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The cupiogex flag.

Masculine-loving-masculine/men-loving-men cupiogex flag.

Feminine-loving-feminine/woman-loving-woman cupiogex flag.

Androgynous-loving-androgynous/neutral-loving-neutral cupiogex flag

Outherine-loving-outherine/Xenic-loving-xenic/genderless-loving-genderless flag

Cupiogex is a term under the category of cupiosexual. It refers to someone who is gay (vincian, lesbian, or gai) and is exclusively attracted to the same/similar gender(s). However, they are willing to participate in activities with other/dissimilar genders, despite feeling no attraction.[1] These activities may or may not be sexual. The reasons for these activities, include but is not limited to: pleasure, economic reasons, reproduction, artistic expression, etc.

Cupiogex is the opposite of cupiohex.

History

Cupiogex was coined by beyond-mogai-pride-flags on November 5th of 2018.

Flags

The original flag was coined by beyond-mogai-pride-flags on November 5th of 2018. It is based off of the cupiosexual flag. The next four flags were coined by Cryptocrew on January 28th of 2021.

On the vincian or masculine-loving-masculine flag, the blues represents masculine genders being attracted to other masculine genders, the the eight pointed star represents respect and interaction with other genders, the red fading into purplish-pink represents feminine genders and androgynous/neutral genders, the green represents genderless/agender genders, and the yellow represents outherine/xenic genders.

On the feminine-loving-feminine flag, the pinks represent feminine genders being attracted to other femininine genders, the eight pointed star represents respect and interaction with other genders, the blue fading into purplish-pink represents masculine genders and androgynous/neutral genders, the green represents genderless/agender genders, and the yellow represents outherine/xenic genders.

On the androgynous-loving-androgynous/neutral-loving-neutral flag, the purplish-pinks represent androgynous/neutral genders, the eight pointed star represents respect and interaction with other genders, the pink fading into blue represents feminine genders and masculine genders, the green represents genderless/agender genders, and the yellow represents outherine/xenic genders.

On the outherine-loving-outherine/xenic-loving-xenic/genderless-loving-genderless flag, the shades of yellow and green represent xenic/outherinity and genderlessness, the eight pointed star represents respect and interaction with other genders, the pink fading into blue represents feminine genders and masculine genders, and purple represents androgyny/neutrality.

Etymology

The prefix cupio- comes from the Latin word cupio, meaning "to desire" or "to long for".

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