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    A flag with a thin red stripe on the left side, followed by a thicker orange stripe to its right, then a thin yellow stripe in the middle, followed by a tick blue stripe, and ending with a thin purple stripe on the far-right. In the middle a circle that gradients from a dark blue to a dark green from the top down. Each color has a stripe of itself going straight across the background. The top dark blue and the bottom dark green colors also have a second stripe of their same color going up (for the dark blue) and down (for the dark green.)
    The xensculine flag made by wiki user st4rtr3nd3rz.
    The original xeline flag by Tumblr user gayglitch.
    5-stripe xeline flag
    An alternate flag, made by Wiki user Rabbox.
    5-stripe xensculine flag
    Another alternative flag.

    Xensculine, also known as xasculine, xenuline, or xeline, is a mix of xenine and masculine. It describes a vague feeling or idea of gender that is xenine whilst also maintaining some form of masculinity. It is the masculine version of xeminine.


    The concept of xensculinity was coined on July 4th, 2018 by Tumblr user gayglitch[1] under the term xelinity. This page was created separately on the LGBTA wiki on January 15th, 2020 by FANDOM User St4rtr3nd3rz under the term xensculinity.


    The xensculine flag was created on January 15th, 2020, by FANDOM user St4rtr3nd3rz. No meanings were included. The xeline flag was made by Tumblr user gayglitch in their coining post on July 4th, 2018, also having no meanings attached. An alternate flag was created by Wiki user Rabbox on January 18th, 2021. It is based off the xeminine flag. An alternative thirteen stripe flag was made by wiki user honk4bees, using colors of other xensculine flags in the style of other gender quality flags.


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