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This page is about a gender identity that is not widely used among gender-variant people. This does not mean that the identity is not valid, but that very few people are known to use this term. This tag is to remain until there is verification by one of our staff team that said gender is more prevalent.

Paragender pride flag.

Paragender is the feeling very near one gender and partially something else which keeps you from feeling fully that gender. Similar in definition to perigender and offgender. Paragender people are in the range of feeling 51-99% of a connection to another gender.

The majority gender that is included in paragender may include any binary or non-binary gender. This is the same with the partial gender also included, but is most often recounted as agender.

The term that describes someone who is mostly agender but partially another gender or genders is called libragender, which is a similar experience as paragender.

Paraboy pride flag.

Paraboy, also labeled as Paramale,Paraguy or Paramasculine, is the masculine subset of paragender. Paraboy people identify mostly but not entirely as a boy or man. The masculine portion takes up 51-99% or anywhere above 50% of their gender but anywhere below 50% is some other gender. The minority gender could be any gender or combinations of genders, but the most commonly reported would be agender. Paraboy is similar to demiboy, but it is more specified in which the masculine or male parts of their gender outweighs the other gender(s).

Paragirl pride flag.

Paragirl also labeled as Parafeminine or Parafemale is the feminine subset of paragender. Parafeminine people identify mostly as a girl, woman, or an otherwise feminine gender, but not entirely. The feminine part makes up 51-99% of their gender whilst the other below 50% can be any other gender or a combination, but the most commonly reported is agender. Paragirl is similar to demigirl, but it is a specification due to the fact that with paragirl the girl or feminine part outweights the other part(s) of the gender.