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    The official Ainic flag
    A common Ainic flag

    Ainic, alternatively Aicnic (often as a descriptor), is a term for people on the multisexual spectrum who have a preference towards people who are genderless/agender in nature (AGIN). This can refer to people who are attracted to agender spectrum people. It can also refer to people who are attracted to a genderless/gender neutral presentation (regardless of the person's actual gender).

    The term can be used by anyone who is attracted to two or more genders but has a preference for genderlessness. It can be used a sexuality by itself or as a modifier for another sexuality (ie: aicnic polysexual).


    There are currently two flags for this identity. The first was created by the person who had coined the term (see links below). The second was created as an alternative to this original. The first flag does not have any mentioned symbolism or meaning behind it explained. The second flag was created with 5 horizontal stripes on the back representing an alternative multisexual flag and has a light green square in the center. The alternative multisexual flag has blue, yellow, and pink stripes for three spectrums of gender (male, female, and nonbinary) with white stripes in between. The color white is built using all other colors and thus in this flag represents attraction to multiple genders. The light green square is the same color of the agender flag, representing the agender in nature attraction as the focus of the flag.


    The term Ainic was coined on July 12, 2020, by Androidic on Tumblr.[1]

    The alternative spelling Aicnic likely comes from a typo and is now sometimes used in speech in obscure lgbtq groups on the upper east coast.[2]


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