Fictikoblet is a xenogender in which ones gender has a connection to a fictional character in some way, shape, or form. One who identifies with this may also identify with fictigender. This can be useful under many contexts, and the definition includes...
- An animogender individual who feels as though their gender shares a personality with a character. For example, an individual who feels as though their gender has the same personality as Baymax from Big Hero Six.
- Someone that has such a deep connection to a character that they feel their gender is shifting, changing, or adapting to that character. This could be due to neurodivergence, trauma, being alterhuman, being a fictive, or it could be something completely unrelated.
- Someone that has a mutogender that is only experienced when around a character. For example, someone who feels anonbinary whenever Asriel from Undertale is on screen.
- Someone who's gender fluctuates or changes when around a fictional character. For example, someone who is girlflux that feels their femininity fluctuate when seeing Max from Stranger Things on screen.
These are a few of many examples of how a fictional character could effect ones gender. One may have multiple of the experiences listed above, or an experience similar but not quite the same as the ones listed.
The term was coined on May 10th of 2021 by Cryptocrew, specifically Alex, in order for el to describe ellas experiences with els gender. It was coined alongside Fictiverden.
The flag and symbol was coined on May 11th of 2021 by Cryptocrew, specifically by Alex. Green represents fiction and its unique nature, blue represents peace and identity, purple represents gendered feelings, red represents unity and connection, the rainbow represents harmony and community, and the shades of grey and black represent character and personality.
The symbol is made to appear as two interlocking figures.
The name comes from the word koblet, which is Norwegian for 'linked' or 'connected.'