Witchcraft Religioenders

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Beltanic

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Beltanic is a religiogender defined as "a xenogender related to the pagan sabbat beltane1"

History of the term

Beltanic was coined on February 10, 2020 by tumblr user mogaibinch. The flag was created at the same time.2

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Deitgender

Deitgender (or deigender) is a religiogender defined as "a gender that is based on which deity you worship in Witchcraft/Wicca."1 The coiner goes on to explain "I developed this idea because whenever I worship Aphrodite I feel more female but when i worship Hades I feel more male."

History of the term

Deitgender was coined on April 14, 2018 by tumblr user imnotcrazy-i-swaer.2 There is no flag.

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Deitgender
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When I worship Aphrodite,
I don’t feel like a boy,
but when I worship Hades,
it’s another story.

I lack a firm sense of self
which makes it really easy
for Mogai Hell to convince me
my gender’s something cheesy.

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Familiargender

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Color meanings: The browns represent animals and the greens and purples represent nature and magic.

Familiargender is a religiogender defined as " gender for witches and/or pagans whos genders are affected by their familiar, whether it be the familiars personality or species or magic ability
familiargender can be used as its own thing, or changed like familiaboy/familiagirl (or if you so choose, familia-(species)-(gender or other suffix)."1

History of the term

Familiargender was coined on or before April 2, 2017 by kittythefembot on Deviantart. The flag was made at the same time.2

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Familiargender
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My familiar is a tardigrade
with unnatural powers:
such as not flushing the toilet
and taking too-long showers.

Because I crave attention,
I made him up to be
my excuse for bad bathroom habits
and being LGBT.

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Hexgender

Hexgender is a religiogender defined as "a gender related to evil and witchcraft. Doesn’t have to be used by witches."1

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History of the term

Hexgender was coined on or before March 12, 2019 by unknown.2 There is no flag.

Magikavine

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Magikavine is a religiogender defined as "a dark gender related to dark circus aesthetics, magic, and the color purple. Its very overwhelming but also never there at the same time, or interchanging."1

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History of the term

Magikavine was coined on August 8, 2019 by tumblr user mogai-identities-blog. The flag was created at the same time.2

Malificae

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Malificae is a religiogender defined as "a gender that is related to witchcraft. It is up for the user’s interpretation, but it may feel magical, ‘witchy’, have connections to spells, sigils, rituals and other types of magic, or feel related to a specific path. For example, a cottage witch might experience it as being homely, cozy and related to nature, while a sea witch may experience it as simultaneously harsh and gentle, vast, and liquid. These are only examples - Malificae is a personalised gender that means something different for everyone. You do not have to practice witchcraft to be this gender. It does not have a suffix that can be replaced with a gender (e.g. it can’t be used as malificaexoy), but if paired with another gender, it may look like this: “I’m a xoy and malificae.” “They’re a malificae lykh, but they’re also juxera.” “Kit is a malificae girl.” However, it can be used as Malificaefluid and Malificaeflux, as well as Demimalificae, etc."1

History of the term

Malificae was coined on November 18, 2018 by tumblr user xeno-aligned. The flag was created at the same time.2

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Magiogender
Witchgender

Ostaric

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Ostaric is a religiogender defined as "a xenogender related to ostara/easter1"

History of the term

Ostaric was coined on February 7, 2020 by tumblr user mogaibinch. The flag was created at the same time.2

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Unlugender

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Unlugender is a religiogender defined as "a gender characterized by unluckiness, hexes, or curses."1

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History of the term

Unlugender was coined on January 12, 2019 by tumblr user wavership..2 The flag was created at the same time by IMOGA-pride.3

Witchgender

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The colors of the flag don’t mean anything, but are witch-like colors. The magic circle is to represent the magical aspect of it.

Witchgender is a religiogender (or Magusgender, Magegender, or Venefigender) was originally defined as "a gender that has a closeness or connection to witchcraft and magic. It is, in a way, a magic gender. You could use it to perform strange gender magic. Or something. It is also associated with a feminine or androgynous gender expression.
Witchgender’s names come from the following things: witchgender, coming from the word “witch”; magusgender, coming from the Latin word “magus”, meaning “magic”; magegender, coming from the word “mage”, another word for “magician”; and venefigender, coming from the Latin word “venefica”, meaning witch.
Not to be confused with Genderwitched or Magigender."1

A later re-coining of the term defines it as "your identity of a witch is strongly tied to your gender identity."2

History of the term

Witchgender was originally coined on August 18, 2014 by tumblr user emipachu-archive. The first flag was created at the same time3 The flag was created on or before
August 29, 2015 by helkie-three on Deviantart.4 The third flag was posted on January 11, 2019 by tumblr user nebularomantic.5
It was re-coined on February 27th, 2017 by Sapphire Crimson-Claw6

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I’m the witchiest effing tumblr witch
that ever cast a spell,
just to drive that concept home,
straight from MOGAI hell

I summoned up a gender
for my witchy feelings:
I’m fucking witchgender;
I hang transmeds from my ceiling.

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