The demigirl flag was created by Tumblr Transrant on or before July 4th. There is no confirmed color meaning. But it is generally assumed: that grays represent partial connection and gray areas, pink represents feminine or womanhood, and white represents agender or non-binary identities.
The Demigirl Flag was designed by a group of non-binary Brazilians on October 2, 2014. This is the female / Venus symbol that half of the extended cross has been removed.
Demigirl Flag Colors Meaning
White indicates gender neutrality or non-binary identities. Pink represents the traditional color used for femininity and it is related to femininity. Gray shades indicate the minor nature of gender.
Demigirl, also known as demiwoman, demifemale, demigal, or demidudette, is a non-binary gender in which a girl is a woman, partially, but not completely. In addition to being partly girls, they may or may not be recognized as other sexes. The other part of each person’s gender can be any gender or combination of genders, including gender deficiency.
Demigirl may also be used by AFAB people who feel they have nothing to do with a woman or woman. But usually have a significant enough separation to cause real physical discomfort or dysphoria, or people who are only vaguely related. They do not experience femininity.
The male equivalent to demigirl is demiboy, the non-binary equivalent is deminonbinary, and the neutral equivalent is demineutrois.
On August 12, 2010, user Bad Patient of AVEN wrote in a post:
“… I said to myself that if I just put a ‘demi’ in front of it, I can relate any word to it. And then I realized that it might actually help me find a word for my gender identity. “I felt for a while that I might have a lot of masculine element in me that I could call myself a hyacinth and feel good about it – so maybe it’s a good idea to call myself half-blood. Damidood. Demiblock … “
This is probably the first recorded example of someone using a demi- to describe their gender. However, the bad patient continues to be not quite serious.
In December of that year, another user on that forum, looking for more information, wrote that the only place he could find a description of the term “demigirl” was on Wikipedia.
In response, another user claimed that the term was coined there. But no exact date can be found, and this definition is slightly different from the most common definition used today.
The definition given is: “… either an AFAB person who feels the most difficult relationship with a woman or a non-binary AMAB person. Who is a woman and feels a vague connection to femininity.”
“Demigirl” and “demiboy” were added to the AVEN Master Definition list on December 12, 2010.
As of October 14, 2011, “demigirl” and “demiguy” have been added to the Genderqueer Identities & Terminology page on the popular Genderqueerid blog.
Blog owner Marilyn Roxy collected data for a poll of people of the same sex that year (September 15-October 15) and added demiboy and demigirl as options. Nine people chose “demiboy” and seven people chose “demigirl”.
This raises awareness of these identities, and by early 2014 the prefix demi was commonly used in relation to gender. At an undisclosed location between October 2011 and 2014, the common definition of demigirl was changed from the previous definition to “someone who is partly female”