Sexuality, Baby | Which Type Do You Fall Under?

February 15, 2020


It only feels like yesterday when we’ve started learning and discovering the plethora of sexual orientations that are out there. We’ve come a long way from only acknowledging heterosexuals and homosexuals, to pansexuality, asexuals, transexuals, and so many more.

For someone who’s naturally curious about sex, I love learning about all of the different orientations and which ones have which preferences. Now I know that you can’t choose your sexual orientation, the orientation chooses you, like how the wands choose the wizards.

However, with so many different variables that exist in today’s world, it can be difficult to know which sexuality is the one you fall under. And not knowing that can often leave you as frustrated and confused as a teen going through puberty.

But there’s no need to fret. Because I have a list that breaks down the eighteen (yes, eighteen) sexual orientations to see which one you fall under.

If you already know which orientation you are, well…the more you know, right?

The List Of Sexual Orientations You Could Fall Under


Aromantic people who do not experience any romantic attraction towards other people. They can still experience sexual attraction.


Asexual people who do not experience sexual attraction towards other people. They can still experience romantic attraction.


Androphilic people of any gender are attracted to men or masculinity, either sexually, romantically, or both.


Androsexual people experience sexual attraction towards masculinity in general.


Bisexual people of any gender are sexually attracted to both people of the opposite sex and the same sex.


A Slang used for people who are interested in obtaining sexual experience with same-sex while maintaining their attraction and activity with the opposite sex.


Demiromantic people only experience romantic attraction once they’ve developed an emotional connection with another person.


Demisexual people only experience sexual attraction once they’ve developed a strong emotional connection with another person.


Gynephilic people of any gender are sexually attracted to women or femininity, either sexually, romantically, or both.


Fluid people often experience changes in their sexual orientation.


Gynesexual people are attracted to females or female body parts, regardless of whether that person identifies as cis female or trans female.


Homosexual people are only sexually attracted to others of the same sex.


Heterosexual people are only sexually attracted to others the opposite sex.


Pansexual people are attracted to people of all gender identities; this is not the same as bisexuality.


Polysexual people are sexually and/or rom­antically attracted to people of multiple but not all genders; this is not the same as pansexuality.


Queer people are sexual and gender minorities who aren’t heterosexual or cisgender; they could be linked in fall under other different types of sexualities such as bisexual.


Skoliosexual people are attracted to others who identify as transgender or nonbinary.


Transsexuality Transexual people are those whose gender identities do not match their sex that was assigned by birth. Therefore they acquire the physical characteristics of people of the opposite sex through hormonal and/or surgical treatment.

Explore Your Sexuality With An Escort Or Two

Even though the number of sexual orientations to identify with can be confusing to comprehend and/or affiliate ourselves with, you do have to appreciate the fact we can talk about sexuality quite freely nowadays.

What’s also amazing is that, nowadays, it’s easier and free for people who fall under one or more of the orientations listed here to be with others who they got the junk for. That goes the same for some of the escorts, erotic massage providers, and dominatrixes on XEscorts.

If you’re looking for a beautiful companion who you could explore your sexual interests with, they would have a gratuitous amount of knowledge about the different orientations that exist. Maybe after reading this blog, you may have found that you belong to one or did not know it, and maybe you’ll want to celebrate your new-found sexuality with an escort this Valentine’s Day.

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Zoe Jaspers
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