We consider the contribution of fermion–antifermion condensates to the anomalous magnetic moment of a fermion in a vacuum in which such condensates exist. The real part of the condensate contribution to the anomalous magnetic moment is shown to be zero. A nonzero imaginary part is obtained below the kinematic threshold for intermediate fermion–antifermion pairs. The calculation is shown to be gauge-parameter independent provided a single fermion mass characterizes both the fermion propagator and condensate-sensitive contributions, suggestive of a dynamically generated fermion mass. The nonzero imaginary part is then argued to correspond to the kinematic production of the intermediatestate Goldstone bosons anticipated from a chiral-noninvariant vacuum. Finally, speculations are presented concerning the applicability of these results to quark electromagnetic properties.