Pages Tagged With "Floragender"

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Floragender is a subtype of Naturogender which encompasses all MOGAI genders that are tied to (or influenced) by plants, in both a stoner and a non-stoner way.

History of the term

Floragender seems to have been used to describe plant-related genders since 2015. The generally accepted definition is "a gender that feels very deeply rooted with a specific plant/multiple plants there are obviously a lot of ways to present this way. like for example: a chyrsanthemumboy or a geraniumgirl, or a lilyenby! floragender is the umbrella though."
The flag was created by tumblr user genderqueer-dream on February 5, 2019.

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Floragender coining post (no longer findable)

List of Terms

Amanitagender

Amanitagender is a floragender defined as "a floragender that is sometimes dangerous and toxic, but other times not."1

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History of the term

Amanitagender was coined on July 30, 2018 by troll blog gender-garden. There is no flag.2

Despite the troll origins of the term, Amanitagender appears on lists of "legitimate" MOGAI terms3 and the original post it appears in was reblogged by a number of legitimate MOGAI blogs, as well.

Amlaine

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Amlaine is a floragender defined as "a gender related to almas, the tree it comes from, bitter tastes, and freshness. feels bitter, but still pleasant."1

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History of the term

Amlaine was coined on April 15, 2019 by tumblr user hawaiiaine (aka beysgender, mogai-minecraft-snail, polysexualtea, aresgoesgender, thepancherryblossom). The flag was created at the same time.2

Angiogender

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Angiogender is a floragender defined as "you feel as though your gender is influenced by (typically) angiosperm flowers."1

Specific Pronouns

From the coiner: "pronouns can vary, probably any type… it can be neonounemoji pronouns would probably be 💐/🌷/🌹/🥀/🌺/🌸/🌼/🌻, et cetera… ang/angi/angio is what my friend uses…"2

History of the term

Angiogender was coined on May 5, 2018 by mogaihara via coining/archive blog Uncommongenders. The flag was created at the same time.3

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Angiogender
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Stamen, seed pod, root, and stem
my gender has got all of them.
Even though the seed and stamen
might seem binary to a layman,

we angiogenders are unaligned
with those of bioessentialist mind.
We’d be glad to give you the lowdown,
but first, pronounce our emoji pronouns.

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Antipyreticanne

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Antipyreticanne is a floragender defined as "a gender related to willow moss."1

Arvensene

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Arvensene is a floragender defined as "a gender related to horsetails."1

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History of the term

Arvensene was coined on April 21, 2019 by tumblr user hawaiiaine (aka beysgender, mogai-minecraft-snail, polysexualtea, aresgoesgender, thepancherryblossom). The flag was created at the same time.2

Ashaeni

Ashaeni is a floragender defined as "an abinary/nonbinary xenogender related to ash trees/ash."1

Subtypes

Ashaeno: a masculine-aligned xenogender related to ash trees/ash
Ashaena: a feminine-aligned xenogender related to ash trees/ash

History of the term

Ashaeni was coined on December 10, 2018 by tumblr user hawaiiaine (aka beysgender, mogai-minecraft-snail, polysexualtea, aresgoesgender, thepancherryblossom). There is no flag.2

Aspeni

Aspeni is a floragender defined as "an abinary/nonbinary xenogender related to aspen trees."1

Subtypes

Aspeno: a masculine-aligned xenogender related to aspen trees.
Aspena: a feminine-aligned xenogender related to aspen trees.

History of the term

Aspeni was coined on December 10, 2018 by tumblr user hawaiiaine (aka beysgender, mogai-minecraft-snail, polysexualtea, aresgoesgender, thepancherryblossom). There is no flag.2

Asplenioidesifo

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Asplenioidesifo is a floragender defined as "a gender related to greater featherwort"1

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History of the term

Asplenioidesifo was coined on April 21, 2019 by tumblr user hawaiiaine (aka beysgender, mogai-minecraft-snail, polysexualtea, aresgoesgender, thepancherryblossom). The flag was created at the same time.2

Astreaeugender

Astreaeugender is a floragender defined as "a floragender that slowly matures, splitting open at maturity to reveal more delicate layers on the inside. (From astreaeus)"1

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History of the term

Astreaeugender was coined on July 30, 2018 by troll blog gender-garden.2 There is no flag.

Despite the troll origins of the term, Astreaeugender appears on lists of "legitimate" MOGAI terms3 and the original post it appears in was reblogged by a number of legitimate MOGAI blogs, as well.

Basalangion

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Basalangion is a floragender defined as "a gender related to basal angiosperms."1

History of the term

Basalangion was coined on April 21, 2019 by tumblr user hawaiiaine (aka beysgender, mogai-minecraft-snail, polysexualtea, aresgoesgender, thepancherryblossom). The flag was created at the same time.2

See Also

Angiogender

Beechi

Beechi is a floragender defined as "an abinary/nonbinary xenogender related to beech trees."1

Subtypes

Beecho: a masculine-aligned xenogender related to beech trees.
Beecha: a feminine-aligned xenogender related to beech trees.

History of the term

Beechi was coined on December 10, 2018 by tumblr user hawaiiaine (aka beysgender, mogai-minecraft-snail, polysexualtea, aresgoesgender, thepancherryblossom). The flag was created at the same time.2

Birchini

Birchini is a floragender defined as "an abinary/nonbinary gender related to birch trees."1
The masculine version is Birchino and the feminine version is Birchina.

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History of the term

Birchini was coined on February 17, 2019 by tumblr user hawaiiaine (aka beysgender, mogai-minecraft-snail, polysexualtea, aresgoesgender, thepancherryblossom). The flag was created at the same time.2 There is no flag.

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