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    Aeregender is a term for when one doesn't know what their gender is, but has a vague idea.

    Subgenders

    • Aeremin: One doesn't know what their gender is, but knows it's masculine in some way.
    • Aerefin: One doesn't know what their gender is, but knows it's feminine in some way.
    • Aerenin: One doesn't know what their gender is, but knows it's not masculine nor feminine, or knows it's non-binary.
    • Aerelin: One doesn't know what their gender is, but knows it's in-between, both, or fluid between between masculine and feminine.
    • Aeragin: One doesn't know what their gender is, but thinks they might be agender or on the agender spectrum.
    • Aeraneur: One doesn't know what their gender is due to some illness or whose gender is influenced by some illness.
    • Aerethni: One doesn't know what their gender is, but knows it's not part of the Western concepts of male and female.
    • Aerefluid: One doesn't know what their gender is, but knows it's fluid in some way or their gender fluctuates between different energies. (Masculine, feminine, neither, etc.)
    • Aereflux: One only sometimes knows what their gender is, or feels how close they are to knowing their gender varies.
    • Aerain: One doesn't know what their gender is, but it's not masculine, feminine, neutral, or agender.
    • Aereun: One doesn't know what their gender is, but knows it's neutral or isn't masculine or feminine, but also not agender.
    • Aerantin: One doesn't know what their gender is, but knows it's outside the gender trinary. (Atrinary, nontrinary, anontrinary)
    • Aerabin: One doesn't know what their gender is, but knows it's outside the gender binary. (Abinary, anonbinary)
    • Aerinte: One doesn't know what their gender is, but knows it's affected by their intersex condition.
    • Aerezen: One doesn't know what their gender is, but knows it's xenine, xenic, or a xenogender in some way.
    • Aereplur: One doesn't know what their gender is, but it fits multiple categories. (Multigender)

    History

    Aeregender and its subgenders were originally coined by Tumblr user system-lgbt [1] in 2018. Flags were later created by Tumblr user angel-pride on February 7, 2021. [2]

    Flags

    The darker shades of color are what has been distinguished, the lighter is what may be there, both shades of gray are for the unknown, and the colors were picked mostly on associations and less specific meanings.

    Etymology

    The term comes from the Latin word quaerere, which means "to ask/search/question".

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