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aporagender.png|{{#simple-tooltip:Meaning|The pink, blue and purple lines represent feminine, masculine, and androgynous genders and are to the sides to symbolize how the centered yellow line (representing gender outside those bounds) is distinct from such genders but still connected through being a gender.}}
 
aporagender.png|{{#simple-tooltip:Meaning|The pink, blue and purple lines represent feminine, masculine, and androgynous genders and are to the sides to symbolize how the centered yellow line (representing gender outside those bounds) is distinct from such genders but still connected through being a gender.}}
Aporagender-2.png|{{#simple-tooltip:Meaning|Yellow and green are distinct from pink/blue and their typical gendered associations of male/female and therefore represent genders distinct from male/female.
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Aporagender-2.png|{{#simple-tooltip:Meaning|Yellow and green are distinct from pink/blue and their typical gendered associations of male/female and therefore represent genders distinct from male/female.<br>Teal references aporagender identities that may seem similar to maleness/masculinity/femaleness/femininity, but are distinctly their own separate gender feelings.<br>The black signify the presence of a specific gender feeling. Its diagonal orientation refers to the existence of these aporagenders on a plane distinct from the binary.}}
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</gallery>|identities=Aporagender|identity_link=Aporagender|plural=no}}<br />
Teal references aporagender identities that may seem similar to maleness/masculinity/femaleness/femininity, but are distinctly their own separate gender feelings.
 
The black signify the presence of a specific gender feeling. Its diagonal orientation refers to the existence of these aporagenders on a plane distinct from the binary.}}
 
</gallery>|identities=Aporagender|identity_link=Aporagender|plural=no}}
 

Latest revision as of 15:25, 12 January 2019

Aporagender pride flags
This is the gallery of alternative pride flags for the Aporagender identity.
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Tip: hover the flags to see their meaning![note 1]

  1. Unfortunately, not all flags have their meaning attached. If you know the meaning of one of them, feel free to add them or contact us!