A sub gender of genderfluid, and a type of mutogender, valid for either pangenderfluids or polygenderfluids (bi, tri, etc.). The prefix 'incli' comes from latin and refers to inclination, tendency for a certain change. It relates to mirror gender and Amorgender and Amaregender, but is not quite one of them specifically. The gender of a person who identifies as adaptive gender may alter on the circumstance and social context they are in at the moment, specifically by with whom they're surrounded. As one is surrounded by girl friends, on the social context of, for example, a girls' night out, one will most likely flow to woman, in order to fulfill the gender role which is most convenient for them. The same might happen in a boys' night out, as one will most likely flow to man. However, for example, if one has a romantic or sexual, or in any other matter, interest in of those men, and such man is straight, the adaptive gender person might flow to woman to 'have a better chance', or since there are two stimuli, bigender between man and woman. Going back to the girls' night out, in which the adaptive gender will most likely flow to woman, being with these girl friends separately might have different results. One might Be a man with one of them, androgynous with another, and have no preference with a third one. This can happen to better fulfill a platonic friendship, or be part of a crazy duo. Being alone, for example, might trigger a genderless or neutral identification in some individuals, a specifically male or female or third gender in others, or might have no effect, leaving gender to flow naturally. Other stimuli that might affect an adaptive gender person's gender might include: the presence of pets; locations in which one is in; formality of the circumstance; activity being performed; etc.

Other things like mood or weather might also influence an adaptive gender person's gender, but this is generally not associated with identifying as adaptive gender, but with also identifying with other subcategories of genderfluidity with such effects. This is because the adaptive gender is one which is influenced (but not determined) by the socio-cultural context and circumstance.

Despite any stimuli, an adaptive gender person's gender identity might still flow 'naturally', and independent of social circumstance. In a girls' night out, in which the incligender is attracted to a lesbian woman and are performing activities which usually tilts them for femininity does not imply the incligender will obligatorily identify as a woman. They might still identify with any gender identity their genderfluidity 'allows' them to.

Might also be used as a prefix to other genders, especially genderfluid identities, such as 'Adaptive Pangenderfluid' or 'Inclibigenderfluid'.

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