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    Callistian

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    Not to be confused with callistic

    Callistian is a term that refers to someone who is wlw, wlm, nblw, and nblm, meaning someone who is non-binary and a woman who is attracted to men and women. Being "non-binary and a woman" includes A) individuals who are genderfluid, and are sometimes non-binary and sometimes women. B) Bigender or multigender individuals who are women or woman aligned and non-binary at the same time. C) Feminine aligned non-binary individual who feels connected to womanhood as well as being non-binary. A callistian individual is attracted to women and men and/or prioritizes their attraction to women and men over other attractions they may have. Callistian is an umbrella term, like diamoric, though it can also be used as an identity by itself.

    History

    The term callistian was coined by Tumblr user Xeno-aligned on August 5, 2018 alongside the term lapian.[1]

    Flag

    The flag was coined by Tumblr user Xeno-aligned on August 5, 2018. The color meanings are as follows: Pink represent womanhood and feminine non-binary genders. Blue represents manhood and masculine non-binary genders. Purple represents multigender non-binary individuals, White represents non-feminine and non-masculine (unaligned) non-binary genders.[1]

    Etymology

    The term's name comes from Jupiter’s moon, "Callisto."

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