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    The péra flag.

    Péra or Péragender is a specific atrinary gender. It is not masculine, feminine, or neutral and it is not any combination of these nor is it related to them in any way. Péra is also not a lack of gender, confusion about one’s gender, or apathy about one’s gender. Péra is a singular, specific gender and is not an umbrella term or gender expression.

    A péra can be multigender and experience genders that are related to the gender binary/trinary. For example, one could be a péra and a girl, or a péra and neutrois, or a péra and maverique, etc. It can be combined with relevant genders (ie: péragirl, etc.) One could also be genderfluid and be a péra at times.

    Flag

    The term péra was coined by Tumblr user Glyzinite under the blog Peragender (now deactivated) on or before January 25, 2019.[1] The flag was created at the same time by Glyzinite and their friends. Teal and purple were chosen because people didn’t always have exact words for those colors, and in some languages, they still don’t- but that doesn’t mean those colors don’t exist. White represents all colors, even the ones we can’t see. Humans can see a small portion of the light spectrum, but that doesn’t mean those other colors aren’t there. Black represents the same thing.

    Etymology

    Péra comes from the Greek πέρα, meaning "beyond".

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