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    The faefallfa'fine flag.

    Faefallfa’fine (pronounced fay-fall-fah-feen), also known as fayfallfa’fine or faefall, is a gender identity in which someone feels a very strong connection to femininity, woman-aligned genders, or female/feminine genders but doesn’t quite know where they are on the feminine/female spectrum and/or their spot on the spectrum fluctuates. Those who identify as faefallfa’fine do not need to be transfeminine or female. Anyone who feels a very strong connection to femininity, whether that be all the time or just sometimes, can identify as faefallfa’fine, exclusively or not.

    History

    The term was coined by Instagram user grassmanenjoyer on September 10, 2021. The flag was created by the same user on the same day.[1] The alternate label, fayfallfa'fine, was created for those who do not want to use "fae."

    Flag

    Although the colors don't have individual meanings, the different shades of pink are supposed to represent all feminine and female genders while the yellow and orange represent non-binary, gender non-conforming, and genderfluid individuals.

    Etymology

    The name faefallfa'fine is a mix between the labels genderfae and fa'afafine, although one does not need to resonate or identify with these labels to identify as faefallfa'fine, nor does one have to not encompass masculine/male genders.

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