Sexual and Romantic Orientation Masterpost

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Sexual Orientations

  • Abrosexual: Someone who’s sexual attraction fluctuates.
  • Aegosexual: Someone who feels sexual attraction, but
    does not want to participate in sex. Also known as Autochorissexual.
  • Akoisexual: Someone who can feel sexual attraction, but
    loses sexual attraction when sex is a possibility.
  • Aliquasexual: Someone who only feels sexual attraction under
    certain circumstances.
  • Allosexual: Someone who experiences sexual attraction.
  • Androgynosexual: Someone who feels sexual attraction towards
    androgynous people.
  • Androsexual: Someone who is sexually attracted to
    masculinity, no matter what gender.
  • Apothisexual: Someone who is Asexual and sex-repulsed.
  • Asexual: Someone who does not feel sexual attraction. Also
    known as Ace.
  • Autochorissexual: Someone who feels sexual attraction, but
    does not want to participate in sex. Also known as Aegosexual.
  • Autosexual: Someone who is sexually attracted to themselves.
  • Bambisexual: Someone who enjoys the physical parts of a
    sexual relationship, such as cuddling, hand holding, kissing, etc., but does
    not want a sexual relationship.
  • Bellussexual: Someone who enjoys the affection and aesthetic
    of a sexual relationship, but does not want a sexual relationship.
  • Bisexual: Someone who feels sexual attraction towards two
    genders. Also known as Bi.
  • Burstsexual: Someone who’s sexual attraction fades after the
    initial feeling. Also known as Fraysexual.
  • Ceterosexual: Someone who is sexually attracted to non-binary
    and/or transgender people.
  • Cupiosexual: Someone who does not feel sexual attraction,
    but wants a sexual relationship. Also known as Kalosexual.
  • Demisexual: Someone who feels sexual attraction after having
    developed a platonic relationship.
  • Fraysexual: Someone who’s sexual attraction fades after the
    initial feeling. Also known as Burstsexual.
  • Gray/Greysexual: Someone who only feels sexual attraction
    sometimes, typically at a small level.
  • Heterosexual: Someone who feels sexual attraction to the
    opposite gender. Also known as Straight. (Hetero- meaning different, this is
    the correct definition of this. Popular terminology describes it as attraction
    to the opposite gender)
  • Homosexual: Someone who feels sexual attraction to the same
    gender. Also known as Gay or Lesbian.
  • Iculasexual: Someone who is Asexual but open to having sex.
  • Kalosexual: Someone who does not feel sexual attraction, but
    wants a sexual relationship. Also known as Cupiosexual.
  • Lamvanosexual: Someone who has no desire to perform sexual
    acts, but has desire to receive sexual acts from others. The opposite of
    Placiosexual.
  • Lithsexual: Someone who can feel sexual attraction, but
    doesn’t want sexual attraction reciprocated.
  • Neusexual: Someone who has sexual attraction towards Agender
    people.
  • Nocismasexual: Someone who has sexual attraction to everyone
    but cis men due to oppression or personal trauma.
  • Nomasexual: Someone who is sexually attracted to every
    gender but binary males.
  • Novosexual: Someone who’s sexual attraction changes with
    their gender expression or identity at the time.
  • Nowosexual: Someone who is sexually attracted to every
    gender but binary females.
  • Pansexual: Someone who feels attraction to any gender. Also
    known as Pan.
  • Penultisexual: Someone who is sexually attracted to every
    gender but their own.
  • Placiosexual: Someone who has no desire to receive sexual
    acts, but has desire to perform sexual acts on others. The opposite of
    Lamvanosexual.
  • Polarsexual: Someone who either feels extreme sexual attraction
    or intense repulsion, sometimes fluctuating, sometimes at a standstill.
  • Polysexual: Someone who feels attraction to multiple
    genders, but not all genders.
  • Pomosexual: Someone who does not identify with a known
    sexuality.
  • Proquasexual: Someone who feels sexually attracted to
    femininity when they are feminine.
  • Proquusexual: Someone who feels sexually attracted to
    masculinity when they are masculine.
  • Queer: Someone who is not heterosexual (when used in terms
    of sexuality).
  • Recipsexual: Someone who can only feel sexual attraction
    towards someone after you realize they feel sexual attraction towards you.
  • Requeissexual: Someone who has little or no sexual
    attraction due to emotional exhaustion. May be short or long term.
  • Sanssexual: Someone who feels attraction that randomly
    changes.
  • Thymsexual: Someone who is sexual attraction varies based on
    emotional state.
  • Venusexual: Someone who is sexually attracted to femininity,
    no matter what gender.

Romantic Orientations

  • Amicusromantic: Someone who feels romantic attraction
    towards those who they are platonically attracted to.
  • Amorromantic: Someone who feels romantic attraction, but
    only wants to be in a Queer Platonic Partnership (QPP)
  • Platoniromantic: Someone who is unable to tell the
    difference between platonic and romantic feelings. Also known as Quoiromantic.
  • Quoiromantic: Someone who is unable to tell the difference
    between platonic and romantic feelings. Also known as Platoniromantic.
  • Abroromantic: Someone who’s romantic attraction fluctuates.
  • Aegoromantic: Someone who feels romantic attraction,
    but does not want to participate in romantic actions. Also known as Autochorisromantic.
  • Akoiromantic: Someone who can feel romantic attraction, but
    loses romantic attraction when romantic actions are a possibility.
  • Aliquaromantic: Someone who only feels romantic attraction
    under certain circumstances.
  • Alloromantic: Someone who experiences romantic attraction.
  • Androgynoromantic: Someone who feels romantic attraction
    towards androgynous people.
  • Androromantic: Someone who is romantically attracted to
    masculinity, no matter what gender.
  • Apothiromantic: Someone who is Aromantic and romance-repulsed.
  • Aromantic: Someone who does not feel romantic attraction.
    Also known as Aro.
  • Autochorisromantic: Someone who feels romantic attraction,
    but does not want to participate in romantic actions. Also known as Aegoromantic.
  • Autoromantic: Someone who is romantically attracted to
    themselves.
  • Bellusromantic: Someone who enjoys the affection and
    aesthetic of a romantic relationship, but does not want a romantic
    relationship.
  • Biromantic: Someone who feels romantic attraction towards
    two genders. Also known as Bi.
  • Burstromantic: Someone who’s romantic attraction fades after
    the initial feeling. Also known as Frayromantic.
  • Ceteroromantic: Someone who is romantically attracted to
    non-binary and/or transgender people.
  • Cupioromantic: Someone who does not feel romantic
    attraction, but wants a romantic relationship. Also known as Kaloromantic.
  • Demiromantic: Someone who feels romantic attraction after
    having developed a platonic relationship.
  • Frayromantic: Someone who’s romantic attraction fades after
    the initial feeling. Also known as Burstromantic.
  • Gray/Greyromantic: Someone who only feels romantic
    attraction sometimes, typically at a small level.
  • Heteroromantic: Someone who feels romantic attraction to a gender
    other than their own. Also known as Straight. (Hetero- meaning different, this
    is the correct definition of this. Popular terminology describes it as
    attraction to the opposite gender)
  • Homoromantic: Someone who feels romantic attraction to the
    same gender. Also known as Gay or Lesbian.
  • Icularomantic: Someone who is Aromantic but open to having
    romantic relationships.
  • Kaloromantic: Someone who does not feel romantic attraction,
    but wants a romantic relationship. Also known as Cupioromantic.
  • Lamvanoromantic: Someone who has no desire to perform romantic
    acts, but has desire to receive romantic acts from others. The opposite of
    Placioromantic.
  • Lithromantic: Someone who can feel romantic attraction, but
    doesn’t want romantic attraction reciprocated.
  • Neuromantic: Someone who has romantic attraction towards Agender
    people.
  • Nocismaromantic: Someone who has romantic attraction to
    everyone but cis men due to oppression or personal trauma.
  • Nomaromantic: Someone who is romantically attracted to every
    gender but binary males.
  • Novoromantic: Someone who’s romantic attraction changes with
    their gender expression or identity at the time.
  • Noworomantic: Someone who is romantically attracted to every
    gender but binary females.
  • Panromantic: Someone who feels romantic attraction to any
    gender. Also known as Pan.
  • Penultiromantic: Someone who is romantically attracted to
    every gender but their own.
  • Placioromantic: Someone who has no desire to receive romantic
    acts, but has desire to perform romantic acts on others. The opposite of
    Lamvanoromantic.
  • Polarromantic: Someone who either feels extreme romantic attraction
    or intense repulsion, sometimes fluctuating, sometimes at a standstill.
  • Polyromantic: Someone who feels attraction to multiple
    genders, but not all genders.
  • Pomoromantic: Someone who does not identify with a known romantic
    orientation.
  • Proquaromantic: Someone who feels romantically attracted to
    femininity when they are feminine.
  • Proquuromantic: Someone who feels romantically attracted to
    masculinity when they are masculine.
  • Queer: Someone who is not heteroromantic (when used in terms
    of romantic orientation).
  • Recipromantic: Someone who can only feel romantic attraction
    towards someone after you realize they feel romantic attraction towards you.
  • Requeisromantic: Someone who has little or no romantic
    attraction due to emotional exhaustion. May be short or long term.
  • Sansromantic: Someone who feels attraction that randomly
    changes.
  • Thymromantic: Someone who is romantic attraction varies
    based on emotional state.
  • Venuromantic: Someone who is romantically
    attracted to femininity, no matter what gender.

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