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    The trans alignment system flag.

    The trans alignment system is a system made for anyone who identifies as transgender. This encompasses those who are transfeminine, transmasculine, transneutral, and more. This could also be considered as a system for gender non-conforming and pronoun non-conforming transgender individuals who don’t follow the stereotypes of their gender(s).

    This can also be an umbrella term for all genders that are partially transgender (eg. demiboy, demigender), and identify with two or more labels, although transgender individuals who identify as fully transgender and have another identity, pronouns, and/or presentation can use these terms.

    All of the terms can also be used for a general identity for system individuals. This isn’t exclusive to one person and could be used as a all.

    Terms

    Transmasculine

    These terms can be an umbrella for all transmasculine folk who, but not limited to: don’t exclusively use he/him or masculine pronouns, aren’t exclusively masculine in presentation, don’t fall into the stereotype of masculinity, and don’t exclusively identify with a masculine gender.

    • Transfinoy: A transmasculine/trans boy who identifies as both transgender and feminine.
    • Translinoy : A transmasculine/trans boy who identifies as both transgender and androgynous.
    • Transnioy: A transmasculine/trans boy who identifies as both transgender and neutral.
    • Transaginoy: A transmasculine/trans boy who identifies as both transgender and AGIN.
    • Transxenoy: A transmasculine/trans boy who identifies as both transgender and xenine.

    Transfeminine

    These terms can be an umbrella for all transfeminine folk who, but not limited to: don’t exclusively use she/her or feminine pronouns, aren’t exclusively feminine in presentation, don’t fall into the stereotype of femininity, and don’t exclusively identify with a feminine gender.

    • Transmirl: A transfeminine/trans girl who identify as both transgender and masculine.
    • Translinirl: A transfeminine/trans girl who identify as both transgender and androgynous.
    • Transnirl: A transfeminine/trans girl who identify as both transgender and neutral.
    • Transaginirl: A transfeminine/trans girl who identify as both transgender and AGIN.
    • Transxenirl: A transfeminine/trans girl who identify as both transgender and xenine.

    Transneutral

    These terms can be an umbrella for all transneutral folk who, but not limited to: don’t exclusively use they/them or neutral pronouns, aren’t exclusively neutral in presentation, don’t fall into the stereotype of neutrality, and don’t exclusively identify with a neutral gender.

    • Transmifitral: A transneutral folk who identifies as transgender and masculine/feminine, but separately.
    • Translintral: A transneutral folk who identifies as both transgender and androgynous.
    • Transfintral: A transneutral folk who identifies as both transgender and feminine.
    • Transmitral: A transneutral folk who identifies as both transgender and masculine.
    • Transagitral: A transneutral folk who identifies as both transgender and AGIN.
    • Transxentral: A transneutral folk who identifies as both transgender and xenine.

    Transandrogynous

    These terms can be an umbrella for all transandrogynous folk who, but not limited to: don’t exclusively use masculine or feminine pronouns (it’s not needed), aren’t exclusively androgynous in presentation, don’t fall into the stereotype of androgynity, and don’t exclusively identify with a androgynous gender.

    • Transfinous: A transandrogynous/trans androgyne who identify as both transgender and feminine.
    • Transminous: A transandrogynous/trans androgyne who identify as both transgender and masculine.
    • Transnious: A transandrogynous/trans androgyne who identify as both transgender and neutral.
    • Transaginous: A transandrogynous/trans androgyne who identify as both transgender and AGIN.
    • Transxenous: A transandrogynous/trans androgyne who identify as both transgender and xenine.

    Transxenine

    These terms can be an umbrella for all transxenine folk who, but not limited to: don’t exclusively use neopronouns or neutral pronouns, aren’t exclusively xenic in presentation, don’t fall into the stereotype of xeninity, and don’t exclusively identify with a xenic gender.

    • Transfinine: A transxenine/trans xenic who identify as both transgender and feminine.
    • Transminine: A transxenine/trans xenic androgyne who identify as both transgender and masculine.
    • Translinine: A transxenine/trans xenic who identify as both transgender and androgyne.
    • Transnine: A transxenine/trans xenic who identify as both transgender and neutral.
    • Transaginine: A transandrogynous/trans androgyne who identify as both transgender and AGIN.

    Transaporine

    These terms can be an umbrella for all transaporine folk who, but not limited to: aren’t exclusively aporine in presentation, don’t fall into the stereotype of aporinity, and don’t exclusively identify with a aporine gender.

    • Transnirine: A transaporine folk who identify as both transgender and neutral.
    • Transaginrine: A transaporine folk who identify as both transgender and AGIN.
    • Transxenrine: A transaporine folk who identify as both transgender and xenine.

    History

    Transfinoy, transmirl, transmifitral, and translintral were coined by Tumblr user Queerness-lover on July 6, 2021. X also made the flags on the same day.[1][2][3]

    Later on, the other terms were coined by the same person on the wiki on September 11, 2021. The trans alignment flag was also created on this date.

    Flags

    The transgender alignment flag has eleven stripes. Blue and pink represent AGAB and femininity/masculinity, purple represents androgyny, yellow represents neutrality, and orange represents a combination of some transgender terms. The white lines represent non-binary terms and AGIN alignment. The symbol contains the basic transgender symbol, but it has been combined with the neutrois and non-binary symbols as well.

    Etymology

    The terms are all a combination of transgender and the alignment one identifies with. For example, transfinoy is a combination of "transgender," "FIN," and "boy."

    References

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