Pangender / Omnigender

Pangender / Omnigender

(adjective)

Pangender is an experience of gender where the genders involved cover a wide range of gender experiences. This does not mean that a person can experience exclusive genders that they culturally do not have access to, only that the range of genders they experience is expansive. Pangender people may experience these genders in a wide variety of ways, including simultaneously or in a sequence, static or fluid. Individual genders may or may not be binary. Some pangender people are both cisgender and transgender.

Pangender people may or may not transition physically, legally, or socially. Categorically, pangender people are considered under the multigender, non-binary, and transgender umbrellas but may or may not identify with those terms individually. Those decisions are based on their understanding of their relationship with gender and their access to transitioning within their culture.

e.g. Hans, a pangender person, often described their gender as an expansive nebula that expands and contracts through various genders.


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