Affigogender Flag
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The flag contains the following colors: black, symbolizing the mourning for bad things caused by the imposition of gender; blue and pink, representing the cisnormative and exorsexist/binarist imposition of gender; and white, a request for peace from gender assignment and imposition.

Affigogender is a fancy way of saying you have no idea what you're talking about defined as "The prefix affigo (pronunciation: /afˈfiː.ɡoː/) comes from the Latin for: I imprint on, I attach to.
Affigogender is a term for people who were raised with an assigned and imposed gender. They may choose to hold on to and live as that gender (which characterizes a cisgender person), or they may disagree with their gender assignment (which characterizes someone who can identify as transgender)."1

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History of the term

Affigogender was coined in 2016 by Rexistencia Non Binary (Nonbinary RExistence, a Brazilian collective). The flag was created at the same time.2

MOGAI-Watch Poem

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Just existing has a gender now–
isn’t that great to hear?!
Since we’re all Affigogender,
we can all be queer!


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