The 76 types of a Xenogender (Full list)

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The 76 types of a Xenogender (Full list)

In this article, we will talk about all the 76 types of Xenogenders. Keep reading if you are curious what does a xenogender mean and what are the different types of xenogenders.

What is Xenogender? 

Xenogender is a nonbinary gender identity and umbrella term that defines gender identities which “cannot be contained by human understandings of gender.”

This means that its genders are more or less crafted towards things that are out of relation to humans, like animals, plants, or things. 

As such, this means that there are several, several different types of xenogenders.

The 76 types of Xenogers


This type of Xenoger means having a gender which is profound, deep, and infinite: This is someone who has a profound feeling and attaches that to their gender. A profound feeling


A gender experience that is derived from, or the embodiment of, an aesthetic: Quite literally a gendered embodiment of the appreciation of a certain type of art, or aestheticism for others.


A very powerful and breathtaking gender, that can be combined with relevant genders: Not only is this is a gender that can be combined with other genders, this can quite handily be described by Abimegender as well since they both attach profound feelings to their gender, and only those profound feelings by what I can find.


A gender that is sort of ‘alien trying out foreign species’ gender’ way. Can be combined with other specific genders. We can call this type of xenogender a nonhuman perspective of genders.


This type of gender speaks about the type of gender that is old, ancient, and that can be changed into archaiboy/girl/nonbinary/other: This is in line with the concept of an “old soul”, a person who has been reincarnated many times and has gained the experience of many lifetimes channelled into someone where it would be uncharacteristic. 


This is a gender-based on the zodiac sign Aries. People believe that ariegender has a lot of power over their lives and decisions.


A number gender. Numbers can vary from negative, positive, decimals, infinite, square roots, etc. 


Having a gender which is bright, celestial, and radial: The special star-flake gender which is also a repeat of Abimegender and Aethergender as well with PROFOUND FEELING GENDERS.


A gender that feels connected to space to a supreme level.


Biogender is all about the connection with Mother Nature. Biogenders range from earthgenders, faunagenders, genderflora to hydrogender, felisgender, and so on. 


Blizzgenders identify themselves with harsh cold and snowy weather.


A gender that feels like, or can be compared to a bog, swamp, marsh or similar: Feel free to sing the Smashmouth song that plays in Shrek, because that is basically what this is.


A gender who identifies with the elements of the space and the Universe – starts, nebulae, constellations etc.

Caminus gender

This type of gender is described as having a warm feeling towards one, none or multiple genders. The accent here should be put on the world warm, since the word caminus is Latin for oven. 


A gender that feels influenced by, or connected to dogs in a powerful way. 


This gender feels special, artsy, more creative and rhythmic in nature. May be used as a prefix (carmifluid, carmiboy, etc.) or as a standalone gender: A gendered embodiment of liking poetic meter. This is also another mix and match gender. 


This term is very familiar with the term genderfluid. It basically means the same thing: a person who cannot identify as any gender, and that manifests as all the genders or none at all. It means fluid and ever changing. 


A person who behaves, thinks and expresses themselves in a confusing manner. 


A person who feels special, empowered and magical. Named after Circe, goddess of magic.


Gendered embodiment of colors. Someone can be a bluegender, pinkgender, yellowgender, etc. A term associated with an attraction for either certain colour, hues, places or objects associated with that colour.


This gender can be used by itself or along with another gender to describe its state of movement. This is a type of gender related to space and time, and the idea of constant change. 


A gender so vast and complex that you are only able to process a small bit of it at a time. Name from the vast reaches of space filled with things we cannot begin to imagine: See “Archaicgender” + “Astralgender” + “Circegender” for a rough idea of what this actually is.


This type of gender is very abstract to define. In fact, this gender is about being abstract, absent and present at the same time, not following rules and patterns, concepts and ideas. 


This type of gender is related to the supernatural, mainly identifying oneself as a supernatural being, such a demon. “Daimo” comes from the word “daimon,” which was the original greek word for “demon.”


A mysterious, mystical and obscure non-binary gender: The slightly less grandiose version of “Circegender”.


A digital gender that can take up any sort of digital thing or file; virus, malware, .txt, .mp3, anti-virus, trojan, email, etc. Digigender can be replaced with girl, xirl, nonbinary, nb, enby, fluid, boy, boi, etc: While unfortunately not related to Digimon, this is a gendered embodiment of digital things. 


Gender is perceived as a gift for all the good deeds done in the past life, thus is something really valuable and special. 


This gender has a special and different connection with the forests. 


This type of gender is considered very feminine, as it is associated with elements like pink things, glitter, frills – everything cute and sweet and soft. 


This type of gender identity is strongly related to the earth and nature. It means to stay connected to the earth, having a bit of spirituality in that respect.  


From French effrayant “scary” + neutre “neutral,” It is a [non-binary] gender, may be paired with agender and other genders.


Like its name, it means an egotistical gender, similar to the term narkissisgender. 


Ekra- prefix from the Greek word εκραγεί meaning “explode”. 


It is believed that one’s gender is formed of 4 primary parts that are each connected to each other. 


A gender that is defined by a source of energy that is flowing through the universe, impossible to stop or to be slowed down. 


A gender which is related to being a spirit or exists on higher or extra dimensional planes: The gendered embodiment of dimensions.


An ethereal gender which essence cannot be explained, understood or studied.


A gender influenced and characterized by animals. 


A gender that is described as being cautious, timid, but also natural and cute.


A gender associated with cats in terms of behaviour, feelings and character.


A fluid gender in a constant state of change that never truly extinguishes. Aesthetically linked to fire as a visual metaphor or symbol.


A gender identity where one’s feelings of gender are experienced through flirtiness. This can be through flirting with people or the word in general, or though flirting with gender itself. 


A gender which is cold and very snowy: The gendered embodiment of feeling cold.


Similar to frostgender, but it also encompasses other genders as well. For example, a freezegirl would be experiencing both a cold and snowy gender but also having a connection to femininity or girl-ness: The gender-fluid female version of Frostgender.


A gender identity encompassing and surpassing the limits of the earth/society, but doesn’t incorporate existing genders from society; a gender identity so grand and huge it cannot be explained by words. the opposite of gendervoid: The “special-snowflake” version of “Cosmicgender”.


A gender that blooms and evolves based on weather and atmosphere; similar to genderfluid but feels more connected to flowers and other flora.


Gender is almost larger than life, like it’s spilling out of your body. It takes up a lot of space and is just awe inspiring: “Cosmicgender” once again.


A gender experience that is neither transparent or translucent.


Like gendervoid [see below], but related to the ocean. Your gender is a vast sea of caverns and depths yet to be discovered. 


A gender consisting of the void (also/originally used to mean the same thing as genderless)


A gender that feels like it’s faintly shining or wavering.


You may or may not have a gender, but either way it’s glitched and confusing.


A gender that brings peace of mind to the identifier. Once adopted, this gender connects the minds in ways that it had not been connected before. It brings clarity, creativity, and security to its identifier.


Similar to agender; a strong sensation of warmth and genderlessness. […] an intense and burning sensation of gender (or lack thereof).” From the word “helio”, meaning “sun”


A gender which shares qualities with or be compared to qualities of water; i.e. currents, tides, etc: Taking the metaphor a bit further, this is basically a “structured” version of being genderfluid, as the tides change with your feelings.


When your gender is so large and present, you’re not quite sure what it is because it’s too big to see clearly but it is definitely there. A defined version of “Aethergender”.


A gender experience composed of layers or slices.


A term for those whose gender is related to strength and regality.


A gender that shines brightly and luminously.


A gender represented by a powerful ball of light.


A gender defined by love for other gendered people who are treated badly, and a love for your own gender as well: This is what’s called “loving yourself”.

Microgender and Macrogender

Small and large feelings of gender that are not identifiable within social gender categories: Gender is both a descriptor and an object and has tangible changes in size and stature. 


A catchall term for any gender that is related to musicianship or music theory. 


A gender that is best described by one’s name, good for those who aren’t sure what they identify as yet but definitely know that they aren’t cis [cisgender].

It can be used as a catch-all term or a specific identifier, e.g. johngender, janegender, (your name here)gender, etc


A gender that used to exist but is now ‘dead’ or nonexistent.


A gender that’s best described by a noun, particularly good for synesthetic people. eg: seagender, a gender best described by the sea. Very flexible and personable.” An umbrella term. 


A gender defined by numbers, combination of numbers, sumb, fractions, etc.


A gender consisting of pure darkness or related to it. 


A gender which feels round, without any edges.


A gender which feels special and precious to oneself.


A gender that is as deep and unknown as the ocean itself. It’s a gender that is mostly incomprehensible but slightly familiar in human terms. Not to be confused with Gendersea:


A gender that is beyond comprehension in earthly terms, as if it originated from beyond the earth. OR a gender that cannot be defined no matter how many other terms are coined OR simply the gender of a star..


A gender which can best be described as TV static; fuzzy and incomprehensible. 


A gender that has various layers, created with sky/cloudkin in mind but can be used by anyone. 


Similar to blizzgender, but it encompasses a second gender.

A winteboy might experience both a cold, harsh, and snowy gender, but also being male or have some connection to masculinity, for example: The masculine equivalent to “freezegender”. 


A gender that has a closeness or connection to witchcraft and magic. It is, in a way, a magic gender.

You could use it to perform strange gender magic. Or something. It is also associated with a feminine or androgynous gender expression.  

Xenogender Carrd

Xenogender carrd are various pages with information about what types of Xenogenders exist and what it means to be xenogender, and there are many Xengender carrd pages by different people, and they contain information about this gender identity in different formats.

The main Xenogender Carrd page is an interactive page where you first get a disclaimer about the terms of use or the terms of dealing with Xenogender, and when you agree with the condition you are taken to another page which then gives information about Xenogender, and asks you whether you understand or not.

The Disclaimer on the first page of this Xenogender carrd website is something like this: “please do not harass any of the following people mentioned. this carrd is not to incite harassment but rather to spread understanding of the xenogender community. If we aren’t doing any harm, then please do not attack us. Thank you so much, now let’s carry on.”

Carrd is a type of blogging platform, which is a little bit like tumblr, and one can create a blog or page just about anything, it can be a personal profile, a landing page to capture emails, or something a bit more elaborate, like information about gender identities similar to the Xenogender carrds, and the idea of these pages of simply to provide information in an Aesthetically pleasing way and in a short format so as not to bore the people looking for it.

Carrd pages are simple, responsive, and free, which means that anybody who has information they want to provide, like the Xenogender carrd, can do so.

The Xenogender carrd that is most commonly cited gives the following information abou Xenogenders:

“What’s a xenogender?

“A xenogender is a gender identity outside of the binary (also known as neogenders), usually made by a neurodivergent person (somebody with adhd/autism). neurodivergent people interpret life and society differently. Due to this, they also interpret social constructs such as gender differently. a neurodivergent person may struggle trying to find a term that fits for their gender so they take something of comfort and make a gender identity tied to it! hence a xenogender! most xenogenders are based on objects such as mindsets, plants, animals and other things people may find comfort in!”

After the page with this information, the person can also choose no to the question about whether they understand the information, and if someone chooses to say no, they are given the option to reach out to the creator of the page on twitter at their handle @wormhaze.

The Xenogender Carrd page also specifies some of the xenogenders that are most commonly found, which are given below:

Xenogender and Neopronouns

There is a crossover between Xenogender and neopronouns because xenogender refers to the feeling of relating to a gender that is out of the normative ideas of genders, and neopronouns are ways of referring to people with language outside of the commonly used binary pronouns.

Neopronouns are not new, and they are not a more recent addition to vocabulary, they have been around for years and they were actually first recognized around 1729 or so, when the new pronouns of ou, ha, and a were recorded, and many years after that, the neopronouns of thon/thon/thons/thons/thonself were proposed.

Then in 1970, ze/hir neopronouns were introduced, and this was all before the introduction of xenogenders, but the fact that these pronouns existed means that somewhere in the history of mankind there has always been a concept of xenogenders, and it means that xenogender and neopronouns might actually be quite related to each other.

Neopronouns may be defined as a category of new (neo) pronouns that are increasingly used in place of “she,” “he,” or “they” when referring to a person who does not conform to the same binary genders that exist as a result of the biological sex someone is born with or assigned to at birth, and these other genders may include Xenogenders as well.

Some examples of neopronouns may include: xe/xem/xyr, ze/hir/hirs, and ey/em/eir. Neopronouns can be used by anyone, though most often they are used by transgender, non-binary, and/or gender nonconforming people, like Xenogender.

Are Xenogenders harmful?

No, Xenogenders are not harmful, because they do not exist to strip the legitimacy away from any of the other existing genders, instead, they exist to provide legitimacy to the people who feel that they do not relate to any of the other genders.

Many people consider other genders like xenogender harmful because people tend to be afraid of what they do not understand, which may be because people inherently find that anything new and different is something to be scared of.

The very name Xenogender includes the word Xeno, which means alien or new, and that alone is a concept that most people are afraid of because to not know enough about something means to accept the possibility that this new thing might be harmful.

However, xenogender is not harmful because these are people just like anyone else, and anything a binary person might like, a xenogender might too, the difference is simply that when it comes to their gender, they may not necessarily conform to the same traditions as other people, which is not harmful at all when put like that because it does not hurt the freedom or liberty of anyone else.

People thinking that xenogenders are harmful is something that actually is harmful, because it means that anyone who associates themselves with the concept of being xenogender is at risk for being ostracized, which is a very real thing that happens, and which is why there is a need for more information and more awareness about being xenogender and telling people that it is not something to be scared of and unless the person actually tells you they are xenogender you might not even know that they are.

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In this blog post, we explained what the term of xenogender means, and we also talked about all the types of xenogenders. 

Xenogender is a nonbinary gender identity and umbrella term that defines gender identities which “cannot be contained by human understandings of gender.”

This means that its genders are more or less crafted towards things that are out of relation to humans, like animals, plants, or things. 

In total, there are 76 types of xenogenders.

If you have any questions or comments, please leave them in the comments section below.

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