Genderkirin (pronounced kee-rin) is a form of genderfluidity and/or fluidflux that encompasses all/most alignments of genders except masculine genders, but is more often aligned with and/or leans more towards female and/or feminine genders.
Genderkirin is a form of genderfluidity and/or fluidflux that encompasses feminine and unaligned genders, (neutral, agenrine, outherine, xenic) but no masculine/male genders, while often leaning towards female and/or feminine genders. They may or may not experience the other types of genders (neutral, agenrine, outherine, xenic) equally as often as each other. It can be considered a genderfae and/or genderselkie microlabel as well as a genderfrict microlabel and as a genderflir microlabel.
This gender is meant to be used by both genderfluid and fluidflux people, therefore it is part of the genderfluid fragment system and the fluidflux fragment gender system. If a fluidflux person would rather call themselves kirinflux, they can, but it is not considered a different identity.
Genderkirin was originally coined on August 12th 2021 by FANDOM user IAmArtemisTheCat via a comment thread on the LGBTA Wiki article for genderfrict. The definition was slightly altered on September 21st 2021 by FANDOM user IAmArtemisTheCat via the same comment thread on the LGBTA Wiki article for genderfrict. It was made with the intent of being a mixture of genderfae/genderselkie and genderfrict.
The genderkirin flag was created by FANDOM user IAmArtemisTheCat, September 22nd 2021. The flag color meanings are as followed: the pink stripe represents feminine genders, the orange represents outherine genders, the yellow represents xenic genders, the light green stripe represents neutral genders, the dark green represents agerine genders, and the white represents genderfluid genders and/or connection to cisn't (not necessarily trans). The genderkirin flag has a coral stripe to put an emphasis on femininity.
The alternate genderkirin flags were created by IAmArtemisTheCat, April 30th, 2022. The two pink stripes represent female and feminine genders. The gray stripes represent genderlfuidity/flux. The white stripes represent trans and/or cisn't iniviuals. The middle stripe contains the colors pink (feminine genders), orange (outherine genders), yellow (xenic genders), green (neutral genders), and teal (agenrine geners). This version was inspired by the demigender flags (especially demifluid and demigirl).