For those of you who are often confused about these terms, phrases, words, what ever, Here is a list for you...
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Androsexual/Androphilic: attracted to males, men, and/or masculinity.
Asexual: a person who generally does not experience sexual attraction (or very little) to any group of people.
Bisexual: a person who experiences sexual, romantic, physical, and/or spiritual attraction to people of their own gender as well as another gender; often confused for and used in place of “pansexual”
Closeted: a person who is keeping their sexuality or gender identity a secret from many (or any) people, and has yet to “come out of the closet”
Gay: a term used to describe a man who is attracted to men, but often used and embraced by women to describe their same-sex relationships as well.
Gynesexual/Gynephilic: attracted to females, women, and/or femininity.
Heterosexual: a medical definition for a person who is attracted to someone with the other gender (or, literally, biological sex) than they have; often referred to as “straight”.
Homosexual: a medical definition for a person who is attracted to someone with the same gender (or, literally, biological sex) they have, this is considered an offensive/stigmatizing term by many members of the queer community; often used incorrectly in place of “lesbian” or “gay”
Pansexual: a person who experiences sexual, romantic, physical, and/or spiritual attraction for members of all gender identities/expressions.
Skoliosexual: attracted to genderqueer and transsexual people and expressions (people who aren’t identified as cisgender)
Omnisexual: Sometimes the same as pansexual, sometimes meaning attraction to anyone or anything, human or nonhuman.
Demisexual: A person who is only sexually attracted to people they are romantically attracted to (though they can be romantically attracted to someone without sexual attraction.