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    The PAM flag[1].
    Sysian Aroace flag.

    The Pluric Attraction Model (PAM) is a system of terms specifically for members within a plural system whose orientation is different in the headspace than it is while fronting. This term is often used when one's attraction to other system members is different than one's attraction to people in the outerworld.

    This could be due to an individual having a different gender when fronting, however this is not always the case.

    PAM Subsets

    • Sysian Allosexual Asexual: when one is allosexual in the innerworld, but asexual while fronting.
    • Sysian G-S: when one is gay in the innerworld, but straight/strayt while fronting.
    • Sysian S-G: when one is straight/strayt in the innerworld, but gay while fronting.
    • Sysian S-M: when one is straight/strayt in the innerworld, but multisexual/multiromantic while fronting.
    • Sysian G-M: when one is gay in the innerworld, but is multi-spec while fronting.
    • Sysian M-spec Gay: when one is m-spec in the innerworld, but is gay when fronting.
    • Sysian M-spec Hetero: when one is m-spec in the innerworld, but is straight/strayt when fronting.
    • Sysian M-swap: when one is always m-spec, but what m-spec orientation they are changes when they are fronting. For example, being pansexual/panromantic in the innerworld and polysexual/polyromantic when fronting.

    History

    PAM was coined by Tumblr user neopronouns on July 20th of 2020 at the request of an anomynous.[2]

    Flags

    The PAM flag was created by Tumblr user Plurgai on an unknown date. It has no confirmed meaning.

    The Sysian Aroace flag was coined by Tumblr user Plurgai on an unknown date. It has no confirmed meaning.

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