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    The Breace flag
    An alternate Breace flag

    Breace (pronounced bray-ace or brace) is a term on the asexual spectrum in which an individual is alright with most or all sexual interaction, so long as it is unrelated to their breasts. Upon their breasts being touched they may feel disgusted, turned off, and/or disinterested.

    This may also include their partner(s)'s breasts, depending on the individual and their personal experience with this label. This term is not a sexuality in of itself, but is rather a sexual modifier; for example, one may be pansexual and breace.

    Some reasons why this may occur include, but are not limited to...

    • Sexual trauma
    • Medical-related issues
    • Dysphoria that is influenced or intensified by breasts
    • Sex repulsion (but only towards their own/their partner(s)'s breasts.)
    • Body dysmorphia

    A similar term to this includes lekanisexual and sumitace.

    History

    This term was coined by Cryptocrew, specifically Angel, on May 6th of 2021. It was coined through this page, and has no outside resources.

    Flags

    The breace flag was uploaded by Miraheze user AutoImport on January 22nd, 2022. It has no confirmed meaning, but the allosexual flag colors are used.

    An alternate flag was made by Miraheze user Systeroamia, specifically their host, on February 10th, 2023, for a more inclusive alternative. Black/dark gray symbolizes asexuals, gray represents all ace-spec individuals, white represents allosexuals, and the red circle with an upward x over it on the right represents the rejection of sexual interaction with their breasts and/or their partner(s)'s breasts. It is not to be confused with the bottoace flag. [1]

    Resources

    https://web.archive.org/web/https://lgbta.wikia.org/f/p/4400000000000136964

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