Non-Trinary flag

Non-Trinary or Non-Ternary refers to someone whose gender does not fall strictly within the gender trinary/ternary (man, woman, and neutrois). Anyone who is not always, solely, 100% male, always, solely, 100% female, or always, solely, 100% neutrois can be considered non-trinary. Some non-trinary people may identify with one or more of the trinary genders, at least in part.

Non-trinary can be a gender identity on its own, or it can be used as an umbrella term for anyone whose gender is something other than male, female, or neutrois.


The Non-Trinary flag was made on January 9 2021 by Fandom user Starfruit110. The flag has teal to represent not being solely 100% female (teal being the opposite of pink, the stereotypical feminine colour), orange to represent not being solely 100% male (orange being the opposite of blue, the stereotypical masculine colour), and black to represent not being solely, 100% neutrois (black being the opposite of white, a colour which is commonly used for neutrality).

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