Terms Coined on June 27, 2019

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Annuoromantic Flag
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Annuosexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is an esmosexuality defined as "attraction that can only really be felt when it is known it is accepted by the other person (for you) to feel attraction to them. Alternatively, attraction can be felt only when you know, or otherwise have good reasons to believe, that the other person would not feel disagreeable about it (your attraction to them) in any case. From Latin adnuō, "I nod assent, approve, consent, allow.""1

History of the term

Annuosexual was coined before June 27, 20182 by Luís Guilherme (ex-admin of Espectrometria Não-Binária) and FMAvatar.3 The flags were created on March 23, 2019 by tumblr user arsgoesgender (aka hawaiiaine aka thepancherryblossom).4

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I’m so scared of rejection
that I’ve convinced myself of this:
my attraction must be accepted
in order for it to exist.



Prismgender is a neurogender defined as "[your] experience of gender is heavily influenced by [your] adhd.
[you] impulsively change [your] gender expression as well as the way [you] view [yourself], depending on whatever [you're] currently SUDDENLY LIKING A LOT on or just on a whim because [you're] bored.
when [you] feel comfortable with something, [you] always get fed up after a while and need a change…once [you] decide on a label to use for [yourself], [you've] probably already changed and it doesn’t fit anymore.
but at the same time [you] do not experience this as actually shifting [your] gender, like…for example genderfluidity. [you are] always the same gender, that means that the frequent changes, the adaptability to [your] mood and [your] hyperfixations, the impulsive decisions, and the inability to settle for something ARE [your] gender."1

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History of the term

Prismgender was coined on June 27, 2019 by tumblr user kriegsrhetorikinspace.2 There is no flag.

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