All Anxiety-Related MOGAI Terms
Angreprobic

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The yellows represent the strength that the gender once held, the dark grey showing the sudden fall into darkness and hurt, and the lighter greys represent recovery and healing!

Angreprobic is a neurogender defined as "a gender that feels like it was once something holy, strong, and powerful, but collapsed and fell into darkness due to trauma or stress. May or may not hold religious tones! It can never grow back to its former glory, but it can return to some minor strength.
Exclusive to people with PTSD/anxiety/similar, but also moreso centered towards people with such that use religion as a coping mechanism (NOT as a reason to attack/hurt/hate other people)! The word comes from the Latin words “angelus” (angel) and “reprobi” (fallen)."1

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History of the term

Angreprobic was coined on April 27, 2019 by tumblr user bey-your-self. The flag was created at the same time.2

Anxieflux

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Anxieflux is a [[[wiki:neurogender]] defined as "when your anxiegender fluctuates on how much anxiety you are having at the moment."1

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History of the term

Anxieflux was coined on July 27, 2019 by tumblr user hawaiiaine (aka genderrose, mason-the-owlkin, atergender, beysgender, mogai-minecraft-snail, polysexualtea, aresgoesgender, thepancherryblossom). The flag was created at the same time.2

Anxiegender

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Color meanings: Turquoise is the color for anxiety awareness

Anxiegender is a neurogender defined as "a gender that is strongly connected to anxiety, or when the more anxious you are, the more likely your gender will change/fluctuate
note: for the use of individuals with anxiety disorders only
pronunciation: ayn-xie-eh-gender"1

See Also: Imnigender, Genderanxious, Kynigender.

History of the term

Anxiegender was coined on or before October 7, 2014 by anonymous via MOGAI-Archive.2 The flag was created on or before June 24, 2016 by pride-flags-for-us and posted by Pride-Flags on Deviantart.3

On or around March 18, 2014, following the deletion of MOGAI-Archive and the url being taken over by a pseudo-hacker, an anonymous message was sent to the blog from the person who coined anxiegender, expressing regret for having created it.4

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Anxiegender coiner regrets term's coining

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I got cast as the female lead
in my high school’s school musical;
they couldn’t get the rights for Hamilton,
so we’re going to go with Seusical.

But I turn male when I’m anxious–
like when I act or sing—
why can’t they see this lead role
is grossly misgendering?!

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Anxisexual

Anxisexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is a neurosexuality defined as "when one can't differentiate feeling attraction from being anxious? It is to be only used by those with anxiety disorders, and could fall on the a spectrum."1

History of the term

Anxisexual was coined on December 1, 20162 by anonymous via ask-pride-color-schemes.3 There is no flag.

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I get so fucking nervous
when I ask people out
that my attraction to them
is severely cast in doubt.

I might not even like them–
it’s really hard to say,
but I don’t need a therapist–
MOGAI thinks that I’m ok.

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Asocialsexual

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Asocialsexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is a neurosexuality defined as "when you have no desire to be in real life relationships due to anxiety (usually social) or trust issues. The person can have friendships with people over the internet.
(Just to clarify, Asocial- in this context is just a prefix for asocialsexual/asocialromantic/etc, not the definition of the actual term "Asocial")"1

History of the term

Asocialsexual was coined before September 14, 2016 by unknown.2 The flags were posted on September 14, 2016[3][4] [5][6][7][8] and June 15, 2017.[9]

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I have social anxiety
so I lurk on Omegle
and roleplay my whole life away
for love that isn’t real.

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Avarumgender

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Avarumgender is a neurogender defined as "A gender for a person who feels that, while many terms may be used to describe their gender, they don’t feel like identifying with them may be right for them–due to uncertainty, anxiety, or just neurodivergency in general. Alternatively, a term for use where many labels may fit, and one’s gender may fit all the criteria for these labels, but the traits are all static and never seem to overwhelm each other.
“Varum” is the nominative, accusative, and vocative neuter case for the word that means “real” or “true.” One can add “a-” at the beginning (possibly) to mean “unreal” or “untrue” if they so wish, because varumgender/avurmgender can sometimes feel “fake” due to technically fitting so many labels. One can do with that as they wish."1

History of the term

Avarumgender was coined on or before January 19, 2017 by tumblr user the-devious-faery. The flag was posted to Pride-Flags on Deviantart on that date.2

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Don’t call me a cishet,
I’m definitely not one;
although the label fits me,
its just so boring, hun!

I’d rather use a label that
tells you I’m not cis
because I’m neuroatypical
Hooray self-diagnosis!

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Fictivegender

Fictivegender is a neurogender defined as "when you are in a DID or OSDD system, and are a fictive, and that affects your gender. Used similarly to kingender, you could use your fictive name as the beginning, for example [the coiner] would be Fazbeargender. Can be used in addition to other genders."1

History of the term

Fictivegender was coined on June 7, 2018 by tumblr user Freddyisace.2 There is no flag.

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I am Harry Potter,
I am the Chosen One,
this is who I really am,
I’m not doing this for fun!

You better not have headcannons
of which I do not approve:
I’m a fictivegender demiastralgirl,
if you don’t agree with me, you’re rude.

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Focigender

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Focigender is a neurogender defined as "a gender identity that is influenced by or shifts with your hyperfixations/obsessions…It was primarily made with ADHD and BPD in mind but it’s free to be used by any neurodivergent person (including self-dxed) who experiences a similar strong focus on things. This includes autistic special interests and also multiply-diagnosed, undiagnosed and questioning people!"1

History of the term

Focigender was coined on February 15, 2018 by tumblr user crystalmoth. The flag was created at the same time.2

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I’m crazy into horses;
ponies and centaurs, too,
I know everything about horse-care:
how to groom and feed and shoe.

My gender reflects my passion,
it gallops through my heart;
But don’t feed it moldy hay,
or it will get the sharts.

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Genderanxious

Genderanxious is a neurogender defined as "a gender that is undefined because the act of finding a label, or of having a gender, is a trigger for anxiety.
See also: Anxiegender, Imnigender, Kynigender."1

History of the term

Genderanxious was coined before June 24, 2016 by unknown. It was mentioned on that date in a post by Pride-Flags on Deviantart.2 There is no flag.

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I’m triggered by all genders,
don’t mention yours to me–
if you do, you’re responsible
for my anxiety.

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Genderbruised

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"what I did was looked at the different color stages of a bruise, and settled on these. The first color is a dark reddish-purple, which is what a bruise looks like in the very beginning. Then, it moves into purple (and sometimes blue), followed by a coral color surrounded by yellow. Finally, what was coral in the middle turns into a light brown, once again surrounded by yellow."

Genderbruised (or Bruisegender) is a neurogender defined as "a gender that is sensitive and hurts like a bruise whenever you explore the gender. This can be caused by tramua [sic], anxiety, ptsd, ocd, or other related neurodivergencies. Over time the “ bruise ” feeling can heal but it doesn’t always heal."1

See also: Peachgender

History of the term

Genderbruised was coined on February 2, 2018 by tumblr user q-enneth.2 The flag was created on April 21, 2018 by tumblr user lesbean-on-ice.3

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I stubbed my toe the other day,
and it came to me, I remember:
if you can stub a body part,
why can’t you stub your gender?

I’ve identified from that day forth
as proudly genderbruised:
I have stubbed my gender on
the West’s MOGAIphobic views.

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Genderdisturbed

Genderdisturbed is a neurogender defined as " having a gender you don’t define bcause you’re repulsed, frightened, anxious, or disturbed by it."1

History of the term

Genderdisturbed was coined on or before November 12, 20142 by tumblr user cactusprincex.3 There is no flag.

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I’m cis but I don’t want to be,
so, therefore, I’m not–
I mean, not being special?!
I’m disturbed by the very thought.

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Genderincimicus

Genderincimicus is a neurogender defined as "a sentiogender which describes a gender experience that cannot be fully felt/comprehended/understood because each time one attempts to mediate on their gender and determine what it does or does not entail/encompass, they feel a great sense of unease or anxiety, they begin to panic, or they become greatly distressed/distraught (including feelings of anger/frustration/despair) over not being able to make the determination. Note that this is not a distress that comes solely from uncertainty, but is a gender experience that necessarily involves an anxious/panicked/distressed sense of one’s own gender. The experiencer is therefore at odds with their gender, and this is the only thing they can know for certain, even if they can approximate what else their gender encompasses.
This is dissimilar to questioning or quoigender because it necessarily entails a dissatisfaction with one’s inability to fully grasp their gender. It is NOT just “IDK my gender” or “my gender is IDK”; it’s “I’m disappointed that I don’t know my gender because some emotional barrier is in the way, but I’d still like a term that describes that experience.”
The name comes from the Latin for adversary/enemy to illustrate how one always feels at odds with their gender due to it being just beyond reach.
This term was made with people with personality and anxiety disorders in mind (of which [the coiner is] both), but anyone who can’t get a grip on their gender due to panic/distress/anxiety can use it."1

History of the term

Genderincimicus was coined on or before September 26, 2019 by tumblr user momma-mogai-sphinx. There is no flag.2

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