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    Masqyne (pronounced mass-keen) is a gender in which one feels somewhat feminine, but not a woman or woman-aligned, and is mostly man-aligned or masculine.

    The amount of femininity varies from individual to individual, as well as the amount of masculinity/man-alignment, but the amount of masculinity/man-alignment always outweighs the amount of femininity. For example, one may be 40% feminine and 60% masculine/man-aligned. Another masqyne individual may be 1% feminine and 43% masculine/man-aligned. Another masqyne individual may be 90% feminine and 100% masculine/man-aligned.

    Additionally, a masqyne individual may be amplusian or suptilian. The amount of femininity and/or masculinity/man-alignment one experiences may stay the same, or it may vary, but as long as one's masculinity/man-alignment outweighs one's femininity, one is masqyne.

    Depending on how a masqyne individual perceives one's own gender, one may also consider oneself to be demiboy, paraboy, themisfeminine, bigender, or androgyne.

    The opposite of masqyne is femdraz.

    History

    Masqyne was coined by an anonymous wiki user on October 27, 2020.

    Etymology

    Masq sounds like "masc," which is short for "masculine," and qyne looks like "gyno," which, in this case, means "feminine." Masq comes before qyne to show that masculinity/man-alignment is more present than femininity.

    Flag

    The masqyne flag was created by an anonymous wiki user on October 27, 2020. The large blue stripes represent being mostly man-aligned or masculine. The purple stripes represent androgyny and nonconformity. The pink represents femininity, and it takes up less space as to show that it is less present than the masculinity/man-alignment.

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