Demiromantic-A lack of romantic attraction, desire or need for an intimate or physical nature (aromanticism) With the ability to develop feelings (romantic attraction) for someone ONLY after getting to know them well enough and getting to understand them as a person, usually built out of an initial very close friendship.”
Biaromantic- The ability to form platonic friendships with both sexes, not involving sex, kissing, or physical intimacy, however not limited to a strong emotional intimacy with either sexes.
Bisexual- Many people are 100% gay or lesbian, and are drawn sexually and emotionally only to partners of the same sex. Others are completely heterosexual, bonding in sexual and intimate relationships only with people of another sex. But what about everybody else? A significant percentage of people do not fit neatly into either of these categories, because they experience sexual and emotional attractions and feelings for people of different genders at some point during their lives. For lack of a better term, they are called bisexuals, although many people prefer to call themselves “pansexual,” “non-preferential,” “sexually fluid,” “ambisexual,” or “omni-sexual.”
Grey Asexual-A Gray-A is someone who has characteristics of both an asexual and a sexual.
Homoromantic-A person who is romantically attracted to a member of the same sex. Homoromantic asexuals seek romantic relationships for a variety of reasons, including companionship, affection, and intimacy. However, they do not desire sex with their romantic partner.