All Chinese Related Mogai Terms
Fengender

Fengender Flag
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The designer picked the blue-purple color since it’s an ambiguous color (represent nonbinary) and its a nontraditional color for an element. The classic Chinese elements are fire, earth, wood, metal, and water. The colors for these are traditionally red, yellow, green, white, and black respectively. Hence, wind/air isn't considered one of the elements in Chinese culture, and blue and purple aren't used as traditional colors.

Fengender is a POCgender defined as "a gender like the wind, playful, fickle and all over the place.
This term is exclusive to Chinese people."1

History of the term

Fengender was coined on February 23, 20172 by anonymous via tumblr blog Ask-Pride-Color-Schemes. The flag was created on that date by Pride-Flags on Deviantart.3

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Fengender
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My gender is as fickle
as a summer breeze–
fuck your inclusivity,
don’t use if not Chinese!

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Genderhu

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Flag meaning: 胡 (hu) is one of the characters used for the name of an instrument, 二胡 (erhu). It is basically a type of guitar, but with just two strings. Since this gender is supposed to be described as music, this is mostly likely where the term came from. The flag here reflects that, being two long dark bars representing the two strings. The background is red since that is a common color in china for luck and happiness, and the character 胡 (hu) being in yellow to represent freedom, in this case freedom from the gender binary!

Genderhu is a POCgender defined as "kind of like a musical feel to it, a flow like a ribbon floating down in the sky. Peaceful calm flows and vibes as a gender.
This term is exclusive to Chinese people."1

History of the term

Genderhu was coined on or before February 26, 2017 by anonymous. The flag was created at the same time.2

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Genderhu
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Now it’s summer and I am done
with Modern Chinese 1001.
To celebrate, here’s what I’ll do:
I’ll coin the gender “genderhu”!

Since there’s Chinese in the word,
it would be racist and absurd
for non-Chinese to have usage rights
(although I myself am white).

But luckily, none will abuse it;
no one likes it enough to use it.

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Laogender

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The character 老 (lao, which means old or ancient) in white, over a background that consists of 3 vertical bars: a dark grey in the middle, and two light grey on the sides. grey is used to represent ancientness, and with the dark grey bar is meant to look like abstract ancient pillar, in a sense. White is used to represent peace, as in peace with your gender identity in this case.

Laogender is a POCgender defined as "a selection of ancient gender identities from China that were destroyed by westerners. Old, mature and immortal.
This term is exclusive to Chinese people."1

History of the term

Laogender was coined on February 26, 20172 by anonymous. The flag was created at the same time by Pride-Flags/Pride-Color-Schemes3

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I promise that Laogender
existed before today–
it was yet another thing
with which Europe did away;

Don’t you try to google it–
you should just accept my claim–
and it’s racist if you ask me why
I gave an old gender a new name.

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Yang-Gender

Yang-gender is a religiogender defined as "a gender that is masculine in nature , feels hot , hard , light , strong , and aggressive , and is associated to life , movement , positivity , and love"1

History of the term

Yang-gender was coined on November 27, 2019 by troll tumblr user mogai-reclaimers2. There is no flag.3
Despite the troll origin of the term, it was reblogged sincerely by at least one real MOGAI blog.

Pronouns

  • yang/yangs/yangself

Feminine:

  • yeng/yengs/yengself

Masculine

  • yon/yongs/yongself

Nonbinary
yanx/yanxs/yanxself

See Also

Yingender

Yingender is a religiogender defined as “a gender that is feminine in nature , feels cold , soft , dark , weak , and passive , and is associated to death , stillness , negativity , and hate"1

Pronouns

  • yin/yins/yinself

Feminine

  • yian/yians/yianself

Masculine

  • yain/yains/yainself

Nonbinary

  • yix/yixs/yixself

History of the term

Yingender was coined on November 27, 2019 by troll2 tumblr user mogai-reclaimers. There is no flag.3
Despite the troll origin of the term, it was reblogged sincerely by at least one real MOGAI blog.

See Also

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