Jūyōseika, or juyoseika, is an exclusive gender for BIPOC individuals (as well as disparethnic headmates and those with albinism). It is a gender that is effected by fighting for ones cultural rights, participating in race equality acts, and similar concepts of fighting for racial equality. One who is jūyōseika may have a mutogender that is only felt when participating in these acts, a gender that changes when participating in these acts, and/or a gender that fluctuates or changes when participating in these acts.
The reason this term includes disparethnic headmates is due to the fact that many disparethnic headmates are strongly connected to the concept of racial movements, and many wish to assist BIPOC-bodied individuals with these movements. This does not, however, warrant disparethnic headmates to speak over those who are BIPOC-bodied, and this gender is only meant to be used in a positive manner. If this identity is used as an excuse to speak over BIPOC-bodied individuals, it is not the fault of the identity, but rather the identifier.
Jūyōseika was coined by Fandom user Cryptocrew on January 14th, 2021. It was inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, as well as multiple other movements that are/were going on around the world. It was also coined to describe the gender of one of their fragments who (within the inner-world) is a person of color.
The flag was coined by Fandom user Cryptocrew on January 14th, 2021. The shades of browns and tans represent people of color while the white represents albinism and the persecution they face (specifically in the regions of Shinyanga and Mwanza). The scale represents equality between races and peace.
Jūyō means important in Japanese, while Seikatsu means life in Japanese. These were chosen in order to express the importance of all people and their lives. The word combination, however, messily translated into "necessary lifestyle," which is not what the coiner was going for.
The coiner is currently in search of an alternative name.