A flag with seven horizontal stripes; the top stripe is black, the next stripe is grey, the next stripe is light green, the middle stripe is white, the next stripe is light pink, the next stripe is light orange, and the bottom stripe is yellow.

The panagender flag.

Alternate apangender flag

Panagender, also known as Apangender, Librapangender,[1] Pxngender, and Omnagender, is gender that is both agender and pangender and/or somewhere between those identities. Panagender is an identity that is connected to all genders, but also has a connection to genderlessness/agendered feelings. This may also be described as a pangender individual who feels they have no gender identity or a null gender identity, or an agender person having some connection to pangenderness.

Similar terms are pangenderless, demiagender, and demipangender.

History and Flags

Panagender and the primary flag were coined by mod arco-pluris on the Tumblr blog beyond-mogai-flags on August 2, 2018.[2] However, the term panagender was already in use since April 2018.[3] The flag's color meanings are currently unknown, but the flag seems to be a combination of the agender flag and the pangender flag.

The alternate flag was designed by Tumblr user neopronouns on January 14, 2021 as a request from an anonymous user.[4] The flag's color meanings are currently unknown.

Etymology

The prefixes pana- and apan- are combinations of the prefixes for agender and pangender. Librapan- is a mixture of the prefixes for pangender and libragender, a gender identity that is partially agender and partially another gender. Pxn- is a derivative of the prefix pan-, where the a is replaced with an x as if one is crossing out that they're pangender, which is common practice for agender identities. Omna- is a combination of the prefixes for omnigender and agender.


Resources

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.