Reminder that the only* current use-case for any lore: tag as pure identity-definition is trans_man_(lore) and trans_woman_(lore) being applicable without requiring physical signifiers, and that's notably only for the context of binary transgender identities. Every other lore tag the administration has approved at this time is for tagging in-universe physically-factual information that is merely not visually apparent.
andromorph_(lore) is exclusively for in-universe-naturally-male-bodied-with-female-genitalia depictions of characters in which TWYS rule requires application of a contradictory tag. This inherently excludes any character state other than in-universe-naturally-male-bodied-with-female-genitalia depictions, and when combined with the TWYS tag it is theoretically possible to filter out the TWYS-mistagged-as-andromorph posts provided that those also have their relevant lore tag applied.
Screaming for an additional non-trans identity-based tag for something that effectively already exists is not likely to go places, as I doubt site administration is interested in dividing a functional tag definition into distinct one-or-the-other tags, and if either andromorph or andromorph_(lore) was still a requirement for every proposed cuntboy_(lore) post then it's a redundant tag.
I predict the furthest any non-binary lore tags will go is a simple nonbinary_(lore) for characters who explicitly identify as not-locked-to-their-birth-sex but without a specific male/female identity in place of that.
But this post isn't going to do anything for anyone anyway.
*Actually, it looks like nonbinary_(lore) has been implemented already, it just hasn't been placed in the lore category for some reason. (So that the wiki can be figured out before it locks to admin-only?)