All Acting-Related MOGAI Terms

Ellipsoidic Flag
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Ellipsoidic is a fancy way of saying genderfluid/polygender defined as "a term for multiple-gendered people where one has many genders, but one takes the most attention and perception, leaving the others in the dark. The “darkened” genders are still present and percievable [sic], but at times the main gender may feel so bright that it’s hard to feel any other genders. The gender under the “spotlight” may change, but theres always one gender that takes up a serious majority of one’s gender experience…Pronounced Ee-Lip-SOY-dic! Like an ellipsoidal light in theatre :)1"

History of the term

Ellipsoidic was coined on February 7, 2020 by tumblr user ask-a-trendy-trans. The flag was created at the same time by amino user Purple-Soul, based on a draft by the coiner.2

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Histrigender is a Personalitygender/Esmogender defined as " latin prefix histri, meaning actor; a gender that is largely or entirely put upon, a gender you adapt and act out when around others."1

History of the term

Histrigender was coined on or before August 25, 2014 by tumblr user queerspike.2 There is no flag.

MOGAI-Watch Poem

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I’m a tucute blogger–
I insisted I was trans,
and suffered great oppression
at the truscums’ hands.

Then I found histrigender,
and since my transness is an act,
it transformed my non-cis cred
from make-believe to fact.



Musegender is an artistigender defined as "a gender coined with artists/writers/roleplayers/actors etc in mind. A fluid gender influenced by the gender(s) of the characters you are drawing/writing/roleplaying/etc."1

History of the term

Musegender was coined on December 9, 2016 by bad-music on tumblr.2 There is no flag. While the original term may be a troll creation, the term appears on at least two non-troll lists.34

MOGAI-Watch Poem

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The muses moved me to create
a gender as fluid as it is great;
Whenever I write smutty things
about hot male elves in Lord of the Rings,
I become a dude myself,
and my kintype switches to an elf.
But when I write about a chick,
I become a girl, too–it’s sick!
Don’t doubt me, transphobic fools,
or I will write some smut 'bout you.


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