Got this from another social network, but it was too awesome to not share.
To suggest such an epic #psa on sexuality and gender is to educate members of the species who simply think as simple male/female terms or gay/straight, would of course be ridiculous.
I suggest this sort of information be accessible to all members of the human race.
One species, so much diversity.
And we should never stop learning about ourselves and those that we share the planet with.
You will be confused.
You will be better educated.
You will be a better person.
Heterosexual: Male-identifying individual sexually attracted to a female-identifying individual, and vice-versa.
Homosexual: Someone attracted to someone of the same gender as themselves.
Bisexual: Sexually attracted to two or more genders.
Polysexual: Sexually attracted to many genders, but not all.
Pansexual: Sexually attracted to all genders. (this and bisexual, and sometimes polysexual, are often considered to be the same thing and different people may simply identify as any one of them due to their own personal reasons)
Heteroflexible: Usually sexually attracted to the opposite gender, but rarely sexually attracted to other genders.
Homoflexible: Usually sexually attracted to the same gender, but rarely sexually attracted to other genders.
Gynesexual: Sexually attracted to females or femininity.
Androsexual: Sexually attracted to males or masculinity.
Demisexual: Sexually attracted to people only after forming a bond with them first.
Gray-sexual/Gray-asexual: Someone who rarely experiences sexual attraction.
Asexual: Having no /sexual attraction/ to others
Apothisexual: Same as asexual, but more specifically disgusted by sex.
Heteroromantic: Male-identifying individual romantically attracted to female-identifying individuals, and vice-versa.
Homoromantic: Attracted romantically to the same gender.
Biromantic: Attracted romantically to two or more genders
Polyromantic: Attracted to many genders (but not all)
Panromantic: Attracted romantically to all genders
Gyneromantic: Attracted romantically to females or femininity
Androromantic: Attracted romantically to males or masculinity
Gray-romantic/Gray-aromantic: Rarely romantically attracted to anyone.
Demiromantic: Romantically attracted to people only after forming a bond with them first.
Aromantic: Having no /romantic attraction/ to others
Apothiromantic: Same as aromantic, but more specifically disgusted by romance.
Polyamorous: Someone who is attracted to, and is comfortable with being in a relationship with more than one person at a time.
Akoiromantic/Lithromantic: Someone who experiences romantic attraction, but doesn't wish to act upon it or for it to be reciprocated.
Cupioromantic: The opposite of lithromantic--someone who desires a romantic relationship, but does not experience romantic attraction.
Quoiromantic: Unable to differentiate between romantic and platonic attraction.
Transexual/Transgender (Term depending on generation and location): An individual who identifies as a gender other than the one they were assigned at birth to be. Often shortened to trans
Cisgender: Someone who identifies as the gender that they were assigned as at birth. (ex. matches their birth certificate) Often shortened to cis
Intersex: Someone who has ambiguous genitalia that doesn't fit into our strict dichotomy of uterus or testes. Often forced into surgery to correct their genitals at a very young age, causing psychological and physical harm later in life
Non-binary: Outside of the gender binary of male and female. (Can be used as an umbrella term or as its own identity)
Genderqueer: Outside of the gender binary. (interchangeable with non-binary)
Agender: Someone who experiences a 'lack' of gender.
Bigender: Someone who identifies as two genders.
Trigender: Someone who identifies as three genders.
Genderfluid: A gender that changes, or is 'fluid'.
Demigirl: Identifying partially as a woman, but not wholly.
Demiboy/guy: Identifying partially as a man, but not wholly.
Androgyne: Expressing both male and female traits.
Dmab: Designated Male at Birth.
Dfab: Designated Female at Birth.
Amab/Afab: Same as dmab/dfab, except with 'assigned' instead of 'designated'.
Camab/Cafab: Same as previous, except prefixed by 'coercively', to highlight the lack of choice.