Lgbtqia, but a little more inclusive. Coined by a trans minor in the early 2010s, it was meant to be over all more usable for those with lesser known identities. It’s been slandered and called harmless but really, it’s for those who are uncomfortable with other acronyms or are usually disregarded from lgbtqia spaces (aro/ace spec people, non-binary people, etc). Transphobes spread rumors about it, but they are false and scare tactics.
Person: “I’m mogai.”

Other person: “neat
Marginalized Orientations, Gender identities, And Intersex. it’s meant to be an all inclusive umbrella term for asexuals, homosexuals, multisexuals, trans people, and intersex people. Alternative to LGBTQIAP+
Alternative to MOGII, easier to pronounce.
The MOGAI community in my city is very friendly.
by sebasty September 4, 2014