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    Fpapothispike flag made by pissoups on twt / fandom user elfpens

    FPapothispike (or FPspike) is a sexual orientation on the asexual spectrum that refers to individuals with borderline personality disorder (BPD) who usually experience no attraction at all to anyone of any gender, except for their FP (favorite person), when and if they get one.

    It is a more specific and BPD-centered label for arospike and/or acespike individuals who don't experience any kind of attraction, the attraction is nowhere to be seen, non-existent, but the moment their FP comes around or is in sight is when the (usually non-existent) attraction spikes. This individual may have any aro-spec or ace-spec orientation that "spikes" and it does not have to be apothiromantic/sexual. this may be a result of "out of sight, out of mind" or it may be like one's FP has taken all of one's attraction with them when they leave, causing the feeling of lacking attraction.

    History

    This term was coined by user @xxemonightmarexx on September 26th, 2021. It was coined via this article and has no outside resources.

    Flag

    The flag was made by elfpens on 1/1/2022, from top to bottom the colors means absence of attraction/void of attraction. The second stripe is for bpd and being bpd exclusive. The middle stripe is for one's favorite person and attraction to them. The fourth is inclusivity everyone. The last stripe is for flexibility.

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