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    The gendersylph flag.

    Gendersylph, also known as Genderfaon, Genderfeor, or Genderfen is a form of genderfluidity in which someone is fluid exclusively (or nearly exclusively) between xenogenders or otherwise uncommon identities. Someone who is gendersylph would never (or very rarely) identify as a gender within the binary. They almost always identify as something non-binary. This identity can change at random and can also fluctuate in intensity. This identity is similar to genderflor but specifically includes xenogenders/uncommon genders.

    Variants of gendersylph include:

    • Gendersylphet, never being fully female but experiencing feminine genders.
    • Gendersylpher, never being fully male but experiencing masculine genders.
    • Gendersylphen, never being fully male or female but experiencing both masculine and feminine genders.


    Demisylph, also known as demifaon, demifeor, or demifen, is a gender which is partially static and partially fluid. The fluid part of the gender is made up entirely (or almost entirely) of xenogenders. The static part of the gender is undefined, and can be anything, so it varies from individual to individual.[1]


    Gendersylph was coined by Honey, on May 1st, 2018, via the Tumblr blog uncommongenders,[2] and alternate names were coined by Tumblr blog Beyond MOGAI Pride Flags.

    The origional gendersylph flag was also designed by Honey via the Tumblr blog uncommongenders, on the same date that the term was coined.

    Another flag was created by user strbwryfemme.



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