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

MOGAI-Watch Poem

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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