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    Wildgender flag created by wiki user Mswolfy81
    Mswolfy81's wildgender flag without the emblem
    Wildgender flag created by wiki user Mswolfy81
    simplified version of Mswolfy81's alternate wildgender flag

    Someone who is wildgender may incorporate the wild and untamed into their gender in some way. Wildgender includes many of floragender and faunagender, but not all of them. Wildgender's inclusivity refers specifically to plants, animals, landscapes, and other related parts of nature. The gender can feel untamed, wild, and unable to be domesticated. While faunagender includes pupgender and catgender, wildgender would rather include genders relating to wolves (wolfgender), hyenas, tigers (tigergender), and caracals: all animals that are deeply feral and unwilling to be tamed.

    Could be seen as related or similar to exemgender; however, it excludes the mythical and fantasy elements, as well as being more untamable. Can be seen to include parts of feragender and all who fall under the beastgender umbrella. May or may not be a kingender.

    History

    Wildgender was coined by Wikia user MsWolfy81 on January 7, 2021.

    Flags

    The wildgender flag featuring a vine over purple, green, and blue stripes is made to represent chaos and free growth in the vine; dark skies, wildflowers, and self-rule (as the color represents royalty) in the purple stripes; nature, Earth, and other difficult-to-control elements in the mossy green; and bright days, mountains, stone, light, flight, a daytime skies in the blue and blue-grey stripes.

    The wildgender alt flag, featuring a moon over black and blue stripes, is designed to represent the dark, mysterious, unknown, and the parts of the world which humans often struggle to comprehend, the beauty in change as day turns to night and the moon cycles through its phases, the light in darkness that wild creatures see by, and the open skies and freedom of the clear twilight. It also represents the large number of creatures who are crepuscular (most active at dawn and dusk), and show that there are animals and plants who each favor either the night or the day and may be waking or hiding for rest as the darkness falls, so that it may include all wildlife in its representation.

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