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    Genicgender flag

    Genicgender is an umbrella term for gender identities exclusive to plural systems and/or the headmates within them, all of which refer to when ones identity is affected by the origin of ones system, ones personal headmate origin, or practices associated with system and/or headmate formation (eg. tulpamancy).

    All genders under this umbrella are exclusive to systems/headmates of the described origin.

    Tulpamancy/Tulpas

    Tulpagender - a gender that is affected by being a tulpa in a system

    Gendertulp - a gender that is affected by having a system of only tulpas, having a system that has tulpas within it, or having a system originally formed through tulpamancy

    Tulpamagender - a gender that has been affected due to previously attempting tulpamancy, or is affected/changes when actively practicing tulpamancy

    Parogenic/Parogens

    Genderparogen - a gender that is affected by being a parogen (parogenic headmate) in a system

    Genderparo - a gender affected by being the body, host, or core of a system of only parogens, a system that has parogens within it, or a system originally formed parogenically

    Parogender (genicgender) - a gender that has been affected due to previously attempting to form a parogen, or is affected/changed when actively attempting to form a parogen

    Quoigenic

    Genderquoi - a gender affected by having a quoigenic system or being a quoigenic headmate. The term is also an umbrella term for other genicgenders for the origins under the quoigenic umbrella such as the ones listed below

    Congender - a gender affected by having a congenic system or being a congenic headmate

    Gendercrypto - a gender affected by having a cryptogenic system or being a cryptogenic headmate

    Praesigender - a gender affected by having a praesigenic system or being a praesigenic headmate

    Multigenic

    Gendermixed or gendermulti - a gender affected by having a mixed origin/multigenic system or being a mixed origin/multigenic headmate. The term is also an umbrella term for other genicgenders for the origins under the mixed origin/multigenic umbrella as listed below

    Isoscegender - a gender affected by having an isoscegenic system or being an isoscegenic headmate

    Genderpan - a gender affected by having a pangenic system or being a pangenic headmate

    Chaogender - a gender affected by having a chaogenic system or being a chaogenic headmate

    Neurodiversity Origins

    Genderneuro - a gender affected by having a neurogenic system or being a neurogenic headmate

    Neurotraumagender or NTGender - a gender affected by having a neurotraumagenic system or being a neurotraumagenic headmate

    Genderpara - a gender affected by having a paragenic system or being a paragenic headmate

    Stressgender - a gender affected by having a stressgenic system or being a stressgenic headmate

    Other Origins

    Endogender - a gender affected by having an endogenic system or being an endogenic headmate

    Gendertrauma - a gender affected by having a traumagenic system or being a traumagenic headmate

    History

    The term genicgender along with all of the terms on the page (as of August 19th, 2021) were coined by FANDOM user TheNelsonSystem (Discord user thenelsonsystem#0156) through the LGBTA Wiki.

    [Further terms may be coined by others and added to this page - include your term(s), date of coinage, and username above]

    Flag

    The genicgender flag was created on the same day by FANDOM user TheNelsonSystem. It has no confirmed meaning but its colours take inspiration from existing non-exclusive plurality and system pride flags.

    [Further flags may be made by others for genicgender and its specific labels - include info about your inserted flag above]

    Resources

    https://multiplicity.fandom.com/f

    https://pluralpedia.org/w/Main_Page

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