Fissgender Flag 2
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Color meanings:
Red: represents the split gender. It’s red because it’s something that “pops out”, just like your genders may “pop out” to you, even if it’s because no other terms fit your gender. I know that may not represent every kind of gender, but I tried my best to think on a color that means gender that isn’t too overused, and I didn’t want to use several colors.
Brown: a fissure (the brown is there because earth is brown).
White: a divide (kind of a vacuum/hole/whatever).
Which means, there are two genders, represented by the red parts, that are separate in some way, which is symbolized by the other colors.

Fissgender Flag 1
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Fissgender is a sciencegender defined as "a gender experience that is in some way split, similar to bigender or demigenders."1

The term likely comes from the word "fission."

History of the term

Fissgender was coined on or before August 23, 2014 by unknown via MOGAI-Archive.2 The first flag was created on September 12, 2015 by Pride-Flags on Deviantart.3 The second flag was created on June 17, 2016 by tumbr user nbandproud.4

MOGAI-Watch Poem

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In Intro to Physics,
we learned all about fission,
and it’s my badass gender now,
though I risk derision.

My gender is downtrodden–
it’s fact, there is no “maybe,”
don’t tell me that I am toxic!
I’m radioactive, baby.


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