Terms Coined on January 23, 2020

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Genderplush

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Genderplush Flag 1
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Genderplush is a aesthetigender defined as "a gender that is related to teddy bears. it’s soft, comforting, and nice to the touch. it could also be any other stuffed animal."1

History of the term

Genderplush was coined on January 23, 2020 by tumblr user genderplush. The flags were created at the same time.2

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Genderwick

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Genderwick is an aesthetigender defined as "a gender that eventually melts down until it disappears completely, like a candle."1

History of the term

Genderwick was coined on January 23, 2020 by tumblr user gednerplush. The flag was created at the same time.2

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Solarset

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Solarset is a xenogender defined as "feeling your gender is neutral (or slightly Masculine), but with strong masculine influences
These influences can change how you label your gender, you may use masculine gender labels but still feel that your gender in + of itself is not entirely or much masculine at all.
The masculinity felt and shown is powerful and overwhelming and effects how you present and behave. The intensity is that of the sun.
This gender is heavily connected to the sun because of the preceived masculinity of the sun and the intensity of which masculinity can be felt by some people, that being why the sun alchemical symbol is present on the flag, the blue represents the sky and Masculinity, the orange represents the sun and the intensity of it. The white is for nonbinariness, nullgendered-ness or third-genderedness.
The prefix “-set” is also coined by me. It describes genders that can be altered or shifted or feel different sometimes, but the base of it is the same. The base of solarset is neutral but slightly Masculine.1"

History of the term

Solarset was coined on January 23, 2020 by tumblr user madotsukisdump. The flag was created at the same time.2

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