Most recognized novosexual pride flag

A Novosexual person is someone who's sexuality fluctuates along with their gender identity.  Novosexuals are constantly fluctuating between different genders and sexual orientations. How long it may take between the next fluctuation will vary from person to person. Novosexuals are only such when their sexual orientation changes along with their gender identity. 

Alternate Novosexual Flag created by MoonJellyBuniny (aka Buniny) on 8/15/2020. Created using a mixture of the Abrosexual and Genderfluid Pride flags to show the link between both identifiers.

This orientation is derived from the linked combination of the two separate terms of genderfluidity and abrosexuality. While all novosexual people are genderfluid and abrosexual not all genderfluid/abrosexual identifying people are novosexual. This is because some GF/Abro people experience shifts regardless of each other (ie. female pansexual, female lesbian, female straight, male straight, etc.) while novosexual eople experience shifts in sexual orientation based on gender shifts (ie. female pan, male straight, agender ace, etc.).

Novosexuality is different than questioning; questioning sexuality is going through a phase of trying to work out who one is attracted to before potentially discovering an identify, whereas a novosexual may feel like and identify as homosexual and agender one day, then polysexual and cis the next, and bisexual and nonbinary another day. What genders and sexual orientations they fluctuate to will vary from person to person and may be as few as two or three or as great as indefinite.

The alternate novosexual flag, created by MoonJellyBuniny (aka. Buniny), was created on 8/15/2020. The colors were chosen based on the abrosexual and genderfluid pride flags to show the link between both fluctuating identities. The flag colors correspond to the following interpretation:

Blue: Attraction and identification of masculinity

Green: The link between sexual orientation and gender identity

White: Lack of attraction or gender

Pink: Attraction and identification of femininity

Dark Purple: Attraction and identification of ENBY and other genders such as Third Gender

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