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    AMAB-V is an umbrella term for altersex individuals who were assigned male at birth and desire a vagina, however they do not desire any other female sex traits (hormones, top surgery, etc.) They can have any gender identity (transgender, cisgender, non-binary, anonbinary, etc.) and the reasoning behind their altersex identity may vary.

    Reason for why one may be AMAB-V include but are not limited to:

    • An individual that has body disconnect, dysphoria, and/or dysmorphia, but only towards their genitals.
    • An individual that is multigender and one of their genders is similar to their assigned birth gender, which causes only partial dysphoria.
    • An individual that is non-binary and wishes to display that through their choice of reassignment surgery.
    • An individual that has sexual trauma that relates to their penis, causing one to desire a vagina instead.
    • An individual that desires a vagina due to their personal sexual preferences.

    Counterparts to this include AFAB-P, amabris, and afabris.

    AMAB-V subsets

    X-difsex: a non-binary or anonbinary AMAB individual who desires a vagina instead of their penis.

    M-Altguina: a cisgender man who desires a vagina for whatever reason. They may or may not also be a dysphoric cis individual.

    History

    The term AMAB-V was coined by Cryptocrew on April 18th of 2021, along with the term X-difsex. The term M-altguina was coined by Tumblr user Plurgai on May 13th of 2020.[1]

    Flag

    The M-altguina flag was created by Tumblr user Plurgai on May 13th of 2020. it has no confirmed meaning.

    Resources

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