Agender flag


The Agender flag, created by Salem X in 2014, has seven horizontal stripes. Black and white stripes indicate the absence of gender, gray indicates the lack of gender of the semi-gender, and the central green band indicates non-binary gender.

The Agender Pride flag has seven equal sized stripes in four colors – black, gray, white and light green. The first three happen twice and the green bar is in the middle.

Colors and meaning

The Agender Pride flag seven equal-sized stripes in four colors – black, grey, white and light green; the first three occur twice and the green stripe is in the middle.

  • Black and white both indicate the complete absence of gender.
  • Gray indicates semi-gender.
  • Green indicates non-binary gender because it is inverted purple

Agender Pride Flag Color Codes

000000 - Black color image previewName: Black
Hex: #000000
RGB: (0, 0, 0)
FFFFFF - White color image previewName: White
RGB: (255, 255, 255)
CMYK: 0, 0, 0, 0
BABABA - X11 Gray color image previewName: X11 Gray
RGB: (186, 186, 186)
CMYK: 0, 0, 0, 0.270
BAF584 - Crayola Yellow-Green color image previewName: Crayola Yellow-Green
Hex: #BAF584
RGB: (186, 245, 132)
CMYK: 0.240, 0, 0.461, 0.039
Agender Pride Flag Color Codes

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Agender is a term that can be translated literally without gender. This can be as a non-binary gender identity or as an expression of having a gender identity.

People who state their age may describe themselves as one or more of the following:

  • Genderless or lacking gender.
  • Gender-neutral: This may mean that you are not yet male or female but you are not yet gendered.
  • Neutroid or gender-neutral.
  • Having an unknown or indefinable gender Not aligned with any binary or non-binary gender.
  • Lack of other words that fit their gender identity.
  • Not knowing or not caring about gender, as an internal identity and/or as an external label.
  • Deciding not to label their gender.
  • Identify more of each gender as a person

Many older people also identify as a gender, non-binary, and/or transgender. However, some older people prefer to avoid these terms, especially transgender, because they feel it means identifying a gender other than their assigned gender, when in fact they have no They do not recognize gender. In fact, the term sandpaper is considered an oxymoron by many people.

Because this is a gender deficiency, some feel that it should never be labeled as a gender. Others see the job tag as a declaration of completeness without gender.

Agents can prefer any pronoun, although some prefer to avoid using gender language as much as possible.

They can also be presented in any way – masculine, feminine, both or something completely beyond binary. If people are able to express themselves in a way that they are comfortable with, they cannot experience the gender aspect (but it is not necessary).

Older people can have any sex and should not be confused with being asexual.

List of types of Agender identifiers

Describing and naming a gender identity, which is essentially a lack of internal gender identity, is not an easy task. To do this, some people found it necessary to create new letters for this type of gender identity or to distinguish between different but similar asexual identities. The following is a list of asexual identities in alphabetical order:

Anongender: A gender that is unknown to oneself and others.

Apogender: The Greek prefix apo means far away, apart from, at the farthest point; It is a subset of Egender, which is not only associated with feelings of asexuality but the concept of gender has been completely removed from it.

Agenderfluid: A gender that is also genderfluid. Is synonymous with Cancegende

Agenderflux: A person who considers themselves asexual, but sometimes also experiences variable feelings of femininity or masculinity (not male or female).

Cancegender: A person who is originally gay, however, also experiences fluid / current sex with feelings related to it. These sexual experiences may confuse and upset the person and cause the person’s emotional state to get out of control so that it itself causes more gender changes. Synonymous with Agenderfluid.

Ender Genderblank: Not having any gender. It is also a gender that is so indescribable that a gender-neutral person only feels empty when he or she tries to describe his or her gender.

Gendernull: It is a gender similar to Gendervoid.

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Gendervoid: Gender that is empty (basically has the same meaning as Genderless and has a similar application).

Librafluid: A person who is mostly bisexual, however, has a strong feeling that fluctuates between masculinity and femininity.

Null gender: Indefinite, intangible, non-existent gender. Gender title People who do not identify with any of the gender words, but only those who can not imagine the absence of gender and the emptiness and neutrality of gender, to silence them. Gendernol is such that it both exists and does not exist; Gender is all and nothing.

Oneirogender: A person who is asexual, but at the same time in his fantasies and dreams, imagines himself in the form of a particular gender without really experiencing gender boredom or wanting to live in that gender on a daily basis. Examples: Oneiroboy, Oneirogirl, Oneirononbinary, and iron.

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