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{{newGender}}Speculogender or mirrorgender is a form of [[Gender Fluid|gender fluidity]] where ones gender may fluctuate, change or adapt based on the people they're around, for example one may feel [[masculine]] in a group of men, or [[androgynous]] in a mixed group.
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{{Uncommon}}Speculogender or mirrorgender is a form of [[Gender Fluid|gender fluidity]] where ones gender may fluctuate, change, or adapt based on the people they're around. For example, one may feel [[masculine]] around a group of men, or [[androgynous]] in a mixed group.
   
 
=== Etmology ===
 
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The term speculum first originated from the historical language of [[Wikipedia:Latin|Latin]]. Upon being translated, Anfrom means “[[Wikipedia:Mirror|mirror]]”, specere means “to see; to look at”, and ulum means “''forming tools of performing a verb''”.
The word 'speculo' comes from Latin, and means mirror in english.
 
 
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Latest revision as of 22:13, 18 November 2020

Speculogender or mirrorgender is a form of gender fluidity where ones gender may fluctuate, change, or adapt based on the people they're around. For example, one may feel masculine around a group of men, or androgynous in a mixed group.

Etmology

The term speculum first originated from the historical language of Latin. Upon being translated, Anfrom means “mirror”, specere means “to see; to look at”, and ulum means “forming tools of performing a verb”.