Tauragender

Tauragender Flag 2
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Here’s what the colors mean:
Red: From the false notion that bulls are angered by the color red (they are actually colorblind) and also to represent the stubbornness that is present in tauragender individuals.
Golds: From the prevalent depiction of golden nose rings bulls have.
Brown: Bulls are often brown in color.
White: To represent the good feeling a tauragender individual has when they finally accept their new gender.

Tauragender Flag 1
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Here’s what the colors mean:
Red: From the false notion that bulls are angered by the color red (they are actually colorblind) and also to represent the stubbornness that is present in tauragender individuals.
Golds: From the prevalent depiction of golden nose rings bulls have.
Brown: Bulls are often brown in color.
White: To represent the good feeling a tauragender individual has when they finally accept their new gender.

Tauragender is a zodiacgender defined as "a term use to describe when someone’s gender stays the same for an extended amount of time due to the comfort they feel with that gender. The gender may change but the individual is reluctant for that change due to stubborness [sic]. But when they do allow the change it is usually for the better.
The prefix is from the constellation Taurus: The Bull."1
See Also:
Taurgender

History of the term

Tauragender was coined on or before August 5, 20142by anonymous on MOGAI-Archive.3 The first flag was created by tumblr user cyrpticprinxe on that date.4. The second flag was posted on August 29, 2015 by Pride-Flags on Deviantart.5

MOGAI-Watch Poem

Tauragender
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I literally regurgitated
the Taurus sign definition,
but substituted “gender”
for a new MOGAI addition.

Throwing it in the garbage
with the ads and junk letters
is the only way this gender
could change for the better.

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