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The genderflor flag.

Genderflor, or Wyvegender, is a form of genderfluidity that never encompasses masculine or feminine genders. Genderflor individuals can be fluid between any range of non-binary genders, unaligned genders (such as aporagender), and genderlessness. However, they are never a binary man or woman and do not experience genders that are related to masculinity or femininity.

Variants of genderflor include:

History

Genderflor was coined by a Tumblr anon and posted by beyond-mogai-pride-flags on March 25, 2018.[1]

The original flag was created by Tumblr user obscure-dare on or before July 19, 2018.[2]. Purple represented a feminine but not female color, green a masculine but not male color, and the thick white line in the middle the absence of gender. The bold black lines are from the genderfluid flag, and the thin black lines represent "unplaceable" genders. It was based off the genderqueer flag.

The current flag was created by Admin Kyle from the Tumblr blog uncommongenders on July 19, 2018. It is based on the genderfae and genderfaun flags. The colors are a wide range of colors but do not include blue or pink.

An alternate version of this flag was created by Tumblr user neopronouns on September 17, 2019.[3]

Another alternate version was created by Tumblr user flagify on October 8, 2020.[4] One more alternate version was created by FANDOM user Reign of the breadsticcs on April 11, 2021.

Another flag was created by user strbwryfemme. @strwbryfemme's flags should be used with caution as fawn has a history of exclusionism against m-spec lesbians. [5][6]

A unique set of wyvegender flags were created by FANDOM user Stormqi on May 5, 2021.

Florflux

Florflux is a combination of fluidflux and genderflor. It defines when one is fluidflux but never encompasses any masculine or feminine genders. The feminine equivalent is faeflux. The masculine equivalent is faunflux.

The florflux flags were made by user strwbryfemme.

Demiflor

Demiflor is a gender which is partially static and partially fluid. The fluid part of the gender fluctuates between identities which are not male, male-aligned, masculine, female, female-aligned, or feminine. The static part of the gender is undefined, and can be anything, so it varies from individual to individual.

A unique demiflor flag was created by Tumblr user idvault on October 28, 2020.[7] An alternate demiflor flag was created by DeviantArt user Pride-Flags on February 13, 2021.[8]

Flags

References

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