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Absense of gender

Partial Gender

Mixed genders and all-genders

Gender outside male/female



The Agender Flag was created in 2014 by Salem on blogging platform Tumblr, and was made symmetrical in order to be like the Transgender flag.

Since its introduction, it has become more prominent across LGBT+ online spheres and parades.

It includes a black stripe representing an absense of gender, a grey stripe representing partial gender, the white representing mixed or all-genders, and a light green stripe to signify genders that fall outsider of the male/female binary.

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Originally published: 11th June, 2021
Last modified: 4th February, 2022