercosm was coined was coined on June 25, 2014 (early on in the MOGAI movement) by tumblr user Pocketmouse.2
The flag was created on October 3, 2015 by Pride-Flags on DeviantArt.3

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My gender subsumes everything
without any question…
except existing genders–
those give it indigestion.

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Migragender

Migragender is a fancy way of saying Questioning defined as "for those who are questioning their gender and don’t want to pin it down to one or two words; who are flitting from gender to gender to see how they all feel."1

History of the term

Migragender was coined on June 25, 2014 by tumblr user pocketmouse.2 There is no flag.

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I move from my old gender
to these new ones that I chose
to see how each one feels to me–
gender’s just dress-up clothes.

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Plugender

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Plugender is a fancy way of saying genderfluid/polygender defined as "“plu” meaning “more” (as in ‘plural gender’ or 'plus gender’); may be used to describe those who have multiple genders, or who sees their gender as being one multifaceted thing, possibly comprising multiple genders into one."1

History of the term

Plugender was coined on June 25, 2014 by tumblr user pocketmouse.2 The flag was created on June 20, 2018 by mod Kau (aka arco-pluris) on beyond-mogai-pride-flags.

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