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Sexual Attraction v2 by Nelde Sexual Attraction v2 by Nelde
This is version 2 of my attempt at visualizing sexual attraction.
This time, I tried a different approach, focusing more on the individual rather than the labels.

I created a poll asking everyone to check what they are. You'll find it here: [link]

A Male: anyone who identifies himself as a Man.
B Genderqueer: anyone who identifies
as both Man and Woman, as neither,
or as completly outside the gender binary.
C Female: anyone who identifies herself as a Woman.
1 attracted to A, Androsexual
2 attracted to C, Gynesexual
3 attracted to B, Skoliosexual
4 attracted to A and C, Bisexual
5 attracted to A and B, Andro-Skoliosexual
6 attracted to B and C, Gyne-Skoliosexual
7 attracted to A, B and C, Pansexual
8 attracted to none, Asexual

You can still have a look at version 1 here:

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javagirl98 Featured By Owner Edited 6 days ago
Oh god this is the most clear and helpful chart I have ever seen on the subject.

I'm still not even sure what I am. I've narrowed it down to female or genderqueer, and bisexual or pansexual.

Is it normal to not know what I am?
Nelde Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Professional General Artist
Yeah, sure. Sexuality isn't set in stone and doesn't always have to be defined.
IttyBittyGlitch Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
A3. I feel kind of lonely since no one else in this comment section are skoliosexuals :3
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Gothic-Bunny-13 Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
What's a Skoliosexual?
ColorfulWonders Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2014  Student General Artist
somebody who's sexually attracted to (only) non-binary genders
Gothic-Bunny-13 Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
NoctAqua Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2013
Interesting ! I've always referred to my gender assignated at birth to determinate my sexual and romantic orientation (hetero/bisexual/infactabitconfused) but I really like the idea of referring to the identity of the attracting gender though, makes much more sense ! Especially if you're not sure about your own identity. I would even say gynesexual and androsexual could be used as well by people in the binary. It would be easier to understand everyone this way I think !
I have seen the words "androphile" and "gynephile" also, but maybe they could be used to signify both sexual and romantic attraction since the -sexual and -romantic words already exist.
So many possibilities to explore, what a time to be alive ! This period will be known as the Gender, Sexual and Romantic Exploration era I'm sure !
GutsyFrog Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2013
this is why i'd never want to be a part of ~queer culture~ despite being a guy who finds guys attractive sometimes

too much identity-wank bordering on self parody
Nelde Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2013  Professional General Artist
But you are a part of it :P
Well, for some this "identity-wank" is actually helpful but I understand if you don't need it.
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