During a recent trip to Seattle, my nesting partner and I were out at a bar on Capitol Hill and sang some (ridiculously awful) karaoke.
Afterwards, a Hot Bi Babe came up to us and started flirting.
If you're a poly newb or more monogamously-oriented, there were probably a few phrases in that paragraph that you were unfamiliar with, too.
It’s easy to get wrapped in our own little communities and forget that we have our own jargon.
This is meant as a discussion-if you have comments, concerns or general inquiries-please plop them into the comments.
I always take them seriously-ya’ll know that to be true.
I got into a philosophical conversation today with some friends about how it is incredibly common for the masses to cut off the letters after “LGBT”.
Greyromantic: orientation that is between aromantic (no romantic attraction) and romantic, experiencing romantic attraction, but not very often.
There is also a difference between sexual orientation and attraction.
I just want to get these definitions out there, because ignorance can only be defeated by education and understanding.
If both are present, the term hermaphrodite may still be used, even though it is outdated Asexual: A person who doesn’t experience sexual attraction or who has low or no interest in sexual activity.
There is considerable diversity among the asexual community; each asexual person experiences things like relationships, attraction, and arousal somewhat differently.