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    The achilleangender flag.

    Achilleangender is an orientationgender in which one's achillean identity heavily affects, correlates with, or influences their gender. One may feel that their attraction to men has an impact on their gender that can only be explained by them. Achilleangender Individuals may or may not identify with other genders alongside achilleangender, such as a man, demiboy, proxvir, boyflux, or/and any other man-aligned or masculine-aligned gender(s).

    One's gender can be influenced by one's achillean identity in many ways. For example, one may not feel fully connected to manhood because manhood often is heavily tied with attraction to women. One may feel that, even though they are a man, they do not feel fully connected to that gender, or feel as though their experience as a man has been heavily influenced by being achillean to the point that one's identity as a man, and one's identity as achillean become blurred. Achilleangender individuals may be gender non-conforming for similar reasons.

    Alternative flag by FANDOM user Homesick Moonstone.

    The feminine equivalent of achilleangender is sapphicgender.


    Achilleangender was first mentioned by Tumblr user momma-mogai-sphinx on March 5, 2019. The flag was created on December 24, 2019, by mogaibun.


    The second flag was created on January 5th 2021 by FANDOM user Homesick Moonstone. The icy blue tones represent being Achillean, the standard blue tones represent being male (or male-aligned) and the white stripe represents transgender/GNC/non-binary Achilleans.

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