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    Diviexual flag.
    Divisexual flag (alternate).
    Divisexual flag (alternate, secondary).

    Divisexual individuals are one who feels sexually attracted to someone after a long period of knowing them, but due to their feelings, they convince themselves it is not true, and back out of it. This reason could be due to stress, trauma, insecurity, but it is not limited to that, and can be from anyone. They are typically related to the demisexual or asexual spectrums.

    The romantic counterpart is diviromantic.


    The term divisexual was first discussed between fandom users Blqckbeqr and Cryptocrew on November 2nd, 2020 and was given a name on November 3rd, 2020.


    The first divisexual flag was made by a FANDOM user Cryptocrew on November 2nd, 2020. The definition was made by Blqckbeqr. Red stands for love and danger, grey stands for loss and depression, blue stands for avoiding conflict and desperation, and green stands for lack of trust.

    The second divisexual flag was made by Fandom users Fruitindividual and PhysicsAndPuns. The black represents loss of feeling, apathy, and avoidance to conflict/attraction. The red represents sexuality and attraction with the arrow shape showing sexuality sinking into and being lost to the the previously mentioned attributes. The top half of the flag is red to show the long time period required for attraction to form. The white represents the initial attraction before the person backs down and the grey represents depression/trauma and the unresolved issues that steals potential from the initial attraction. The grey circle can also be swapped out for black if the depression/trauma is more severe.

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