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The genderflorent flag - 7 horizontal stripes which go from light blue to light pink (top to bottom).

The genderflorent flag.

Genderflorent is a variant of genderfloren in which someone is fluid between genders that span from all masculine genders up to, but not including, (binary) man to feminine genders that go about halfway or two-thirds of the way to (binary) woman. A person who is genderflorent can identify as non-binary, agender, demiboy/demigirl, or any other gender in the combination of masculinity, femininity, neutrality, and genderlessness. Some individuals who are genderflorent may also identify with genders that are unaligned/abinary or xenogenders.

One variation of this term is genderflorentflux, which is a combination of genderflorent and fluidflux, meaning that an individual feels that their gender varies in intensity but stays within the boundaries of what genderflorent describes.

Flag

The flag for genderflorent was created by the user vsouzz at the same time as the term (May 21, 2021).

The top of the flag is a shade of blue that is somewhat dark, but not as dark as one would typically associate with binary man, as to show that genderflorent does not encompass binary man, but still encompasses masculinity. It fades to white on the 5th stripe, which can represent either agender, non-binary, or xenogenders. The bottom stripe is a light pink to show association with femininity but not with binary woman. Overall, the flag has seven stripes because seven is an odd number and the concept of the term genderflorent is to show an uneven distribution within the spectrum of genders one might feel.

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