Agender is a gender identity described as a feeling of a lack of a gender. However, it is an umbrella term that can describe range of genderless or neutral identities or feelings such as gendervoid, genderless and gender-neutral although for some these are separate identities.
Agender individuals may identify further as transgender, genderqueer or non-binary. Neutrois and agender are quite closely associated and although some make a distinction as to the presence or absence of gender dysphoria, this is not always true and it is better to define neutrois as being more centred around a neutral gender identity.
Agender Pride Flag[edit | edit source]
The agender pride flag consists of four colours organised in seven horizontal stripes- black, grey, white, green, white, grey, black. The colour grey represents a half or semi- identification of gender, the black and white stripes represent the complete absence of gender and the green stripe typically represents non-binary identities as it is the inverse of purple; a mixture of the two colours associated with the male and female binary.