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Agender: an identity under the nonbinary and transgender umbrella terms. Agender individuals find that they have no gender identity, although some define this more as having a gender identity that is neutral.
(Sometimes, but not always interchangeable with genderblank, genderfree, genderless, gendervoid, non-gendered, or null gender).
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"purple: archetypal “queerness”; represents people who transition to Neutral through surgery, hormones, etc.; represents people who take on androgynous presentation to express an agender identity.
black: complete absence of color when dealing with light
grey: poly, fluid, and demi- genders that include an agender identity
white: complete absence of color when dealing with pigment
green: atypical “queerness”; represents people who do not transition to Neutral through surgery, hormones, etc., and people who do so “partially”; represents people who maintain or fluctuate between gendered presentation(s), and people who take on presentations that are not specifically male, female, or androgynous."
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Oh, I love this one much better than the original flag. TBH the extra set of black/white/grey stripes didn't need to be on the original flag. This purple and green aesthetic is much more beautiful and simplified, I think, making it easier to use in small spaces (like icons or buttons) since there are less stripes and they are bolder than before. I like that it brings in a bit of the genderqueer umbrella colors into its design. Why can't we have this flag instead? :\