The proposed quasigender flag.

A gender identity in which the person feels mostly like one gender or set of genders, but not entirely. It can also mean a person feels comfortable with a certain gender identity within or apart from the binary, but is not entirely certain what identifying with that gender (or genders) means. Similarly to greygender, people who identify as quasigender have a feeble grasp on the concept of gender as a whole. Quasigender can be described as a mixture between greygender and other gender identities, including (but not limited to) demigirl, demiguy, genderfluid, or genderqueer.

Examples:

Quasigirl

A gender identity in which the person identifies mainly as female and uses she/her pronouns, but is uncertain about other aspects of their gender identity and confused as to what being female actually means.

Quasiguy

A gender identity in which the person identifies mainly as male and uses he/him pronouns, but is uncertain about other aspects of their gender identity and confused as to what being male actually means.

Quasineutral

A gender identity in which the person identifies mainly as gender neutral or non-binary and uses they/them or other neutral pronouns, but is uncertain about other aspects of their gender identity and confused as to what being gender neutral actually means.

Quasifluid

A gender identity in which the person identifies mainly as gender fluid or non-binary and uses a number of pronouns, but is uncertain about other aspects of their gender identity and confused as to what being gender fluid actually means.

The proposed quasigender flag:

The purple can represent both femininity and/or fluidity. Purple is generally considered a "female" color but not to the same degree of pink. Purple can also represent neutrality.

The red can represent both masculinity and/or fluidity. Red is generally considered a "male" color but not to the same degree of blue. Red can also represent neutrality.

The gray represents uncertainty and confusion, especially towards the concept of gender as a whole. It can also represent people who feel quasineutral, or nonbinary in some fashion.

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