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    The Inkongender flag.
    The neurogender Inkongender flag.

    Inkongender is characterised by having a vague and inconsistent relationship with gender. An inkogender indivual may sometimes feel as if gender does not apply to them at all, while other times they may feel as if they have a gender but are unable to describe the gendered experience they’re having. Despite the vague connection to or general disconnect from gender, they may still use gender labels that fit them best and/or collect genders that they have a connection to. Inkongender can be considered a neurogender, but it doesn’t have to be.

    History

    The term and its subsets were coined by Tumblr user Pupyzu on April 12, 2021.[1]

    Flag

    The flag was created by Tumblr user Pupyzu at the same time of term coining.

    On this flag, black represents a disconnect from gender, shades of gray represents a vague relationship with gender, and the rainbow gradient represents using and/or collecting gender labels.

    Inkonflux

    The Inkonflux flag.

    Inkonflux is a subset of Inkongender. It has a similar definition, except an inkonflux individual may use gender labels that fit them best and/or collect genders they have a fluctuating connection to. On its flag, purple represents fluctuation.[2]

    Inkonfluid

    The Inkonfluid flag.

    Inkonfluid is a subset of Inkongender. It has a similar definition, except an inkonfluid individual may use gender labels that fit them best and/or collect genders they have a fluid connection to. On its flag, hot pink represents fluidity.[3]

    Inkonfluix

    The Inkonfluix flag.

    Inkonfluix is a subset of Inkongender. It has a similar definition, except an inkonfluix individual may use gender labels that fit them best and/or collect genders they have a fluctuating and/or fluid connection to. On its flag, mauve represents fluidity and fluctuation.[4]

    Inkonstatic

    The Inkonstatic flag.

    Inkonstatic is a subset of Inkongender. It has a similar definition, except an inkonstatic individual may use gender labels that fit them best and/or collect genders they have a static connection to.

    On its flag, green represents staticity.[5]

    References

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