Agender vs Neutrois - The Genderless Identities
Agender & Neutrois
What does it mean to be Agender or Neutrois?
Agender and Neutrois are both genderless identities under the non-binary umbrella. The main difference between them is whether or not one experiences gender dysphoria.
Agender individuals identify as genderless and can usually live without gender dysphoria.
Meaning Behind the Agender Flag Colors
Black & White represents the absence of any gender.
Grey represents semi-genderlessness.
Green stripe represents non-binary genders as it is an invert of purple.
Neutrois individuals experience gender dysphoria as they are not comfortable in their male or female physical bodies. Neutrois people feel the need to make their bodies genderless.
Both Agender and Neutrois people can use whatever pronouns they are most comfortable with, so it is important to ask!
Meaning Behind the Neutrois Flag Colors
White represents neutral, unidentified, or questioning gender.
Dark green as the inverse color of purple (mix of male and female), is representative of not having a gender.
Black is representative of agender or genderless.