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Bigender

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Femininity

Femininty

Androgyny, mixture of femininity and masculinity

Nonbinary identities

Masculinity

Masculinity

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About

The bigender flag was created by a user named no-bucks-for-this-doe, and it is believed to have been designed some time in 2014. It features shades of blue and pink to represent the experiences of masculinity and femininity respectively, with purple representing a blend of them both, and white representing nonbinary identity.

There is alternate bigender flags, based on the same design, for those who are masculine leaning or feminine leaning.

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