The neutrois flag.

Neutrois is a non-binary gender identity that is associated with having a neutral or null gender. It is an umbrella term, with each person experiencing neutrois differently. Common definition include feeling neutrally gendered, that is, feeling neither male or female or anything in between, but still feeling strongly gendered (similar to maverique or aporagender). Another common definite is feeling null-gendered, genderless or agender- some genderless individuals may identify as both agender and neutrois, while others may prefer one term or the other. Sometimes neutrois and agender are used interchangeably. Neutrois individuals may also identify as transgender.

History[edit | edit source]

The word neutrois was coined by a neutrois person named H. A. Burnham, in 1995[1]. The word neutrois is presumably made from a combination of the French word neutre, meaning "neutral" or "neuter," and French trois, "three," as in third gender.

Flag[edit | edit source]

The colors meaning of the neutrois flag are as follows: White represents being neutral, unidentified, or questioning gender. Dark chartreuse green is the inverse of lavender, a mix of pink and blue, showing that is not female or male. Black is for being agender or genderless.

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