The cerul flag.

Cerul describes non-binary people who present in a traditionally feminine way. They do not necessarily have to be feminine aligned or lunarian.

Cerul is a term from the pallet system of non-binary gender presentation. It's used to describe non-binary people's gender presentation without having to use the binary language like "masculine" or "woman-aligned". It is similar to the lesbian terms "butch" and "femme". The term was designed to be used along side the galactian alignment system, but can be used by any non-binary person. For example a feminine presenting, unaligned nonbinary person could call themself cerul stellarian.

The masculine and androgynous counterparts to cerul are vermil and pewt.

Etymology[edit | edit source]

Cerul is derived from the word cerulean, which is a shade of blue.

Flag and other symbols[edit | edit source]

The flag was designed by Tumblr user Elfiot, the coiner of the term[1].

The flag was meant to replicate the lunarian flag’s cool colors. It has the alchemical symbol for water in the center, as water considered a feminine element.

Other cerul symbols include, the moon, water, and "feminine" energies.

Resources[edit | edit source]

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