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    The genderfaunet flag.

    Genderfaunet, or Genderfawnet, is a form of genderfluidity based off of genderfaun, that never encompasses being fully female. Genderfaunet individuals can be fluid between any range of genders, such as male, masculine genders, non-binary genders, unaligned genders, and xenogenders. It also includes feminine genders, or partly female genders but a genderfaunet individual never feels fully female.

    It is the counterpart to genderfaer.

    Demifaunet

    Demifaunet is a gender which is partially static and partially fluid. The fluid part of the gender fluctuates between identities which are never fully female. However, these gender can be feminine, partially female, or female-aligned. The static part of the gender is undefined, and can be anything, so it varies from individual to individual.

    Genderfaunetflux

    Genderfaunetflux is a combination of fluidflux and genderfaun. It is defined as when one is fluidflux, but their gender never encompasses any entirely feminine genders. The feminine equivalent is genderfaerflux. The neutral equivalent is genderflorenflux.

    History

    Genderfaunet was coined by Tumblr user Pantasticenby on June 6, 2019

    Flag

    The flag was coined by Tumblr user Pantasticenby on June 6, 2019[1]. The flag was based on the genderfaun flag, which was purposefully created without pink to show a lack of femininity. The genderfaunet flag uses similar colors, but features orange stripe to represent femininity without being wholly female.

    Another flag was created by user strbwryfemme. @strwbryfemme's flags should be used with caution as fawn has a history of exclusionism against m-spec lesbians. [2][3]

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