All Movie-Related MOGAI Terms

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Cinemagender is a technogender defined as "a gender that is related to or influenced by any part of the cinema! It can be related/influenced aesthetically, or otherwise."1

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History of the term

Cinemagender was coined on January 2, 2019 by tumblr user genderqueer-dream. The flag was created at the same time.2


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Ennisgender is an fictigender defined as "a gender that is related to or inluenced [sic] by Ennis Del Mar from Brokeback Mountain1"

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This identity is mine and I did want to share it, but if you also want to use it please do not interact with me!! Ennis doubles make me very uncomfortable, he is above kin for me. (Also Jack kins please message me I need a Jack.)

History of the term

Ennisgender was coined on December 12, 2019 by tumblr user mogaistefan (aka mogaiennis). The flag was created at the same time.2

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Fionagender is a Relationship-Based Gender defined as "when your gender only becomes truly fixed when you fall in love."1

History of the term

Fionagender was coined on or before October 28, 2014 by an anonymous submitter to MOGAI-Archive.2 While this was almost certainly a troll submission, the MOGAI community's lack of self-reflection caused it to be published on a major MOGAI blog.

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I was born a princess years ago
in a land far, far away,
and burdened with a fearful curse
that struck at sunset every day.

Only with true love’s first kiss
could my gender take steady form–
but then I’d be forever stuck
as a slave to gender norms.

Many stories have been penned
about breaking curses with a kiss,
for me, that’d be the worst curse of all–
because then I would be cis.



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Maxgender is a fictigender defined as "a gender relating to Max from Sharkboy and Lavagirl."1

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History of the term

Maxgender was coined on May 9, 2019 by tumblr users maxssepticart and mogai-identities-blog. The flag was created at the same time.2


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Moviegender is a fictigender that was coined twice.
2018 Coining: "a gender only felt when watching movies, or in some way connected to movies. The label can be altered to be a specific movie."1
2019 Coining: "(can also be called filmgender and things alike):
1. A gender that is influenced by or connected to a certain movie, movie franchise, or is connected or influenced by the experience of seeing a movie.
2. A gender that feels similar to a movie- your gender may feel reminiscent of a plot structure, such as it having a climax, when it feels most intense, or other similar things.
This label can be a gender in itself or can be used to describe how you experience a gender. This may also feel connected to specific movie genres!"2

Pronouns (2019 Coining)

Pronouns that may be associated(though you don’t have to use any of these to be this gender:
Ac/act/acts/actself(based off of the words “actor” and “actress”)
Pro/protag/protags/protagself(based off the word “protagonist”)
An/antag/antags/antagself(based off the word “antagonist”

History of the term

Moviegender was first coined on August 7, 2019 by anonymous tumblr user via tumblr user just-a-mogai-blog (aka gayglitch). The flag was created at the same time.3 The term was re-coined on October 12, 2019 by tumblr user paws-pride-storage. There is no flag.[footnote]] Moviegender 2019 Definition [[/footnote]]

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