The original girlflux flag.

The girlflux flag

Girlflux or womanflux is a gender under the genderflux umbrella describing someone who feels mostly or fully feminine the majority of the time but experiences fluctuating femininity and intensity of their female identity. This typically involves feeling strongly feminine sometimes and weakly feminine at other times. Girlflux people can fluctuate from feeling completely without gender to completely feminine or female. In between those extremes, one may feel slightly feminine, to half feminine, to mostly feminine—but not fully—, or any other amount of femininity. Some people may move smoothly between intensities while other people may quickly jump between intensities.

A girflux person may also experience other, non-feminine, genders, but this is not necessarily related to their girlflux identity.

History[edit | edit source]

The terms boyflux and girlflux were coined by Tumblr user kitsuneshay on August 19, 2015 in order to describe their own identity.[1]

Flag[edit | edit source]

On the original girlflux flag, the three large stripes of pink represent varying levels of femininity. The meanings of the five small stripes are as follows: blue represents male and masculine genders, purple stands for genders between male and female, the green is there for genders outside of the binary, the white for the lack of gender like agenderness or similar identities, and grey for unknown or unnamed genders.

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