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LGBTQ* Terms, Definitions and Asexual Identification(s)
(taken from Aven wiki — Please note, I am NOT affiliated with AVEN nor do I agree with each definition presented. This is strictly for insight as to what some people use as personal definition or adjectives to describe themselves. -Rebecca)
Romantic relationships and identity
Asexuals, while lacking in sexual desire for any gender, may engage in purely emotional romantic relationships. Terms concerning this are:
aromantic: lack of romantic attraction towards anyone
biromantic: romantic attraction towards person(s) of two different genders – the romantic aspect of bisexuality
heteroromantic: romantic attraction towards person(s) of a different gender – the romantic aspect of heterosexuality
homoromantic: romantic attraction towards person(s) of the same gender – the romantic aspect of homosexuality
panromantic (also omniromantic): romantic attraction towards person(s) of any gender or lack of gender, including persons of nonbinary gender – the romantic aspect of pansexuality
polyromantic: romantic attraction towards more than one person at any given time (the term does not express the gender of these persons) – the romantic aspect of polysexuality
demiromantic: romantic attraction after developing an emotional connection beforehand (the term does not express the gender of these persons)

LGBTQ* Terms, Definitions and Asexual Identification(s)

(taken from Aven wiki — Please note, I am NOT affiliated with AVEN nor do I agree with each definition presented. This is strictly for insight as to what some people use as personal definition or adjectives to describe themselves. -Rebecca)

Romantic relationships and identity

Asexuals, while lacking in sexual desire for any gender, may engage in purely emotional romantic relationships. Terms concerning this are:

aromantic: lack of romantic attraction towards anyone

biromantic: romantic attraction towards person(s) of two different genders – the romantic aspect of bisexuality

heteroromantic: romantic attraction towards person(s) of a different gender – the romantic aspect of heterosexuality

homoromantic: romantic attraction towards person(s) of the same gender – the romantic aspect of homosexuality

panromantic (also omniromantic): romantic attraction towards person(s) of any gender or lack of gender, including persons of nonbinary gender – the romantic aspect of pansexuality

polyromantic: romantic attraction towards more than one person at any given time (the term does not express the gender of these persons) – the romantic aspect of polysexuality

demiromantic: romantic attraction after developing an emotional connection beforehand (the term does not express the gender of these persons)