Intro

Coining

Neogender was coined/defined by MM at Mogai-Wiki[1] on October 20, 2020[2] and was originally described as "Neogender is an umbrella term used to describe any gender coined/created in or after the year 2000. It also includes genders that were given definitions in or after 2000, as long as there was no strong implied definition and/or it was used to describe something different than does now. Neogenders are also MOGAI genders and any genders that don’t fit under Neogender aren’t MOGAI genders. That doesn’t exclude genders that fall under Xenogender, Aesthetigender, etc. due to both of them and every term under them being neogenders."[3]

What Makes a Neogender?

The meaning of neogender as a subcategory is any gender that has come around since the early 2000s, meaning that it even includes terms that people wouldn't normally consider to be MOGAI like demiboy and genderfluid.

The Terms

  1. Aboixygender: abinary first, boy second, girl last
  2. Affigogender: the prefix affigo (pronunciation: /afˈfiː.ɡoː/) comes from the Latin for: I imprint on, I attach to. Affigogender is a term for people who were raised with an assigned and imposed gender. They may choose to hold on to and live as that gender (which characterizes a cisgender person), or they may disagree with their gender assignment (which characterizes someone who can identify as transgender).
  3. Agender: the lack of gender. It is a non-binary gender in which one is not male, female, or any other gender.
  4. Agendervir: Any agender man or male-aligned agender person.
  5. Alameli: a descriptor indicating unfemininity regarding gender, expression, alignment and/or identity.
  6. Alamije: a descriptor indicating unmasculinity regarding gender, expression, alignment, identity, etc.
  7. Aligender: When you are transgender and/or nonbinary and you don’t identify with your agab in the slightest but in moments it’s unsafe or too scary to come out, your gender switches to your agab. It may or may not help dysphoria in that time.
  8. Allekeinegender: the feeling of being all genders, and no genders at the same time, and it is a strand of nonbinary! or being simultaneously all accessible genders, yet none at all. A subtype of Genderdox.
  9. Ambiguvir: A male or male-aligned person whose ambiguity is a central part to their identity.
  10. Amboneith: A microlabel describing ambonecs who considers themselves to be to mostly neither male nor female, most connected to be neither male nor female, consider being neither male nor female as being central to their gender experience, are significantly connected to enbininity, considers themselves to largely be a enby and/or wishes to place emphasis on their enbininity for any reason.
  11. Ambonekka: A microlabel describing ambonecs who considers themselves to be to be mostly female, most connected to femaleness, consider their femaleness to be central to their gender experience, are significantly connected to femininity, considers themselves to, largely,be a girl/woman and/or wishes to place emphasis on their femaleness, womanhood/girlhood and/or femininity for any reason.
  12. Ambonekko: A microlabel describing ambonecs who considers themselves to be to be mostly male, most connected to maleness, consider their maleness to be central to their gender experience, are significantly connected to masculinity, considers themselves to, largely, be a boy/man and/or wishes to place emphasis on their maleness, manhood/boyhood and/or masculinity for any reason.
  13. Androgyne: a identity under the non-binary umbrella. It is described as being both masculine and feminine, or in between masculine and feminine.
  14. Androx: a gender inbetween male and androgyne. Pronounced “an-drocks
  15. Ansigender: the feeling that one gender is more accurate or correct in describing a person, but another identity/term is more comfortable for them"
  16. Antinonbinary: an identity defined as being opposite of nonbinary; the antigender of non-binary. Similar to anonbinary, not essentially binary, it could be femache/girlboy or ambigender/androgyne.
  17. Apogender: a gender identity that is entirely removed from the concept of gender.
  18. Aporagender: a gender separate from male, female, and anything in between, while still having a very strong and specific gendered feeling
  19. Aporavir: Part male, part aporagender.
  20. Apremaseine: Its a gender thats aporagender, agender but comfortable with masc and male alignments. They can fluctuate but all exist at the same time.
  21. Arsenogender: a masculine gender that has been altered or affected by toxic masculinity in some way. It can make the individual with the gender feel conflicting feelings about their maleness and/or masculinity, or feel that they no longer feel a connection to the masculine parts of their identity because of how toxic masculinity has affected them. Arsen- is a Greek root meaning "male", and it is also the etymological origin of arsenic, which is toxic.
  22. Astrovir: A male or male-aligned person whose masculinity is a central part to their identity.
  23. Autogender: the prefix “auto-” meaning “self.” someone who is autogender has a gender experience that feels deeply personal to themselves but is too difficult to accurately describe with previous gender terms.
  24. Axigender: when a person experiences two genders that sit on opposite ends of an axis, one being agender and the other being any other gender; these genders are experienced one at a time with no overlapping and with very short transition time.
  25. Bigender: a non-binary gender identity in which someone has two distinct gender identities. They could feel both genders at the same time or be fluid between them, in which case they may also identify as genderfluid.
  26. Binaryqueer: someone whose genderqueerness belongs to a gender binary; someone experiencing both genderqueer and binary identities; being non-cisgender/cisn’t while still not being nonbinary; a non-cisnormative binarity.
  27. Bi-vir: for when you have two male or male-aligned genders
  28. Blenis Misk: blenis misk is a really new gender!!!!!!!! XD its about how some people only feel like a man when wearing a strap (lol) but a female without on x) and i dont mean a gun---- i mean a strap-on! they also feel like they should and do traditionally conform to being a guy with the strap!! :0 people who identify as blenis misk mighty use they/them she her or whatever without the strap but with it on !!!! they use he/him, have a different name etc!!!!!
  29. Busygender: for when you’re being too busy to have a gender.
  30. Bxgender: a set of bigender terms where another identity is mixed with agender. These agxndxr identities have an X replacing vowel(s), such as in gxrl/gxl/lxdy, bxy/gxy/dxde, nxnbinary/xnby, neutrxis, pxngender, andrxgynx and gxndxrqueer.
  31. Bxy: a gender that is both boy and agender/no gender. You can be a boy and agender/no gender at the same time, go between them, or fluctuate between feeling male and not feeling gender. Emphasizes being male. Spelled bxy with an X instead of an O as if you’re crossing out that you’re a boy. Kinda similar to demiboy (where agender/no gender is the non-boy part), agenderflux (with fluctuations between agender and male), or being genderfluid between agender/no gender and male. Can be used as trans bxy if you chose to, but only if you’re afab (similar to trans masculine being exclusively for afab trans people).
  32. Cadogender: a subcategory of polygender identities (genderfluid, bigender, trigender, etc.) to have a gender to fall back on or one that you always go back to. From Latin “cado” meaning “to fall.” Can be used with other terms like cadoboy, cadogirl, cadonb, cadoandrogyne, etc.
  33. Cassgender: a gender identity were one feels that their gender is unimportant. Or when one is indifferent to the idea of gender. Cassgender is different from a lack of gender, as a cassgender individual might have a gender, but they don't feel it's an important part of their identity.
  34. Cenrell: a gender identity where one feels most comfortable within the gender neutral spectrum, but still feels a strong attachment to masculinity. This is similar to the idea of “manugender” (nonbinary with emphasis on masculinity). This is the “masculine” version of faesari.
  35. Circumgender: a trans gender identity where a person identifies with a cis trans gender, eg. a person assigned the female gender at birth who does not identify as a cis female, but a trans female. Originally called “Specialgender”, but was considered offensive.
  36. Circumvented Gender: used to describe the act of purposely avoiding or bypassing gender in any form
  37. Coexta: A coexta person has a vague, inconsistent relationship with gender. They sometimes feel like gender does not apply to them at all; Other times they feel they may have a gender, but cannot describe what gender they are experiencing. A coexta person’s gender never feels masculine, feminine, or strongly aligned in any way, and as a result is difficult if not impossible to describe accurately. This differs from terms like demigender and polyagender, because the person fluctuates on the idea of gender itself, not necessarily genderlessness.
  38. Conplugender: a gender that encompasses all genders, except cultural identities that the user does not have claim to. like pangender.
  39. Dangogender: a gender that has 3 genders skewered together. The genders don't really mix or anything but they are kept together by one's own comfort with the combination of genders. The genders also do not need to be the only ones around, one with this term can still have as any other genders as they want, but these three genders together stay together.
  40. Demibinarity: identifying partially as binary, partly other gender(s); having partial binary gender(s).
  41. Demiboy: a gender in which one is partially, but not fully, a boy, man, or otherwise masculine.
  42. Demicisgender: a gender modality in which one identifies partially as their assigned gender at birth, and partially as something else. For example, being an AFAB demigirl and as a result one is partly cisgender. The part of one's gender can be any gender, including agender, and it may or may not be known.
  43. Demidenfemia: Partially identifying as a woman but not being a woman.
  44. Demigal: experiencing gal as a partial gender identity. Similar to demiwoman, demigyne and demigirl.
  45. Demigender: a gender, or set of genders, in which one is partially, but not fully a gender.
  46. Demigirl: a gender in which one is partially, but not fully a girl, woman, or otherwise feminine.
  47. Deminonbinary: a gender in which one is partially, but not fully non-binary.
  48. Denfemia: Identifying as a woman but not being a woman.
  49. Denvir: Identifying as male but not being male.
  50. Dictitogender: a gender that feels to have been reintegrated into the persons gender identity many times
  51. Disidein: An identity that encompasses the inability to find labels and/or a disconnect from one’s own sexuality and/or gender. This can be due to feelings of betrayal to oneself or others caused by the sexuality/gender, the use of certain labels, continual questioning of one’s identity, or any other factor. While questioning is something that may influence someone’s decision to identify as Disidein, it is not the only reason. Additionally, this questioning doesn’t have to be just from the lack of understanding of one’s own identity but denial as well.
  52. Dodransgender: three-fourths gender. dodrans is the latin word for ¾ (or, more specifically 9/12
  53. Ellipsoidic: a term for multiple-gendered people where one has many genders, but one takes the most attention and perception, leaving the others in the dark. The “darkened” genders are still present and percievable, but at times the main gender may feel so bright that it’s hard to feel any other genders. The gender under the “spotlight” may change, but theres always one gender that takes up a serious majority of one’s gender experience…Pronounced Ee-Lip-SOY-dic! Like an ellipsoidal light in theatre :)
  54. Enantiogender: a conflicting gender identity in which a person feels one gender, but wishes to be perceived as a different gender (enantio- means opposite)
  55. Eucligender: a gender that is either unpredictable or otherwise insufficiently well-understood as to be reliably described.
  56. Equibinary: experiencing binary genders in equal amounts, in perfectly equal parts. They could be nongenders, eugenders, antigenders, etc. Different from ambinary because equinary/equary quantifies binaries/arities as equal and it includes those who are exclusively abinary only, in the sense that they are equally distanced from both binary genders, they have equal binary nongenders/a-genders.
  57. Equilibriogender: a gender where you are a balance between 2 or more genders at the same time.
  58. Ergender: a little bit boy, a little bit girl, a little bit nonbinary, and the rest of your identity is something else.
  59. Esenceaux: a transcendental, non-specific experience that is produced by the abstraction of gender into it’s most basic, rudimentary form; a gnostic, loose sense of self informed by the reduction of gender to it’s common essence; a transmudane, vague simplicity.
  60. Everygender: a gender that is many genders and it’s easier to lump them all together Or A person that identifies or can relate to all genders.
  61. Existgender: a gender that simply exists.
  62. Exterastervir: a male or male-aligned person whose xenity is a central part to their identity.
  63. Fabricgender: a gender affected by one’s presentation or clothing
  64. Facsimilique: a gender that feels like an exact copy of another gender. it may not serve a purpose, but it copies another gender.
  65. Faengender: a gender that is feminine, masculine, and androgynous all at once, but mostly androgynous
  66. Femache: a simultaneous male-female gender experience. May or may not have other gender-ness besides this one. Not necessarily ½(male) + ½(female). Lexical junction of fêmea/fembra & macho but e-suffixed to neutralize the word. Flag based on male and female stamps of @bentonthefoxkin (only the symbol is missing). This identity can be used by any folk, regardless if they are cis/iso/trans, endosex/dyadic/perisex or intersex, as long as they are at least (wer)man/male/boy/guy and woman/female/gal/girl. See also: midgender, duogender, ambigender, mesogender, epicene, ambonec, werwifman, werwifgender, lingender, androgyne and intergender.
  67. Femprox: a gender that is very near to binary femaleness, but not strictly so. a femprox individual identifies with certain aspects of binary femaleness, but not all aspects
  68. Fissgender: An identity that feels as though it is split between more than one gender. Similar to polygender or demigenders, but with a definite feeling that one’s genders are separate.
  69. FuturaeGender: when you experience a lack of gender in the present but feel as though you might gain a gender/s in the future.
  70. Fuzzgender: when you know that you're a certain gender, but can’t explain why you are that gender.
  71. Genderbox: A description of multiple genders, where you feel as though one gender is ‘predominant’ over others. The others feel as though they fit neatly into a “box” within or beneath your predominant gender/identity. In describing a genderbox orientation, your predominant gender is separated by a long dash from your other(s) that are in the box.
  72. Gendercluster: a gender that is a cluster of multiple sub genders which may overlap sometimes.
  73. Gender Disobedient: When someone decides that their gender - whether it’s gendered language, pronouns, presentation, labels, etc. - does not conform to conventional social or physical categorization of gender. It’s the refusal to participate in gender or the abandonment of gender as a construct.
  74. Genderessimal:any gender that is infinitessimal, but still not quite agender. Includes nanogenders, pixelgenders, planckgenders, etc.
  75. Genderfuzz: having multiple genders that are fuzzy and blurred together, making it impossible to identify each one individually or separate one from the rest.
  76. Gendergender: feeling a gender but your gender is so unexplainable you can only identify it as gender and nothing else. Coined anonymously. See also comgender, eugender, genogender, confundogender, genderweird and antiagender.
  77. Genderhollow: a gender that is present, but is empty or hollow.
  78. Genderlight: when all genders, accessible within your own culture and life experience, are nullified when combined with their respective antigenders, leading to mutual self-destruction or a similar concept of nullifying; the mix of pangender and panantigender. This would result or not on neutrois, null-genders or rather a gender lightness, balancing all absolute and opposite genders (pannegatrois + panpositrois)
  79. Gender Outlaw a person who refuses to be defined by conventional definitions of Male and Female.
  80. Genderpile: when your multigenders and they are in a stack but it’s a messy stack thats more of a pile and not organized at all really… there’s probably some gender you lost down there… oops
  81. Genderstitch: a gender that is a bunch of peices from other genders stitched. Can be used as an umbrella term
  82. Gengender: being all genders and no gender, encompassing every aspect of gender, embracing gender completely. Your gender IS gender. There is gender tingling in your bones.
  83. Girldead: you were meant to be a girl but you weren’t good enough at it, so now your gender is dead being a girl is making you dead girlhood=deadness because it’s too hard to be a girl and be alive
  84. Gossagender: A gender identity that is so weak it is barely there, or that feels fragile.
  85. Gxrl: A gender that is both girl and agender/no gender. You can be a girl and agender/no gender at the same time, go between them, or fluctuate between feeling female and not feeling gender. Emphasizes being female. Spelled gxrl with an X instead of an I as if you’re crossing out that you’re a girl. Kinda similar to demigirl (where agender/no gender is the non-girl part), agenderflux (with fluctuations between agender and female), or being genderfluid between agender/no gender and female. Can be used as transgxrl if you chose to, but only if you’re amab (similar to trans feminine being exclusively for amab trans people).
  86. Gynx: a gender inbetween female and androgyne. Pronounced “jinx”.
  87. Heartic: A gender that you feel in your heart. Even if it doesn’t make any sense, you know in your heart that you’re that gender. No matter how much you try and deny it, you still know it. It feels cold and distant if you deny it, but once you accept it, it feels warm and protective. You can add any gender/alignment to the end of it (hearticboy, hearticgirl, hearticnonbinary/enbie, etc.).
  88. Horshugender: a binary gender that is so extremely intense that it actually begins to resemble the “opposite” binary gender. (Name comes from “horseshoe”.)
  89. Incognitasensius: A gender where your true gender feelings are unknown likely non existent but you identify with genders.
  90. Ineffabillisian: a gender that is utterly ineffable. It cannot be explained other than it only exists. It serves little purpose, but can be a crucial part in ones gender.
  91. Infingender: similar identity to pangender…identifying as EVERY gender available to the person. can be used as infingenderfae, infingenderfaun, infingenderflor, etc
  92. Infinigender: (infinitive gender): gender not limited by tense, person, or number; limitless or endless gender in space, extent, or size; gender impossible to measure or calculate. This gender can be very great in amount or degree, greater than any assignable quantity or countable number, able to be continued indefinitely, nonfinite space or quantity otherwise it is infinite. Not necessarily infinitrois, since it’s not a leptivity. See also: genderflow, supragender; parvusgender, zilliogender, zerogender, cosmicgender, abimegender, neurogender and mathgender.
  93. Infogender: an informative gender, in which it expresses more to the gender owner than with other people. Basically you experience that gender and it communicates and informs you while it does not really show itself for people around you for any reason.
  94. Innogender: from the italian word “innominato” which means nameless. It’s a gender that doesn’t have a name, can’t be described in words, or is unique to the one individual that uses the label. An innogender person knows their gender, it’s obvious and understood with a very clear presentation, but the individual doesn’t want to/can’t describe it in words. You may be innogender if: You don’t want to describe your gender but you still want a label for your gender You can’t put words to what your gender feels like You know your gender and how it affects you, but you just can’t describe it You’ve experimented with labels that seemed to fit but never felt comfortable with You feel as though you’re the only person in the world who has this gender and no one else could ever understand it
  95. Interdependent Gender: Interdependent gender: having two or more genders that are separate and completely different, yet inherently connected; One gender cannot exist without the other(s).
  96. Intergender: fills in the spaces between the genders; not without or none but the gender in the middle
  97. Invisigender: a gender experience that is for some reason partially or fully invisible.
  98. Lamingender: a gender experience composed of layers or slices.
  99. Lumevir: a male or male-aligned person whose epicenity is a central part to their identity
  100. Macrogender: large feelings of gender that are not identifiable within social gender categories.
  101. Malinegender: This is malinegender! Where you have two or more masculine-aligned genders genders! Maline is short for masculine-aligned!
  102. Mascprox: a gender that is very near to binary maleness, but not strictly so. a mascprox individual identifies with certain aspects of binary maleness, but not all aspects.
  103. Maverique: a gender characterized by autonomy and inner conviction regarding a sense of self that is entirely independent of male/masculinity, female/femininity or anything which derives from the two while still being neither without gender nor of a neutral gender.
  104. Maverivir: Part male, part maverique
  105. Metagender: to identify around or beyond a gender. Where your gender identity is almost that gender, but not quite, and also extends beyond that. Imagine that — is you, and | is the gender identity (and identifying fully with a gender is —|), then metagender is — | —
  106. Metaphuriac: when your gender identity and gender metaphor are identical.
  107. Microgender: small feelings of gender that are not identifiable within social gender categories.
  108. Miscigender: a gender that exists but is essentially unfelt and doesn’t affect the owner’s overall identity. For polygender people, to refer to “miscellaneous” genders that they may have, or for agender people, to describe a gender that is barely there and doesn’t change their agender-ness
  109. Neogender: Neogender is an umbrella term used to describe any gender coined/created in or after the year 2000. It also includes genders that were given definitions in or after 2000, as long as there was no strong implied definition and/or it was used to describe something different than does now. Neogenders are also MOGAI genders and any genders that don’t fit under Neogender aren’t MOGAI genders. That doesn’t exclude genders that fall under Xenogender, Aesthetigender, etc. due to both of them and every term under them being neogenders.
  110. Neutrovir: It means part male, part neutrois. Similar to viritrum, but a bit more specific.
  111. Nongender: A gender that is most accurately described by what it isn’t, not by what it is. Note: If someone is a nongender of a binary gender, they are not necessarily the other binary gender. A nonboy is not necessarily a girl, and vice versa. Nongenders are for people who are more sure of what their gender isn’t rather than what it is. Examples: A binary trans girl who is sure she is a girl would not need to use the label nonboy, as her identity is rooted in the fact that she is a girl, not that she is not a boy. A gender neutral person who is sure they are gender neutral would not need to use the labels nonboy and nongirl, as their identity is rooted in the fact that they are gender neutral, not that they are not a boy nor a girl. Another person is unsure of their gender and does not know what they are. However, they are sure they are not a girl. Thus, that person could use the label nongirl! A demigirl may have a partial connection to being a girl, but is more sure that she is not a boy rather than she is a girl. She could use the label nonboy!
  112. Nonvir: a gender that cannot be described as male-adjacent, male-aligned, or male-identified. notvirs are not men or gendervir. people who identify as boys can be notvir if they dont like being called men/gendervir or identify with the word boy but not man/gendervir. it can be used to describe anyone who isn't a man or gendervir though
  113. Nonxenic: A term for all non-xenogender identities, much like the term nonbinary. The orange and yellow stripes represent nonbinary identities while the pink and blue represent binary identities. The black is for genderlessness.
  114. Noxigender: Mostly male, partially non-binary with a little bit of female
  115. Nxnbinary: a gender that is both a nonbinary gender (such as neutrois) and agender/no gender. You can be a nonbinary gender and agender/no gender at the same time, go between them, or fluctuate between feeling a gender and not feeling gender. Emphasizes being a nonbinary gender. Spelled nxnbinary with an X instead of an O as if you’re crossing out that you’re a gender. Kinda similar to demigender (where agender/no gender is the non-gendered part), agenderflux (with fluctuations between agender and a gender), or being genderfluid between agender/no gender and a nonbinary gender.
  116. Nymboy: an abinary boy, or a boy who defines their boyhood in a way distinct from the gender “boy” as it exists in the gender binary. A combination of the words homonym and boy: (homo)nym + boy = nymboy.
  117. Ocugender: a gender that is only present when one looks for it. From “ocular”.
  118. Ogligender: you identify with 2 or more genders, but a maximum 5. you are a few genders, but not as many as polygender, and not as few as bigender.
  119. Oppogender: when you feel/are two (or more) contradicting or generally ‘opposite’ genders at the same time, such as being simultaneously completely gender-null and another gender.
  120. Overfemme: a gender identity or performance that can be conceptualized by picturing a spectrum running from a masculine point to a feminine point, and then running along that axis towards the “feminine” side, only to jump clear over the “feminine” dot and off the spectrum itself. overfemmes exist in this unbound space in which they incorporate notions that are “beyond”, “above” or “other than” femininity into their presentation and conceptualization of femme-ness itself. overfemmes transcend femininity without approaching masculinity in the slightest, and without rejecting femme-ness or femininity. a sort of femme-plus, overflowing femme, uber-femme. overfemme is what you get when you play with femininity in the loving way that only femmes can, while departing from femininity in a movement towards something new and beyond.
  121. Pangender: -a person who is a large number of genders (at the same time or not). -a person who is all genders within their own culture and life experience (at the same time or not). -a person who is infinite genders within their own culture and life experience (at the same time or not). -a person whose gender experience goes beyond the known genders within their own culture and life experience . -a person who is binary genders (female and male) + known genders + unknown genders within their own culture and life experience (at the same time or not). -a person who is polygender and more genders within their own culture and life experience (at the same time or not). Sometimes people use pandender to refer to "not caring about our gender/how other people view us. Mostly in the sense of, we don't mind whatever pronouns and genders and stuff, as long as people dont try to insist we're cis." Pangender refers to a wide multiplicity of genders that can (or not) tend to the infinite (meaning that this experience can go beyond the current knowledge of genders). This experience can be either simultaneously or over time. Being pangender does not require that one knows everything about all the established genders nowadays; being pangender goes beyond the known genders. Pangender can express gender fluidity or not; for example, a pangender person can manifest a genderflux, flowing from pangender to agender. This is known as Panfluid (or Panflux, the Gender). The greek prefix “pan” refers to “everything” or “all”, therefore, pangender could mean “all genders”, however the genders of pangender people are limited to their own life experience. Pangenders only identify with genders of their own culture. Pangenders DO NOT try to identify with ethnic genders outside their own culture (and ALL of them by the way), because that’s impossible (one would have to spend their life in ALL cultures). Attempting to identify with ethnic genders outside one’s culture is colonialist/appropriative; people who do that and call themselves pangender should NOT be considered as an example of pangender.  This applies to ALL other non-binary identities: one cannot identify with gender(s) outside their own culture.
  122. Paradoxgender: where you feel as if you’re all the genders, but none at the same time. It’s impossible to explain…It’s unique with everyone who uses it.
  123. Patigender: (Latin for endure) Where you have a gender, but you simply don’t like it and identify with it anyway. This term is a placeholder for your true gender.
  124. Perogender: Wanting to be a certain gender, but not being of said gender.
  125. Pixelgender: Identifying minimally as one gender and mostly as another/others. (pixelboy, pixelgirl, pixelnonbinary)
  126. Polygender: a term for someone who experiences two or more genders. It falls under the falls under the non-binary and transgender umbrellas. It can be used as a gender identity on its own or can be an umbrella term.
  127. Pomogender: That I really don't care about gender labels and (what genders really are) gender/sex-roles. Is it someone else here who also don't care about gender-labels and want humans to simply be humans? or A gender where one denies or does not fit any labels for any particular gender. For example, someone who knows they're not cis, but is not interested, or can't specify what their gender(s) are. or short for “postmodern”, a way for a person to say that they believe the current vocabulary is not quite complex enough (or diverse enough) to accurately describe their own sense of gender identity.
  128. Postgender: after a gender…postboy would have moved on from identifying as a boy but still has gendered ties to identifying as a boy and postgirl would have moved on from identifying as a girl but still has gendered ties to identifying as a girl
  129. Pregender: before…a gender; preboy would be moving to identify as a boy but has yet to fully embrace the term and pregirl would be moving to identify as a girl but has yet to fully embrace the term
  130. Prongender: your preferred pronouns affect your gender, instead of your gender affecting your pronouns.
  131. (Pronoun)gender: a placeholder-type gender for if you are unsure what you identify as just yet. a way of being non-specifically nonbinary. i.e, theygender, aergender, (your pronoun/s here)gender
  132. Quadgender: a non-binary gender identity in which someone has four distinct gender identities. They may feel like all of the four genders at the same time or be fluid between them, in which case they may also identify as genderfluid. Quadgender people may have any combination of genders.
  133. Quoivir: Someone who may be male or male-aligned but feels that gender identity and/or existing gender terms don’t quite apply to them. Someone whose relationship with malehood is complicated; someone who isn’t sure whether they experience malehood or what malehood means for them. Can be used as an alternative to “questioning”, in order to communicate exhaustion or frustration with searching for a better male-related gender identity term for oneself. Someone who is male or male-aligned and doesn’t care much for gender as a concept.
  134. Recugender: to identify with your birth gender, but you refuse to be cis; to be used as recugirl or recuboy. From the latin word “recuso”, meaning “to refuse”.
  135. Resgender: a gender that can be summed up as an unidentifiable, nondescript thing but manifests in hundreds of different genders that could be recognized and function as “girl” and /or”boy” but is entirely dependent on the context; based on the latin word “res”)
  136. Rivergender: my name is river and this gender describes the feeling that i am just me.
  137. Rosebxy: someone who considers themself both agender and a feminine boy/ a boy connected to femininity in gender or expression
  138. Scansiogender: a gender that feels like it is always rising/getting higher.
  139. Scattergender: gender is kinda all over the place, but who cares?
  140. Sexusgender: you feel that your sex and gender have a special bond with one another; your gender defines your biological anatomy. If you are agender and feel that special connection, you would be a sexusgender.
  141. Sezionegender: a gender that feels heavily divided or sectioned. While it is a single gender, it can be confusing and hard to describe as it’s split into distinct pieces that all fit together to make the whole.
  142. Shellfeminine: A gender with a masculine or male “shell” that is feminine or female at its core.
  143. Shellmasculine: A gender with a feminine or female “shell” that is masculine or male at its core.
  144. Spotgender: a type of polygender where there's a main gender, and then "spots" of other genders on top.
  145. Sprixygender: agender first, pangender second, neutrois third.
  146. Stellavir: A male or male-aligned person whose femininity is a central part to their identity.
  147. Stromagender: a gender which fills up the space around you; a gender which occupies others.
  148. Subgender: under the threshold for having a gender; subboy and subgirl are close but not quite boy and girl; subgender could also be an umbrella term for identities that distance themselves away from the current dichotomy but do not fully separate from it
  149. Superagender: above the threshold for having a gender/having a gender that exceeds above and including a gender; supraboy would include and extend beyond boy and supragirl would include and extend beyond girl or an identity that includes and exceeds genderlessness. For example, they would feel that their genderless level includes but also extends outside of being agender.
  150. Supertaskgender: you are constantly finding smaller and smaller details about your gender, which is finite, but there are an infinite number of these details to discover.
  151. Temnosgen: 1.) an act of “cutting out” or “cleaving a gender/the idea of gender from yourself”. a form of agender, but more intense. 2.) a form of constantly cutting out and reshaping your gender, never being satisfied with what it turns out being, so, like an artist, you constantly cut and reshape and mold your gender. the second term can also be called “gender de-re-constructionist” as it revolves around deconstructing and reconstructing your ideas of your gender
  152. Tenebraic: “Tenebraic” comes from the Latin word, “tenebrae”, meaning “shadows”, and the suffix -ic, meaning “related to (x)”. Tenebraic, as the word itself, would then mean “relating to shadows”. The variants are masc-tenebraic, neut-tenebraic, and fem-tenebraic, and can be used in combinations if you feel multiple. To be tenebraic essentially means to feel vaguely one identity while also feeling vaguely nonbinary, yet you don’t quite feel comfortable with either option. It is a form of disconnect from both options, not being completely agender or another gender, but the void/agender feeling essentially “overshadows” parts of it. Some days you will feel more shadowed than others. It is not meant to be a gender itself; more like a vague sensation of one, without the commitment of a concrete label. Think of it as a spectrum, but not brightly colored. The tenebraic identity, on its own, is meant to be its own category. The purpose of using it as a descriptor is not feeling very comfortable within the binary, nor the nonbinary, but taking a little piece of each with you (if you so choose). It is appropriate to use it as an adjective in relations to a concrete gender, such as “tenebraic demiboy”, “tenebraic pyrogender”, or anything else you feel is correct.
  153. Tragender: a gender that stretches over the whole spectrum/orb-y thing of gender
  154. Trigender: a form of multigender in which someone has three distinct gender identities. These three gender identities can be any gender, so long as it is not more or less than three. Trigender people may experience these genders simultaneously or fluidly.
  155. Tri-vir: for when you have three male or male-aligned genders
  156. Ungender: not without but a negative; an unboy would be the negative of a boy and an ungirl would be the negative of a girl
  157. Unibinary: A gender that turns the binary into one gender; A midbinary/exobinary gender that is a combination of the binary without being fully binary; An abinary/exterbinary/offbinary gender that is the combination of both binary genders in a nonbinary way
  158. Vestigibaonic: a core that comes in trace amounts, barely revealing itself
  159. Versuogender: a gender is currently made up of two or more genders which have blended together at the edges but are still distinguishable enough from each other that one can tell there’s more than one.
  160. Vestigender: a gender that blankets another, stronger, gender. It’s the only visible gender, but underneath there is much more of the blanketed gender than there is of the blanket gender.
  161. Viriligender: a very masculine gender. made for the trans ‘men’ who realize it is harmful to associate themselves with men, but have no other label for their gender. this gender is non-binary and is not to be associated with men in any way unless given permission. ‘virilis’ is a latin word to describe masculinity.
  162. Weirdgirl: when you’re kind of a binary girl, but in a weird way!

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