Sexual Identities and sexual orientations - Schematic display.

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23/06/2021 21:07

Each of us has a definition of sexual identity and sexual orientation. In total, there are 9 combinations.

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This blog should be read as part of an article explaining the energetic-magnetic principles that produce attraction and repulsion, affecting our sexual identity and sexual orientation.

Continue reading the entire article: The Unified Theory of All Sexual Identities and Orientations. (Alixin's Theory)

 

Sexual identity, sexual orientation, and asexual behavior. (Simplified definitions)

We all have a sexual identity, sexual orientation, and sexual behavior. These three definitions are related but not the same.

  • Sexual identity - refers to the sex to which we feel emotionally-energetically connected; most often, it is our biological sex. Occasionally there is a conflict between the biological sex (with which we are born) and the sex we feel connected to.
  • Sexual orientation -usually answers the question of which sex we are attracted to. (Opposite sex, Same as ours, both sexes, or not.) 
  • Sexual behavior - How humans experience and express their sexuality. (Sexual behavior (Wikipedia

 

Each of us has a definition of sexual identity and sexual orientation. In total, there are 9 combinations.

Sexual identity is one-valued and uniform. (One of 3 options - each side of the black triangle) Sexual orientation also carries 3 options, allowing continuous values (within the blue triangle). The sexual identity and sexual orientation can be schematically represented using the diagram of the 2 triangles. 

Below: A brief list of all the possible combinations. (Without the probabilities that they will occur) Sexual identity is a dichotomous trait (yes, no), while sexual orientation is continuous. 

  1. There is no conflict between the biological sex (with which we are born) and our energetic sex (Most of the population). The possible sexual orientation is the opposite sex (heterosexuals), the same sex (gays and lesbians), and bisexuals.
  2. With a conflict between the biological sex (with which we are born) and our energetic sex. (Transgender), The possible sexual orientation is the opposite sex, the same sex, or both sexes.
  3. With a "special conflict" between the biological sex (with which we are born) and our energetic sex. (Androgynous), The possible sexual orientation is the opposite sex, the same sex, or both sexes.

Asexuals are, by definition, non-participants. (They have no conflict with sexual identity and have no sexual orientation.)

 

Continue reading the entire article: The Unified Theory of All Sexual Identities and Orientations. (Alixin's Theory)

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