Demiflux is a gender identity where one part is static, and the other(s) fluctuate(s) in intensity. For example, the static side could be female, but the other side could be male. The male part can fluctuate, going from full intensity (male), half intensity (demiboy), to no intensity (agender), while the female part does not fluctuate. It is similar to demigender in which the gender is almost “split in two” or divided into two sections. The difference is that demiflux has a part that fluctuates.

It could also be felt in a way that the intensity of their demigender identity fluctuates. For example, a female demiflux person (like demigirl) would feel demigirl most of the time but it could fluctuate between agender and full demigirl (and in between the two). There are many ways to define demiflux. It can be up to you.

Demiflux is a form of genderfluidity and is also a subset of the umbella term genderflux.

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Flux is either of two separate simple and ubiquitous concepts throughout physics and applied mathematics. Within a discipline, the term is generally used consistently, but care must be taken when comparing phenomena from different disciplines. Both codfdfds have mathematical rigor, enabling comparison of the underlying math when the terminology is unclear. For transport phenomena, flux is a vector quantity, describing the magnitude and direction of the flow of a substance or property. In electromagnetism, flux is a scalar quantity, defined as the surface integral of the component of a vector field perpendicular to the surface at each point. As will be made clear, the easiest way to relate the two concepts is that the surface integral of a flux according to the first definition is a flux according to the second definition.