Cakepopgender is a xenogender used to describe one who associates their gender with cakepops or considers them a part of their gender. It is a foodgender, but can also be a aesthetigender. When one is cakepopgender their gender can feel an assortment of different ways:
- Soft and dry; Meaning one's gender feels soft but dry, like when you bake miss a certain ingredient but it still comes out; Something in their gender may be missing.
- Moist and soft; Meaning one's gender feels soft and moist, when you bake a cake to perfection and it comes out delicately; Everything in their gender is present and meaningful.
- Dry and hard; Meaning one's gender feels hard, like uncooked, and dry; Someone's gender is incomprehensible and is missing a very key components or a lot smaller minor components.
It is a subset of cakegender
Cakepopgender was coined by FANDOM user Toxicbunnis on May 10th, 2021. The flags was created on the same day by Toxicbunnis.
The cakepopgender flag consists of four colors. Yellow represents disconnection from the gender binary, light pink represents cake, reddish-pink represent sprinkles, and orange represents flavor.