The indig flag.

Indig describes non-binary people who present with a combination of masculine, feminine, and androgynous features. It's a loose term and can be used by any non-binary person that does not feel like any of the more specific terms fit them.

Indig 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 non-binary person presenting with masculine, feminine, and androgynous features who is feminine aligned could call themself indig lunarian.

Flag[edit | edit source]

The flag was designed by Tumblr user Elfiot, the coiner of the term, in January 2018[1].

The diamond in the center represents all four elemental signs together.

Etymology[edit | edit source]

Indig is derived from the word indigo.

Resources[edit | edit source]

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