Gray-asexual: A person who is gray-asexual very rarely experiences sexual attraction to any gender. Sexuality and romantic orientation are different! A person can be romantically attracted to people, yet rarely feel sexual attraction for them (and vice versa). [follow this link to find a short video and analysis discussing asexuality and challenging the myth that all humans are sexual beings: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2013/01/what-is-asexuality.html]
Polysexual: A person who is polysexual is attracted to more than two genders but not all genders. A polysexual person could, for instance, be attracted to people of all genders except for boys. [follow this link to find a bundle of videos related to the sociological study of sexuality: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/category/sexsexuality426c2cb9b6/1.html]
das Mädchen mit der Hand -> gezeichnet mit einem Mal/Fluch/Aufgabe, war Leibeigene, gefangen, seit Geburt, kann erlöst werden? oder durch Handauflegung geheilt und das als einziges Mal zurück? deshalb ärgerlich?
Questioning: Questioning your sexual sexual or gender identity is a completely normal and acceptable part of life. Never feel pressured to put a label on yourself or come out if you do not feel ready to do so. Sexuality and gender can be fluid and it's always okay to change your mind! Know that there are others around you that will love and support you no matter what. [click on this image to find a bundle of videos related to the sociological study of sexuality]
Previous Pinner said:NO MATTER WHO YOU ARE WE ARE ALLLLLLLL HUMAN WITH THE RIGHT TO LIVE AS WE CHOOSE! (Mena =) Eugenia123345: They should've of put experiences sexual attraction to two genders instead of the experiences sexual atrraction to same and other genders for the bisexual defintion.
Sexual attraction or the lack of it doesn't indicate whether or not a person's body can be sexually active. Some asexuals may enjoy the act of sex and the sensations or the particular sort of intimacy it initiates and not be sexually attracted to their partner(s).
The A in the LGBTQA+ acronym does not stand for Ally because Ally does not correspond to a sexual/romantic/gender orientation. By insisting that A stands for Ally, you are erasing and ignoring asexuals and aromantics. Ally has no place in the queer acronym.