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The Seven Types Of Sexuality

 Heterosexuality-  Is the sexual attraction between members of the opposite sexes  such as man attracts to woman and woman attracts to man sexually.

Homosexuality- is the sexual attraction between members of the same sexes such as man to man and woman to woman.sexually.

Bisexuality- Is the sexual attraction to both the opposite and same sexes such as man to man and man to woman, woman to woman and woman to man.

Asexuality- Is also known as nonsexuality which is the lack of sexual attraction and sexual interest towards others.

Polysexuality-  Is the sexual attraction to more than one gender but do not wish to be known as bisexual as it implies that their are only two binary sexes, do not confuse this with pansexuality (Pan meaning All) and (Poly meaning many).

Pansexuality- Is the sexual attraction towards people regardless of gender also known as omnisexuality, some pansexuals refer to themselves as gender blind as to them gender is  insignificant in determining whether they will be sexually attracted to others.

Transexualism - Is when a person identifies themselves with a physical sex that is different to their own biological one, A medical diagnosis can be made if a person experiences discomfort as a result of a desire to be a member of the opposite sex. for example a person may be born male, and is uncomfortable with their gender as a male  and changes to a female, or a female may change to a male. It is a long process that they will go through and an expensive one too.

For your information.

Taken from http://calpol25.hubpages.com/hub/Types-Sexuality-In-Humans

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  • annabell

    You forgot Demisexuality: a person who doesn’t experience sexual attraction unless they form a strong emotional bond.

  • Anna bellingtone

    Remove this thing from the internet please I found my 8 year old girl seeing this.

    • Melissa

      A bisexual read your comment and got offended that you would shield your child from a harmless truth. What’s wrong with learning about different sexualities? If I read this when I was eight I would’ve realised then that I was not straight and that it’s a recognised sexuality, and that the whole world is not and chooses not to be straight. Obviously, like any eight year old, I wouldn’t really understand what a sexual attraction is but this article does the trick. Maybe she’s just curious and wanted to know. And please point out to me what horrors is actually on this article that is inappropriate for an eight year old girl to see? Are you scared of not being a grandmother?

      Anyway, I don’t think that this website will take any of it’s content down, nor any website you ask, because it’s not their responsibility to ‘protect’ your daughter. If you don’t like what she’s looking at then ban her from the website or ban her from the internet altogether. She’ll learn all about this in about four years time at the most regardless of your efforts to stop her from learning, because peers at school and even teachers will explain in Sex Education and in normal conversation these things and so it is inevitable that she will find out one day. In Britain she would be taught her mandatory Sex Ed when she is nine, so actually she’s just a year off from learning how to make babies if you’re in Britain. I don’t really see the problem. Unless you’re homophobic and you don’t want a non-straight daughter, which is a problem in itself really as you’re oppressing her and pushing her into an identity that she may not want to have, there is no reason as to why looking at this particular article would psychologically affect her in some way. It’s just information. There are people out there who are as listed above in the article, real people. Are you going to tell them that they live their lives wrong?

      I understand the website as a whole isn’t appropriate for eight year old girls, but you commented on this article specifically so it seems rather homophobic. And this is my first time on this website. I looked at the “You May Also Like” and thought “Actually I need to change half my argument because some of those things aren’t appropriate for eight year old girls” but I digress. If you don’t want your daughter to see these sorts of sites again then ban her from the internet! Let her on again when she’s done her Sex Ed. Her only enemy will be porn after that and parental controls on your PC can help block most if not all porn websites so you’re good.

    • Candie Barr

      Even if this specific post was removed, it would still be all over the internet. If you have a problem with your 8 year old learning that not all people are the same, perhaps you should actually be a parent and watch what your kid is doing. Better yet, teach them yourself. What is an 8 year old doing online anyway? They should be playing with dolls or trucks or something. It’s this kind of parenting which is probably a great contributing factor to why so many 8 year olds are out there having (or trying to have) sex.

    • CK

      So?

    • Fran Ylitalo

      maybe you should be watching your 8 year old a little more closely. It is not anyone else’s responsibility to monitor what YOUR child is doing. Put blocks on your computer if this type of thing is offensive to you. Good day.

    • Rosanna Miller

      I feel you but as you see Satan is running rampant in the world and your words are falling on the deaf ears of hell bound heathen. Your best bet is to teach her at home about the difference between right and wrong. That way when she gets older, she won’t depart.

      Take these opportunities to teach her the Word of God. Jesus is the way, the truth, and the life. God bless.

      • Demi

        How is effection and love satanic?

      • Demi

        What the hell are you doing here?

      • Demi

        Are you being ironic?

    • Hobbz

      And there’s a problem with children understanding different sexualities? Maybe the reason she’s curious is because she doesn’t have open minded parents she’s comfortable asking…

    • Demi

      Least it wasn’t porn.

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