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    Fem-spike flag
    Fem-Spike flag, used neutrois/neutral aligned people
    Fem-Spike flag, used by masculine-aligned people

    Feminine-spike, shortened to fem-spike, is used by neutral or masculine people where they occasionally feel a spike of feminine gender.  People who are fem-spike are usually gender neutral, agender, or masculine aligned, yet they occasionally experience a feminine gender or a strong need to present more feminine. However, this will fade out after a short period of time.

    Fem-spike can be considered the feminine counterpart to masc-spike.

    Flag

    The Fem-Spike flag was possibly designed by Wikia FANDOM user Strawbarrow110 on or before January 14, 2021.[1] The color meanings are currently unknown.

    The second flag was designed by an anonymous Wikia FANDOM user for neutrois/neutral-aligned people. The meanings of the colors represent the following: The back colors, white, green and black represent the neutrality of their gender. The pink spike represents femininity, where the spike shows that it is not a full-time representation, and only happens where it is intense (as the color is a saturated shade of pink).

    The third flag was also made by an anonymous Wikia FANDOM user for masculine-aligned people. The meanings of the colors represent the following: The back colors of blue represent the masculinity of their gender. The different shades shows the different masculine genders, for example demiboy, binary man, solarian, and more. The flag was taken from the term masculine. The pink spike, same as before, represents femininity, where the spike shows that it is not a full-time representation, and only happens where it is intense.

    History

    It is unknown who coined feminine-spike, but the term was possibly created by Mephiles97. The term was coined to be the counterpart to masculine-spike.

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