Moasaigender/Portiogender

Mosaigender Flag (3)
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Mosaigender Flag (2)
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Mosaigender Flag (1)
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Mosaigender (also known as portiogender) is an aesthetigender defined as "a gender made up of pieces of other genders"1 or "a gender composed of pieces or fractions of many genders and feelings."2

History of the term

Mosaigender was coined on June 7, 2015 by MOGAI archiving and coining blog Pride-Flags-For-Us.3 The first flag was created at the same time.4 The second and third flags were made by Pride-Flags on Deviantart—the second on August 29, 20155 and the third one on October 16, 20156

MOGAI-Watch Poem

Mosaigender
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The Romans were onto something
with their mosaic art–
I saw it once in a museum,
and felt a revelation in my heart;
My gender, too, is crushed up glass
embedded in cement:
Roman artists shared my gender–
there’s nothing else this could have meant.

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