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Genderfae Pride Flag

Author: Sexual Diversity
Author Contact: Sexual Diversity (SexualDiversity.org)
Published: 31st Dec 2022
Peer-Reviewed Publication: N/A
Additional References: LGBTQ+ Flags Publications

Summary: The Genderfae Pride flag features seven primary pastel colors, green, green, yellow, white, pink, lavender, and purple.


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What is Genderfae?

Genderfae (also called genderdoe or genderthil) is a form of genderfluidity that never encompasses feeling masculine. This is different from the binary gender female because it may include genders other than male and female (aporagender). It can be between male and female (androgyne), the feeling of no gender (agender), or any other non-binary gender. Genderfae individuals tend not to feel mingenders unless said gender is woman-aligned (like azurgirl, for example). Genderfae is under the genderfaer umbrella. Pangenderfae is the static version of genderdoe/genderfae. Someone who identifies as pangenderfae experiences all non-masculine-aligned genders within reason, within knowledge, etc.

The alternative terms genderdoe and genderthil were coined for those who do not want to use "fae." There is currently a movement to solidify into only using genderdoe or genderthil due to fae being revered in certain cultures.

The Genderfae Pride Flag

Image of the pastel color schemed Genderfae Pride flag.Image of the pastel color schemed Genderfae Pride flag.

What the Genderfae Pride Flag Colors Mean

The Genderfae flag has seven primary colors, which are green, green, yellow, white, pink, lavender, and purple. The users superpopcorn101 and Pride-Flags designed the Genderfae Pride flag on Deviantart in 2017. The Genderfae flag colors do not have any specific individual meanings. However, the color range doesn't include blue to indicate never including masculine genders. A pastel color scheme gave the flag a more "fae" feeling.

The Genderfae Pride Flag Color Codes
Green HEX = #97C3A5 RGB = 151, 195, 165 CMYK = 23, 0, 15, 24
Light Green HEX = #C3DEAE RGB = 195, 222, 174 CMYK = 12, 0, 22, 13
Yellow HEX = #F9FACD RGB = 249, 250, 205 CMYK = 0, 0, 18, 2
White HEX = #FFFFFF RGB = 255, 255, 255 CMYK = 0, 0, 0, 0
Pink HEX = #FCA2C4 RGB = 252, 162, 196 CMYK = 0, 36, 22, 1
Lavender HEX = #DB8AE4 RGB = 219, 138, 228 CMYK = 4, 40, 0, 11
Purple HEX = #A97EDD RGB = 169, 126, 221 CMYK = 24, 43, 0, 13

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Thumbnail image: Image of the pastel color schemed Genderfae Pride flag.
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Publish Date: 31st Dec 2022
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• (APA): Sexual Diversity. (2022, December 31). Genderfae Pride Flag. SexualDiversity.org. Retrieved January 30, 2023 from www.sexualdiversity.org/edu/flags/1121.php


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