All Mogai Sexualities

This section is a word-for-word rip from the MOGAI wiki.

Disclaimer
Not everyone agrees with this definition of sexual attraction

Sexual Attraction

Sexual attraction is an emotional response sexual people feel where they find someone sexually appealing, and often results in a desire for sexual contact with the person. Sexual attraction can be experienced towards any person and any gender, or even any thing/concept. Sexual attraction can be based upon many qualities of a person. Physical qualities can include, but are not limited to; appearance, movement, smell and clothing. The effect to which a person is successful at drawing sexual attraction based upon physical traits is known as sex appeal. Physical qualities that result in a sexual or erotic response affect a person’s Primary sexual attraction. Qualities that are not instantly available such as psychology, individual genetic and cultural influence can also lead to sexual attraction. Secondary sexual attraction is an attraction that develops over time based on the relationship and emotional connection with another person. There is currently no single accepted definition of sexual attraction. A common definition of sexual attraction is that it is defined as a directed libido.

Different combinations of sexual attraction result in different classifications such as heterosexual attraction (sexual attraction to a person of a different gender), homosexual attraction (sexual attraction to a person of the same gender) and bisexual/pansexual attraction (sexual attraction to two or more genders). Those that lack sexual attraction are asexual. Sometimes asexuals will desire sexual contact for other reasons other than attraction. Such reasons include making a sexual partner happy, to satisfy a curiosity, to have a child, or to prove to themselves or others that they are ‘’normal’’. It therefore becomes difficult to define sexual attraction exactly, as it is not considered by many asexuals to be the same as desire. It is commonly held that sexual attraction involves a desire for the sexual act itself, rather than its social consequences. Some models of asexuality make distinctions between different kinds of sexual desire and allow for asexuals to feel some varieties, while some do not.

Sexual attraction is often experienced alongside other forms of attraction—such as romantic, aesthetic, or attraction—or an emotional connection. However, sexual attraction can be independent of other attractions or emotional connections, which results in only desiring sex. There are different models and methods to approaching sexual attraction. It should be noted that sexual attraction is not the same as a sex drive, although in sexuals the two often go together. When asexuals experience a physical desire for sex (a libido), it is not connected to attraction or desire to another person, and thus can be satisfied without a partner. Some asexuals identify with autochorissexuality, which is a disconnection between oneself and the object/ target of one's arousal. Autochorissexuality describes a lack of emotional desire to participate in sexual activities, and is not a sexual identity, but a label/trait.1
See Also
Romantic Attraction
Split Attraction Model
Tertiary Attraction
Attraction Types


List of All MOGAI Sexualities

Alexandritic

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Alexandritic (mlm, wlm, mlnb, wlnb) is a term within the Juvelic System of Sexuality "describes someone who is mlm, wlm, mlnb, and wlnb."1

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History of the term

Alexandritic was coined on July 6, 2018 by anonymous via tumblr user saturnic-vapour. The flag was created on that date by anonymous via tumblr user saturnic-vapour.2

Aliussexual

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The flags are a combination of the ficto- and kin- flags, with the middle stripe changing colour depending on which type of attraction it represents.

Aliussexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is a kinsexuality defined as "An orientation for fictionkin, for those who experience attraction towards fictional characters from their source, exclusively or not. This does not mean attraction to people who have a kintype from the same source, rather the character themself.
A subtype of fictosexual.
From alius, meaning ‘other’ in Latin."1

History of the term

Aliussexual was coined on May 1, 2018 by xeno-aligned.2 The flags were created at the same time.3

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I’m Bellatrix Lesteange-kin,
and I’m in love with Voldemort
fuck off you Voldykin posers,
you muggles fall far short.

I love only the Dark Lord,
no substitute can compare,
you losers all have noses,
and you also all have hair.

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Allodasexual

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Allodasexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is a kinsexuality defined as "the sexual/romantic attraction to otherkin or otherwise non-human identifying Homo sapiens. (You can put any prefix over it, such as homoallodasexual, or pan/bi/demi/etc. You can put any prefix over it really, to fit where you lie on this spectrum.)
note: meant for those who identify as non-human"1

History of the term

Allodasexual was coined on or before December 22, 20142 by anonymous via MOGAI-Archive.3 The flag was created on December 25, 2016 by tumblr blog beyond-MOGAI-Pride-Flags.4

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We’re into Homo sapiens
who identify as erectus;
we’re allodasexual–
there’s no need to disrespect us!

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Altsexual

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Altsexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is a neurosexuality defined as "When your orientation fluctuates because of your Alters orientations: ie when your polysexual with a preference for feminine people but a lot of your Alters like men and are influencing you to like men more. For DID/OSDD/DDNOS Systems."1

History of the term

Altsexual was coined on July 9, 20152 by tumblr user theinsidesystem. The flags were created at the same time.3

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I honestly have DID,
I checked on WebMD,
and my alters’ sexualities
influence my own ID.

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Amantesexual

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Amantesexual is an esmosexuality defined as defined as "only feeling sexual attraction towards someone youre in love with/not feeling sexual attraction until youre in love with someone.
“Amante” being a combo of “am” meaning “love” and “ante” meaning “before”."1

History of the term

Amantesexual was coined on May 9, 2018 by tumblr user cattodaddo. The flag was made at the same time.2

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I fall in love at first sight,
and then I want to fuck,
unlike all those straights–
their lives must really suck.

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Amatosexual

Amatosexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is an esmosexuality defined as "if [you] got a crush on only [the opposite sex], [you] would identify as straight at the time. or if [you] had a crush on more than one person with different identities [you] could be bi or any other one, etc."1

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History of the term

Amatosexual was coined on January 25, 2019 by anonymous via Beyond-MOGAI-Pride-Flags. There is no known flag, though one was mentioned in the coining post.2

Ambagosexual

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Ambagosexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is a neurosexuality defined as "a term describing the experience of not knowing or understanding your sexuality, or being unable to describe your sexuality due to fatigue, dissociation, brain fog, or emotional exhaustion."1
See also: Nebbiagender

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History of the term

Ambagosexual was coined on September 9, 2019 by tumblr users queerasexualspectrum and maxwellsaystransrights. The flag was created at the same time.2

Amicuspotenwomaromantic

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Amicuspotenwomaromantic is a miscellaneous MOGAI sexuality and a compound MOGAI identity comprised of:

  • "Amicus-: A subset of demi- where one only develops a type of attraction to those they are friends with.
  • Poten-: From the word ‘potential’, attraction only felt to those who could potentially be attracted back by definition of their orientation.
  • Woma/woman-: Attraction to women or feminine-identifying people (an alternative term to gyne-/gyno-)."1

History of the term

Amicuspotenwomaromantic was coined on or before June 29, 2018 by anonymous via tumblr user just-a-mogai-blog. The flag was created by just-a-mogai-blog at the same time.2

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I consider orientation choice
a virtue-signaling stunt—
I can’t pronounce my label,
so I just kinda grunt.

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Amicussexual

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Flag color meanings: Colors traditionally associated with friendship, and the green represents lack of romance needed/wanted for sexual attraction.

Amicussexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is a miscellaneous MOGAI sexuality defined as " subset of demi- where one only develops a type of attraction to those they are friends with.
The difference between Amicus- and Demi-
“Amicus- is specifically for platonic relationships/friendships. Demi- applies to any sort of bond or long-term interaction. [the coiner has] heard of demi- people start experiencing attraction just by being in someone’s presence repeatedly for extended periods of time, like a classmate or workmate situation, or have a relationship with someone because they anticipate the attraction coming and they don’t mind non-attracted interactions (like a cupio- type situation)."1

History of the term

Amicussexual was coined on or before August 23, 2015 by tumblr user pastelmemer. The flag was created by pastelmemer and posted on that that date by Pride-Flags on Deviantart.2

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I love you like my own father
but don’t let that turn you off–
last time I saw dad, I was handcuffed
and rp-ing Lara Croft.
But it’s the open-ended “other”
that makes me jump for joy–
all this time, I thought it was wrong
to be attracted to clown toys.

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Amosexual

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Amosexual is an esmosexuality defined as "the experience of only feeling romantic attraction during the act of sex."1

History of the term

Amosexual was coined on January 18, 2018 by SynHeart on Beyond-MOGAI-Pride-Flags. The flag was created at the same time.2

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I hate to break it to you,
but my affection is all talk;
I don’t care a whit about you
when you’re not sucking my cock.

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Amphisexual

Amphisexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is a neurosexuality defined as "(amphi=Greek root for both) attraction only towards those with the same or similar mental illnesses/neurodivergences as you do.
note: only for neurodivergent people."1

History of the term

Amphisexual was coined on or before August 5, 2014 by tumblr user violetmcdaniels via MOGAI-Archive2 There is no flag.

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I’m only into people with
my same self-diagnoses;
I have new disorders every week,
new syndromes and neuroses.

If you’re into me, the only way
that I’ll be into you
is if you diagnose yourself
with all my problems, too.

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Androgensexual

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Androgensexual (/-romantic/-platonic/-aesthetic/-queerplatonic/-sensual/-alterous) is a miscellaneous MOGAI sexuality defined as "attraction to people of secondary sex characteristics associated with the dominant action of androgenic hormones, regardless of gender or primary sex characteristics"1

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History of the term

Androgensexual was coined on February 24, 2019 by beyond-mogai-pride-flags. The flags were created at the same time.2

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