Turbogender

Turbogender Flag
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the pink and blue represent traditional ‘masculine’ and ‘feminine’ and male/female genders. the gray in the middle stands for nonbinary, agender, and people who don’t wish to label themselves. the two black lines represent the ‘tangled’ or difficult to follow gender. and the white spaces represent the sort of ‘cracks’ in between different genders, e.g. the confusing places turbogender people often find their gender in.

Turbogender is a fancy way of saying Questioning defined as "a gender that you have tried to figure out but is too confusing and tangled, from latin conturbo (confuse/scatter)"1

History of the term

Turbogender was coined on July 15, 2015 by mariokartvevo. The flag was created at the same time.2

MOGAI-Watch Poem

Turbogender
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My gender confuses me the most,
though taxes are a contender,
but luckily, I use Turbotax,
and now I use Turbogender!

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