Neunixomme Pride Flag

Neunixomme or neunixvir (epinixvir or epinixomme): a gender between nixvir and neunixic/epinixene; a combination of neutromme and nixic.

Term source.

Neunixemme Pride Flag

Neunixemme or neunixera (alt: epinixera or epinixemme): a gender between nixera and epinixene/neunixic; a combination of nixic and neutremme.

Term source.

Neunixangi Pride Flag

Neunixangi or epinixangi: a gender in between epinixene/neunixic and nixangi; a combination of juxtaneu and nixic.

Term source.

Andronix Pride Flag

Andronix or andronixic: a gender in between nixangi and nixvir; a combination of nixic and androx.

Term source (probably coined by u/tinysporebat).

Gynix Pride Flag

Gynix or gynixic (alternatively: ginix or ginixic): a gender in between nixangi and nixera; a combination of gynx and nixic.

Term source (probably coined by u/tinysporebat)

Do you have the information explaining all the genders under the celestial gender system, the one that includes juparian? The original coiner, system-mogai, seems to be deactivated, so the readmore you reblogged defining them all no longer leads to anywhere, and it’s not saved in the wayback machine! I remember thinking the celestial gender system sounded cool a few years ago, and wanted to look into it again, but now I can’t find anything about it..

There’s a reblog of a post about it here!

The Plottage Pride Flag. I coined this term, I got plottied, I designed the flag, and I created the Urban Dictionary definition in the order. To quote my own Urban Dictionary post:

“The platonic/queerplatonic equivalent of marriage. To engage in plottage is to "plotty,” doing plottage is “plottying,” and having entered a plottage is “plottied.” Since some friends are incredibly close and the line between platonic (just close friends) and queerplatonic (blurring the lines between romantic and platonic social norms often to the extent of prioritizing a non-romantic relationship as much or more than a romantic one) is often blurry, either friends or queerplatonic partners can get plottied, and it’s okay if the partners plottying call their relationship different things so long as they’ve both/all agreed to it.

“Plottage is not necessarily monogamous, although it absolutely can be, and plottage ceremonies can come in all shapes and sizes. They can be large affairs or intimate little "elopements,” just like with weddings, and like with weddings, the focus of a plottage ceremony is for the bonding people to express their love and potentially lifelong commitment to each other, with the difference being that they’re not romantic. Just like with marriage, plottages can end in divorce (called breakups) or death (resulting in widowhood).
The people participating in a plottage can be called “plotmates,” although they can call themselves and each other whatever they please.
Claire: My mother told me to wait until plottage before so much as high-fiving Jason!
Monica: That’s bunk! Me and my plotmate have been plottied nineteen years and we certainly didn’t wait!
Claire: I may have agreed to plotty Jason just so I can touch him! Do you think plottying him is a bad idea?
Monica: Just be glad it’s not legally binding!
Claire: About that–
Monica: Jeepers Cripes, Claire!
Flag Meaning:
The colors are taken from the queerplatonic/quasiplatonic/quirkyplatonic/qplatonic attraction flag and have the same meaning here as they do in that flag.
The shape is modeled after the sologamy flag to represent alternative forms of love.
The inspiration for the lowercase theta in the middle comes from certain -amorous and -gamous flags having Greek letters in the middle. I picked the theta because a quick (and dubious) Google search yielded theta as the Greek equivalent of Q, and I wanted the Greek letter to represent queerplatonic/quasiplatonic/quirkyplatonic/qplatonic relationships.
🙂

Demisogender Pride Flag

Demiisogender (demimetagender/demiabsgender): being partially isogender, partially something else; a gender modality in which one is partly between, partly beyond or partly removed from cisgender/transgender dichotomy.

Torencurious Pride Flag

Torencuriosity: being primarily nomascic and noenboric (NOT attracted to men nor non-binary people) but showing/pursuing interest in men and non-binary people for any reason; wishing or considering to experiment sexual/sensual or romantic/affectional/platonic relations with men and non-binary people but you usually don’t feel attracted to them; a state of questioning when one is unsure if they are mascic and enboric.

Toren-curious individuals don’t necessarily need to be femaric/boric, they can be nullarian/a-spec. Not to be confused with urancurious.

Trixencurious Pride Flag

Trixencuriosity: being primarily nofemaric and noenboric (NOT attracted to women nor non-binary people) but showing/pursuing interest in women and non-binary people for any reason; wishing or considering to experiment sexual/sensual or romantic/affectional/platonic relations with women and non-binary people but you usually don’t feel attracted to them; a state of questioning when one is unsure if they are femaric and enboric.

Trixen-curious individuals don’t necessarily need to be mascic/boric, they can be nullarian/a-spec. Not to be confused with nepcurious.

what does surgender mean? im curious

Surgender: a gender identity where an individual has a full (100%) established gender, but they feel as if there is an extra fraction of a gender remaining. For example, one could be surgender and be 100% agender, with an additional 15% female.

Hello! My name is Zacharie and I did a redesign of the surgender flag because I’m surgender and the OG is ugly.

The purple represents additional gender.

The pink represents femininity and going beyond the box of female.

The white represents our full gender and how this identity moves beyond the binary.

The yellow represents androgyny.

The blue represents masculinity and going beyond the box of male.

The brightness of the colors and light color scheme represents our understanding of gender and how we are beyond just one.

hi! i was wondering if there’s a label for non-dysphoric dysphoria if that’s a thing??? basically i feel generally little to no negative feelings about my body but do feel dysphoria as the absence of the gender euphoria that, say, a flatter chest or deeper voice may give me. if it’s not called non-dysphoric dysphoria, is there like another kind of dysphoria besides social and body etc. that might align with this description? like non-euphoria dysphoria or smth like that? this is by no means a request as i understand those r currently closed, but if u can/could point me in the direction of a label that matches my description it would be much appreciated

You may be describing Paraphoria.

thegenderthieves:

Lavenique / Laveniq

a term for all black and mixed black lesbians

Lavenique (lav-en-eek), also called Laveniq (lav-en-ick) is here!

 It is designed for those that feel a disconnect from the lesbian label, typically due to the white-washing and white domination of lesbian history, and lesbian stereotypes – it’s open to use by any black or mixed black lesbian, and lavenique doesn’t gatekeep what lesbian as a term means, it’s all about your experience

Historically, black lesbians have been pushed out of lesbian spaces, many feeling completely excluded and choosing to use queer or gay as an alternative, so I wanted to make that alternative! 

Black wlw/nblw people all participated in their input for the term! The symbol of a violet was the most popular option for a symbol, so there’s an optional variant of the flag using this symbol! Violets are symbol of lesbian love, given by sapphics to other sapphics as a symbol of being attracted to them

Stripe meanings:

Keep reading

This is called Neuiboaric, also called Neui for short. Neui is a gender where you are feeling feminine in a unregistered way, but also feel more than 1 kind of genderless related gender. (for example, gendervoid and nanoagender.) It’s almost like trigender, but specifically genderless feelings and feminine feelings. Other genders in the same family as Pauriboaric are like this gender, but instead of unregistered feminine feelings, it’s either male, or enby/nonbinary.

This is a gender called Mogi. Mogi is a gender when you feel more genderless than a feeling like a girl, but still feel as if you are a girl. The faded light pink is to represent the very small feeling as a girl, and the faded dark purple represents genderless/gendervoid. Please, feel free to use/edit this flag!! #mogi

imsingi:

some flags I did for objectum terms!

and coined the names since no one else has

Amusrum:

A subset of Objectum where the user is attracted to amusement park rides. Can be platonic or romantic.

Sculptum:

When the user is attracted to things that they create themselves. Can be sculpted, needle felted, etc.

Qulitum:

When the user is attracted to blankets and/or qulits.

Onsum:

When the user is attracted to a specific food or recipe.

~Transid Mogai Alliance Flag ~

Glad to see this blog posting again! Figured I would submit a flag here, if you’re okay with posting it. This is the Transid-Mogai Alliance flag! This is for people who are transid/transx and mogai, or people who are only one but support the other!

Sorry for the poor quality yes I did make this in 5 minutes why do you ask.

Just a simple flag that combines the Transid and Mogai flags!

Flag of nonbinary people that use neutral grammatical gender in Polish language. There is moose with crowbar on the flag, because 1st and 2nd person singular past tense gendered suffixes for neutral grammatical gender are respectively łom (crowbar) and łoś (moose).

a-romantic–aromantic:

a-romantic–aromantic:

romo aro:

[romantic aromantic], an opt in umbrella term for aros who are romance favorable, partnering, lovequeer, experience some amount of romantic attraction (ex greyros or arospecs), desire romantic attraction or relationships, or otherwise identify with the term. ; seems or feels “too romantic to be aromantic”

The identity also encompasses anyone who is aro/ arospec whose attraction or other actions/experiences/feelings could be viewed as “romantic”.

popularized by @a-romantic–aromantic , and flag by @a-romantic–aromantic and @m-spec-solidarity(deact)

ID: the original romo aro flag. it is the normal aro flag with 5 even stripes (green, light green, white, grey, black) but there are two thinner light pink stripes on either side of the white, making the white thinner as well. /End ID

The post where the main romo-aro flag got coined/made: source

The source the usually gets cited for the main romo aro flag: source

The high quality version of the romo aro flag: source

Alt Romo Aro Flag

designed by @arokill , takes inspiration from both the aro and cupio flags

ID: alt romo aro flag. the colors, from top to bottom: green, soft green, pale green, white, light pink, white, muted purple, desaturated purple, and dark purple. /End ID

I tried crossing the Polinumgender with Fempotius, here’s how it turned out, what do you think???

Anyone can use this if you want!!!!

arcanegender / arcanic: a gender that feels connected to draconic magick, arcane magick or the arcana ( tarot, etc ) ( other ideas include dracogender, draconic )

i am unable to make a flag, however my personal concept for colours 

arcane/archaic usually invokes dragons, which are generally portrayed as reptiles ( the west being more dinosaur like and the east being more serpentine ) and the colour usually assigned to reptilians is green
purple is for arcanic magick, my reasoning for it being purple? honestly just taking inspiration from pokemon and the dragon typing
red is for fire, another trait shared by east and west dragons and fire is also usually associated with the arcane
black is mystery, very few understand and are able to control dragons and their magick

Nameself Pride Flag

  • Blue = given names.
  • Pink = chosen names.
  • Yellow = traditional names.
  • Green = non-traditional names.

Submitter wishes to be anonymous.

I don’t know if you have a flag that represents temposexual yet so I decided to go off of what the other person submitted and make one.

It’s not the best but it’s what I could do with the supplies around me. I hope you like it.

This is my version of the agender flag, since I didn’t really mind the original one for various reasons. The link has those reasons, as well as the meanings behind the stripes.

I submitted a version of this flag before, but after input from the POC community, I tweaked a few things. Here’s the updated flag and reasons why:

This is mallegender!

It’s a dark fluid gender with grassy undertones.

genderqueerpositivity:

Hey it’s Nonbinary Day.

(image description: a background with stripes in the colors of the nonbinary pride flag, there is a white box with a lavender outline in the center, the box has purple text inside that says “International Nonbinary People’s Day” and the date “July 14th”).

The 2022 Gender Census is now open!

gendercensus:

[ Link to survey ]

The ninth annual international gender census, collecting information about the language we use to refer to ourselves and each other, is now open until 13th August 2022.

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After the survey is closed I’ll process the results and publish a spreadsheet of the data and a report summarising the main findings. Then anyone can use them for academic or business purposes, self-advocacy, tracking the popularity of language over time, and just feeling like we’re part of a huge and diverse community.

If you think you might have friends and followers who’d be interested, please do reblog this blog post, retweet this tweet, boost this Mastodon post, check out this post on Reddit, and share the survey URL by email or at AFK social groups or on other social networks like Facebook. Every share is extremely helpful – it’s what helped us get 44,000 responses last year.

Survey URL: https://survey.gendercensus.com

The survey is open to anyone anywhere who speaks English and feels that the gender binary doesn’t fully describe their experience of themselves and their gender(s) or lack thereof.

Thank you so much!

[ Link to survey ]

#lesbian #pansexual #panbian

an queer flag!

[image description: a black flag with a black v-shaped stripe in the center, between two fluid curvy abstract shapes: a lavender one above & a magenta one below]

an inclusive queer pride flag to add to the mix! the black stripe in the middle represents solidarity with closeted queer people. the rest is up to interpretation~

(an queer flag is in the public domain, and an svg version is available on Internet Archive)

So there’s a gender called voidmasc, and I thought there should be a fem version, called voidfem/voidfeminine, could you make a post please? Idk how to do this but I already made the flag, it’s basically the voidmasc one but with raspberry instead of storm skies

I already made a SGL flag 😅 just figured MOGAI wouldn’t want it

Agapegender – A gender relating to Eros, best described with love, passion, and curiosity.

Deformic

A gender influenced by one’s struggle with identity, feeling as if their identity/gender is deformed or distorted. Usually because of a traumatic event or abuse. But this term is not exclusively for trauma/abuse survivors.

This term doesn’t have a flag yet.

Wavership Pride Flag

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my best friend & wavermate just recently realized that a wavership best describes what we have and this was our take on a pride flag for it!

the red symbolizes a romantic and/or sexual relationship, the hot pink symbolizes lust, light pink is love, purple is for mystery as the exact nature of the relationship is not really known, deep blue is for loyalty, light blue is for communication, and yellow is for friendship!

the idea was to create a “gradient” of sorts between a friendship and a relationship, with mystery falling in the middle.

The Alexi flag that is currently posted is incorrect. Would it be possible to upload this one instead for people to find? It comes from a group effort in a Alexithymia community to put together. 
This is the explanation behind the design.
“The stripes of greys represent our unfortunate inability to feel normally. The inside colorful circle is the same colors as the Feeling Wheels that we use a lot in Therapy. The outer circle though is the monochrome of those feelings to represent they are buried in us somewhere. We just have a barrier blocking them.“ 

Your flag is the only one to show up on Google right now and I’m not sure if yours are created specifically by you or this is a collection of the official ones but it would be greatly appreciated to upload the one the Alexi community decided on.  

Hi, I’d like to submit my own flag! It’s clowngender, a xenogender connected to clowns!

Oneirogender: derived from the Greek “oneiro,” which means “dream or fantasy,” and “gender,” which means “related to gender,” hence, “experiencing dreams or fantasy of having a gender.”

The term “oneirogender” is a gender identity of being agender, but having recurring fantasies or hallucinations of being a specific gender but without desire to indeed be that gender all the time.

Alternate kit/kits pronoun flags!

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Created with these things in mind:

– visual compatibility with the classic trans flag

– blue for masculine-leaning folx using kit/kits

– purple for nonbinary-leaning folx using kit/kits

– pink for feminine-leaning folx using kit/kits

– white for abinary and nonhuman/kin folx using kit/kits

you can ignore this if you don’t post pronoun flags! figured these would go good on this blog; love this blog, btw! 

Alternative Alterous Pride Flags

Just some alternative pride flags for alterous attraction that I made since I’ve heard that a lot of alterous folks (myself included) don’t like the two most popular flags. The third design has soft reddish-pink stripes that can be read as either colour, or both at the same time, while the fourth design is the same flag but with definate pink stripes added.

red: romantic attraction

yellow: platonic attraction

pink: queerplatonic attraction

blue: alterous attraction

I’ll admit I’m not that much of a fan of the Regisgender flag, so I hope you don’t mind I made an alternative! 

I was originally going to go with Royal blue, but that seemed to obvious, so I went with Maroon instead.  I wanted to do gold stripes AND a gold crown, but that clashed a lot and it looked like a ripoff of the original Leogender flag.  Thus I went with a Rose gold-ish colour. 

The Maroon and Rose Gold royalty.  The White represents a gender outside the binary.  And crown is just a crown that also symbolises royalty.  I’ll submit the Kinggender and Queengender flags next!

Gizmo Fictionkin: identifying partly, circumstantially/conditionally or completely as Gizmo.

According to Urban Dictionary, amnolite (am-no-liht) means: “abstaining from romantic partnerships. Like with celibacy, which is abstaining from sexual relations, there are a number of reasons a person may choose to be amnolite. These reasons may be simply wanting to take a break from romance for whatever reason, no desire pursuing a romantic relationship with their crush to begin with or are aromantic*

"The period of time being amnolite is amnolitacy.

”*Aromantics do not experience romantic attraction. Some aromantics may give romantic relationships a try to experiment or for some form of intimacy. While it’s possible for them to become emotionally close to & care for their romantic partner they can not reciprocate romantic feelings.

Person A: Heeyy, do you think we can go out sometime tomorrow afternoon? Maybe go…

"Person B: Sorry, I’m amnolite.

"Person A: Oh…kay =/”

Now onto the meaning of my design for the amnolite flag:

Blue represents both the freedom associated with being single, as well as non-romantic emotional sensitivity.

Ruby Red represents sexual passion and how amnolite people are not obligated to be abstinent if they don’t want to be, and can have as much or as little sex as they want within the realm of consent.

The spring Green Heart has two meanings: Romantic love is often represented in various shades of pink that when inverted yields shades of spring green. The first meaning of the spring green heart specifically represents avoiding romantic love and actions. However, green hearts are also sometimes used to refer to love in the abstract, platonic love, familial love, the love of nature, or whatever else. The second meaning of the spring green heart is a continued ability and choice to love in non-romantic ways.

Here’s the Kinggender flag!  This time the blue represents masculinity! The other colours are obviously the same

Overfemme flag design

Hi! I have recently begun to identify with overfemme and I feel really happy with this label. When I looked up if it had a flag, I came across the one on this blog. While there’s absolutely nothing wrong with your flag, I personally didn’t really connect with it or feel like it really captured the feel of the identity. In your FAQ you encourage people to make their own and will even post them, so I got inspired and decided to do just that!

The pink circle in the center represents female identity, and the green line curving above it the “jump” over the female binary into otherness (symbolised with green, an unusual colour not associated with binary gender).

The light pink represents traditional feminine presentation, the yellow represents non-binary identity (overlapping with the green line), and the white between it all symbolises unity, solidarity and togetherness – all together showing a gender that is deeply feminine at its core, but also something else entirely in its own right!

Thank you for this neat blog and for inspiring me to be creative ❤ (if you repost this, you can just credit me as Merimutt, that’s what I’m known as everywhere haha)

Mimegender is an aesthitigender in relationship to mimes and their aesthic of being silent artistic and having an emotional balance

i couldn’t find a flag or term for this so i wanted to share what i made!

sensugender – a gender that is affected by sensory processing disorder or a related neurodivergency that involves sensory overload/underload (like adhd or autism). it may fluctuate in intensity, or change to another gender.

it can be used with any other gender (eg: sensuboy/sensugender boy, sensugirl/sensugender girl, etc) and is meant for neurodivergent people 🙂

the pastel blues and greens are taken from the spd flag and pastel yellow is meant to represent nonbinary gender or complex relationships with your gender

Agender, Demiromantic, Asexual or ADA

Cheese gender! Officia pride flag for the neopronouns of cheese/cheesy/cheeser 

examples!

oh, cheese is just in cheesy room

cheeser is a great runner

cheesy is pretty talented 

I have 2 friends who identify as cheese gender so I wanted to share it to the world even more!

Hi! I was wondering if I could submit these two flags. Left (purple – blue) is vincian mascfluid, right (purple – peach) is sapphic femfluid. I don’t know if there’s already a term to describe these two, but I was requested to make these flags and I really love them ^^!

Gremlin Fictionkin: identifying partly, circumstantially/conditionally or completely as a gremlin.

And the queengender flag! The pink stripe represents femininity!

Hello! I redesigned the androgyne flag, I would like others to see it!

The dark blue stripe represents masculinity
The light blue stripe represents community
The purple stripe represents androgyne identity
The light pink stripe represents love
The dark pink stripe represents femininity

I redesigned it to have less eyestrain and to look less like the bi flag. Please feel free to use it for stickers and edits and things!

I wanted to use the Femboy flag you posted here but I noticed the quality was really low and couldn’t find a better version anywhere, so I remade it to be 4000×2400 px & sharper.

Ok so i made a xenogender bc i have an attachment to rocks and minerals and couldnt find a good gend to describe it so. Yea. And i found a picture of a really fluorite crystal and was like “yeah thats my gender” so wham bam i made a gender
Its uhh Myrgender (after a latin word for fluorite i think?) and i made the flag by colorpicking from pictures of fluorite crystals 😀
hope this works

The Aspiritual (Aspir) Flag.

Someone who is aspiritual or aspir (pronounced “a-spear”) experiences little to no spiritual attraction and or desire. This is different from being an atheist or nonreligious, as being an atheist is about lacking belief in a god or gods and being nonreligious is about not practicing a religion, an aspir individual may be a theist, religious, an atheist, nonreligious, or anything else.

Spiritual attraction is defined by wanting to form spiritual bonds with another person in particular, such as wanting to pray with someone, meditate with someone, study under a spiritual leader, or other such activities that society deems spiritual in nature. An aspir person may or may not still do all of those activities, but experiences little to know attraction or desire to do so. I myself am aspiritual and I grew up going to a church I liked, and I intend to go back after the pandemic.

One of the reasons I decided to make this flag and label is because I’ve never had a spiritual experience, I don’t want to have a spiritual experience, and my feelings were often downplayed by people who regularly do. Whenever I’ve heard people describe themselves as spiritual, or talk about their spiritual experiences, or about this spiritual leader they gush over, or complain about their church not being spiritual enough, I’ve always struggled to understand what they mean. I know some of the recipes for creating spiritual experiences in other people from years of observation and planning a few worship services, but I’ve never personally felt it. I’ve had profound experiences that others may have described as spiritual if they’d experienced them, but they didn’t feel spiritual to me, and even felt slightly overrated. I’ve been pressured to participate in spiritual activities and found the activities a mixture of underwhelming and unsettling, then had my dismay about the whole thing downplayed in favor of the majority opinion of my allospiritual peers, and not had language to explain why I was so upset. Now I’ve invented the language. I’m aspiritual, this is my flag, anyone can use it, I encourage its use.

Bacchicgender- a gender that fluctuates and is neither completely masculine nor feminine; a gender that feels wild and carefree; mainly for worshippers of Dionysus but anyone who feels a connection or love for him may use it

Aycir/Ayciric

a fluid gender that seems to have infinite/hard to describe facets. while an aycir can present as anything, their gender isn’t strictly masculine, feminine, or neutral. an aycir may lean more towards one or more of these, though.

comes from the words Ay (adj. meaning ever, indefinite time) and Circum- (prefix meaning circular, as circles have both infinite and no sides)

colors are grey and purple (mystery), blue (fluidity), yellow (spontaneity)

(squiddoggender, gendersquiddog, squiddogender, gendersquiddo, canisquidgender)

A Xenogender That Could Be Related To Squid Dogs…

This gender could be someone identifying as otherkin of fictokin or who’s gender closely related to Squid Dog from Changed.

Pronouns: Any pronouns

Gay men’s flag.

As soon as rainbow six coloured flag is associated with the whole LGBT movement, we have decided to introduce homosexual men’s flag.

The flag is represented by all homosexual male diversity and is comprised of cold colour range from azure to blue. This is an analogue of lesbian’s flag which is comprised of rose and red colours.

The flag has seven horizontal stripes. First top three stripes are coloured in azure gradation from dark to light: azure, sky blue, light sky blue. The fourth stripe is white. The fifth stripe is grey light blue. Last sixth and seventh stripes are blue, from light to dark.

Ravenhoarder

Also known as Genderhoarder, Gender Collector, or Hoardgender.

an identity in which one’s gender is gender is fluid or fluctuating, but one can’t find just a few terms to describe what their fluctuating gender is, so they “hoard” gender terms that fit them. This term is similar to drakefluid but is not exclusive to dragonkin or otherkin.

Ravenhoarder is an identity with a flag that falls under the similar look and feeling of Turkeyhoarder and Kiwihoarder while incorporating the original Genderhoarder flag.

Madcomromantic: a new term I’ve coined for people who are romantically attracted to Madness Combat characters.

[Antigendersexual/romantic might be this, but it seems to only towards agender people so…]

Nonentigensexual

Nonenti [from nonentity = state of non-existence] + gen [short for gender]

Nonentigensexual/romantic describe someone who is only attracted to people on the agender spectrum. [1% to 100% agender]

Black = attraction to the absence of gender.

dark gray = attraction to semi-genderlessness

White = attraction to the absence of gender.

Green [HEX: #BAF584] = androgynous/xenine presenting agender-spec partners.

Blue orchid [HEX: #1F45FC] = masculine presenting agender-spec partners.

Amethyst [HEX: #9C59D1] = unisex presenting agender-spec partners.

Deep pink [HEX: #FF1B8D]= feminine presenting agender-spec partners.

I didn’t like the original Litian flag, so I made my own!
Affectionately named the “beach Litian flag” because it looks like sand and water.

Litian: an individual who is both mlw & mlnb

Term coined by: @arco-pluris

Alt flag by: https://buzzly.art/~chronic-rose

Flag meaning (from top to bottom):
Teal: Male-Aligned Genders
Cyan: Masc-Aligned Genders
White: Attraction of any kind
Yellow: mlnb
Peach: mlw

Here’s a flag that I made (it’s a little messy) bc I couldn’t find it anywhere

I couldn’t find the meaning of the colors of the currently most used cupiosexual flag so I made an alternative version

Dark purple is for sex

Medium purple is for aspec

Light purple is for asexuality

Turquoise is for whole

Bright green is for sexuality

Light green is for sex-favorable

Yellow is for lack of attraction 

Ps.: even though light green is for sex-favorables it doesn’t mean all cupiosexuals are sex-favorable, just wanted to be clear that is not what I mean at all!

Rainygender – A gender identity that is mostly genderless or gender indifferent, but when it rains, a gender emerges, then vanishes once it stops raining and the person goes back to being genderless or gender indifferent. 

Midnight black – Lack of gender and night sky.

Cloudy grayish brown – Cloudy skies and partial gender.

White – All genders.

Fern green – Fern plants were thought to bring rain.

Lavender purple – Inverted fern green.

Dark soil brown – When rain hits soil, it produces the scent of petrichor.

Pan-Ish

Pan-ish is the attraction to all genders, with the exception of one or more genders (although only a small amount).

For example, someone could be attracted to all genders except masculine men.

It’s a lot like poly, but its more specific!

Term coined by: Artsyyy

The pink means fem-aligned, the yellow means xenic individuals, the purple represents non-binary genders, and the blue represents masc-aligned genders. The white symbol is in the :/ face, which conveys indifference.

Lunar eclipse sappho flag: inspired by the moon eclipse lesbian flag and the lesbian flag by @alterniflora

The concept is similar to the lunar eclipse lesbian one but for sapphics, is a mix between a sun sapphic and a moon sapphic, but mostly masc presenting or masculine aligned

A lunarian masc aligned person, but can also represent solarian feminine aligned people

Differently from the lunar eclipse lesbian, it can be a gender, more precisely a sapphicgender (when one’s sapphic identity heavily affects, correlates with, or influences their gender)

Diamoric and Trixic combination flag! I used the colours from the trixic flag, and used a flower from the Myrtaceae family to represent diamoric.

Toric and Diamoric flag! I used the colours from the toric flag, and a flower from the Myrtaceae family to represent diamoric.

Demifaun is a non binary gender identity under the umbrella of demigender identities. It is closely related to the demifae and demiflor identities.

Anyone who identifies partially as one or more genders that is not feminine or female can be found under this umbrella

HEYY

Ik it’s been like 3 or so years but I’m sorry. Sorry for making funnof xenogenders and neopronouns and stuff. I’ve become a better person and I’m not an idiot like I was then! I think ur account is AMAZING bc 1. It actually helped me to understand how diverse and beautiful ppl are 2. Snapped me out of cringe culture 3. Made me realize tht I’m xenogendered myself 4. helped me realize tht my adhd is a huge part of it 5. you are a huge positive force on tumblr! Thank you for being you ❤️ it means alot to everyone!

Vriskakingender/Vriskagender

A gender where one feels like their gender is similar to the character Vriska, or Vriska’s gender. May be a Vriska kin, or may have some other connection to her.

Pronoun ideas & color explanations under the cut.

Pronoun Ideas

-8/8s/8self

-spider/spiders/spiderself

-troll/trolls/trollself

-scorpio/scorpios/scorpioself

-blue/blues/blueself

-light/lights/lightself

-luck/lucks/luckself

Color Meanings

The dark blue stripe represents the darker aspects of Vriska’s personality.

The gray stripe represents a moral gray area.

The light yellow stripe represents light and luck.

The light blue stripe represents the lighter aspects of Vriska’s personality.

The black stripe represents a darker and/or complicated past.

Metagender

a label where your gender identity is located in the very center of the gender spectrum

Color meanings

Pink – female and female-aligned genders

Purple – xenogenders and nonbinary genders

White – neutral genders

Black – where your gender is located; the center

Terms I’m coining about coining.

Soulcoining- based off soulbonds. Soulbonds are a type of headmate were you make a connection to someone from a different universe, usaully a fictional character. Soulcoining is when a soulbond brings a term that exsits in their universe of orgin into this universe. They never coined the term in the original universe but did coin it here.

Kincoining- This is made in a simlar sense. Kincoining is when you coin a term you remember exsiting and/or identified with in a kin past life.

I coined a gender term and made its flag, which is above. It’s called idemgender, since the definition of it is similar to idemiromantic.

Idemgender is defined as when someone prefers to define their gender through other, related, characteristics of theirs. For instance, their sexual/romantic orientation and/or the labels they use to describe that, pronouns, preferred gendered terms, preferred manner of dress and presentation, etc, are how they gain insight into and form a description of their gender.

The flag colors represent the following: gray for a more vague definition of gender, orange for describing gender through pronouns and/or presentation, white for gender non-conformity, and pink for describing gender through sexual/romantic orientation.

I’m questioning my gender but this term describes some of my feelings about it so I might use it for myself. I hope this helps other people label their gender as well!

Kitgender – a catlike gender symbolising grace, curiousity and overall love for soft things.

The lines (both vertical and horizontal) represent colors of a cat’s pawbean, while the purple diamond shape represents love for shiny things.

The inside rectangle represents the purple sky at dawn.

Flag for trans men

Not meant to replace the trans flag obviously but lots of trans men don’t feel represented by the pink white and blue flag for various reasons. With and without chevron.

The chevron:

– grey triangle for questioning people

– white arrow for coming out to yourself

– black arrow for those who are closeted and stuck between knowing and transitioning

– white arrow for transitioning (socially, medically, whatever)

Colors; different shades for the different experiences trans people have and the different paths they take to transition, and broadly some characteristics

– Dark blue for empathy and support

– Light blue (the same shade as the trans flag) for change and growth

– Lavender, which is often associated with queerness, for community and wholeness

– Orange for kindness

– Red for strength, power, and courage

Weddingcoric – A gender linked or related to wedding aesthetics or anything associated with weddings. Could be described as feeling prim and proper, yet kind, gentle, and full of happiness. Could also be described with golds, whites, soft yellows and pastels, lace and silk, cake and sweets, and the chiming of church bells. Can have any alignment and can be combined with any other gender.

This is a gender label I made way back in 2018 on amino. Flag made by a friend, not sure if they have tumblr.

You don’t have to think of the colors and things I included, if you feel your gender is related to weddings in any way, than you can use this term as much as you want.

Bisexual and Diamoric flag. I used colours from the bisexual flag, and a flower from the Myrtaceae family to represent diamoric identity.

here is my buggender flag!!! :] i’m not sure what else to say here

(Disconsider my first submission of this flag, I wasn’t so familar with the ‘lunarian’ concept and this one is also better worded)

Lunar eclipse sappho flag: inspired by the lunar eclipse lesbian flag and the lesbian flag by @alterniflora

The concept is similar to the lunar eclipse lesbian one but for sapphics, a mix between a sun sapphic and a moon sapphic who is mostly, but not only, masculine presenting and/or aligned

Diffently than lunar eclipse lesbian, can also be a gender, similar to saphboy

Can be used by any masc who feel connected to womanhood somehow, speacially through being sapphic, and also by both masc aligned sapphic lunarians and fem aligned sapphic solarians

I really love @varioriented-pride’s Bi-Gay flag and wanted to create one inspired by it for my pansexual friends. So here’s my take on a Pan-Bi flag. It could also be seen as an alternative flag for Gay Pan, Gaypansexual, or any other similar identity such as those listed in the descriptions of the identities linked, or if you feel it fits your identity if it’s not listed!

Enbisian • a nonbinary person (non-aligned or woman-aligned) attracted exclusively to other nonbinaries (non/woman-aligned) & binary women (trans and cis)

Souplemour: A relationship that is flexible between romantic and queer platonic.

Useful for grayromantic, aroflux, and other arospec identities where levels of romantic attraction vary during a relationship.

Souplemour can also be used to describe a partner that you’re in a souplemour with.

Souple” is French for “flexible,” and “mour” comes from the French “amour” meaning love.

Flag meaning:

The two red stripes represent varying levels of romantic attraction

Pink represents a relationship that may look romantic in nature but is not

Orange represents flexibility between romantic and queer platonic attraction

The two yellow stripes represent varying levels of queer platonic attraction

(Created by my grayromantic headmate to describe his relationship with his souplemour)

Flag for vy/vyx/vys/vys/vyxself

klepto-ideinity

A neuro ideinity for people with Kleptomania, who steal genders, sexualitys, orientations, attractions, persona’s, names, ocs. While they wouldn’t necessarily identify with without Kleptomania, they do want to identify with it out of a compulsion to steal.

Even though they know it’s wrong, they might privately or outwardly steal Identites that they don’t actually have the ability to identify with- for example, neurogenders that they don’t have access to, cultural specific genders that they can’t really id with, etc.

7 stripes, dark blue, bright purple, cyan, white, cyan, bright purple, dark blue. In the center is a symbol evocative of rams horns, and written around the horns in a circle is a series of glyphs. 

The glyphs are in Voidyzian and spell the word 'Fiendish'.

-Designed by Lilyana aka The Trans FiendlingALT

Fiendgender: a xenogender for those who do not see themselves nor their gender as attached to hunanity but to the entities of spirit and magic often called fiends or demons.

I submited a cupio flag recently and it was so much fun I decided to do it again, so the moderators will probably hear from me again lol

This is an alternative queerplatonic flag

Light blue is for whole relationships

Light green is for grey-aro spec

Green is for aromaticism

The gradient means the gradient between romatic atraction: pink, and friendship: blue, the yellow in the middle is for (queer)platonic relationships

Light pink is for emotional closeness

Fuchsia is for phisycal affection

Purple is for love (in whatever shape or form)

Demifluid Transgender

When you’re trans man/trans woman and demifluid!

Think of it as, you’re transgender (static) while partially fluid with any gender or specific ones (not static), for example a demifluid transboy who’s fluidity is between demigirl and demineutral!

The coiner of the term doesn’t want to take credit because I believe this is something that already exists but had no flag before.

Fakebian (Reclaimed)

Flag inspired by the Aurora Lesbian flag by kenochoric and by the tucute flag by squishee-pop

Fakebian: a term for people questioning if their identity in regards to lesbianism is fake, or not real, to the point where impacts the rest of their identity.

Scenegender – A multi-aligned gender that is carefree, loud, all over the place, “Randum”, and does not care what others think.

Definition: Wolfdoggender is a gender connected to wolves, dogs, and wolfdogs! It is connected to both nature and civilisation!

The Dark grey symbolizes wolves, The Light grey symbolizes concrete, White symbolizes the thin line between domestication and ferality, the green symbolizes nature, the brown represents dogs, and the pawprint represents canines!

It can be a kingender!

xenobi – a person who is xenic and loves women and men

xlw, xlm (flag by amerafluid on tumblr, requested by me)

ADHD Types Pride Flags

Impulsive/Hyperactive Type ADHD Pride Flag

A flag with five horizontal of the same sizes. Their colors are, from top to bottom, orange, pastel orange, white, cyan and light blue. There is a black butterfly symbol in the center of the flag.

  • Impulsive/hyperactive type: This type of ADHD is the least common type of ADHD. It is characterized by impulsive and hyperactive behaviors without inattention and distractibility. For example: being excessively impulsive, interrupting conversations, impulse buying, blurting out answers instead of waiting to be called upon, taking risks without thinking before acting, fidgeting excessively, difficulty engaging in quiet activities, inability to stay on task…

[Image ID: A flag with five horizontal of the same sizes. Their colors are, from top to bottom, orange, pastel orange, white, cyan and light blue. There is a black butterfly symbol in the center of the flag.]

Flag Meaning:

  • Orange: Hyperactivity.
  • Pastel orange: Pride in being neurodivergent.
  • White: Variation of hyperactive symptoms and diversity of ADHD people.
  • Cyan: Solidarity between inattentive, hyperactive and combined adhd people.
  • Light blue: Impulsivity.
  • Butterfly Symbol: ADHD.

Inattentive/Distractible Type ADHD Pride Flag

A flag with five horizontal of the same sizes. Their colors are, from top to bottom, green, pastel green, white, pastel violet and violet. There is a black butterfly symbol in the center of the flag.

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  • Inattentive/distractible type: A type of ADHD characterized predominately by inattention and distractibility without hyperactivity. For example: excessive daydreaming, being easily distracted, being forgetful, making careless mistakes, losing or misplacing objects, short attention span, having poor organizational skills, difficulty attending to details…

[Image ID: A flag with five horizontal of the same sizes. Their colors are, from top to bottom, green, pastel green, white, pastel violet and violet. There is a black butterfly symbol in the center of the flag.]

Flag Meaning:

  • Green: Distractibility.
  • Pastel green: Pride in being neurodivergent.
  • White: Variation of inattentive symptoms and diversity of ADHD people.
  • Pastel violet: Solidarity between inattentive, hyperactive and combined adhd people.
  • Violet: Inattention.
  • Butterfly Symbol: ADHD.

Combined Type ADHD Pride Flag

A flag with five horizontal of the same sizes. Their colors are, from top to bottom, orange, pastel orange, white, pastel violet and violet. There is a black butterfly symbol in the center of the flag.

  • Combined type ADHD: The most common type of ADHD. It is characterized by the combination of impulsive and hyperactive behaviors as well as inattention and distractibility behaviors.

[Image ID: A flag with five horizontal of the same sizes. Their colors are, from top to bottom, orange, pastel orange, white, pastel violet and violet. There is a black butterfly symbol in the center of the flag.]

Flag Meaning:

  • Orange: Hyperactivity and impulsivity.
  • Pastel orange: Pride in being neurodivergent.
  • White: Variation of combined symptoms and diversity of ADHD people.
  • Pastel violet: Solidarity between inattentive, hyperactive and combined adhd people.
  • Violet: Inattention and distractibility.
  • Butterfly Symbol: ADHD.

Flags inspired by this ADHD pride flag.

Hey BMPF followers. It’s Fy. Been a couple years. Sorry for the sudden disappearance. Long story short: COVID affected my life, as I’m sure it has for many of you. Given my current physical limitations, I’m not sure if I’ll ever be able to have this blog up and running like it used to be. I’m not sure what direction (if any) I will take here, but for now I’ll be queuing up submission posts. I didn’t want to leave all the awesome flags you’ve all submitted to gather dust in the inbox.

capricorn-0mnikorn:

spoonietimelordy:

bismuth-209:

on the search for a slightly improved Improved Disability Pride Flag

so. a couple hours ago @capricorn-0mnikorn answered an ask about the disability pride flag she made. it included an open request for people to try and make new images of this flag, fiddling with colour values and making more hi-res versions. i happen to know my way around a vector software, so i just spent some time fiddling and i have three things to share.

first off: the original in more pixels

i simply colourpicked from the original image and this is that. the dimensions are also slightly different, this is the dimensions that google tells me flags are typically in.

secondly, i fiddled with the colours

the colours have a bit more contrast here, i think, but still hopefully low contrast enough to work for photosensitive people. a screenshot of it in greyscale is as follows:

lastly, symmetric in greyscale:

with this version the greyscale version is symmetric, which i just think is neat

i’d also like to tag @spoonietimelordy, who introduced me to this flag and who is sensitive to the original disability pride flag, do these flags do anything with your migraine-stuffs?

Tha ks for the tag! I love all of them and do t have any problems with them at all. But tbh my autistic brain has a slight preference for the symmetrical saturation version ^^

Signal boosting so more people can see these variations, and weigh in.

capricorn-0mnikorn:

spoonietimelordy:

Pls do not reblog anything with the old disability pride flag, it does cause seizure and migraines, please use the new one which was created by the same person with the feedbacks of many other disabled people.

This is the safe one:

Dont use the zigzag one, your making disabled space inaccessible for a part of the community.

[Image description: a “Straight Diagonal” version of the Disability   Pride Flag: A charcoal grey flag with a diagonal band from  the top left  to bottom right corner, made up of five parallel stripes in  red, gold,  pale grey, blue, and green Description ends]

P.S.: I’ve answered this question in the comments, but not everyone reads those, so:

The reason (as it was explained to me) that the old design caused light sensitive seizures is that as you scrolled past it on your screen (phone, desktop, whatever) the moving, alternating, bright and dark stripes hits your retina and is registered by your brain as if it were flashing lights (and the zigzag shape exaggerated that). That’s why we took out the black stripes between the colors, and reduced the contrast.

This is also your friendly reminder to tag any GIF or video which has flashing lights (or flickering effects) you post with #Flashing, so people who are sensitive to that can block them.

crazychooklady:

I was sad seeing the ‘inclusivity flag’ did not mention disabled people at all. Disabled people are often left out of pride events due to a lack of accessibility, being thought of as being unable to communicate their queerness and infantalisation of disabled people.

I propose this flag which includes zigzag stripes and more muted colours as a reference to the disability flag. Because queer, disabled people are so often left out from pride events it is important we be remembered.

[Alt text two versions of the inclusivity flag – one of which includes the intersex flag. 

Both of these inclusivity flags have been made to have more muted colours and the rainbows zig-zagging down the flag, akin to that of a disability flag. 

There is a dark grey background in the gaps at the top and bottom of the flag.]

luca-art-blog:

Been thinking about Pillow Queens/Princesses, and how there’s no official flag, but @beyond-mogai-pride-flags made the one on the left. From what I’ve found, the title is predominantly used by femme folk, and there’s no such thing as a Pillow King/Prince (at least not widely recognized). So, I figured I might try my hand at making one! I used Mogai’s flag as a basis for my design and just changed the hues and saturation to be more “masc” leaning, but put some purple, lavender and white in there to help recognize non-binary peeps too (esp those who might use masc pronouns).

stargazing-enby:

stargazing-enby:

stargazing-enby:

stargazing-enby:

oddler14:

stargazing-enby:

prismatic-bell:

stargazing-enby:

lymmea:

stargazing-enby:

stargazing-enby:

And that’s that on that.

Apparently I wasn’t done 🤔

These are FABULOUS, OP, but can I suggest one to the riff of “QUEERNESS IS NOT DEFINED BY THE AMOUNT PEOPLE HAVE SUFFERED”?

Thanks! Here you go 🥰

Some other additions:

Inspired by @unicorn-in-the-library:

And because @surfs-up-roxy wanted an ace one:

I didn’t want to make the message ace-specific because I wanted to make a point of how all of the above include aspec people, but I tried to use an ace colour palette for the background 🙂 I also think the message applies especially (even if not exclusively) to the ace community!

Hope you like these 🥰

@rockmarina possibly “all labels were made up at one point, stop being an ass”?

I played around with the concept a bit, I hope you like it anyway!

I feel like this also needs to be said:

[ID:

Image 1: (in white text, on a background of rainbow watercolors) Gatekeeping hurts queer people who are questioning.

Image 2: (in white text, on a background of rainbow paint strokes) Gatekeeping hurts more queer people than it protects.

Image 3: (in white text, on a background of pastel watercolors) How about you let people question their gender and sexuality in peace.

Image 4: (in white text, on a photo of the rainbow pride flag flying in a blue sky) People don’t owe you a chronicle of their life experiences and feelings for you to decide whether they belong in their own community.

Image 5: (in white text, on a marbled pink background) I don’t know how to tell you this, but you are not the queer police.

Image 6: (in white text, on a background of multicolored textile) Stop siding with our oppressors.

Image 7: (in white text, on a photo of pieces of chalk arranged in a rainbow on asphalt) Not every queer person’s experiences need to be like yours.

Image 8: (in white text, on a background of shiny, rainbow chunks of metal (?)) Mind your own damn business.

Image 9: (in white text, on a mottled black & rainbow background) Let people change labels.

Image 10: (in white text, on a photo of a full moon in a dark sky) There’s no such thing as not being queer enough.

Image 11: (in white text, on a background of paint strokes in pink, white, magenta, purple and dark blue, the colors of the genderfluid pride flag) Vocabulary is designed to be constantly reinvented as human societies evolve, and labels aren’t the exception.

Image 12: (in white text, on a background of pink, purple, and turquoise) Gatekeeping is a product of privilege.

End ID]

Thanks so much for the image descriptions!

Here’s one more addition per @secretlycrazyhummingbird’s suggestion:

[Image description: (in white text, over a black background with trees decorated with multi-colored lights) Queer people don’t have to make themselves palatable to deserve respect. End ID]

And another one, per @mixed-bag-of-tricks’s suggestion!

[Image description: (in white text, over a wooden background with curved boards the colours of the rainbow) It’s okay to use a label even if it doesn’t fit perfectly. End ID]

…you know what, I think the message of this post really boils down to this:

[ID: (in white text, over a black background with striking rainbow lights) gatekeepers are nothing but bullies. End ID]

And I’m really glad this post has helped so many people feel a bit less alone in their struggles. Bullies have made a LOT of damage in this community—have made so many of us feel like impostors, like trenders, like maybe we were making up the things we were feeling—and it makes me so happy we’re all pushing back against their hateful, narrow-minded, queerphobic rhetoric.

Keep it up, everyone 💪🏼

Happy pride month to the post that marked the beginning of my journey to overcoming internalised queerphobia

kenochoric:

Evenic: A term for when someone is on the boundary of two existing identities. Users may feel as though they partly or entirely fall under both, or they may not identify as either one individually.

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An example of this identity could be someone who feels as though they are in-between being a butch lesbian and a mlw trans man, and may feel identification with both labels at the same time. This term was coined as an alternative to cusper, which is a label that can be uncomfortable for some due to controversy, and usage in reactionary circles.

Important to note that, unlike cusper, this term does not exclusively describe a boundary between gnc cis and trans, it can be described as someone whose identity is on the boundary of any two identities, usually ones that do not typically go together (though not always.)

Here’s a live link to cusper- AP

Gender Jargon Sex Terminology (vol. 1)

gender-jargon:

This is a masterlist of pretty much every sex-related term I could find as of 5/20/22, excluding terms specific to alterhumans, trauma, religion and neurodivergence. If you know of more terms that you believe should be added here, please feel free to contact me about.

This list will obviously include mentions of genitalia, reproductive organs and other sex traits, but it also includes slurs that are reclaimable for some transsex, altersex and/or intersex individuals.

  1. Æ-Altguina: a sex identity where one either has dysphoria relating to not having a vagina, or simply experiences euphoria by having one.

  2. Æ-Altsex: a sex identity where one either has dysphoria relating to not looking AFAB, or simply wants to look AFAB due to euphoria.
  3. Æ-altpect: a sex identity where one either has dysphoria relating to not having breasts, or simply experiences euphoria by having them.
  4. Œ-Altguina : a sex identity where one either has dysphoria relating to not having a penis, or simply experiences euphoria by having one.
  5. Œ-Altsex: a sex identity where one either has dysphoria relating to not looking AMAB, or simply want to look AMAB due to euphoria.
  6. Œ-Altpect: a sex identity where one has dysphoria relating to having breats, or experiences euphoria by not having them. 
  7. Aandrogenital:
    describing a sex identity that is definitely not male or masculine, but is otherwise indifferent.

  8. Abromorphous: a fluid desire of sex traits and other observable corporeal and/or physical characteristics; being bodily fluid.
  9. Abssex: describing one who is beyond, between or removed from the transsex/cissex dichonomy.
  10. AFAB: being “Assigned Female At Birth”.
  11. AFAB-P: an altersex identity for AFAB who desire a penis, but no other masculine and/or masculinized sex traits. 
  12. Afabris: an altersex term describing AFAB individuals who desire top surgery (to remove breasts), but not bottom surgery (phalloplasty, androgynoplasty, sex nullification, etc.).
  13. Aftgender: a transsex gender identity where one maintains the pronouns associated with their assignment, but has gender dysphoria that corresponds to the opposite sex; an AFAB individual who uses and is comfortable with she/her pronouns, but has gender dysphoria typically associated with FTM individuals or an AMAB individual who uses and is comfortable with he/him pronouns, but has gender dysphoria typically associated with MTF individuals.  
  14. Agensex: describing one who does not hold a gender identity, but does have a sex.
  15. Agonadism: an intersex variation in which one does not develop gonads of any sort.
  16. Agynegential: describing a sex identity that is definitely not female or feminine, but is otherwise indifferent.
  17. AIAB: an acronym for the phrase, “Assigned Intersex at Birth”; describing one who was identified as intersex at birth.
  18. Alderangi: a term describing those that wish to have an androgynous body.
  19. Alderfema: a term describing those that wish to have a masculine body that they view as female-aligned, female-related or female-connected in any way.
  20. Aldermafe: a term describing those that wish to have a feminine body that they view as male-aligned, male-related or male-connected in any way.
  21. Aldernonbinary: describing when one’s aldernic identity is influenced, affected by, connected to or otherwise intertwined with one’s non-binary identity. 
  22. Alderdox: an aldernic term in which you have or desire a paradoxical, contradicting and/or simultaneously non-existing & existing body.
  23. Alderkenic: an aldernic term in which you have, or desire to have, a kenoine body.
  24. Aldernigender: a gender somehow related to one’s own aldernic identity.

  25. Aldernull: an aldernic term in which one has or desires a vague, unknowable, uncanny, eerie and/or non-existent body.
  26. Aldrogynic: an aldernic term describing those who have male reproductive organs but later develop additional female reproductive organs.
  27. Aldurique: an obsernic identity in which one has or desires to have a body that may feel strong, stable and prominent when left undefined, but becomes distorted, unstable, non-existent and/or changing when attempting to define it.
  28. Alexorenic: describing those who desire non-human reproductive body organs/genitalia.
  29. Algyndric: an aldernic term for those who have or desire to have a body female reproductive organs but later develop additional male reproductive organs.
  30. Almultorenic: describing those who desire a combination of human and non-human reproductive organs/genitalia.
  31. Alnilrenic: describing those who desire to have no reproductive organs/genitalia whatsoever. 
  32. Alsapirenic: describing those who have or desire an atypical combination of human reproductive organs/genitalia. 

  33. Alterphenotype: describing being phenotypically altersex in one’s sex traits.
  34. Altersex: an individual whose sex identity does not fit within the Male/Female sex binary.not as the result of being intersex.
  35. Alter-Intersex: an individual who is both altersex and intersex.
  36. Altgender: a gender modality that describes an altersex individual who is cisgender but not cissex; having a different relationship with their gender identity than other cisgender individuals, who are largely cissex. 
  37. Altsex: an individual with either dysphoria about not looking DMAB/DFAB, or simply wants to look DMAB/DFAB due to the idea being euphoric.
  38. AMAB: being “Assigned Male At Birth”.
  39. AMAB-V: an altersex identity for AMAB individuals who desire a vagina, but no other feminine and/or feminized sex traits.
  40. Amabris: an altersex identity for AMAB individuals who only desire top surgery (to gain breasts), but do not desire bottom surgery
    (vaginoplasty, androgynoplasty, sex nullification, etc.).

  41. Amalgagender: a gender that is affected by or otherwise “mixed into” one’s intersex identity.
  42. Ambigenital: both vulvovaginal and penoscrotal.
  43. Ambigonadal: having ambiguous gonads, with aspects of bobth testes and ovaries with no regard to functionality.
  44. Ambiguous Genitalia: an intersex variation in which one have genitals that have characteristics of both male and female sexes or may be incompletely debeloped.
  45. Amphadic:
    describing those whose sex is both Male and Female, regardless of
    gender, state of transition, presence/lack of sex trait variations,
    parsex/infrasex state of being, assigned and/or natal sex, etc.  


  46. Amplunox/Amplunon: a sex category for those with non-static congruencies, as well as movement and/or change-based congruencies. Also called Infinon/Infinox.
  47. Anbreast: an anchest term describing one who desire their breasts, nipples and aerolas to be entirely removed.
  48. Anchest:  an umbrella term under the teresex, transsex, and altersex labels in which one desires to have different parts of their nipples, chest, and/or breasts removed.
  49. Androgen Resistance: an intersex trait in which one is partially or fully resistant to androgens, such as tesosterone. 
  50. Androgenic: refering to the producition of significant amounts of testosterone and it’s bodily effects.
  51. Anfluid: an anchest term describing one who is fluid between multiple anchest terms.
  52. Angenital: lacking or desiring to lack genitalia.
  53. Angenigender: experiencing no gender as a result of being asex; an agender identity that is tied to sexlessness.
  54. Angigenital: a desire to be without sex characteristics
  55. Angisex: conceptualizing your sex traits as androgynous; seeing your body as having an androgynous sex.
  56. Angonadal: describing one who desires to be without gonads or doesn’t have gonads as a result of surgery.
  57. Anmulti: a term describing when one identifies as multiple anchest terms.
  58. Annip: an anchest term describing one who wants their nipples and areolas completely removed from their chest.
  59. Ansideriandropa: a term exclusive to AFAB individuals that desire to experience andropause.
  60. Ansiderimenopa: a term exclusive to AMAB individuals that desire to experience menopause.
  61. Apagenital: describing when one is apathetic to their genitalia

  62. Aphroditian: A CAMAB intersex individual.
  63. Aponnox/Aponon: a sex category describing those who elude and/or reject both binary and nonbinary categorization to any significant degree.
  64. Aporasex: a sex identity that does not contain femaleness or maleness at all, but is not sexless.
  65. Apothigenital: describing repulsion to having any sort of genitalia.
  66. ASAB: an acronym for the phrase “Assigned Sex at Birth”.
  67. Asex: a lack of sex identity; sexless.
  68. Auroriadic:
    describing those who has a fluid sex, regardless of
    gender, state of transition, presence/lack of sex trait variations,
    parsex/infrasex state of being, assigned and/or natal sex, etc.  

  69. AXAB: being “Assigned X At Birth” or having deciding to forego AGAB-centric language, only identifying as “X”.
  70. Biecoyt: a distinct, third sex that is a mix of both Male and Female, showing qualities that are considered exclusive to each.
  71. Binx: an inclusive sex category.
  72. Biphalia: having or desiring to have two penises.
  73. Bissex: describing one having two or more sexes, and/or conceptualizing yourself with a mixture of two or more sexes.
  74. Cacuadic: having only top dysphoria or getting top surgery for euhporia.

  75. Carinadic
    :
    describing those whose sex is both xenine and Male-aligned, regardless of
    gender, state of transition, presence/lack of sex trait variations,
    parsex/infrasex state of being, assigned and/or natal sex, etc.  

  76. CASAB: an acronym for the phrase “Coervicely Assigned Sex at Birth”.
  77. Cassgenital: descriting one who idifferent towards their own genitalia and/or indifferent to having any genitalia.
  78. Chimaenox/Chimaenon: a sex category for those with faceted/fractional congruencies.
  79. Cisdual: a term describing queer individuals who are cisgender and cissex.
  80. Cisevenen: a term describing individuals who are evencuspsolum and cissex.
  81. Cisgenital: describing those whose genitals “match” their sex assigned at birth.
  82. Cissex: the opposite of transsex; describing one whose corporeal sex matches their sex identity. 
  83. Cistransen: a term describing individuals who are transgender and cissex.
  84. Cistranssex: being both transsex and cissex; a simultaneous transsex/cissex sex modality.
  85. Citersex: a sex alignment that feels tied and/or affected by your body not being medically or corporeally transitioned yet; sharing experiences with your body now as you do with what you desire.
  86. Clitoromegaly: a sex trait in which one has a large clitoris.
  87. Cometadic:
    describing those whose sex is both xeno-aligned and Female-aligned, regardless of
    gender, state of transition, presence/lack of sex trait variations,
    parsex/infrasex state of being, assigned and/or natal sex, etc.  
  88. Cosideriandropa: a term exclusive to AMAB individual who desire to experience andropause. 
  89. Cosiderimenopa: a term exclusive to AFAB individuals who desire to experience menopause.
  90. CTF: an acronym of the phrase “close-to-female”, referring to intersex individuals who are near or “almost” female, but are not “actually” female.
  91. CTM: an acronym of the phrase “close-to-male”, referring to intersex individuals who are near or “almost” male, but are not “actually” male.
  92. Demibissex: having a sex identity that is mostly, but not entirely, Bissex.
  93. Demibreast: an anchest term for one who desires only a partial breast and/or for one to be removed and the other to remain.
  94. Demifemale: having a sex identity that is mostly, but not entirely, Female.
  95. Demimale: having a sex identity that is mostly, but not entirely, Male.
  96. Deminip: an anchest term describing one who desires a “partial nipple”, possibly in the form of partial areolas, having only areolas with no nipple, having only the nipple with no areola, having only one nipple but not the other, etc.
  97. Demisexless: being mostly sexless, but not entirely.
  98. Diaresic: having a desire for sex characteristics, or a combination of sex characteristics, that don’t fit into the sex binary.
  99. Diff-O: describing an individual who was not born with ovaries, but desires them, or one who experiences sex euphoria at the idea of having ovaries.
  100. Diff-OT: describing an individual who was not born with ovotestes, but desires them, or one who experiences sex euphoria at the idea of having ovotestes.
  101. Diff-Pro: describing an individual who was no born with a prostatic utricle, but desires one, or one who experiences sex euphoria at the idea of having a prostatic utricle.
  102. Diff-T: describing an individual who was not born with testes, but desires them, or one who experiences sex euphoria at the idea of having testes.
  103. Diff-Ut: describing an individual who was not born with a uterus, but desires one, or one who experiences sex euphoria at the idea of having a uterus.
  104. Diffcombo: describing an individual who desires gonads and/or a reproductive system that is a combination of traits that has not been discovered to be possible.
  105. Diffgonadal: describing an individual who desires different gonads than the ones they were born with.
  106. Diffmorphi: describing an individual who desires gonads and/or a reproductive system that is fluid and/or able to morph, react or change in some way.
  107. Diffprodu: an umbrella term encompassing altersex and/or transsex individuals who desire different reproductive traits than the ones they currently have.
  108. Disex: referring to where one has or desires double genitalia and/or gonads. 
  109. Diffut: describing an individual who desires different reproductive organs than the one’s they were born with.
  110. Diffxeno: describing an individual who desires gonads and/or reproductive organs that are not currently known to be possible within human biology.
  111. Dionadic:
    describing those whose sex is both xenine and Female-aligned, regardless of
    gender, state of transition, presence/lack of sex trait variations,
    parsex/infrasex state of being, assigned and/or natal sex, etc.  

  112. Disevendual: describing individuals who are evencuspsolum and intaldean in different ways; when one’s gender and sex are both evenic, but in an incongruent/disconnected/different manner.
  113. Distransdual: describing individuals who are transgender and transsex in incongruent/disconnected/different ways.
  114. Divisian: an intersex-exclusive identity for those indeterminate and/or obscured or no genitalia.
  115. Divisigender: a distinct gender identity that is wholly separate from being male or female due to one being intersex.
  116. DSAB: an acronym for the phrase “Designated Sex at Birth”.
  117. Dualcharactaristic: a term describing indviduals who present with primary characteristics associated with both binary sexes.
  118. Dualmarcharactaristic: a term describing individuals who present with primary characteristics of both binary sexes, but lean towards/emphasize typically Male-associated traits.
  119. Dualvencharactaristic : a term describing individuals who present with primary characteristics of both sexes, but lean towards/emphasize typically Female-associated traits.
  120. Duogender: a gender identity that is a combination of maleness and femaleness as a result of being intersex.
  121. Duomorphic: having dysphoria that leads you to desire mixed sex characteristics or deriving euphoria from ambiguous sex traits. 
  122. Duosian: an intersex-exclusive identity for those that have a mix of male and female sex traits.
  123. Dysgonadal: referring to having gonads that do not function.
  124. Eclipsadic:
    describing those whose sex is Female-aligned, regardless of
    gender, state of transition, presence/lack of sex trait variations,
    parsex/infrasex state of being, assigned and/or natal sex, etc.  


  125. Elaradic
    :
    describing those whose sex is both Female and xeno-aligned, regardless of
    gender, state of transition, presence/lack of sex trait variations,
    parsex/infrasex state of being, assigned and/or natal sex, etc.  

  126. Enbinox/Enbinon: a general sex category for non-binary individuals. Also called Xeunox/Xeunon.
  127. Enbysex: an umbrella term for all nonbinary sex identities.
  128. Entremulvir: a transmascfem gender modality exclusive to intersex individuals.
  129. Estrogen Resistance: an intersex trait in which one is partially or fully resistant to estrogens.
  130. Epispadias: a condition where the uthera does not fully develope as a tube, resulting in the urine exiting the body from an abnormal location.
  131. Estrodominant:
    people of sex traits associated with the dominant action of estrogenic hormones, or folks that are dominantly estrogenized.

  132. Estrogenic:
    refering to the producition of significant amounts of estrogen and it’s bodily effects.
  133. Eugonadal: referring to having functional gonads.
  134. Eunuch: a male who has been castrated.
  135. Eusex: an operative or functional sex.
  136. Evencis: a term describing individuals who are cisgender and intaldean.
  137. Evendual: a term describing individuals who are evencuspsolum and intaldean in the same way; when one’s gender and sex are both evenic in a congruent manner.
  138. Eventrans: a term describing individuals who are transgender and intaldean.
  139. Exparfem: an intersex identity for those who feel connected to the experiences of being transfem, despite being AFAB.

  140. Exparium: an intersex-exclusive identity describing those who identity as transmasculine, transfeminine or another trans/non-binary idenitty, despite it corresponding to their assigned gender as birth.
  141. Exparmasc: an intersex identity for those who feel connected to the experiences of being transmasc, despite being AMAB.

  142. Extersex: being unable to distinguish yourself as intersex or perisex; not being able to define whether or not you are intersex.
  143. Feintric: a Female gender identity that is inherently tied to one’s sex, and if separated, can be described as neutral or void-like.
  144. Femaintic: a Femache gender identity that is inherently tied to one’s sex, and if separated, can be described as neutral or void-like.
  145. Female Man: a man or man-aligned individual whose sex is Female.
  146. Futanari: a woman with breasts, a penis and a vagina as well as testes and ovaries; usually used in reference to hentai or as a reclaimation.
  147. Gender Inversion: when one’s gender is the opposite of the gender associated with their physical sex.
  148. Gendermirour: a gender identity in which an individual who is born AMAB wants a female(ish) body while protraying masculinity or an individual who is born AFAB wanting a male(ish) body while protraying femininity, but is not Male, Female between or outside the sex binary.  
  149. Genitalfluid: when your ideal genitals vary at different times.
  150. Genitalfluix: when your ideal genitals vary at different times while fluctuating from angenital to comgenital.
  151. Genitalflux fluctuating between angenital and comgenital.
  152. Genital Dysphoria: distress regarding one’s genitals, reproductive organs and/or secondary sex characteristics.
  153. Gensex Punk: a phulosophical belief that the anatomical difference between “typically Male” and “typically Female” genitali is inconsequential.
  154. Gonadal Dysgenesis: an intersex variation involving atypicalembryonic development of the gonads, resulting in streak gonads.
  155. Greysex: a sex identity that is nearly sexless, but may contain some sexed elements or other experiences that do not completely align with an asex identity.
  156. Hermaphroditegender: a reclaimatory gender identity related to or caused being intersex.
  157. Hermesion: an intersex person. 
  158. Hypogonadism: referring to the reduction in the functionality of one’s gonads, leading to a reduction or complete block in production of sex hormones. 
  159. Hypospadias: a intersex varation in which the urethra is located on the underside of the penis rather than the tip.
  160. Hyperandrogenism: the state of having excessively high levels of androgens.
  161. Hyperestrogenism: the state of having excessively high leves of estrogen.
  162. Hypergonadism: an intersex variation involving the hyperfunction of the gonads.
  163. Infrasex: an individual who fits the original and primitive sex dyadicity of being mullerian or wolffian body absolute, affirmance or validity; being protosex, perisex, eusex and monosex.
  164. Ingender: feeling no genders as a result of being intersex.

  165. Inter-Expressive:an intersex person whose gender expression is deeply influenced by or intrinsically linked to their intersex variation.
  166. Inter-Questioning: describing when one’s identity is impacted by questioning whether or not your intersex.
  167. Interagender: a gender identity in which one has no gender as a result of being intersex.
  168. Interanders: an umbrella describing all intersex variation that are scaused by having abnormal chromosomes.
  169. Interagal: a gender identity in which one has no gender as a result of being intersex but identifies with femaleness in some way.
  170. Interaguy: a gender identity in which one has no gender as a result of being intersex but identifies with maleness in some way.
  171. Interbinary: a term for intersex individuals who are dysphoric,but do not consider themselves transsex for whatever reason.
  172. Intercausa: describing all syndromes and traits that cause or are
    linked to intersex traits, while not being inheritely intersex
    themselves.

  173. Interdentro: describing all intersex variations that are related to ones glands.
  174. Intenby: a gender identity for those whose gender has a connection to them being intersex while also being non-binary. 
  175. Integender:
    a term for intersex people who feel that their gender identity, whatever it may be, is intrinsically tied to being intersex.
  176. Intergender: an intersex-exclusive gender identity that is between and/or both male and female.
  177. Intergenderqueer: describing intersex genderqueer individuals; an identity that is both or a combination of intergender and genderqueer.
  178. Interispod: describing all intersex variations that are related to ones genitalia. 

  179. Intermeer: describing all intersex variation that are caused by an overproduction of horomones.
  180. Intermindre: describing all intersex variation that are caused by a lack of hormone.
  181. Intersangue: describing all intersex variations that are related to ones genes.

  182. Intersex: individuals who are born with any of several variations in sex traits, including chromosomes, gonads, sex hormones, genitas, etc.; individuals who are not considered to be typically Male or typically Female.
  183. Interfluid: describing when one’s gender identity is fluid due to being intersex.
  184. Intersonant: a term for gender and sex sonances experienced by Intersex people, including dysphoria, euphoria, wistphoria, fluiphoria, etc.
  185. Intrasex: describing one’s internal sex.
  186. Interparami: describing all intersex variation that are related to one’s reproductive system.
  187. Ipsofeminine: a feminine and/or transfeminine ipsogender gender modality.
  188. Ipsogender: a gender modality for intersex individuals who identify as the gender they were assigned at birth.
  189. Ipsogender Female: an intersex individual who identifies as their
    assigned gender, Female, being AFAB, that also wishes to emphasize that they are not
    empowered by or protected under cissexism.
  190. Ipsogender Male: an intersex individual who identifies as their
    assigned gender, Male, being AMAB, that also wishes to emphasize that they are not
    empowered by or protected under cissexism.

  191. Ipsomasculine: a masculine and/or transmasculine ipsogender gender modality.
  192. Ipsosex: an intersex-exclusive sex modality for those who identify with their assigned sex at birth.
  193. Isosex: being neither transsex nor cissex; conceptualizing one’s sex as neither trans nor cis. 
  194. Labial hypertrophy: a sex trait variation i which one has an abnormally large labia.
  195. Laceradic:
    describing those whose sex is both Male and xeno-aligned, regardless of
    gender, state of transition, presence/lack of sex trait variations,
    parsex/infrasex state of being, assigned and/or natal sex, etc.  

  196. Lunaradic:
    describing those whose sex is Female-aligned, regardless of
    gender, state of transition, presence/lack of sex trait variations,
    parsex/infrasex state of being, assigned and/or natal sex, etc.  
  197. Lunarwolfadic: describing those whose sex is male but at female-aligned. 
  198. M-Altguina: an AMAB man who either experiences dysphoria about not having a vagina, or simply wants one to experience gender euphoria.
  199. M-Altpect: an AMAB man who either experiences dysphoria about not having breasts, or simply wants them to experience gender euphoria.
  200. M-Altsex: an AMAB man who either experiences dysphoria about not looking AFAB, or simply wants to look AFAB to experience gender euphoria.
  201. Macrogametic: referring to being capable of oogenesis.
  202. Macrogenitalia: a sex trait variation in which one has abnormally large genitalia and/or reproductive organs.
  203. Macropenis: a sex trait variation in which one has an abnormally large penis.
  204. Macroorchidism: a sex trait variation in which one has abnormally large testes.
  205. Maintric: a Male gender identity that is inherently tied to one’s sex, and if separated, can be described as neutral or void-like.

  206. Male Woman
    : a woman or woman-aligned individual whose sex is Male. 


  207. Microgametic: referring to being capable of spermatogenesis.
  208. Micropenis: an unusually small penis.
  209. Monadernic: an aldernic term describing one who has or desires a male-aligned and female-aligned body, either simultaneous, fluidly or in combination.
  210. Monosex: the state of having only one sex.
  211. Morphisex: an aldernic term referring to individuals who wish to have sex characteristics and/or genitalia that are able to morph, change and/or retract.
  212. Müllerian: describing one who has ovaries or who is primarily estrdolized during fetal development.
  213. Mulladic:
    describing those who describe their sex as Female, regardless of gender, state
    of transition, presence/lack of sex variation, parsex/infrasex
    identity, assigned sex, natal sex, etc.

  214. Nebuladic
    :
    describing those whose sex is both Female-aligned and neualigned/unaligned, regardless of
    gender, state of transition, presence/lack of sex trait variations,
    parsex/infrasex state of being, assigned and/or natal sex, etc.  

  215. Neopenis: a reclaimed term for a surgically constructed penis belonging to one undergoing sex reassignment surgery or a cisgender man who lacked a penis due to a congenital defect, illness or injury.
  216. Neovagina:
    a reclaimed term for a surgically constructed vagina belonging to one
    undergoing sex reassignment surgery or a cisgender woman who lacked a
    penis due to a congenital defect, illness or injury.

  217. Neuadic: describing those whose sex is neutral, regardless of
    gender, state of transition, presence/lack of sex trait variations,
    parsex/infrasex state of being, assigned and/or natal sex, etc.  
  218. Neunon: a sex category for non-binary individuals with a self-acknowledged congruencies towards neutrality to any significant degree.
  219. Neutersex: conceptualizing your sex traits as gender-neutral; seeing your body as sex neutral.
  220. Neutric: a sexless gender identity that is inherently tied to one’s sex, and if separated, can be described as neutral or void-like.
  221. Neutroix: describing when one’s gender identity is completely neutral and/or neutrois as a result of being intersex.
  222. Ninnox/Ninnon: a sex category for those who are genderless/lack a gender.
  223. Nonfemale: describing one who is not Female in any way, shape or form.
  224. Nonmale: describing one whose is not Male in any way, shape or form.
  225. Nothonox/Nothonon: describing one who is indifferent towards categorization to any significant degree.
  226. Novaradic:
    describing those whose sex is both Male-aligned and neualigned/unaligned, regardless of
    gender, state of transition, presence/lack of sex trait variations,
    parsex/infrasex state of being, assigned and/or natal sex, etc.  
  227. Nullo: a sex identity involving transition to and/or identification with a form with most or all sex characteristics absent/removed.
  228. Obsernic: an aldernic indentity in which one has or desires to have a body that is unable to be names, quantidied, understood, explained and/or determined. 

  229. Otokofutanari:
    a flat-chested man with a penis and a vagina as well as testes and
    ovaries; usually used in reference to hentai or as a reclaimation.

  230. Ovotesticular: having both ovarian and testicular tissue present.
  231. Penoscrotal: referring to having a penis and scrotum.
  232. Phalgina: a surgically crafted aphrodisian vagenis/penulva from the result of an androgynoplasty; a reclaimed term for an ambiguous neofenitalia/neogenital ambiguity.
  233. Parsex: an umbrella term encompassing all altersex identities and all intersex variations; someone who is altersex and/or intersex.
  234. Periphfem: describing one who is an AFAB intersex individual who identifies as transfeminine.
  235. Periphmasc: describing one who is an AMAB intersex individual who identifies as transmasculine.
  236. Persephien: a CAFAB intersex individual.

  237. Phantasex: describing configurations that cannot organically occur in humans; body plans that are not physically viable.
  238. Pistoladic:
    describing those whose sex is both Male-aligned and xeno-aligned, regardless of
    gender, state of transition, presence/lack of sex trait variations,
    parsex/infrasex state of being, assigned and/or natal sex, etc.  
  239. Polycystic ovary syndrome: a hormonal disorder causing enlarged ovaries with small cysts on the outer edges, often resulting in higher than typiccal levels of androgens.
  240. Polyorchidism: an intersex variation in which one has three or testicles.
  241. Protosex: someone with affirmative, primitive, varitable and (ab)original sex validity, otherwise absolute sex; the counterpoint to altersex.
  242. PWHN: an acronym meaning “People Who Have Neither” [a penis or vagina].
  243. PWHP: an acronym meaning “People Who Have Penises”.
  244. PWHV: an acronym meaning “People Who Have Vaginas”.
  245. Quoisex: an umbrella term for sex identities that are not understandable or are purposely unlabeled due to not identifying with sex as a construct, finding sex identity confusing, etc. 
  246. Rebis: an intersex-exclusive identity that transcends the false idea of sex and gender as binaries.
  247. Resbis: an intersex-exclusive identity in which one feels regularly conflicted about their gender identity and is trying to reconcile with it.
  248. SAAB: an acronym for the phrase “Sex Assigned at Birth”.
  249. Salmacian: a sex identity where one desires a “mixed” genital set.
  250. Severagender: having a gender that is severed from manhood and/or womanhood due to being altersex.
  251. Sexlessness: an absent and/or null sex identity; an umbrella term for those lacking sexed traits, characteristics and/or qualities.
  252. Sexqueer: desrcibing a person who does not subscribe to conventional sex distinctions, but identifies with neither, both or a combination of DMAB and DFAB sex characteristics.
  253. Sexually Modified: an individual who considers themselves to be (consensually) sexually modified for any reason.
  254. Sex Non-Conforming:
    an umbrella term for individuals who do not conform to typical sex standards or expectations.
  255. Sex Dysmorphia: a type of conflict between one’s sex and gender based upon perceived defects or flaws in their appearance, while not necessarily being dysphoric.
  256. Sex Dysphoric:
    the feeling of discomfort or distress that might occur in people whose
    sex identity differs from their biological sex or their sex-related
    physical characteristics.

  257. Sex Questioning: a process of exploration by people who may be unsure, still exploring and/or concerned about apply a sex label to themselves for any reason.
  258. Sideriandropa: a term describing one who desires to experiences andropause.
  259. Siderimenopa: a term describing one who desires to experiences menopause. 
  260. Sinealt: an umbrella term describing altersex individuals who fall under the transgegnder and cisn’t umbrella and only wish for a “partial” medical transition as opposed to a “full” one.
  261. Sine-B: a term describing a transmasculine non-binary or anonbinary person who desires to keep their breasts, either having dysphoria regarding not having breats or a desire to keep their breasts out of euphoria.
  262. Sine-B2:
    a term describing a transneutral and transandrogynous non-binary or anonbinary person who
    desires to keep their breasts, either having dysphoria regarding not
    having breats or a desire to keep their breasts out of euphoria.

  263. Sine-C: a term describing a transfeminine non-binary or anonbinary individual who does notdesire to have breasts, either having dysphoria around having breasts or a desire to keep a flat chest due to gender euphoria. 
  264. Sine-C2: a term describing a transneutral or transandrogynous non-binary or anonbinary person who does not desire to have breasts, either having dysphoria around having breasts or a desier to keep a flag chest due to gender euphoria.
  265. Sine-H: a term describing anyone who is not cis who desires hormone replacement therapy (HRT), but does not desire any surgical alterations to their chest or genitalia. 
  266. Sine-Partial: a term describing anyone who is not cis and desires partial sex alteration, wanting either partial altered genitalia, part of their chest altered and/or a partial hormonal alteration. 
  267. Sine-P: a term describing a transfeminine non-binary or
    anonbinary individual who wishes to keep their penis, either having
    dysphoira regarding having a vagina or desiring to keep their penis out
    of euphoria.  

  268. Sine-P2: a term describing a transneutral or transandrogynous non-binary or anonbinary individual who desires to keep their penis, either having dysphoria regarding having a vagina or desiring to keep their penis out of euphoria.
  269. Sine-V: a term describing a transmasculine non-binary or anonbinary individual who desires to keep their vagina, either having dysphoria with regard to having a penis or desiring to keep their vagina due to gender euphoria.
  270. Sine-V2: a term describing a transneutral or transandrogynous non-binary or anonbinary individual
    who desires to keep their vagina, either having dysphoria with regard to
    having a penis or desiring to keep their vagina due to gender euphoria.

  271. Singularadic:
    describing those who reject sex identity, regardless of
    gender, state of transition, presence/lack of sex trait variations,
    parsex/infrasex state of being, assigned and/or natal sex, etc.  

  272. Solaradic:
    describing those whose sex is Male-aligned, regardless of
    gender, state of transition, presence/lack of sex trait variations,
    parsex/infrasex state of being, assigned and/or natal sex, etc.  

  273. Solarmulladic: describing those whose sex is female but are mal-aligned. 
  274. Solumadic: having only bottom dysphoria or only getting bottom surgery for euphoria.
  275. Spaciadic:
    describing those whose sex is xeno-aligned, regardless of
    gender, state of transition, presence/lack of sex trait variations,
    parsex/infrasex state of being, assigned and/or natal sex, etc.  

  276. Stellaradic:
    describing those whose sex is unaligned, regardless of
    gender, state of transition, presence/lack of sex trait variations,
    parsex/infrasex state of being, assigned and/or natal sex, etc.  

  277. SUAB: having one’s “Sex Undesignated at Birth”; a person who wasn’t designated a sex at birth.
  278. Supratransition: describing a transcending or intangible transition occuring within one’s own conciousness. 
  279. Teresex: a sex identity describing one who has or desire to have their genitals and sex organs fully removed, or desires to be born without sex organs and genitals.
  280. TereTere: a gender and/or sex identity exclusive to parsex individualswhose sex traits are indeterminate, obscured or nonexistant.
  281. Testodominant: people of sex traits associated with the dominant action of testoidal hormones, or folks that are dominantly androgenized.

  282. Thirdsex: commonly used to denote an “other” sex category beyond “M” or “F”; someone who is not dyadic while not essentially intersex; commonly used in identifying documentation.
  283. Titboy: a slur describing AFAB transmasculine people who desire to keep their breasts or an AMAB person who only desires breast augmentation.
  284. TM-Altguina: an AFAB man who experiences dysphoria at the prospect of undergoing bottom surgery (phalloplasty, 
    androgynoplasty, sex nullification, etc.), or simply desires to keep their vagina to experience euphoria; a transgender male whose ideal and wanted body includes having a vagina.
  285. TM-Altpect: an AFAB man who experiences dysphoria at the prospect of top surgery (mastectomy), or simply desires to keep their breasts to experience euphoria; a transgender male whose ideal and wanted body includes having breasts.
  286. TM-Altsex:
    an AFAB (trans) man who either experiences dysphoria about not looking AFAB, or
    simply wants to look AFAB to experience gender euphoria.

  287. Transaldernic: describing when one’s aldernic identity is influenced, affected by, connected to or otherwise intwined with your trans identity.
  288. Transcisen: a term describing individuals who are cisgender and transsex. 
  289. Transdual: a term describing individuals whose transgender and transsex identity are congruent.
  290. Transevenen: a term describing individuals who are evencuspsolum and transsex.
  291. Transfluid: a individual who transitions to another sex, but ocassionally may feel like their original sex.
  292. Transgenital: anyone whose genitals do not “match” their assigned sex at birth.
  293. Transsex: describing an individuals whose corporeal sex doesn’t match their sex identity.
  294. Transsexual: describing a person whose desired sex does not match their natal sex and desires to transition medically/physically, to any degree, either actively or in the future.
  295. Transine: a term describing transgender individuals who do not wish to medically transition.
  296. TW-Altguina: an AMAB woman who experiences dysphoria related to removing their penis, or simply desires to keep their penis to experience euphoria. A trans women whose ideal and wanted body includes having a penis.
  297. TW-Altpect: an AMAB woman who experiences dysphoria about gain breasts, or simply desires to keep their flat chest to experience euphoria; a trans woman whose ideal and wanted body includes having a flat chest.
  298. Twaingender: being a combination of man and woman due to one’s altersex identity.
  299. Ultersex: a sex identity exclusive to intersex individuals who don’t identify with their sex assigned at birth, but don’t feel like they fit under the term “transsex”, either.
  300. Unigonadal:
    describing individuals who have only one set of either ovarian or testicular gonads.  
  301. Uroborosion: a gender for altersex/varsex individuals who are both Wolfadic and Mulladic, resulting in a connection to Malehood, Femalehood and potential the cycle of life, death and rebirth. 
  302. Uterus didelphys:  an intersex variation in hich one has a double uteues and two separate cervices, possibly with a double vagina as well.
  303. Vargender: a gender that is so intrinsically tied to being altersex/varsex that the two cannot be separated.
  304. Vargendersex: describing one whose varsex identity is more important to themselves than their gender identity.
  305. Varsex: not completely conforming to the societal and cultural ideals or roles regarding sex and/or sex conformance in any way.
  306. Varsexgender: describing one whose gender and (var)sex identity cannot be separated.
  307. Vartric: a varsex gender identity that is inherently tied to one’s sex, and if separated, can be described as neutral or void-like.
  308. Vulvovaginal:
    referring to having a vulva and vagina.
  309. W-Altguina: an AFAB woman who experiences dysphoria related to not having a penis, or simply wants a penis to experience euphoria.
  310. W-Altpect: an AFAB woman who experiences dysphoria related to having breasts, or simply wants them removed to experience euphoria.
  311. W-Altsex: an AFAB woman who experiences dysphoria related to not looking AMAB, or simply desires to look AMAB to experience euphoria.
  312. Wistphoria: an abstract type of dysphoria in which one’s desired body is impossible.
  313. Wolfadic: describing those who describe their sex as Male, regardless of gender, state of transition, presence/lack of sex variation, parsex/infrasex identity, assigned sex, natal sex, etc.
  314. Wolffian: describing one who has testes or who is primarily testonized during fetal development.

  315. X-Altsex: a non-binary or anonbinary AFAB individual who desires a penis, however they also desire to keep their breasts.
  316. Xaeinox/Xaeinon: a sex category for those who are non-binary, with self-acknowledged congruencies to both masculinity and femininity to any significant degree.
  317. Xainox/Xainon: a sex category for those who are non-binary with a self-acknowledged congruencies towards masculinity to any significant degree.
  318. Xaunox/Xaunon: a sex category for those what are non-binary and encompass multiple and/or various self-acknowledged congruencies.
  319. Xeanox/Xeanon: a sex category for those who are non-binary with a self-acknowledged congruencies toward femininity to any significant degree. 
     
  320. Xenadic:
    describing those whose sex is xenine, regardless of
    gender, state of transition, presence/lack of sex trait variations,
    parsex/infrasex state of being, assigned and/or natal sex, etc.   
  321. Xenoaldernic: describing when one’s aldernic identity is influenced, affected by, connected to or otherwise intertwined with your xeninoic identity.  
  322. Xenogenital: describing those who desire non-human sex characteristics and/or genitalia, or who prefer to conceptualize their sex characteristics as non-human. 
  323. Xentric: a xenosex gender identity that is inherently tied to one’s sex, and if separated, can be described as neutral or void-like.
  324. Xequinox/Xequinon: a sex category for those who are non-binary and encompass any self-acknowledged congruencies towards xeninoichood to any significant degree. 

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mewtnute:

I’m really sick and tired of the demonization of the gay men/Nblm pride flag.

“It copied the lesbian flag” yeah and the lesbian flag copied flags created by gay men.

We literally copied off of each other, stop looking for excuses to hate gay men/nblm. And I know a lot of these same people are white because they’re constantly trashing and disregarding mlm and deciding to ignore the struggles of POC mlm. Y’all are so disgusting and sheltered, it’s beyond me.

Here’s a link to the document if people want to use it and the source I used for the cougar pride flag.

https://www.canva.com/design/DAEfPGhizAw/Ira2aIgF_ULJ7q3mXDtqPA/view?utm_content=DAEfPGhizAw&utm_campaign=designshare&utm_medium=link&utm_source=sharebutton

shapeshifter-of-constellation:

@butchspace I loooooove your orange butch flag. and i thought it’d be cool to splice together the lipstick lesbian & orange butch flag. as well as add the More Color More Pride stripes.

and mod T from butchspace suggested a great idea of having the white stripe symbolize those who dont ID as femme or butch.

 i think this combo would be a great flag for the general lesbian community. i always see the lipstick femme flag used as the default for the lesbian community on tumblr. which is an act that treats femininity as the default, and makes butches feel left out and ignored.

violilian!

mogai-sunflowers:

violilian

a term that describes being the following things all at once or fluid between them: feminine in a masculine way, masculine in a feminine way, a gay man, a lesbian, a gay nonbinary person, a lesbian man, a turian woman, trans, queer, and an mspec lesbian gay man!

image

[Image ID: A flag with nine equally-sized horizontal stripes. From top to bottom, the colors are medium purple, red-pink, red-orange, pale peach pink, white, bright mint green, blue, medium purple, and deep pink. End ID.]

term and flag by me! 

@beyond-mogai-pride-flags@neopronouns@kenochoric​ could i get a boost? /nf

genderqueerpositivity:

May 19th is Agender Pride Day! Shout out to agender folks.

(Image description: two images with off-white backgrounds and floral borders in shades of green, yellow, and orange. The first image has text that reads “Agender Pride Day” with the date “May 19th”. The second image has text that reads “Agender people are” with words in green boxes that say “real, worthy, loved, authentic, and beautiful”.)

Toren- Nonbinary Pride Flag

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Toren- (torenamoric, torensexual, torenromantic, torenplatonic…): exclusively attracted to men and non-binary people.

Non-binary: umbrella term for gender identities that are not solely male or female‍—‌genders that are outside the gender binary.

Trixen- Nonbinary Pride Flag

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Trixen- (trixenamoric, trixensexual, trixenromantic, trixenplatonic…): exclusively attracted to women and non-binary people.

Non-binary:

umbrella term for gender identities that are not solely male or female‍—‌genders that are outside the gender binary.

Transneumascfem Pride Flag

Transneumascfem, transmascneufem, transfemneumasc, transneufemasc, or transneufemmasc: being transmasculine, transfeminine and transneutral; transgender individual experiencing gender neutrality, femininity and masculinity.

Mixing trans flag colors (in borders) with neumascfem flag [transcript: 11 stripes colored with cyan, gradient from pink to yellow to blue, and pink. end ID]

Lesbiflexible Pride Flag

Lesbiflexible, lesboflexible, lesbianflexible or lesbioflexible: a subset of homoflexible, in which one is primarily lesbian but is flexible in ones identity or attraction.

Transhet Veldian Pride Flag

Transhet: transgender straight/het individual.

Veldian: gay/queer attraction to men.

[transcript: 6 horizontal stripes of pink, darker pink, grey, purple, blue, and teal. end ID.]

Toren- Abinary Pride Flag

Toren-: experiencing sole attraction to men and non-binary individuals.

Abinary or aphorian: genders completely unrelated to the gender binary.

[transcript: 5 stripes of golden yellow, pale yellow, pastel turquoise/teal, white, and pastel violet. end ID.]

Trixen- Abinary Pride Flag

Trixen-: experiencing sole attraction to women and non-binary individuals.

Abinary or aphorian: genders completely unrelated to the gender binary.

[transcript: 5 stripes of golden yellow, pale yellow, pastel orange, white, and pastel violet. end ID.]

Cisfem Nonbinary Pride Flag

Cisfeminine: someone who has the gender femininity associated with their cisgenderness; a term for fem folks who were assigned as feminine at birth, but identify with feminine gendered or sexed feelings to a greater extent than masculinity.

Non-binary: an umbrella/standalone term for those who are not integrally/fully/completely nor exclusively/asynchronously/solely male or female; being abinary and/or midbinary.

Adapting colors from flag by @gender-jargon.

[transcript: 5 stripes colored with yellow, white, pink, purple, and pale black. end ID.]

Midbyhet Pride Flag

Midbinary (midby): non-binary gender identities that reference at least one binary gender.

Het: hetero/straight attraction; attraction to dissimilar genders.

[transcript: 5 horizontal stripes colored with purple, lighter purple, gray, lighter purple, and purple. end ID.]

Abyhet Pride Flag

Straight abinary or abinary het: hetero- individuals experiencing abinaryness.

  • Abinary (aby|AB): genders totally unrelated to the gender binary.
  • Het: shorthand for straight (str8)/hetero-; attraction to dissimilar/different/opposite gender(s)/gender(s) unlike one’s own.

Colors from enbyhet flag. This can be used synonymously as transhet abinary. [transcript: 5 horizontal stripes with darker yellow, yellow, darker grey, yellow, and darker yellow colors. end ID.]

Cismasc Nonbinary Flag

gender-jargon:

beyond-mogai-pride-flags:

Cismasculine: someone who has the gender masculinity associated with their cisgender-ness; a term for masc folks who were assigned as masculine at birth, but identify with masculine gendered or sexed feelings to a greater extent than femininity.

Non-binary an umbrella/standalone term for those who are not integrally/fully/completely nor exclusively/asynchronously/solely male or female; being abinary and/or midbinary.

It’s not about essentially idpol (identity politics) or biopolitics, it’s about self-determination. Not always about gender socialization, could be sexuation/sex traits.

Keep reading

I couldn’t find a Cisfeminine Non-binary flag, so I went ahead and created one for the sake of filling the lexical gap:

Cisfeminine Non-binary: A non-binary individual who has the gender femininity associated with their
cisgenderness; a term for fem non-binary folks who were assigned as female at
birth, but identify with feminine gendered or sexed feelings to a
greater extent than masculinity or another gender quality.

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queerness-lover:

Mspec Gai flags !

Bi Gai | Ply Gai | Pan Gai |

Omni Gai | Mspec Gai

Based on the Lesbian/Gay flags of @bi-lesbian ! And unstrayt flag of @beyond-mogai-pride-flags

Got bored and I thought that it would be a nice way to pass the time since I’m currently done with requests. 😀

Dni:

Sapaboy Pride Flag

Sapaboy: guydyke/boydyke as Brazilian LGBTQ+ slang; a saphboy/lesboy (sapa from sapatão/sapatrans/sapatona, meaning dyke).

[transcript: 4 horizontal stripes colored with light violet, dark blue, hot pink, and orange. end ID.]

Veldian Trans Man Pride Flag

Veldian: gay attraction to men.

Transgender: gender identity diverging from the one that was assigned to them at birth.

Veldian Trans Woman Pride Flag

Transgender: gender identity diverging from the assigned sex at birth.

Veldian: queer attraction to man; being gay for men.

Abinary Veldian Pride Flag

Abinary: an umbrella term for genders completely unrelated to the gender binary.

Veldian: being gay for men; queer attraction to men; gay mlm/nlm.

[transcript: 5 stripes with golden, light yellow, white, teal, and violet. end id.]

Abinary Lesbian Pride Flag

Abinary: an umbrella term for genders completely unrelated to the gender binary.

Lesbian: experiencing queer attraction to women; being gay for women.

[transcript: 5 stripes with golden, yellow, white, orange, and hot pink. ID over.]

Trans Veldian Pride Flag

Veldian or turian: queer attraction to men; gay mlm and/or nlm; non-woman attracted to non-women.

Transgender: an individual who experiences a gender identity dissilimar from the one that was assigned sex to them at birth.

[transcript: 5 horizontal stripes colored with cyan, pink, white, teal, and dark purple. end ID.]

Lesbian Trans Woman Pride Flag

[transcript: 5 stripes colored with pink, darker pink, ½light pink/½white, orange, and hot pink. end ID.]

Lesbian: experiencing queer attraction to women.

Transgender: an individual who experiences a gender identity dissilimar from the one that was assigned sex to them at birth.

Lesbian Trans Man Pride Flag

Lesbian: experiencing queer attraction to women; being gay for women.

Transgender: an individual who experiences a gender identity dissilimar from the one that was assigned to them at birth.

[transcript: 5 horizontal stripes colored with blue, dark blue, ½light cyan/½white, orange, and hot pink.]

Transbian Pride Flag

Adapted from original. [transcript: 5 horizontal stripes colored with cyan, pink, white, orange, and hot pink. end ID]

Transbian: describing a transgender lesbian.

Gaybian Man Pride Flag

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Gaybian Man or Velaurian: someone who is gay for men and lesbian for women; experiencing queer attraction to both men and women; being both veldian and lesbian.

[image transcript: 5 horizontal stripes colored with hot pink, orange, white, teal, and dark bluish purple. ID over]

themogaidragon:

Support Labels Simplified Pride Flags

All terms I’ve created are based on this post. These are accessible versions of those flags.

Please do not use those flags and terms if you are not disabled. /gen

A black line divider with a round filled with pride flags in the middle and two medium sized dots at the end.ALT

High Support Flag

A dark blue flag with a symbol in the middle. A large navy blue circle is in the middle, inside there is a pastel rainbow infinity symbol. The flag is made up of three horizontal bands, the middle one being much smaller. The colors are, in order, pastel navy blue, navy blue, pastel navy blue.ALT

High support: Anyone who isn’t able to live independently and needs help with some or all of their basic daily living skills such as eating, bathing, basic grooming, putting on makeup, getting dressed and completing tasks. Can be abbreviated online or in writing as HSP for High Support Person or HSAP for High Support Autistic Person.

Usage in speech: Clarissa is a high support autistic person and needs assistance with getting dressed and taking a shower. Abbreviated usage online: I’m a HSAP and I’m really into physics, so the poor sucker who signs me on is gonna hear a lot about it when they hand me my iPad!

Coined by @autistic-answers. Flag designed by @themogaidragon.

[Image ID: A dark blue flag with a symbol in the middle. A large navy blue circle is in the middle, inside there is a pastel rainbow infinity symbol. The flag is made up of three horizontal bands, the middle one being much smaller. The colors are, in order, pastel navy blue, navy blue, pastel navy blue.]

Medium Support Flag

A moustard yellow flag with a symbol in the middle. A large navy blue circle is in the middle, inside there is a pastel rainbow infinity symbol. The flag is made up of three horizontal bands, the middle one being much smaller. The colors are, in order, pastel moustard yellow, moustard yellow, pastel moustard yellow.ALT

Medium support: Anyone may or may not live independently and doesn’t need help with basic living skills, but needs help with other things like cooking, completing some tasks, transportation if unable to drive and assistance for things like grocery shopping. Can be abbreviated online or in writing as MSP for Medium Support Person or MSAP for Medium Support Autistic Person.

Usage in speech: Kevin is a medium support autistic person and needs some assistance to prepare meals and shop for the wood he uses for his carpentry projects. His boyfriend, Max, usually helps him with those. Usage online: I’m a MSAP and I’m looking for info about saws. Any fellow auties know what’s best for cutting oak?

Coined by @autistic-answers. Flag designed by @themogaidragon.

[Image ID: A moustard yellow flag with a symbol in the middle. A large navy blue circle is in the middle, inside there is a pastel rainbow infinity symbol. The flag is made up of three horizontal bands, the middle one being much smaller. The colors are, in order, pastel moustard yellow, moustard yellow, pastel moustard yellow.]

Low Support Flag

A green flag with a symbol in the middle. A large navy blue circle is in the middle, inside there is a pastel rainbow infinity symbol. The flag is made up of three horizontal bands, the middle one being much smaller. The colors are, in order, lime, teal, lime.ALT

Low support: Anyone who more often than not lives independently and may only need assistance with minor things like balancing a checkbook, getting started on some tasks like organizing a garage sale or arranging to move from one house to another. Can be abbreviated online or in writing as LSP for Low Support Person or LSAP for Low Support Autistic Person.

Usage in speech: Jesse is a low support autistic person and she only needs help keeping her checkbook balanced. Usage online: I’m a LSAP and I’m thinking about moving to Seattle. What’s the weather and traffic like there?

Coined by @autistic-answers. Flag designed by @themogaidragon. Requested by @pronouns-flags.

[Image ID: A green flag with a symbol in the middle. A large navy blue circle is in the middle, inside there is a pastel rainbow infinity symbol. The flag is made up of three horizontal bands, the middle one being much smaller. The colors are, in order, lime, teal, lime.]

Supportflux Flag

A dark blue flag with a symbol in the middle. A large navy blue circle is in the middle, inside there is a pastel rainbow infinity symbol. The flag is made up of three horizontal bands, the middle one being much smaller. In the middle of the flag there is a gradient from left to right where all the colors of the lines change. They are turning (left) from lime, teal, lime to pastel navy blue, navy blue, pastel navy blue (right).ALT

Supportflux: Anyone who has a need of support fluctuating over time. Can be abbreviated online or in writing as SFP for SupportFlux Person or SFAP for SupportFlux Autistic Person.

Asked by an anon. Coined by @themogaidragon.

[Image ID: A dark blue flag with a symbol in the middle. A large navy blue circle is in the middle, inside there is a pastel rainbow infinity symbol. The flag is made up of three horizontal bands, the middle one being much smaller. In the middle of the flag there is a gradient from left to right where all the colors of the lines change. They are turning (left) from lime, teal, lime to pastel navy blue, navy blue, pastel navy blue (right).]

Medi-High Support

A pastel cyan flag with a symbol in the middle. A large navy blue circle is in the middle, inside there is a pastel rainbow infinity symbol. The flag is made up of three horizontal bands, the middle one being much smaller. The colors are, in order, pastel cyan, cyan, pastel cyan.ALT

Medi-High Support: Anyone who is medium support needs but can’t live independently, seems like a combination of medium and high support. Can be abbreviated online or in writing as MHSP for Medi-High Support Person or MHSAP for Medi-High Support Autistic Person.

Term and flag coined by @the-mogai-catus in this post. @themogaidragon has changed the design.

[Image ID: A pastel cyan flag with a symbol in the middle. A large navy blue circle is in the middle, inside there is a pastel rainbow infinity symbol. The flag is made up of three horizontal bands, the middle one being much smaller. The colors are, in order, pastel cyan, cyan, pastel cyan.]

Low-Medium Support

A yellowed green flag with a symbol in the middle. A large navy blue circle is in the middle, inside there is a pastel rainbow infinity symbol. The flag is made up of three horizontal bands, the middle one being much smaller. The colors are, in order, pastel yellowed green, yellowed green, pastel yellowed green.ALT

Low-Medium Support: Anyone who is low support needs but can’t live 100% independently and/or have many difficulties doing such, seems like a combination of low and medium support. Can be abbreviated online or in writing as LMSP for Low-Medium Support Person or LMSAP for Low-Medium Support Autistic Person.

Term and flag coined by @themogaidragon. Requested by @cutelittle-organc0llector.

[Image ID: A yellowed green flag with a symbol in the middle. A large navy blue circle is in the middle, inside there is a pastel rainbow infinity symbol. The flag is made up of three horizontal bands, the middle one being much smaller. The colors are, in order, pastel yellowed green, yellowed green, pastel yellowed green.]

Gay FTM Pride Flag

[image transcript: 8 horizontal stripes colored with pink, three shades of cyan, white, teal, blue, and purple/violet/indigo. end id.]

Gay FTM: individuals transitioning from female to male and experiencing queer attraction to men.

~ Mod A-P.

justlgbtthings:

lgbtq starry night subtle pride desktop wallpapers / blog headers

lesbian | gay/mlm

bi | trans

lgbtq/gay | pan

ace | aro

aroace | nonbinary

please rb if saving!

free for personal use (pls give credit if using as a blog header! 🙂 )

if you like these, consider buying me a coffee!

more here

transmasculine-history:

For Trans Day of Visibility, here are some brave trans men who have contributed to trans rights activism

Reed Erickson (1917-1992) was an American philantrophist. In 1964, he founded the Erickson Educational Foundation, which researched transsexuality and medical transition, and provided resources for trans people and their families. He also funded many other LGBT groups in the 60s through the 80s.

Lou Sullivan (1951-1991) was an American author and activist. In 1986, he founded FTM International an organization for trans men to help access resources and create a community. He had an immense contribution to the ftm community in the US.

Jamison Green (1948-) is an American activist, author, and educator. He has been advocating for better legal and medical policies for trans people since the 1980s. After Lou Sullivan passed away, Green took over writing the FTM International Newsletter. He wrote the book Becoming a Visible Man, about his own transition and about the shared experiences trans men in society.

Rupert Raj (1952-) is a Canadian activist and author, who has been active since the 70s. He is the founder of various trans rights publications and organizations, such as the Foundation for the Advancement of Canadian Transsexuals, the Metamorphosis Medical Research Foundation, Gender Worker, and the FTM Peer-Support Group.

Max Wolf Valerio (1957-) is a Native American poet, writer, musician, actor and activist. He transitioned in 1989, and in 2006 published The Testosterone Files, a memoir about his transition and experiences as a trans man.

Pepe Julian Onziema (1980-) is a Ugandan LGBT rights and human rights activist. He has campaigned against homophobic laws and coordinated pride parades. In 2013, he received the David Kato Vision and Voice Award, and was chosen as Stonewall’s Hero of the Year in 2014.

gender-jargon:

beyond-mogai-pride-flags:

imoga-pride:

I just designed some crosspronominal flags

He/Him Woman Pride Flag

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For women using he/his/himself pronouns.

She/Her Man Pride Flag

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For men using she/herself pronouns.

He/She Abinary Flag

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For abinaries using she/he pronouns.


Crosspronouns are defined as people who use an “unexpected” pronoun in the PNC flag post. Man/woman flags by @trintinic, abinary flag by @beyond-mogai-pride-flags, he/him & she/her flags by @love-all-around1223.

Reminder these flags are regardless of orientation, AGAB, gender alignment (e.g. transness) and presentation.

– ap

I’d like to add to this, being a He/Him abinary myself:

He/Him Abinary

She/Her Abinary

Gent

Nice -Ap

gender-jargon:

beyond-mogai-pride-flags:

imoga-pride:

I just designed some crosspronominal flags

He/Him Woman Pride Flag

image

For women using he/his/himself pronouns.

She/Her Man Pride Flag

image

For men using she/herself pronouns.

He/She Abinary Flag

image

For abinaries using she/he pronouns.


Crosspronouns are defined as people who use an “unexpected” pronoun in the PNC flag post. Man/woman flags by @trintinic, abinary flag by @beyond-mogai-pride-flags, he/him & she/her flags by @love-all-around1223.

Reminder these flags are regardless of orientation, AGAB, gender alignment (e.g. transness) and presentation.

– ap

I’d like to add to this, being a He/Him abinary myself:

He/Him Abinary

She/Her Abinary

Gent

Nice -Ap

Adfeminine Transmasculine Pride Flag

Adfeminine (adfem.): moving towards a feminine identity.

Transmasculine (transmasc.): transitioning to a masculine identity.

Admasculine Transmasculine Pride Flag

Admasculine (admasc.): moving towards a masculine identity.

Transmasculine (transmasc.): transitioning to a masculine identity.

Admasculine Transfeminine Pride Flag

Admasculine (admasc): moving towards a masculine identity.

Transfeminine (transfem): transitioning to a feminine identity.

Adfeminine Transfeminine Pride Flag

Adfeminine (adfem): moving towards a feminine identity.

Transfeminine (transfem): transitioning to a feminine identity.