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'''Gray-romantic''' (also known as '''Grey-romantic''',''' Gray-aromantic/Grey-aromantic''',''' '''or '''Grayro/Greyro''') is a [[romantic orientation]] on the [[aromantic spectrum]].
 
'''Gray-romantic''' (also known as '''Grey-romantic''',''' Gray-aromantic/Grey-aromantic''',''' '''or '''Grayro/Greyro''') is a [[romantic orientation]] on the [[aromantic spectrum]].
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On the aromantic flag, the two green stripes symbolize the aromantic spectrum, including gray-romanticism.
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On the aromantic community flag, the two green stripes symbolize the aromantic spectrum, including gray-romanticism.<ref>[https://cameronwhimsy.tumblr.com/post/102698477928/whoops-yeah-i-just-realised-i-never-actually-made Aromantic Flag]</ref>
   
 
Gray-romantic experiences may include:
 
Gray-romantic experiences may include:

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Gray-romantic (also known as Grey-romantic, Gray-aromantic/Grey-aromantic, or Grayro/Greyro) is a romantic orientation on the aromantic spectrum.

On the aromantic community flag, the two green stripes symbolize the aromantic spectrum, including gray-romanticism.[1]

Gray-romantic experiences may include:

  • Feeling "between" aromantic and not
  • Identifying with some elements of aromanticism or the aromantic spectrum, without identifying as solely aromantic
  • Only infrequently or rarely experiencing romantic attraction
  • Feeling unsure about how to identify romantic attraction or how to draw the line between romantic and nonromantic, and consequently feeling unsure about having experienced it or not
  • Experience romantic attraction without the desire to act on it[2]
  • Experiencing attraction that is only ambiguously romantic [3]

Like anyone else, gray-romantic people can be romance-indifferent, romance-repulsed, or romance-favorable and may identify with any sexual orientation.

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