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Fromagender is a rare nonbinary gender identity. It refers to one that feels there are holes within the wall of their gender, described as being comparable to holes in a slice of swiss cheese. People who identify with this gender usually find themselves on one end of the traditional binary roles of "male" or "female", but find their subconscious likes to, in a sense, reach through the holes to the other side of the binary. It is derivative of gender-fluidity. Pronouns associated with the identity are "che"/"chim", and are interchangeable according to whichever the person feels they identify with more.

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The Tumblr user facemask515 first used the term fromagender in 2017 and created the flag, stating that che identifies with the term.

Related identities[edit | edit source]

  • Genderfluid - individuals who are genderfluid have different gender identities at different times. A genderfluid individual's gender identity could be multiple genders at once and then switch to none at all, or move between single gender identities, or some other combination therein.

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