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(I changed the part about bi-romantic being used by just the asexual community since it is not used exclusively by the asexual community. I also added the word 'romantic' to specify what kind of attraction this is.)
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'''Bi-romantic''' is a term used to describe romantic attraction to more than one gender, although there may or may not be sexual attraction to one or more of the genders the bi-romantic person is romantically attracted to.
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'''Bi-romantic''' is a term used to describe romantic attraction to more than one gender.
   
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Bi-romantics aren’t necessarily sexually attracted to the genders that they’re romantically attracted to. A person can be bi-romantic but asexual, bisexual, heterosexual, homosexual, or pansexual.
'''Hetero-romantic''' refers to romantic attraction to the opposite gender, and '''homo-romantic''' to one's own gender. '''A-romantic''' would refer to a person with no romantic attraction, but still potentially sexual attraction.
 
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'''Hetero-romantic''' refers to romantic attraction to only the opposite gender. '''Homo-romantic''' refers to romantic attraction to only the same gender. '''A-romantic''' is the absence of romantic attraction.
   
 
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Revision as of 13:44, 11 February 2021

Bi-romantic is a term used to describe romantic attraction to more than one gender.

Bi-romantics aren’t necessarily sexually attracted to the genders that they’re romantically attracted to. A person can be bi-romantic but asexual, bisexual, heterosexual, homosexual, or pansexual.

Hetero-romantic refers to romantic attraction to only the opposite gender. Homo-romantic refers to romantic attraction to only the same gender. A-romantic is the absence of romantic attraction.