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    The darker variant of the Agirl flag

    Agirl or afemale is a gender identity which can be described as an agender or genderless person who prefers to be or has no trouble being perceived as a girl or a feminine-presenting person. Agirl is not to be confused with demigirl or librafeminine; where demigirl describes a person who partially identifies as a female, agirl strictly identifies with being agender but allows or prefers to be perceived with feminine traits. Librafeminine is a person who identifies as mainly agender, but with a small connection to femininity or womanhood. An agirl would feel no connection to womanhood, but allows or prefers to be perceived as feminine. The masculine version is Aboy.

    The lighter variant of the Agirl flag

    History

    The term was coined by Discord user Monarch on the 11th of June 2021.

    Flag

    Two flags, a lighter and darker variant, were created by Discord user Monarch on the 11th of June 2021.

    Alternative agirl flag.

    The black/dark grey (#111111 or #222222) represents the absence of gender while the pink (#FFC0CB) represents a preferred feminine presentation.

    The flag is two black stripes, one pink stripe, and two black stripes. This is to emphasise the agender aspect.

    The alternative agirl was made by themogaidragon on Tumblr, on september, 10, 2021.[1] The aboy gender symbol as been designed by the same person the same day.

    Agirl symbol.

    Grey and black represents lack of gender. Green symbolises agenderlessness. Pink is for preferred to be perceived as a girl/woman and perceived as feminine. The symbol is the agirl symbol.

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