Neogender

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Neogender refers to

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Label Flag Description Creator
Neoboy This is a gender connected to masculinity, but it’s in a way that is different from how most boys/men are connected to masculinity. This is a non-binary identity that is mostly separate from being male. Coined by twitter user @erikaispanlol in November of 2020, with the flag for it being created the same day. [1]
Neoboyflux This is a term for someone whose neoboy gender fluctuates. One can fluctuate to feeling fully neoboy to feeling fully Agender. The term Neoboyflux was coined by FANDOM user @Starry-Cometcon101 on the LGBTA Wikia discussion board on November 22nd, 2021. [2]
Neogirl This is a gender connected to femininity, but it’s in a way that is different from how most girls/women are connected to femininity. This is a non-binary identity that is mostly separate from being female. Coined by twitter user @erikaispanlol in November of 2020, with the flag for it being created the same day.
Neogirlflux This is a term for someone whose neogirl gender fluctuates. One can fluctuate to feeling fully neogirl to feeling fully Agender. The term Neogirlflux was coined by FANDOM user @Starry-Cometcon101 on the LGBTA Wikia discussion board on November 22nd, 2021.[3]
Neomasculine This is a gender with a connection to masculinity, but in a non-traditional way, different from the way men and male-aligned individuals experience gender. The terms neomasculine was coined by Instagram user blitzogender in March 2021

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Neofeminine This is a gender with a connection to feminity, but in a non-traditional way, different from the way women and female-aligned individuals experience gender. The term neofeminine was coined by Instagram user blitzogender in March 2021

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