Witchgender Flag 3
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Witchgender Flag 2
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Witchgender Flag 1
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The colors of the flag don’t mean anything, but are witch-like colors. The magic circle is to represent the magical aspect of it.

Witchgender is a religiogender (or Magusgender, Magegender, or Venefigender) was originally defined as "a gender that has a closeness or connection to witchcraft and magic. It is, in a way, a magic gender. You could use it to perform strange gender magic. Or something. It is also associated with a feminine or androgynous gender expression.
Witchgender’s names come from the following things: witchgender, coming from the word “witch”; magusgender, coming from the Latin word “magus”, meaning “magic”; magegender, coming from the word “mage”, another word for “magician”; and venefigender, coming from the Latin word “venefica”, meaning witch.
Not to be confused with Genderwitched or Magigender."1

A later re-coining of the term defines it as "your identity of a witch is strongly tied to your gender identity."2

History of the term

Witchgender was originally coined on August 18, 2014 by tumblr user emipachu-archive. The first flag was created at the same time3 The flag was created on or before
August 29, 2015 by helkie-three on Deviantart.4 The third flag was posted on January 11, 2019 by tumblr user nebularomantic.5
It was re-coined on February 27th, 2017 by Sapphire Crimson-Claw6

MOGAI-Watch Poem

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I’m the witchiest effing tumblr witch
that ever cast a spell,
just to drive that concept home,
straight from MOGAI hell

I summoned up a gender
for my witchy feelings:
I’m fucking witchgender;
I hang transmeds from my ceiling.


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