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[[File:3CF04BF5-BB54-4ADB-8F2B-D8C0B8EAAA18.jpeg|thumb|The vixenamoric flag.]][[File:4711CEE8-6498-4872-8AA3-DB9C5E878036.jpeg|thumb]]'''Vixenamoric''' is a term for strictly women loving women. It was coined by Twitter users @ssapphrodite and @viixenyy to "distance [[Lesbian|lesbians]] attracted exclusively to femininity from [[Non-Binary|non-binary]], [[He/Him Lesbian|he/him]] and [[They/Them Lesbian|they/them lesbians]]"<ref>https://twitter.com/ssapphrodite/status/1277945495416197124?s=21</ref>, though this is inherently exclusionary and implies those groups aren't lesbians.<ref>https://vixenamoria.carrd.co/</ref> This is because they believe that pronouns equal gender, even though there are many languages that lack gender-specific pronouns and the extensive historical evidence of lesbians who do not use she/her pronouns due to the complicated relationship with womanhood lesbians have because womanhood has been strictly defined in relation to men. Some have attempted to reclaim the term to refer to lesbians attracted to those who are exclusively female.
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[[File:3CF04BF5-BB54-4ADB-8F2B-D8C0B8EAAA18.jpeg|thumb|The vixenamoric flag.]][[File:4711CEE8-6498-4872-8AA3-DB9C5E878036.jpeg|thumb]]'''Vixenamoric''' is a term for strictly women loving women. It was coined by Twitter users @ssapphrodite and @viixenyy to "distance [[Lesbian|lesbians]] attracted exclusively to femininity from [[Non-Binary|non-binary]], [[He/Him Lesbian|he/him]] and [[They/Them Lesbian|they/them lesbians]]"<ref>https://twitter.com/ssapphrodite/status/1277945495416197124?s=21</ref>, though this is inherently exclusionary and implies those groups aren't lesbians.<ref>https://vixenamoria.carrd.co/</ref> This is because they believe that pronouns equal gender, even though there are many languages that lack gender-specific pronouns and the extensive historical evidence of lesbians who do not use she/her pronouns due to the complicated relationship with womanhood lesbians have because womanhood has been strictly defined in relation to men. Some have attempted to reclaim the term to refer to binary lesbians attracted to those who are binary and female. A non-problematic alternative to vixenamoric is [[trixamoric]].
   
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In September 2020, one of the creators of the Vixenamoric label came out as agender and announced he would go by he/him pronouns. He disowned the Vixenamoric label and as of November 2020, continues to speak against it.
 
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Latest revision as of 14:04, 28 November 2020

The vixenamoric flag.

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Vixenamoric is a term for strictly women loving women. It was coined by Twitter users @ssapphrodite and @viixenyy to "distance lesbians attracted exclusively to femininity from non-binary, he/him and they/them lesbians"[1], though this is inherently exclusionary and implies those groups aren't lesbians.[2] This is because they believe that pronouns equal gender, even though there are many languages that lack gender-specific pronouns and the extensive historical evidence of lesbians who do not use she/her pronouns due to the complicated relationship with womanhood lesbians have because womanhood has been strictly defined in relation to men. Some have attempted to reclaim the term to refer to binary lesbians attracted to those who are binary and female. A non-problematic alternative to vixenamoric is trixamoric.

In September 2020, one of the creators of the Vixenamoric label came out as agender and announced he would go by he/him pronouns. He disowned the Vixenamoric label and as of November 2020, continues to speak against it.

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