Terms Coined In 2015

All Terms Coined in 2015


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Abrosexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is a Miscelanneous sexuality defined as "someone whose sexuality/orientation is fluid and/or constantly changing. It can be used as a replacement umbrella term for ‘queer’ for people who are questioning as some people find it offensive and consider it a slur."1

History of the term

Abrosexual was coined on or before February 22, 2015 by anonymous via mogaiarchive (not to be confused with MOGAI-Archive). The flag was created on or around February 27, 2015 by mod Chad on pride-flags-for-us.2

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"The blue represents water, because in a sense this gender works as a sponge and a sponge soaks up water?"

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Absorgender is a Relationship-Based Gender defined as "a gender that is what the genders of those around you are. As you are around more people, even if some leave, they continue to add to the genders you feel. You stay the genders that you have taken in until you hit a max of some sort. At that point you become like a blank slate, being only one gender (it doesn’t have to be agender or neutral, it can be any gender and the base gender can be different each time)."1

History of the term

Absorgender was coined on or before August 29, 2015 by pride-flags-for-us on tumblr.2 The first flag was created on that date by pride-flags on Deviantart.3 The second and third flags were created on December 28, 2018 by ch3rrycurry/darren-is-a-tucute.4

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I’m a little gender sponge,
my term is easy to define:
I assume other peoples’ genders
and pitch a fit if they assume mine.



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Color meanings: The red represents sexuality, the black represents why you cannot be involved in sexual things (hence the cross) and the pink shows the possibility of less sexual attraction (that is still there ) and the red outline shows that full attraction may still remain.

Acosexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is an esmosexuality defined as "experiencing attraction that one wants to act on, but at the same time having a strong aversion to engaging in it due to bad experiences, apprehension, or other misgivings about being involved in romantic relationships or sexual activity, etc."1

History of the term

Acosexual was coined before August 30, 2015 by pastelmemer. The first flag, by tumblr user rythian-exe, was posted on that date by Pride-Flags on Deviantart.2 The second flag was created on or before September 9, 2015 by unknown and posted on that date by Pride-Flags on Deviantart.3 The rest of the flags were created on July 1, 2018 by Fy on Beyond-Mogai-Pride-Flags.4

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My sexuality is really
the symptoms of past trauma,
but if you point that out to me,
I’ll start a ton of drama.



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Adeisexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is a neurosexuality defined as "a sexuality or romantic orientation in which when one becomes sexually or romantically interested in one, they become severely attached or ‘clingy’ to said person.
note: a basically watered down version of obsesexual/romantic that is allowed use by neurotypical people. said orientation does not excuse any inappropriate actions caused by this."1

History of the term

Adeisexual was coined on or before May 3, 2015 by tumblr user theboxwitch (or official-homura-akemiii) via themogai-archive, which is not the same blog as MOGAI-Archive.2 The flags was created before July 20, 2018 by unknown.3

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Don’t shame me for my clinginess
or the avalanche of texts
I send you when you ignore me–
I am not obsessed!

It’s not creepy that I stalk you,
you should go out with me–
if you don’t, you’re phobic
of my identity



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Adfectusexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is a neurosexuality defined as "whether sexual/romantic attraction is present depends on one’s state of mind. Adfectual and Adfomantic for short. Based on Adfectus."1

History of the term

Adfectusexual was coined on or before May 3, 2015 by by tumblr blog themogai-archive (not the same as MOGAI-Archive.2 The flags were created on April 9, 2018 by tumblr user chlorinetastetester. [3][4]

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When I’m feeling anxious,
I don’t want to have sex–
don’t imply that I’m “normal”-
I’m totally aspec.



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Flag color meanings: Colors traditionally associated with friendship, and the green represents lack of romance needed/wanted for sexual attraction.

Amicussexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is a miscellaneous MOGAI sexuality defined as " subset of demi- where one only develops a type of attraction to those they are friends with.
The difference between Amicus- and Demi-
“Amicus- is specifically for platonic relationships/friendships. Demi- applies to any sort of bond or long-term interaction. [the coiner has] heard of demi- people start experiencing attraction just by being in someone’s presence repeatedly for extended periods of time, like a classmate or workmate situation, or have a relationship with someone because they anticipate the attraction coming and they don’t mind non-attracted interactions (like a cupio- type situation)."1

History of the term

Amicussexual was coined on or before August 23, 2015 by tumblr user pastelmemer. The flag was created by pastelmemer and posted on that that date by Pride-Flags on Deviantart.2

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I love you like my own father
but don’t let that turn you off–
last time I saw dad, I was handcuffed
and rp-ing Lara Croft.
But it’s the open-ended “other”
that makes me jump for joy–
all this time, I thought it was wrong
to be attracted to clown toys.



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Coined on or before Sep 6, 2015 by unknown on Tumblr. Flag created by Pride-Flags on deviantart.com on January 26, 2016.

Astralgender is a xenogender defined as "a gender that feels connected to space."1

History of the term

Astralgender's original coining post can no longer be found. However, the term appears on a list of definitions published on Sep 6, 2015.2 Therefore, the term was created on or before that date. The flag was created by a flag-making site on Deviantart,3

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I think space is really cool,
so very cool, it’s clear
that my connection to it
is enough to make me queer.
I think the West was wrong
to spread the binary so far,
yet here I sit on tumblr,
gendering the stars.



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Atergender is an aesthetigender defined as "a gender that is deep, dark, and intimate."1

History of the term

Atergender was coined sometime before November 7, 2015, possibly 1nklash on deviantart/ ollies outie on tumblr, the person who designed the flag.[2] [3]

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My gender’s the most dark and deep
on the gender scene…
it’s also very intimate
if you know what I mean.



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Audiogender is both a standalone term and a subgroup of aesthetigender defined by its connection to sounds or music. This is also the patron gender category of that fourteen-year-old kid who likes to go on YouTube videos of early-70s psychedelic proto-prog-rock bands and complain that he was born in “the wrong generation” and that “there hasn’t been good new music since ’81, tops.”

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History of the term

Audiogender was coined was coined on or before March 2015 (when MOGAI-Archive was hacked and deactivated) by an anonymous submitter to MOGAI-Archive.1 The flag was created on January 15th, 2019 by imoga-pride on tumblr.2
It is defined as "the more you hear about a certain gender, the more you actively become that gender."

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Tell me again about that gender
that looks like a strawberry–
if you don’t tell super fast,
you’re gatekeeping me!


List of Terms



Ampligender is defined as "a gender that feels loud in volume. different from genderforte in that it is completely unrelated to music."4



Boomgender (or Explogender) is defined as "a gender that feels like popping or an explosion, regardless of intensity."5


Bulletsgender is defined as "a gender that feels scrappy and young, angry at everything happening in the world. Feels like garage punk, aggressive and looking for a fight, screaming the lyrics out and having a sore throat the day after. Orange and yellow and blood red, switchblades and guns and halos made out of barbed wire."6
Based on music by My Chemical Romance, possibly the album I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love.



Cadensbaroquegender is defined as "a (cadens)gender related to baroque, classical, medieval music, and all classical music genres."7


Cadensfolkgender is defined as " a (cadens)gender related to folk music, folk rock, easy listening, etc."8


Cadensgender is defined as "a gender that's easily influenced by music."9


Cadensjazzgender is defined as "a (cadens)gender related to jazz, blues music, etc"10


Carmigender is defined as "a gender which is poetic and rhythmic in nature, but not musical."11


Clefgender is defined as "a gender that you feel is closely connected to musical clefs.12


Coigender is defined as "when your gender feels as if it is on mute rather than fully expressed."13


Conventionalic is defined as "a gender that feels broken up in pieces but ultimately whole, loud and angry and in your face. Feels like a fistfight, pocket knives and pepper spray on your keychain, music playing too loud in the car while speeding down a vacant road. Mocking authority, sun bleached fields with thorns wherever you step, spiked leather jackets, red and yellow and tan and black."14
It is based on music by My Chemical Romance, possibly the album Conventional Weapons.



Dangerdaian is defined as "a gender that feels like revolution, like being completely and unabashedly yourself. Feels like meteor showers in desert night skies, getting paint dried on your hands, yelling at a protest, being with the people who you’d trust to the end of time. Aqua and orange and red and yellow and pink, unembarrassed and unafraid, free."15
It is based on music by My Chemical Romance, possibly the album Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys.


Demicadens is defined as "when [your] gender mirrors whatever music [you] listen to…So, as [you] listen to music, [your] gender changes."16



Electrogender (later updated to Electronigender) is defined as "an electronic cadensgender; a subset of musicgender, in which the gender is influenced by electronic music. Not be confused with electrigender."17


Electronigender is defined as "a subset of cadensgender associated to electronic music."18



Genderalto is defined as "a gender that is between genderbass and gendertreble."19


Genderbass is defined as "a gender that feels as if it is set in a low range, or that is lower pitched."20


Genderbeat is defined as "opposite of melogender, a gender that has little or no tone or music but that is more rhythmic in nature."21


Genderchord is defined as "a gender related to a musical chord"22


Genderclipping is defined as "not a gender in of itself, but a means to describe yourself when your feelings about gender are so intense or “loud” that you are having trouble making sense of them. Based on the sound phenomena of “clipping”, where a sound signal is distorted (sometimes until it can’t be recognized) because it’s too intense for what it’s being routed through."23


Genderdynamics is defined as "the experience of genderfluidity specific to genderflux, where one feels their gender “crescendo” (get lourder [sic]/more prominent) and “decrescendo” (get softer/less prominent) Could also be said to fluctuate between genderpiano, genderpp, genderforte, genderfortissimo, or other dynamical genders."24


Genderflat is defined as "a gender that feels flat or lower “pitched” than before."25


Genderfortissimo is defined as "a gender that is extremely loud or prominent, could be another term for a gender like maverique but that is still connected to music.26


Gendermajor is defined as "a gender that feels bright and happy, or other terms you use to describe major keys."27


Genderminor is defined as "a gender that feels solemn, blue, or deep, or other terms you use to describe minor keys."28


Gendernatural is defined as "a gender that is currently neither sharp nor flat."29


Gendernocturne is defined as "a gender that is individual to the user and typically similar to “genderminor” and is closely connected to nighttime."30


Genderpitch is defined as "a type of genderfluid that feels as if it changes pitch."31


Genderplaylist is defined as "when one feels like they have a set number of genders, similar to a music playlist. The genders can either be experienced in order or be “shuffled”, with the order being randomized. Genderplaylist can be considered a sub section of Genderfluid and/or Polygender."32


Genderpp (genderpianissimo) is defined as "a gender that is very soft; could be that is is extremely close to or is agender."33


Gendersharp is defined as "a gender that feels sharp or higher “pitched” than before."34


Gendersilence is defined as "a gender that is impossible to communicate, mostly just expressed by silence."35

Gender Silent

Gender Silent (or Muted Gender) is defined as "this gender isn’t loud, it stays silent. Hidden, even. No one knows what you are, or even notices what you’re supposed to be. Quiet and hidden, in plain sight."36


Gendersonata is defined as "a gender that is individual to the user and typically allegro, or could be described as “fast” and “lively.”"37


Gendertreble is defined as "a gender that feels as if it is set in a high range, or that is higher pitched."38


Genderwave or Vaporgender is defined as "when your gender feels like you’ve taken bits of things and woven them together to make a new gender, namely: slow or otherwise really chill sounds, nostalgia, old soul music, and other vaporwave-themed things. Derived from Vaporwave."39


Guitargender is defined as "a gender connected to guitars. Very musical and acoustic."40



Hardcoregender is defined as "an gender that’s rly loud/aggressive/really expressional."41


Harmonen is defined as "a gender that is influenced by feminine songs."42


Hiphopgender is defined as "a gender described through hip-hop."43



Immemorgender is defined as "after the latin word "Immemor" which means "To Strum". "A gender which associates himself with the strumming movement of stringed instruments like guitars, banjos, etc."44
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Industrialgender is defined as "a subset of cadensgender but specifically relates to industrial music.
a gender that is influenced by industrial music."45


Impediogender is defined as "a nonbinary gender which is most often subdued or silent, but becomes more intense whenever it is challenged or one is in a situation in which their gender makes things more difficult, such as when faced with a form that only allows binary gender options to be checked.
E.g. If you’re non-binary and feel it mildly, but if you’re given a form where you have to check ‘male’ or ‘female’, your feeling of NBness spikes up. Impedio- coming from the Latin ‘hinder, obstruct’."46



Kairgender is defined as "a musicgender for very cheery, light, whimsical, and instrumental music."47


Kitharagender is defined as "a gender which is similar to guitar strings (strings being for acoustic, electric, or nylon vary upon the person) and therefore enjoys having them ‘strummed’ by immemorgender people."48



Melodarian is defined as "a gender associated with a music box’s melody. could be a subsect of cadensgender !"49


Melogender is defined as "a musical, harmonious gender. you can interpret it your own way."50


Mufflegender is defined as "a gender that feels soft in volume. different from genderpp in that it is completely unrelated to music."51


Musicafluid is defined as "fluid between dodransgenders"52


Musicagender is defined as "when your gender can only be described through a specific musical aesthetic and/or genre."53


Musicgender or Musigender is defined as "a catchall term for any gender that is related to musicianship or music theory."54


Mutamflux is defined as "a volumegender, in which a person’s gender sometimes is ampligender, but flucuates to be a ‘muted’ version of ampligender. not mufflegender because it is not a quiet gender, just a loud gender that is sometimes muted.55



Paradigender is defined as "a gender that feels cheerfully nihilistic, joyful and overwhelming. Feels like bass that you can feel in your heart, nostalgia that leaves you wondering where it all went, understimulation where you turn the volume all the way to 100%. Skulls and fractured bones, overexposed photopgraphs [sic], blood splattered on clean white tile, greys and whites and bluish greys."56
Based on music by My Chemical Romance, possibly the song Welcome to the Black Parade.


Phonogender is defined as a "gender identity connected/linked/tied to your voice"57


Pianagender is defined as "a gender that can change at the push of a key."58


Psygender is defined as "a gender that feels like psytrance music or affected/influenced by listening psychedelic trance."59



Ravegender is defined as "a chaotic gender associated with a pulsating feeling of fluctuation. your gender feels intense and loud, feeling as though it can burst out of you at any second."60


Revengender is defined as "a gender that feels vengeful and violent, thirsty for blood and determined to meet an ultimate goal. Feels like the melancholy that comes only at night, the thrill you get when you talk about ghosts, the ache of missing someone so far away. Demons, suits covered in blood, cemeteries at dusk, ghosts, black and white and red."61
Based on music by My Chemical Romance, possibly the album Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge



Synthgender is defined as "a gender related to the synthwave genre or aesthetic."62
Not to be confused with Synthgender, a technogender.


Synthic is defined as "a xenine/nonbinary expression term for someone whose gender expression is feminine to some extent, and clearly inspired by & relates to aesthetics which are commonly associated with synthwave/retrowave/vaporwave music."63



Technogender is defined as "a subset of cadensgender but specifically relates to techno music .
a gender that is influenced by techno music."64


Turcallegra is defined as "a fast, fleeting gender which feels quick-natured and foreign, moving quickly through and away from your gender as a whole and prone to fast changes in temperament; it is associated with history and the military of the Middle Ages…a portmanteau of “alla turca” and “allegro” (which is the tempo, and important to the gender), with the ending switched to an a to make it seem more feminine-aligned (though any transmascs using this can feel free to switch it to allaturcallegro for a more masc feel if you want)…[based on] Mozart’s Turkish Rondo, or Alla Turca"65



Vocagender is defined as "when you only feel your gender when you’re saying it out loud (subsets: vocagirl, vocaboy, vocanonbinary)."66

Vocagender (Vocaloid)

Vocagender is defined as "a gender connected to Vocaloid in some way. (Could be a connection to a specific vocaloid or voicebank, a certain song or set of songs, or just the series in general.)"67


Volflux is defined as "a gender that fluctuates in volume, being louder at times and softer at other times. different from genderdynamics in that it is completely unrelated to music."68


Voicefluid is defined as "when the gender of your voice changes"69



Whirlpoolfluid is defined as "fluid between musicgenders"70


Bellagender is an aesthetigender defined as "an alternative term for gendercute/cutegender; a gender that is strongly connected to the concept of being cute; a gender tied to self-image and presentation."1

History of the term

Bellagender was coined was coined sometime before November 28, 2015 by lil-bird-boy.2 There is no flag.

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Cutegender is just not enough
to convey my gender’s downy fluff,
or the otherworldly beauty
of my lil gender cutie;
I opt instead for bellagender
to convey its full splendor.



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Burstgender is a fancy way of saying Genderfluid/Polygender defined as "a mostly undefined gender with intense momentary spikes of a specific gender, such as boy, girl, genderqueer, etc, that last a relatively short time and fade away."1

History of the term

Burstgender (or Spikegender) was coined before August 22, 2015 by unknown. The flags were created by pride-flags-for-us and posted on that date by Pride-Flags on Deviantart. [2][3]

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My gender’s like a Fruit Gusher
down inside my soul—
when life breaks the chewy outside,
liquid swells forth from the hole.
My gender’s a candy orgasm,
a bursting forth of life;
don’t let me write Gushers adverts,
or you’ll be in a world of strife.



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Color meanings: Fading colors representing loss of attraction, as well as white, gray, and black which are associated with aspec flags.

Caedsexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is a neurosexuality defined as "a feeling that one was previously able to experience a particular kind of attraction, but that ability was lost due to trauma or other negative events."1

Alternate term: Caedosexual

History of the term

Caedsexual was coined on or before January 29, 2015 by unknown via MOGAI-Archive.2 The flags were created on October 3, 2015 [3][4][5] and June 26, 2016[6] by Pride-Flags on Deviantart.

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Once I could feel love,
but I can’t now due to trauma–
more theraputic than seeking help
is causing MOGAI discourse drama.


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