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    The caedogender flag
    Alternate caedogender flag.
    Pride-Flags' caedogirl flag
    The caedoboy flag
    The caedononbinary flag
    The caedovoid flag.

    Caedogender, or caedgender, is a gender that has been "cut away" or damaged by trauma. At one point one may have experienced a certain gender at one point, but one feels that their connection to that gender has been damaged, altered, or completely cut away after a traumatic event. This is typically associated with sufferers of PTSD or other trauma and stressor related disorders. Caedogender can be combined with other relevant genders such as caedogirl, caedoboy, caedononbinary, etc. It can also be used as an identity on its own for those who feel like they have been cut away from the concept of gender in general.

    Dispargender may be considered the non-exclusive version of this.


    This term was coined at some point before the 4th of September, 2015. It is unknown who coined it, or exactly when it was coined.


    The original caedogender flag was created by DeviantArt user Pride-Flags on the 4th of September, 2015.[1] It has no confirmed meaning.

    The caedoboy and caedononbinary flags were created by FANDOM user ItsBug13 on the 11th of April, 2021.[2] They have no confirmed meanings.

    The alternate caedogender flag was created by FANDOM user RayDude, on the 28th of April, 2021,[3] based on the cisgender flag.

    The caedovoid flag was created by the nope system on Discord, on the 6th of August, 2021.


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