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    The muscugender flag.

    Muscugender, latamascugender or solariasgender is a term with several possible definitions. First is for when one is some sort of male or masculine identity, but they don't know which or they don't know how to describe it, similar to voidmasc or quoimasc. It can also mean using percentages to describe the masculine genders they feel, for example, being 20% male, 60% proxvir and 20% genderless. It can also refer to someone who identifies as every masculine identity, including some neutral or abinary genders, similar to panmingender. It could also be used by someone who identifies with multiple masculine genders but is either unsure of all of them, or feels that there are too many to label.

    It can be an umbrella term for any masculine or male identity, or a combination of mingender and miaspec.

    The feminine counterpart is feminaegender.

    Alternate flag by Wiki User RoseWatera

    Flag

    The flag was coined by FANDOM user RoseWatera on the 19th of November 2020. The white is to symbolize the possibility of being agender or non-binary, the cyan is to represent possibly being a demiboy or boyflux, the sky blue is for the possibility of being another masculine-aligned gender, and the bright indigo symbolizes the possibility of being a man.

    The second flag was coined by FANDOM user RoseWatera as an 'unsimplified' version of the main flag. Every stripe is supposed to represent the possibility of being a different masculine gender.

    History

    The term muscugenderwas coined by FANDOM user RoseWatera on the 19th of November 2020 to act as a counterpart for feminaegender. This page is the original source of the term.

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