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    Congressusgender or Congressusgenus is an umbrella term under the filigender umbrella, exclusively for Christians. It describes a gender modality when spending time with God.

    Subsets are rosarygender, precarigender, sacragender and bibliagender. But also congressusfilia, congressusfilius, congressusfili@ and congressusinfant.

    Subsets

    Rosarygender

    Rosarygender or Rosarygenus is a gender label exclusively to (Roman) Catholic Christians. One's gender, gender experience, or gender expression change while praying the rosary.

    Precarigender

    Precarigender or Precarigenus is a gender label exclusively for Christians. One's gender, gender experience, or gender expression changes while praying.

    Sacragender

    Sacragender or Sacragenus is a gender label exclusively for Christians. One's gender, gender experience, or gender expression changes while going to church service for instance.

    Bibliagender

    Bibliagender or Bibliagenus is a gender label exclusively for Christians. One's gender, gender experience, or gender expression changes while reading or studying the bible.

    Subsets

    Congressusfilia

    This individual feels a connection to womanhood, a womanly or feminine gender while spending time with God.

    Congressusfilius

    This individual feels a connection to manhood, a manly or masculine gender while spending time with God.

    Congressusfili@

    This individual feels a connection to a neutral or androgynous gender while spending time with God.

    Congressusinfant

    This is for Christians who experience age regression. They slide into a younger age while spending time with God.

    Etymology

    • congressus (lat.) = meeting [1]

    Christians meet God while praying, going to mess or reading the bible.

    • filia (lat.) = daughter [2] [3]
    • filius (lat.) = son [4]
    • fili@ (lat. & neologism) = neutral form [5]

    (@ is sometimes used in Spanish to make something gender-neutral, such as chic@s)

    • infant (lat.) = child; here: childish

    [6] Christians are called children of God.

    • genus (lat.) = gender [7]
    • precari (lat.) = (to) pray [8] [9]
    • sacra (lat.) = church service
    • biblia (lat.) = bible [10]

    History

    This gender label was coined on June 4th, 2022 by carrd user Nel44. It is supposed to help those Christians who struggle a lot with accepting their gender. It is also a message, that it is possible to have a different gender than one's cisgender. One can be Christian and have a unique gender identity. [11]

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