Gender Wiki

This page is a template to help users edit and create new gender pages. Because this page serves a a guidance, it is protected from non-administrator edits. Let us know in the comments if there is anything we can improve!

Usage Guide

  • This page uses the date "February 30th, 2050" to represent the date an event took place.
  • This page uses the username 'ExampleUser' to represent a username.
  • Text written between parentheses indicates an information insert/formatting directions; don't include them when actually making/editing a page.

For additional information, please read our editing guide.

Other templates:

(use this template for terms that have only one flag)

Examplegender is a gender identity in which one's gender is (insert gender description).

Common Definitions

Here, you can put quotes of how this term is commonly defined. You can quote from coining posts, blog posts, users of the term, etc. The quotes must depict a correct definition of the term (it doesn't have to be exact, but it should at least be somewhat along the lines of the definition). Some terms may have the coining post as the only quote, which is perfectly fine. To add quotes, insert the "Quote" template. In the first field, add the quote. In the second field, insert the name of the user who said the quote. In the third field, insert the year the quote was from. Example:

Examplegender is a template page on the Gender Wiki, and it's page does not document an actual gender.

–ExampleUser, 2050[2]

Subsets

Subsets of examplegender include:

  • subset 1
  • subset 2
  • subset 3

(You do not need to list all the subsets as some genders may have too many to list. You should list 10 or less.)

Symbol

The examplegender symbol was created by on February 30th, 2050, by ExampleUser.[1]


References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 link to coining post/where you got the information from
  2. Link to where you got the quote from

See Also

  • Related identity 1
  • Related identity 2
  • Related pronouns blog post (if one exists)

(use this template for terms that have more than one flag)

Examplegender is a gender identity in which one's gender is (insert gender description).


Common Definitions

Here, you can put quotes of how this term is commonly defined. You can quote from coining posts, blog posts, users of this term, etc. The quotes must depict a correct definition of the term (It doesn't have to be exact, but it should at least be somewhat along the lines of the definition), and you cannot quote yourself (unless you coined the term or made a post about it outside of the wiki). Some more obscure terms may just have the coining post as the only quote, which is perfectly fine. To add quotes, insert the "quote" template. In the first field, put the quote. Make sure it is the exact text used in the post you are quoting. In the second field, insert the name of the user who said the quote. In the third field, insert the year the quote was made. Example:

Examplegender is a template page on the Gender Wiki, it is not a real gender.

–ExampleUser, 2050[2]

Subsets

Subsets of examplegender include:

  • subset 1
  • subset 2
  • subset 3

(You do not need to list all the subsets as some genders may have too many to list. You should list 10 or less.)

Gallery

Symbol

The examplegender symbol was created by on February 30th, 2050, by ExampleUser.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 link to coining post/where you got the information from
  2. Link to where you got the quote from

See Also

  • Related identity 1
  • Related identity 2
  • Related pronouns blog post (if one exists)

(use this template for terms that have two or more different definitions)

Examplegender is a gender identity with two definitions:

  1. (Definition 1 here)
  2. (Definition 2 here)

Common Definitions

Here, you can put quotes of how this term is commonly defined. You can quote from coining posts, blog posts, users of this term, etc. The quotes must depict a correct definition of the term (It doesn't have to be exact, but it should at least be somewhat along the lines of the definition), and you cannot quote yourself (unless you coined the term or made a post about it outside of the wiki). Some more obscure terms may just have the coining post as the only quote, which is perfectly fine. To add quotes, insert the "quote" template. In the first field, put the quote. Make sure it is the exact text used in the post you are quoting. In the second field, insert the name of the user who said the quote. In the third field, insert the year the quote was made. Example:

Examplegender is a template page on the Gender Wiki, it is not a real gender.

–ExampleUser, 2050[2]

Subsets

Subsets of examplegender include:

  • subset 1
  • subset 2
  • subset 3

(You do not need to list all the subsets as some genders may have too many to list. You should list 10 or less.)

Symbol

The Examplegender System symbol was created by on February 30th, 2050, by ExampleUser.[1]


References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 link to coining post/where you got the information from
  2. Link to where you got the quote from

See Also

  • Related identity 1
  • Related identity 2
  • Related pronouns blog post (if one exists)