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    Interpretarian

    The Interpretarian flag made by Miraheze user Four00am

    Interpretarian is a mutogender and umbrella term in which someone's gender is interpreted differently by another individual.[1] They may have their own interpretation of their own gender, but they also identify as whatever the other individual interprets them as.[1]

    Examples include:

    • Person X identifies as a woman. Person Y perceives X as a man. Person X now identifies as a man.
    • If person X is with multiple people with different perceptions, X may identify with all these genders, or may pick one.
    • Person X is with multiple people with different perceptions, X may identify depending on which person X is focusing on at that time, if multiple, X may identify as one or multiple identities
    • Person X identifies as a demiboy. Person Y perceives X as a woman. Person X now identifies as a demiboy woman.

    Interpretarian's subsets are: Paninterpretarian, Polyinterpretarian, Monointerpretarian, and Percipigender

    History

    The term was coined by Instagram user vy_artt in Instagram DMs.[1]

    Flag

    Yellow and purple are both commonly used for non-binary identities, and the spectrum of gender is represented through a gradient.

    Etymology

    Interpretarian is a play on 'Interpretation' and the suffix -ian, which means 'to belong to.'

    Resources

    1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Creation of interpretarian. (2022, June 8). Imgur. https://archive.today/2022.09.21-161127/https://imgur.com/a/C3J84JY
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