Multigender, or polygender, is a term for someone who experiences two or more genders. It falls under the non-binary and transgender umbrellas. It can be used as a gender identity on its own or as an umbrella term. This includes bigender (two genders), trigender (three genders), quadgender (four genders), and so on, all the way up to pangender (all genders).
Multigender individuals may experience these genders identities at the same time making them kymenian, or their gender identity may change over time, making them genderfluid. If a individual experiences fluctuation in the intensity of those genders, they could possibly be multiflux. The genders they experience can be male, female and/or any non-binary identities.
Polygender was first known to be described in 1995 as having "characteristics of multiple genders, deliberately refuting the concept of only two genders". In 1998, the word polygender was used in a transgender community on the internet called Sphere as an umbrella term for trans individuals whose genders were outside the binary.
The flag was made by an unknown user before July of 2015. Blue and pink represent masculinity and femininity respectively, and those who feel partially male/female. Yellow is for genders outside the binary. Black is for those who feel partially agender. Grey is for those whose gender(s) change or fluctuate.
The multigender flag was made by an unknown user on or before January 16, 2016. It is unknown if it has a meaning.
Hahahjdgehejeh's version of the flag was created on the November 29, 2020. The purple represents being both partially masculine and feminine at once. The pink represents being partially feminine genders. Orange represents being partially a gender that is outside the masculine-feminine spectrum. The white/light grey represents being partially genderless or agender. Yellow represents being partially a neutral gender. Green represents being multiple genders at once. The blue represents being partially masculine genders.
The colors on Samonaspectrum's mutligender flag are white for the swift motion of gender identity or feeling of beyond gender identity, yellow for the mix of two or more at the same time, pink for feminine genders, blue for masculine genders, purple for non-binary genders, and black for all genders.