Clearly, some accepted genders are parent terms for more niche subgenders, which themselves often have subgenders. Easy example, nonbinary is categorically a parent terms for genderflux, agender, genderfluid, and each of those has its own subgenders (girlflux/boyflux/enbyflux, etc). Otherwise, when there isn't necessarily a parent-child categorical relationship, some genders should clearly by grouped nearer to each other than others; the tree of 'xenogender' would fit nearer the tree of 'agender' than it would fit near the tree of 'genderfluid' for example.
Has anyone mapped out all these genders, visually, into a tree that takes into account the specificity of each, and the parent/child relationships of each subgender? I'd really like to see it. It would be a great visual tool. If it doesn't exist, I'm now for some reason fixated on making one myself. There are just too many damn cool genders on here to *not* organize into something comprehensive.