Pangender (and Omnigender) is a non-binary gender experience which refers to a wide multiplicity of genders that can (or not) stretch to the infinite (meaning that this experience can go beyond the current knowledge of genders), always within the person's own culture and life experience. This experience can be either simultaneously or over time.
Being pangender does not require that one knows everything about all the established genders nowadays; being pangender can go beyond the known genders.
Pangender can be (at the same time or not): (1) a person who is every gender it’s possible for them to be, (2) a person who is a large number of genders, (3) a person who is all genders within their own culture and life experience, (4) a person who is infinite genders within their own culture and life experience, (5) a person whose gender experience goes beyond the known genders within their own culture and life experience, (6) a person who is binary genders (female and male) + known genders + unknown genders within their own culture and life experience, (7) a person who is polygender and more genders within their own culture and life experience.
Panflux is a gender identity consisting of pangender + genderflux.
Panflux can be: (1) a person who is pangender and genderflux, flowing from pangender to agender/genderless, (2) a person who is pangender and genderless at the same time.
Pangender Pride Day is on June 19.Pangender is not the same as polygender or maxigender. These are different gender identities.
Pangender and panflux pride flags
The proposed pangender and panflux pride flags are based on the agender pride flag. The colors are very bright so that they represent the multiplicity of genders (because the white light, in the electromagnetic spectrum, is a combination of all colors).
The yellow color (#fff798) represents all the genders that are not related to female and male. The light red color (#ffddcd) represents the transition to the genders which are related to female and male. The light violet-pink color (#ffebfb) represents the combination of female and male. The white color represents the blend of all these genders. These flags were proposed by Cari Rez Lobo (January, 2015) at Pangendering.