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    The Starrystone Collector flag.
    The Starrystone Collector flag.

    A Starrystone Collector is a termcollector who collects non-binary/non-trinary genders, but not masculine or feminine genders. This includes non-binary, xenine, outherine, maverique, neutrois, non-trinary, and agender genders. A starrystone collector may be fluid between their collected genders, experience all of them at once, or flux between them. They can experience their genders in any way.

    Starrystone Collectors collect only nonbinary/nontrinary genders. Starrystone collectors cannot collect androgynous genders. Starrystone collectors don't have to collect all of the non-binary/trinary genders, either.

    Starrystone collectors could:

    • Be nonbinary people who usually only expecience nonbinary/nontrinary genders.
    • Be agender people who feel as if their agender-ness can be/is described by multiple agender labels.
    • Be xenic people whose genders aren't related to masculinity or femininity in any way.
    • Be anyone who experiences multiple genders that aren't masculine, feminine, or androgynous.

    Starrystone collector is not an exclusive term.

    The feminine and masculine versions are moonstone collector and sunstone collector


    The starrystone collector flag was designed on April 2nd, 2021. The mint stripes represent non-femininity and non-masculinity. The yellow stripes represent nonbinary or neutral genders and their range. The white stripe represents xenic, maverique, and outherine genders, and the purple-gray stripe represents void and agender genders. The emblem, a star-and-planet image, is used to represent both nonbinary/nontrinary and xenic gender experiences.


    The term was coined by user milky jirin aeris on April 2nd, 2021, the same day the flag was created.

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