Constructgender is a xenogender characterized by feeling like ones gender is best described as being or being like a solid object. This object can be of any material, size, color, or form. The objects/shapes can include regular solids (spheres, cubes, pyramids), irregular solids (blobs such as those of putty), or objects found in daily life (chair, water bottle, window etc). This object can have any properties and may or may not behave as it would in real life. (For example, objects requiring electricity may be powered without any apparent energy source.) Any object can be use to describe a constructgender. The relation to such objects connects constructgender to noungenders.
The gender one feels with constructgender can be experienced with or without a connection to another gender. For example, one may feel as if their gender is best described as a girl's dresser (which may or may not be related to a specific object owned by a person) One with this sort of connection may choose to identify with bigender or demigender as well.
The object may be in any sort of environment, which may or may not have a connection to coric identities or aesthetigenders. As an example, one with their object being in a field of flowers might have a connection to flowercoric.
Constructgenders may also be genderflux, genderfluid or voidfluid as the exact object changes or the object changes in size.
Constructgender may be experienced from neurogender due to the different perception of gender and identity experienced by neurodivergent individuals. However, one does not have to be neurodivergent to be constructgender, as variance in gender perception occurs among neurotypical people as well.
The constructgender flag was pawned by a user going by Alex on October 19, 2020. The pink represents love for your gender, while the purple, blue, green, yellow, orange, red, white, and black represent the color spectrum if their object has a color. The shapes represent the many object forms that their gender may have.
An alternate flag was created by user ThatEnbyaaa on October 30, 2020. The three bars of color represent the three base colors: red, yellow, and blue. The two lines represent the different pieces one's construct can be made of, as well as the environment one's construct can be in. The cube in the centre of the flag represents the physical form one's object takes, as cubes are considered one of the basic objects.