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it’s like pixelgender with an association with magic, [it's] sorta like the pixelgender flag turned sideways. And with shades of purple for the whites and greys, since purple is more associated with magic!

Pixiegender is a mythologender defined as:

  1. "based off of pixelgender; feeling a small amount of a certain gender and being related to magic."1
  2. "A gender linked to the aesthetics or energy of fairies."2


The second definition says "Can you [sic] any pronouns but pix/pixs/pixself was made specifically for this gender."3

History of the term

Pixiegender was coined first on or before September 27, 2014 by unknown via MOGAI-Archive.4 It was re-coined on June 4, 2018 by now-deleted tumblr blog mogaiandobscuregenders101. The diamond flags were created on or before July 20, 2017 by anonymous via Pride-Flags on Deviantart. [5][6][7] The second pixieboy and pixiegirl flags were created within the post by mogaiandobscuregenders101, but it has since been deleted. They can be seen here.

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I have yet to outgrow
my Peter Pan obsession
so when I made up a gender,
there was never any question;

though I lack dysphoria
and confuse “gender” for “obsession”
I’m a proud pixiegender,
and I suffer great oppression.


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I guess I just don’t realize
that “fairy” is a slur,
but if I did, I wouldn’t care,
that’s for goddamn sure.

I’m a proud pixieboy,
with the aesthetic of a fairy
because it’s far too boring
to just say I’m nonbinary.


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MOGAI stands for Marginalized Orientations, Genders, and Identities (or Intersex. Depends on who you ask). It’s a social justice-adjacent movement that claims to be within (and synonymous with) the LGBTQ+ community. In practice, however, it’s full of people who think wanting to fuck anime characters makes you gay and that genders and sexualities are accessories. MOGAI casts itself as a better, more-inclusive acronym for describing the LGBTQ+ community. In reality, since their basic stance is “gender is indefinable, and therefore definable as anything,” it’s a collection of aesthetics, personality traits, and symptoms of mental illness (literally: check out Anorexgender) which have the word -gender (or -sexuality) tacked onto the end.
MOGAI as a movement also denies that pronouns indicate gender, leading to both nounself and emojiself pronouns. Most egregiously, they deny the fact that you need dysphoria to be transgender and they push the idea that gender identity and sexual orientation are choices. This stance, you might have spotted, is so progressive that it horseshoe-effects right on around to being far-right. In other words, MOGAI is a cluster-fuck that feeds upon well-meaning people’s desires to be open-minded, accepting, and validating. It weaponizes those desires, and it uses them as a recruiting tool, something that has allowed it to seep into the mainstream largely unchecked, unchallenged, and therefore unnoticed.

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