Verangender

Verangender Flag 2
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X for the unknown variable, triangle points as a veiled reference to shin (the unknown variable in pre-europeanized maths) as well as denoting the fractured nature of this identity, diagonal field to imply movement, black for the unknown of future identity, white for the erasure of past identity.

Verangender Flag 1
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X for the unknown variable, triangle points as a veiled reference to shin (the unknown variable in pre-europeanized maths) as well as denoting the fractured nature of this identity, diagonal field to imply movement, black for the unknown of future identity, white for the erasure of past identity.

Verangender is a aerogender defined as "a gender that seems to shift/change the moment it’s identified; i.e., you see a new gender label that seems to fit you, so you adopt the label, but soon after that it is uncomfortable and no longer fits your gender experience no matter how well it might have fit before; you might have a very stable, constant gender experience up until it’s identified; note: verangender can be used by itself or while continuing to label the genders you experience."1

History of the term

Verangender was coined on or before January 31, 2016 by Mogai-Lexicon.2 The flags were created on June 6, 2016 by tumblr user vergess.3

MOGAI-Watch Poem

Verangender
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Once I figure out my gender,
it’s no fun anymore–
I’m basically a five-year-old,
and I’m easily-bored.

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Verangender
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I’m not putting on a show,
I’m not being contrary—
last time I named my gender,
it morphed from void to fairy.
So although by that logic,
it’ll make my gender switch,
I’ll say that I’m verangender—
and it ain’t changing, bitch!

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