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    Enbitor Flag

    Enbitor is a bisexual/polysexual, diamoric orientation that refers to non-binary individuals who are exclusively attracted to men and other non-binary individuals. The term was created because some individuals didn't like or fit the labels toric or enbian, so it was made as a combination of the two, just as torensexual and carnelian. Enbitor individuals can be called nblm and/or nblnb.

    The feminine counterpart to enbitor is enbitrix.

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    Alternative Enbitor Flag made by Wiki User “GirlsnNBs”

    The enbitor flag's creator is unknown, the meaning is as follows: Yellow meaning being non-binary, light yellow meaning be attracted to other non-binary individuals, and blue is attraction to men.

    The alternate enbitor flag was created by the wiki user “GirlsNNBs”, and the meaning is as follows: The shades of purple on top representing attraction in any form towards non-binary individuals, the shades of blue on the bottom representing attraction to men and male-aligned non-binary individuals, and the yellow in the middle representing being non-binary.

    Another flag made by Gayer9000
    Another flag made by Gayer9000

    Another alternate was made by Wiki user Gayer9000, and the meaning is as follows: White means attraction to agender/pangender individuals, light blue means attraction to male-aligned non-binary individuals, blue means attraction to binary men, yellow means attraction to abinary/non-binary individuals, purple means attraction to bigender/multigender individuals, light purple means attraction to people who identify with xenogenders, and white is attraction to agender/pangender individuals.

    Etymology

    The term originates from the Latin suffix "-tor" denoting masculine agent nouns, e.g., "cantor" (male singer") or "dominator" (male dominator, equivalent of dominatrix), and the pronunciation of "NB", standing for non-binary.

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