Gem Sciencegenders
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Crystagender

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Crystagender is a sciencegender defined as "when your gender randomly changes, and you often feel broken or fractured between multiple different genders.
For example, on one day, you might feel like you’re 110% agender, but on the next you’re broken into demigirl&nan0boy, androgynous, etc. Whether you feel like you switch between these genders throughout the time period, or feel like all at once, is up to the person."1

History of the term

Crystagender was coined on or before July 18, 2014 by tumblr user blogging-n-stuff via MOGAI-Archive.2 The flag was created on or before July 4, 2015. It was posted by Pride-Flags on Deviantart at that time.3

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Crystagender
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In deep caves, minerals dripped
for millennia untold
and formed breathtaking crystals–
some more rare than gold.

Imagine being so self-absorbed
that you felt it right
to compare your gender to this wonder–
what could be more trite?

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Gemenic

Gemenic is a sciencegender and an umbrella term for genders based on gemstones. All the terms coined under this heading are listed on this page.1

History of the term

Gemenic and all its subterms were coined on January 13, 2019 by tumblr user hawaiiaine (aka gender rose, mason-the-owlkin, atergender, beysgender, mogai-minecraft-snail, polysexualtea, aresgoesgender, thepancherryblossom).2 There is no flag.

List of Terms

  • Afghanitic: a xenogender related to afghanite
  • Agatentic: a xenogender related to agate
  • Alexandritic: a xenogender related to alexandrite
  • Amazonitic: a xenogender related to amazonite
  • Amberitic: a xenogender related to amber
  • Amethistiac: a xenogender related to amethyst
  • Ametrinic: a xenogender related to ametrine
  • Ammolitic: a xenogender related to ammolite
  • Andalusitic: a xenogender related to andalusite
  • Andesinic: a xenogender related to andesine
  • Apatitic: a xenogender related to apatite
  • Aquamarinic: a xenogender related to aquamarine
  • Aventurinic: a xenogender related to aventurine
  • Azuritic: a xenogender related to azurite
  • Bastnaesitic: a xenogender related to bastnaesite
  • Benitoitic: a xenogender related to benitoite
  • Berylitic: a xenogender related to beryl
  • Bloodstonic: a xenogender related to bloodstone
  • Calcitic: a xenogender related to calcite
  • Carneliannic: a xenogender related to carnelian
  • Cavansitic: a xenogender related to cavansite
  • Chalcedonic: a xenogender related to chalcedony
  • Charoitic: a xenogender related to charoite
  • Chrysoberylic: a xenogender related to chrysoberyl
  • Chrysocollianic: a xenogender related to chrysocolla
  • Chrysoprasic: a xenogender related to chrysoprase
  • Citrininic: a xenogender related to citrine
  • Danburitic: a xenogender related to danburite
  • Diamondinic: a xenogender related to diamond
  • Diopsidiec: a xenogender related to diopside
  • Dioptasic: a xenogender related to dioptase
  • Emeraldintic: a xenogender related to emeralds
  • Eudialytic: a xenogender related to eudialyte
  • Fluoritic: a xenogender related to fluorite
  • Fuchsitic: a xenogender related to fuchsite
  • Garnetinic: a xenogender related to garnet
  • Hackmanitic: a xenogender related to hackmanite
  • Heliodoric: a xenogender related to heliodor
  • Hematitic: a xenogender related to hematite
  • Hiddenitic: a xenogender related to hiddenite
  • Howlitic: a xenogender related to howlite
  • Iolitic: a xenogender related to iolite
  • Ironstonic: a xenogender related to ironstone
  • Jadeonic: a xenogender related to jade
  • Jasperonic: a xenogender related to jasper
  • Jeremejevitic: a xenogender related to jeremejevite
  • Kunzitic: a xenogender related to kunzite
  • Kyanitic: a xenogender related to kyanite
  • Labradoritic: a xenogender related to labradorite
  • Larimaric: a xenogender related to larimar
  • Lazuritic: a xenogender related to lazurite
  • Lepidolitic: a xenogender related to lepidolite
  • Magnetitinic: a xenogender related to magnetite
  • Malachitinic: a xenogender related to malachite
  • Meteoritonic: a xenogender related to meteorites
  • Moldavitic: a xenogender related to moldavite
  • Moonstoninic: a xenogender related to moonstone
  • Morganitic: a xenogender related to morganite
  • Obsidiananic: a xenogender related to obsidian
  • Onyxinic: a xenogender related to onyx
  • Opalitic: a xenogender related to opal
  • Pearlionic: a xenogender related to pearl
  • Peridotinic: a xenogender related to peridot
  • Petalitic: a xenogender related to petalite
  • Pietersitic: a xenogender related to pietersite
  • Prasiolitic: a xenogender related to prasiolite
  • Prehnitic: a xenogender related to prehnite
  • Pyritinic: a xenogender related to pyrite
  • Quartzianic: a xenogender related to quartz
  • Rhodochrositic: a xenogender related to rhodochrosite
  • Rhodonitic: a xenogender related to rhodonite
  • Rhyolitic: a xenogender related to rhyolite
  • Rubuonic: a xenogender related to rubies
  • Sapphiritic: a xenogender related to sapphires
  • Scapolitic: a xenogender related to scapolite
  • Selenitic: a xenogender related to selenite
  • Seraphinitic: a xenogender related to seraphinite
  • Serpentinic: a xenogender related to serpentite
  • Sillimanitic: a xenogender related to sillimanite
  • Sodalitic: a xenogender related to sodalite
  • Spectrolitic: a xenogender related to spectrolite
  • Sphaleritic: a xenogender related to sphalerite
  • Spinelic: a xenogender related to spinel
  • Stichtitic: a xenogender related to stichtite
  • Sugilitic: a xenogender related to suglite
  • Sunstoninic: a xenogender related to sunstone
  • Tanzanitic: a xenogender related to tanzanite
  • Tektitic: a xenogender related to tektite
  • Topazanianic: a xenogender related to topaz
  • Tourmalinic: a xenogender related to tourmaline
  • Tremolitic: a xenogender related to tremolite
  • Turkiyenitic: a xenogender related to turkiyenite
  • Turquoiseinaic: a xenogender related to turquoise
  • Variscitic: a xenogender related to variscite
  • Verditic: a xenogender related to verdite
  • Zirconinic: a xenogender related to zircon
  • Zoisitic: a xenogender related to zoisite
Gemgender

Gemgender is a sciencegender defined as " A nonbinary gender thats slightly feminine and takes a long time to form, just like a gem; It also just feels very nice and sparkly in a way, too."1

History of the term

Gemgender was coined on or before December 25, 20182 by unknown.3 There is no flag.

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Gemgender
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Why this label isn’t called
“gemder” I’ve no clue;
like a gem, it’s slow-growing,
and is nice and sparkly, too.

My gender’s slightly feminine,
but don’t you force on me
that oppressive non-gem label
or your gemphobic binary.

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Lapisitic

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"The flag [is] similar to lazuritic but with…a few yellow/gold lines"

Lapisitic is a sciencegender defined as "a specific gender related to lapis lazuli!"1

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History of the term

Lapisitic was coined on March 6, 2019 by anonymous via 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

Lazuritic

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Lazuritic is an sciencegender defined as "a xenogender related to lazurite."1

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History of the term

Lazuritic was coined on January 13, 2019 by by tumblr user hawaiiaine (aka polysexualtea/aresgoesgender/thepancherryblossom).2 The flag was created on January 14, 2019 by the same.3

Poudretteilorn

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Poudretteilorn is a sciencegender defined as "a gender that can be summed up as extraordinarily rare, even amongst the most niche of MOGAI. It can either be an unlikely combination or a way of experiencing gender that very few or no others experience. It’s named after one of the rarest gemstones in the world."1

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History of the term

Poudretteilorn was coined on September 15, 2018 by anonymous via tumblr user saturnic-vapour. The flags were created at the same time by saturnic-vapour.2

Pyropegender

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Pyropegender is a sciencegender defined as "a gender related aesthetically, spiritually, or in any other way to the gemstone pyrope or garnet."1

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History of the term

Pyropegender was coined on May 8, 2019 by tumblr user snozzzz via tumblr user mogaicore. The flag was created at the same time.2

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