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An orientation in which one can feel a romantic attraction towards others and also enjoy romantic relationships in theory, but not needing that affection to be reciprocated or be in a relationship with the one the feelings are directed towards. Either that, or they may stop feeling the attraction once in a relationship or stop enjoying it.
 
An orientation in which one can feel a romantic attraction towards others and also enjoy romantic relationships in theory, but not needing that affection to be reciprocated or be in a relationship with the one the feelings are directed towards. Either that, or they may stop feeling the attraction once in a relationship or stop enjoying it.
   
Due to controversy of appropriating lesbian culture<ref>http://thejasmineelf.tumblr.com/post/85772604124/the-lithromantic-blog-has-a-post-about-how-the-mods</ref>, the term has been reclined<ref>http://cisphobeofficial.tumblr.com/post/86261164354/is-it-akoisexual-romantic-or-akoinesexual-romantic-i</ref> to be akoiromantic. (akoisexual if the latter term).
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Due to controversy of appropriating lesbian culture<ref>http://thejasmineelf.tumblr.com/post/85772604124/the-lithromantic-blog-has-a-post-about-how-the-mods</ref>, the term has been reclined<ref>http://cisphobeofficial.tumblr.com/post/86261164354/is-it-akoisexual-romantic-or-akoinesexual-romantic-i</ref> to be akoi(ne)romantic (and as well as apromantic).
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The sexual counterparts to lithromantic are "lithsexual", "akoi(ne)sexual" and "apsexual".
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 20:37, 9 April 2015

Proposed akoisexual/romantic flag by Kye[1]

An orientation in which one can feel a romantic attraction towards others and also enjoy romantic relationships in theory, but not needing that affection to be reciprocated or be in a relationship with the one the feelings are directed towards. Either that, or they may stop feeling the attraction once in a relationship or stop enjoying it.

Due to controversy of appropriating lesbian culture[2], the term has been reclined[3] to be akoi(ne)romantic (and as well as apromantic).

The sexual counterparts to lithromantic are "lithsexual", "akoi(ne)sexual" and "apsexual".

References