Sunstone collectors are termcollectors who collects masculine/male and non-binary/nontrinary genders, but not feminine/female genders. This includes non-binary, xenine, outherine, maverique, neutrois, non-trinary, masculine, partially masculine or male, agender, and male genders. A sunstone 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.
Sunstone Collectors collect both masculine and nonbinary/nontrinary genders. A Sunstone collector could not collect only masculine genders or only non-binary non-feminine genders. Sunstone collectors don't have to collect all of the non-feminine genders, either.
Sunstone collectors could:
- Be nonbinary people who usually only expecience nonbinary genders, but feel some masculine terms, such as "solarian", express their upbringing as male, male experiences, or connection to masculine genders, fit them.
- Be masculine or male people who experience mostly male/masculine genders that are also non-binary/ not precisely male/masculine. An example of this is a male/masculine person identifying as multiple labels such as proxvir or paraboy
- Be people who do not experience fully nonbinary or fully male genders, such as demiboys or demiboyflux people.
- Be people who experience both masculine and nonbinary/nontrinary genders in any way.
Sunstone Collector is not an exclusive term.
The feminine and nonbinary versions are Moonstone Collector and Starrystone Collector.
The Sunstone Collector flag was designed on April 2nd, 2021. The orange stripes represent masculinity/varying masculinity. The yellow stripes represent nonbinary or neutral genders and their range. The white stripe represents xenic, agender, and outherine genders. The blue stripe is the color masculinity is most usually associated with. The emblem, a sun image, is used to represent both nonbinary/nontrinary and masculine/male gender experiences.
The term was coined by user milky jirin aeris on April 2nd, 2021, the same day the flag was made.