IV. Romantic and Affectional Orientation

Romantic orientation also called affectional orientation. Romantic Orientation indicates the sex or gender with which a person is most likely to have a romantic relationship or fall in love.

In Alphabetical Order

Aromantic or Non-romantic: when an individual rarely experiences romantic and/or emotional attraction to other individuals, but still experiences sexual attraction.

Aromantic-Flag

Aromantic Flag 

Bi-romantic: Romantically attracted to more than one sex or gender.

Ceteroromantic: Someone who experiences romantic feelings only to non-binary people.

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Ceteromantic Flag

The Ceteromantic Flag 

Demiromantic: Only experience romantic attraction only after a strong emotional bond has been established.

Greyromantic: Only occasionally experiences romantic attraction.

Heteroromantic: Romantically attracted to a different sex or gender.

Homoromantic: Romantically attracted to the same sex, and/or gender.

Panromantic: Romantically attracted to people regardless of sex, and/or gender.

This many not be a complete list. If you would like me to add something, or if you have a comment, please feel free to e-mail me: Mx. Anunnaki Ray: anunnakiray@outlook.com


LGBTQIA+ Definitions with Flags and Human Sexuality

Ten Categories:

I. Biological Sexs and Sex Characteristics

II. Gender Identity

III. Sexual Orientation

IV. Romantic and Affectional Orientation

V. Gender Expression Words

VI. Different Types of Attraction

VII. Labels Considered Offensive

VIII. Kink and Fetish Culture

IX. Other Words Used

X. All the Gender Symbols

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