MOGAI (Marginalized Orientations Gender Alignments and Intersex), IMOGA (Intersex, Marginalized Orientations and Gender Alignments), MOGII (Marginalized Orientations Gender Identities and Intersex) or MOGMI (Marginalized Orientations Gender Modalities and Intersex) is a proposed acronym that includes everyone whose sexuality or gender deviates from the "standard" of allosexual, heterosexual, perioriented, cisgender, dyadic and other conformant identities. The term is synonymous with LGBT, and was designed to be a simpler version of it. Since MOGAI does not list out all the identities included, it is inclusive of all lesser known identities, and does not have to add extra letters as is commonly seen with the LGBT acronym. The conformant counterpart is COGAP.
MOGAI is not as widely used as LGBT or its variants and is most commonly seen online when talking about lesser known identities that are commonly oppressed even within the LGBTQ+ community. This is due to controversy over the usefulness of hyper-focusing on one's identity, even though it is useful for many LGBTQ+ individuals who cannot find names for who they are.
The term MOGAI was coined by Tumblr user cisphobeoffical.