Mathgender

Mathgender Flag
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Mathgender is both a standalone term and a subtype of Sciencegender. Mathgender encompasses all genders that are aesthetically linked to mathematical or numerical concepts. Math was always a nightmare for me, and I can’t decide if having someone like this in my class would have made it more or less so. It would certainly have been more memorable.

History of the term

Mathgender was coined was coined on or before December 17th, 2014 by anonymous via MOGAI-Archive. It is defined as "a precise but complex gender that, the more you explore its intricacies, the more bizarre it becomes."1 The flag was created on January 13, 2019 by tumblr user mogai-flag-central.2

MOGAI-Watch Poem

Mathgender
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The more I explore my gender,
the more that I can see
how precise my gender is
within complexity.

My gender’s multifaceted,
bizarre and really cool–
but I find it appropriative that
they teach about it in schools.

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List of Terms

A

Arithmogender

Arithmogender (or Arithmagender) is defined as "a number gender. it can range from any number/s, positive, negative, decimals, fractions, etc. gender can be replaced with xirl, fluid, girl, boi, nb, nonbinary, boy, enby, etc."4

B

Bentrizilligender

Bentrizilligender is defined as "bentrizillion genders"5

Billiogender

Billiogender is defined as "being billion genders"6

C

Centilliogender

Centilliogender (or Centilligender) is defined as "centillion genders"7

Complexgender

Complexgender is defined as "a combination of two genders which are arranged as axes, and the resultant gender is a point on the plane formed by them, like a complex number."8

D

Decagender

Decagender is defined as "10 (ten) genders."9

G

Genderdox

Genderdox is defined as "multiple genders/thing and nothing/genderless at the same time summed up into one, as if a paradox hence the -dox."10

Gendernegative

Gendernegative is defined as "is related to genderflux and refers to a state when feels their gender is not present."11

Genderpositive

Genderpositive is defined as "is a term related to genderflux which refers to a state when one feels that their gender is present."12

H

Heptagender

Heptagender is defined as "7 (seven) genders"13

Hexagender

Hexagender is defined as "6 (six) genders"14

K

Kilogender

Kilogender is defined as "thousand genders"15

M

Milliogender

Milliogender is defined as "million genders"16

N

Numbergender

Numbergender is defined as "a gender relating to those who identify themselves as a number or mathematical equation. can also be a gender that revolves around all numbers in general. theres negative and positive numbergenders, and anything mathematical. numbergender can, but doesnt have to be, very organized and orderly."17

O

Octagender

Octagender is defined as "8 (eight) genders."18

P

Pentagender

Pentagender is defined as "5 (five) genders"19

Platilligender

Platilligender (or Platilliogender) is defined as "having platillion genders"20

S

Secander

Secander (or secgender/segender) is defined as "possible alternative to tangender if you feel like you have more than one gender with certainty but still flow beyond them; inspired by the secant function graph but mostly by the concept of a secant line."21

Sin(e)gender

Sin(e)gender is defined as "having two or more genders and flowing between them and reaching everything in between; inspired by the oscillations of a sine function graph."22

Statgender

Statgender is defined as "[feeling] a strong pull towards math and resonate deeply with it"23

T

Tangender

Tangender is defined as "having one gender felt with the most certainty, but then at times flowing away from it and quite possibly beyond; inspired by both the tangent function graph and the concept of a tangent line."24

Trilligender

Trilligender (or Teragender) is defined as "trillion genders"25

Trigonogender

Trigonogender is defined as "A nonbinary gender that is figuratively akin to a triangle. As in it has three different aspects but they aren’t quite distinguishable, as if they all integrate into a gender as a whole by their common grounds and distinguishing features, but there is a distinct quality of three. Something of a trinity of gender that you know is there but coexists within the same conglomerate gender. A multifaceted gender, but with a distinct quantity of facets."26

V

Venngender

Venngender is defined as "when two genders overlap with each other, creating a whole new gender; in relation to a venn diagram"27

Z

Zerogender

Zerogender is defined as "a gender or group of genders nullified when combined with its/their respective antigender(s), leading to mutual self-destruction or a similar concept of nullifying, but leaving behind seeds of potential genderedness in a spore state that could one day bloom in either direction (original gender or anti/ungender) in either specific contexts or at random, and then return to the spore state, and possibly bloom in the opposite direction after another period of hibernation. Might or might not directly relate to the mathematical concepts of positive and negative numbers, or just be the dialectical answer to a given gender dichotomy.

Some comgender or demiagender neutrois people often have compared their sense of gender to being panzerogender (pangender x panantigender), but not all neutrois people, whether or not they possess extant senses of gender identity, feel that way.

Zerogenders derived from two comgender identities may often feel comgender, but also many times their zerogender is ‘lightweight’ in comparison with the original ones (eugenders), as their owners tend to not be currently pinpointing on them and often focus on other parts of their identities instead; same applies to 0genders taken from genders that relate to partial senses of being gendered. Therefore, zerogender is not to be confused with gendernull or genderless.

Unlike with genderkrieg, the two identities do not exist at the same time, and people of any neurotype can possess one or more zerogenders."28

Zilliogender

Zilliogender is defined as "having zillion genders"29


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