Libragender

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Libragender
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Related identities Agender and Demigender
Frequency 0.07%

Libragender is a gender identity where you feel mostly agender, but with a particular connection to another gender. The term 'libragender' gets its name from the star sign Libra, which is an equal scale. This represents the bifeelings of the agender gender identity and any other gender(s), although the feeling of being agender overweighs the feeling of being the other gender(s) and they are not equal. Libragender people are in the range of feeling 1-49% of a connection to another gender, with the other percentage being agender.

Libramasculine[edit | edit source]

Libramasculine is a gender identity where a person experiences little attachment to being masculine/male, but mostly agender. It's similar to demiboy, but is more specific, in that it's agender and male, with agender outweighing male, while demiboy is partially male, partially another gender(s).

Libraman[edit | edit source]

Libraman is an alternate label to libramasculine which can use the same flag as libramasculine. It is a gender identity that is mostly agender, but with a small portion still being connected to man/manhood specifically (not necessarily a connection to masculinity). Here, agender outweighs the man side. This could be due to not minding being recognized as male, wanting to be included in male/man groups/spaces, or feeling specifically partially a man along with being mostly agender regardless of AGAB.
This is the libramasculine/libraman flag. Both black and white represent the complete absence of gender. The blue in the middle represents masculinity or the male gender.

Librafeminine[edit | edit source]

Librafeminine is a gender identity where a person experiences little attachment to being feminine/female, but mostly agender. It's similar to demigirl, but is more specific in that it's agender and female, with agender outweighing female, while demigirl is partially female, partially another gender(s).

Librawoman[edit | edit source]

Librawoman is an alternate label to librafeminine which can use the same flag as librafeminine. It is a gender identity that is mostly agender, but with a small portion still being connected to woman/womanhood specifically (not necessarily a connection to femininity). Here, agender outweighs the woman side. This could be due to not minding being recognized as female, wanting to be included in female/woman groups/spaces, or feeling specifically partially a woman along with being mostly agender regardless of AGAB.
This is the librafeminine/librawoman flag. Both black and white represent the complete absence of gender. The magenta in the middle represents femininity or the female gender.

Librandrogyne[edit | edit source]

Librandrogyne is a gender identity where a person experiences little attachment to being androgynous/androgyne, but mostly agender. It's similar to demiandrogyne, but is more specific in that it's agender and androgyne, with agender outweighing androgyne, while demiandrogyne is partially androgyne, partially another gender(s).[1]
This is the librandrogyne flag. Both black and white represent the complete absence of gender. The purple/lavender in the middle represents androgyny or the androgyne gender.

History[edit | edit source]

Libragender was coined on Tumblr on or before 10 July 2014 by the user libragender, who has since deactivated their account.[2]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. [1] Librandrogyne flag and coining. June 26, 2016.
  2. Reblog of the coining post, 10 July 2014