All Abuse Related Mogai Terms
Azusexual

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Azusexual is a neurosexuality defined as "the attraction towards people who show their power through revenge and pettiness. when an azusexual is in love with someone, they devoid all of their love towards them and sometimes devoid their whole life towards them."1

History of the term

Azusexual was coined on December 3, 2017 by madamefirilanya-archive via Beyond-Mogai-Pride-Flags. The flag was created at the same time.2

The coiner of Azusexual messaged MOGAI-Watch from their main blog (not madamefirilanya-archive) admitting to being a troll and admitting the term was based on Azura, a Daedric Prince from the Elder Scrolls series. Nevertheless, the term was readily accepted by the MOGAI community.

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Azusexual
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I fucking love abusers
they really make me wet;
since I “devoid” my life to them,
I can’t be classed as het.

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Curatinem

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Curatinem is a neurogender defined as "a gender that was once ripped away due to identity loss from child abuse and/or neglect, and is slowly being pieced back together (along with one’s identity) during the process of healing. Only for Child Abuse and/or Neglect Survivors."1

History of the term

Curatinem was coined on December 5, 2019 by tumblr user flowerfallsyndrome via tumblr user mogaicore. The flag was created at the same time.2

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Gryposexual

Gryposexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is a neurosexuality defined as "for survivors only. When you are a- spectrum but you forcibly feel attraction to people who try to abuse or manipulate you. Correlates to the type of abuse- a gryporomantic person would forcibly feel romantic attraction to someone trying to/actively abusing them in a romantic relationship, or trying to coerce them into a romantic relationship."1

History of the term

Gryposexual was coined before July 2, 2018 by unknown.2 There is no flag.

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I know you mean me ill,
that you’re manipulating me,
but loving abusers is okay
if it’s your sexuality!

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Klapesexual

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The grey and dark purple represent the abuse, trauma, neurodivergency and/or illness. The shades of red-pink-magenta show the sexual attraction.

Klapesexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is a neurosexuality defined as "When you feel as though your ability (or potential) to experience SEXUAL attraction has been taken away from you due to abuse, trauma, neurodivergency, illness, or any other similar factor, including any combination of them.
Pronounciation “klep-ee-sexual”"1

History of the term

Klapesexual was coined on July 6, 20162 by tumblr user queeraro for anonymous.3 The flag was created on or before January 19, 2019 by lgbtwonderland.4

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I caught a cold at school today,
so now I’m queerer than the gayest gay.

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Lazuligender

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Lazuligender is a neurogender defined as "a gender that has changed to heal from trauma, especially that which has been repressed. Specific to those who have gone through something traumatic (I made it with abuse survivors such as myself in mind, but it could probably apply to non-abuse survivors who went through something traumatic). Based off the lapis lazuli gemstone, which is associated with healing."1

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History of the term

Lazuligender was coined on September 3, 2018 by tumblr user bumbledove via beyond-mogai-pride-flags. The flag was created at the same time.2

Obligender

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Obligender is a neurogender defined as "a gender that is defined by having a partial connection to your AGAB [Assigned Gender At Birth] because of coercion or abuse, as well as the presence of gender uncertainty. From obligation + gender. Similar to demigender. A person who identifies as obligender may use the terms oblimasculine or oblifeminine to describe themselves if they feel comfortable doing so."1

History of the term

Obligender was coined on or before October 7, 2016 by tumblr user bazer63. The flag was created on or before that date by tumblr user to-reach-the-farthest-star2 The flag was posted to Pride-Flags on Deviantart on October 12, 2016.3

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I consider it traumatic
that folks wear graphic tees
with anime stuff on them
when they aren’t Japanese.

So I guess it’s no surprise
that banging up my fender
would shake me so deeply that
it would impact my gender.

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Reprigender

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Reprigender is a neurogender defined as "a gender based on forced repression of the self.
NOTE: reprigender should only be used by those forced to pretend they were someone they were not through trauma and abuse.1"

History of the term

Reprigender was coined on December 13, 2019 by mod ahab on tumblr blog mogai-help. The flags were created at the same time by mod kittie on mogai-help.2

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Weortsexual

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Weortsexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is a mytholosexuality defined as "an orientation where one has a strong and relentless desire to worship their significant other like a god. It is in direct relation to their orientation/sexuality.
Weort comes from the old word Weortscipe, meaning ‘Worthiness, acknowledgment of worth.’"1

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History of the term

Weortsexual was coined on January 11, 2019 by tumblr user nebularomantic. The flag was created at the same time.2
Later that day, after a large amount of pushback, nebularomantic announced a hiatus, deleting the original post and adding:

Before I go
I am going to apologize for helping to coin Weortsexual. I realize now that It is an excuse for an unhealthy relationship.3

This is a very rare example of a MOGAI coiner listening to criticism and taking action to correct an issue.

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