The main definition of spectrasexual is : people who are bisexual but obsessed with microlabels. They may or may not have a preference, but regardless of that, they partially take gender into account and partially take personality into account, which is fucking stupid because this is a personal preference and not a sexuality and everyone takes personality into account when choosing partners.
The definition varies depending on who you ask because it's bullshit that has no meaning in the real world.
While some people might not find the difference between spectrasexuality and other sexuality's necessary, others do, and that's their struggle.
The pink and blue stripes on either side of the flag represent the two binary genders (male and female), with pink for girls and blue for boys because we're super progressive like that. Their position on the flag represents that they are at two opposite ends of the gender spectrum. The white stripe that is in the middle represents genders outside the binary, because everyone knows nonbinary identity is a monolith and a single third gender. It is in the center because non-binary identities are often but not always in between male and female. It is also in the center to show that non-binary identities are neither male nor female. The purple stripe represents being chronically online and the green/turquoise stripe represents being precious about having normal preferences.
This flag consists of 11 bands of color and is representative of the MOGAI community's undying need to make ugly flags.
The white band represents attraction to all sexualities for those spectrasexual individuals who experience their sexuality in this way, because this sexuality doesn't even have a concrete fucking definition.
The pink represents attracted to fem-aligned genders, because pink is for girls.
The red represents courage as many spectrasexual people have to constantly defend their sexuality from people who are entirely correct about it being stupid.
The orange is for creativity as spectrasexual people learn to navigate their sexuality without the guidebook offered to their bi siblings, because we all know biphobia is over and y'all are just special.
The yellow represents happiness because spectrasexual people should be happy when they realize they're bi.
The gray is for walmart flooring.
The green is for respect to remind spectrasexual people that grass exists outside and they should touch some.
The blue is for tumblr.
The indigo is the color the sky, which is also outside, sometimes gets.
The violet is for attraction to masc-aligned genders.
And the black is for attraction to people not aligned with a gender (agender people and those who fall outside the spectrum between masculine and feminine.
Spectrasexuality is literally any different than bi: it's not.
The earliest known usage of the word online, is on 16th August 2006 on a spanish powerpoint and has no history offline.
Here are some of the other definitions acknowledged by some spectrasexuals, because you people can't even agree on one definition.
- A term that describes people who are sexually attracted to multiple or varied genders and gender identities - but not necessarily all or any
- The attraction towards a wide range of genders and bodily formats on the spectrum that is gender. An attraction based not entirely on personality but appearance.
- Someone who is attracted to a wide range of genders and gender identities. Different to omnisexuals/pansexuals who are not concerned with gender at all.