Cuavgender is a xenogender in which ones gender identity feels fake or wrong, leading to a disconnection from oneself due to another part of one's identity. This could be from trauma, kintype, neurodivergence, etc. This could be used as a neurogender, but is not exclusive to neurodivergent individuals. Cuav- can be used as a prefix to indicate which gender causes this sense of falsehood, such as Cuavboy, Cuavgirl, Cuavlunarian etc.
Cuavgender was coined by Fandom user Stitchy0, aka Shy, on November 6th, 2020.
Pink and blue symbolize male and female, purple, green, and yellow symbolize non-binary genders. Light and dark colors represent the fluidity of gender. Gray signifies a feeling of uncertainty. Dots symbolize disconnection. The flag was created by Fandom user Double-bi on November 6th, 2020.
Cuavgender likely emerged from the Hmong word for "false", meaning that the term literally translates to "false gender" due to the feeling of falsehood one who is cuavgender experiences.