- A gender based around banjos, their aesthetics, and at the core, banjo music and sounds. Since every instrument can be made to produce different kinds of sounds, this could be a diverse gender experience, but the general aesthetic of banjo music, bright, speedy, bluegrass tones, among other musical aesthetics, is the core of this gender.
- A subset of genderpiano where someone's gender is affected by playing and/or listening to the banjo. One may feel their gender more strongly or feel a different gender/gender identity entirely when playing or listening to the banjo. For example, one may be a demiboy normally, but be juxera when playing and/or listening to the banjo.
Someone who is banjogender could also be both of those definitions as well as either one of them.
The term banjogender was coined as part of a series of new musicagenders based on instruments on March 8, 2021 by FANDOM user Reign of the breadsticcs.
The banjogender flag was also designed by Reign of the breadsticcs on March 8, 2021. The deep red/golden orange color scheme of the flag represents the traditional colors of banjos and the blue color scheme represents bluegrass and hippie aesthetics related to banjos. The bright, breezy shades of each color represent the bright carefree, bluegrass tones most commonly associated with banjo music.