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Poly Pride!

by @Zayb4you14

Poly who?

Polysexuality is a sexual orientation related to bisexuality and pansexuality. While bisexuality is defined as being attracted to both men and women, and pansexuality is defined as being attracted to all genders (including non-binary ones), polysexuality is defined as being attracted to more than one gender and/or form of gender expression, but not allPolysexuality encompasses many, but not necessarily all, sexualities.

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Pink represents attraction to femalesBlue represents attraction to malesGreen  represents attraction to people with non-binary gender identities.


More about Polysexuality

Polysexuality is distinct from polyamory, the desire to be intimately involved with more than one person at once, or pansexuality, which is attraction to all genders and sexes. Polysexuality encompasses many, but not necessarily all, sexualities.
Polysexuality is a self-identifying term that is somewhat amorphous, as there is a wide variety of different people who use the term to describe themselves. Polysexual identity is related to gender identity and is used by some people who identify outside the binarist gender spectrum. People who refer to themselves as polysexual may be attracted to transgender people, third gender people, two-spirit people, genderqueerpeople, plus people who are intersex. However, polysexuality does not have to be the exclusive attraction towards non-binary genders or sexes, though it can be. People who identify as polysexual may still be attracted to one or both binary genders or sexes.

Flag History

The Polysexuality Pride Flag  was designed as a symbol for the polysexual community to use. The polysexual pride flag is used to increase visibility and recognition for the polysexual community, and to distinguish it from bisexuality and pansexuality. It is used to indicate that polysexuals have romantic attractions and relationships with people of multiple different genders and sexualities.

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