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    Queergenic or Identitygenic is a term used to describe a system that has headmates that have taken the form of an LGBTQ+ identity. For example, there may be a headmate that is the personified version of catgender, or a headmate that is made to act how an individual would imagine pansexual acting if the sexuality were a person.

    This could be because the core intentionally or unintentionally personified their identities to the point where they formed into actual headmates, it may be that the system is very centered around LGBTQ+ spaces, or that the system has trauma based around queerphobia and thus their mind forms headmates of identities to validate and encourage them. It may also be entirely coincidental, with no true reasoning behind it.

    There are multiple subsets to this listed below. If one wishes to identify with multiple of these terms, they may use the terms separately, or they may say they are- for example- queergenic2, queergenic3, etc. The amount of terms one identifies with on this page determines what number they may put at the end of queergenic when speaking/writing.

    Xenicgenic

    Xenicgenic is a subset to queergenic in which a system forms headmates based around what would be considered xenogenders or otherwise xenic genders. For example, they may have headmates that are personified versions of musicagenders, birdgenders, and shipgenders.

    Gendergenic

    Gendergenic is a subset to queergenic in which a system forms headmates based around genders. This may or may not include xenogenders depending on the person, however it specifically includes genders such as girl, boy, non-binary, maverique, etc. For example, they may have a headmate that is the personified version of what they expect the gender to be.

    Varsegenic

    Varsegenic is a subset to queergenic in which a system forms headmates based around sexes. For example, they have have headmates that are personified versions of intersex variations, or a headmate that is the personified version of altersex identities.

    Orientatiogenic

    Orientiogenic is a subset to queergenic in which a system forms headmates based around sexual orientations, romantic orientations, or both. For example, they may have a headmate that is the personified version of asexual, or a headmate that is the personified version of homoromantic.

    Tertiarygenic

    Tertiarygenic is a subset to queergenic in which a system forms headmates based around tertiary identities and/or tertiary attraction. For example, they may have a headmate that is the personified version of heteroplatonic.

    Amogamgenic

    Amogamgenic, amorygenic, or gamousgenic is a subset to queergenic in which a system forms headmates based around amorous/gamous identities. For example, they may have headmates that are personified versions of polyamorous, ambiamorous, and nonamorous.

    Microlagenic

    Microlagenic is a subset to queergenic in which a system forms headmates based around microlabels. For example, they may have headmates that are personified versions of terms such as idemromantic, nomvie, and apatosaurugender.

    Pronougenic

    Pronougenic is a subset to queergenic in which a system forms headmates based around pronouns. For example, they may have headmates that are personified versions of neopronouns and emojipronouns.

    History

    Mogaigenic was coined by Tumblr user Plurgai, seemingly on or before February 28th of 2021.

    Queergenic and the rest of its subsets (xenicgenic, gendergenic, orientatiogenic, tertiarygenic, amogamgenic, microlagenic, and pronougenic) were coined by Cryptocrew's system on June 5th of 2021.

    Gendercontinuum and genderentities were coined by Tumblr user Plurgai at an unknown date, however, this coining is now unavailable.

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