Gender Wiki

Below is a comprehensive list of categories here on the wiki and what they include. This page was created so editors have easy access to a list of every category here on the wiki, to make adding categories to pages easier.

Please do not create new categories by yourself; if you have an idea for a category that is not on the list, please message wiki admin HelenDaMelon on their message wall to see if it should be created.

There are two ways to add a page to a category:

  1. Scroll to the bottom of the page, just above the comment section. There should be a dropdown tab that says Categories. Click the dropdown. A list of the page's categories should appear. On the right of the list, there should be a square button that says Add Category. Click this button. Type the category name and press the Enter key. The category will not save if you do not press the enter key. After adding the desired categories, click the Save button at the bottom right. This article is now in the categories that you added. . . . .
  2. If the previous method isn't available for what ever reason, this second method will work. Scroll up to the top of the page you wish to add to a category. At the top right, across from the page's name, click the three dots. A dropdown menu should appear. Select the first option, Edit Source. This will take you to the source editing page. Scroll all the way to the bottom of the source editing page. Make an indent for your category using the Enter key. Type the name of the category in this format: [[Category:Category Name]] For example, to add the category "Xenogender" to a page, you would type [[Category:Xenogender]]. Indent each new category; each category should be on its own line. Click Save in the bottom right corner. This article is now in the categories you added.

The categories below are specifically made to be added to genders, and are mainly umbrella terms.

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  • (color)crystalix - Lists genders that are subsets of (color)crystalix.
  • -Aesic - Lists genders related to specific aesthetics and use the -aesic suffix.
  • -Albumic - Lists genders related to specific music albums and use the -albumic suffix.
  • -Charic - Lists genders related to specific characters and use the -charic suffix.
  • -Corian - Lists genders related to -core aesthetics that wouldn't fit -coric and use the -corian suffix.
  • -Coric - Lists genders that are related to aesthetics ending in -core and use the -coric suffix.
  • -Flagic - Lists genders that are related to specific flags and use the -flagic suffix.
  • -Glitric - Lists genders that are related to specific colors of glitter and use the -glitric suffix.
  • -Lexic - Lists genders that are related to specific words and use the -lexic suffix.
  • -Phraseic - Lists genders that are related to specific phrases and use the -phraseic/-phrasic suffix.
  • -Quoteic - Lists genders that are related to specific quotes and use the -quoteic/-quotic suffix.
  • -Songic - Lists genders that are related to specific songs and use the -songic suffix.
  • -Thing - Lists genders that are related to being a thing in some way and use the -thing suffix.
  • -Tint - Lists genders where one has an overall feeling, or a tint, to their gender and uses the -tint suffix.
  • -Tix - Lists genders that are affected by neurodivergency and another concept that use the -tix suffix.
  • -Univasic - Lists genders that are related to loving a specific person and use the suffix -univasic.

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  • Bigender ~ Lists genders in which one has two different genders.
  • Biogender ~ Lists all genders that are connected to nature.
  • Bipolargender ~ Lists all subsets of bipolargender.
  • Boy ~ For all genders related to the binary gender male, also known as a boy, in some way.

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  • Key Concepts ~ Lists concepts that are important to the understanding of gender.

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The categories below are for special categories that are not related to gender, but are equally important.

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  • Blog Posts ~ All blog posts made should be here.
  • Browse ~ The 'root' category, every category is a subcategory of this one, though not always directly.

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  • Disambiguations ~ Lists pages that help disambiguate, meaning clarify, something's meaning.
  • Discrimination ~ Lists articles that include topics of discrimination against the LGBTQ+ community.

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  • Female Users ~ Lists wiki users who identify as female.
  • Flags ~ Lists files that are images of flags representing an identity.
  • Forums ~ Lists articles related to forums.

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  • Help ~ Lists pages in which you can find help for certain topics.
  • Help Desk ~ Lists pages related to the Helpdesk.

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  • Key Concepts ~ Lists concepts that are important to the understanding of gender.

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  • Language ~ Lists pages that discuss the use of language in relation to gender.

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  • Male Users ~ Lists wiki users who identify as male.

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  • Organization ~ The area of the about the wiki's organization, administration, and maintenance.

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  • Videos ~ Lists videos that have been uploaded to the wiki.

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The categories below are all mainly for staff use and will not be important to a general wiki user.

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  • Unused Files ~ Lists files that aren't on any pages, but haven't been deleted yet.