Virgender

Virgender Flag 2
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Here’s what the flag colours mean:
Red: To symbolise the stress/difficulty in having a gender
White: An amalgamation of all genders
Black: Genderless
The red stripes lighten as one goes down the flag to symbolise how one’s stress is causing their gender to get weaker and weaker until it goes to white and the individual is relieved of the stress of keeping up with one’s gender. The white transitions to grey and then to black to symbolise the complete lack of gender.

Virgender Flag 1
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Here’s what the flag colours mean:
Red: To symbolise the stress/difficulty in having a gender
White: An amalgamation of all genders
Black: Genderless
The red stripes lighten as one goes down the flag to symbolise how one’s stress is causing their gender to get weaker and weaker until it goes to white and the individual is relieved of the stress of keeping up with one’s gender. The white transitions to grey and then to black to symbolise the complete lack of gender.

Virgender is a zodiacgender defined as "a gender identity that is practically and particularly genderless. This usually happens when it is too stressful or difficult to have a gender.
The Prefix comes from the constellation Virgo: The Maiden."1

History of the term

Virgender was coined on or before August 13, 20142 by stevenuniversequartz. The first flag was posted at the same time by Pride-Archive3 The second flag was created on August 29, 2015 by Pride-Flags on Deviant-Art.4

MOGAI-Watch Poem

Virgender
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My gender is frazzled
and weakened by stress,
sometimes it gets to the point
where I’m nearly genderless.

Somehow, I have decided
that this must relate
to the sign of Virgo,
not to my poor mental state.

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