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    Pomosexual, also called Labeln't, refers to someone who denies or does not fit any labels for a particular kind of attraction. A pomosexual individual rejects, has an aversion to, or does not fit any sexual orientations such as homosexual, heterosexual, bisexual, asexual, abrosexual etc.

    The pomosexual flag.
    An Overarching Pomo- Prefix flag
    An alternative pomosexual flag.

    This can either be because one finds the typical way of describing sexual orientation ("I am attracted to x", "I like to romantically kiss x", or "I am repulsed by x") is not applicable to their sense of identity, or because one feels the current vocabulary within the LGBT+ community cannot accurately describe their sense of sexual orientation, or because one simply does not wish to describe their orientation. A pomosexual individual may or may not feel sexual attraction, but is not interested in specifying whether they feel it, or to whom. They do not want or need a specific label.

    Pomosexual can be a sexuality by itself, but can also be used as an umbrella term. There are four main "branches" of pomosexuality, which are:

    1. Comsexual
    2. Novisexual
    3. Omniacepomo
    4. Cryptosexual


    The term was coined in 1997 by Carol Queen and Lawrence Schimel.[1] Pomo- is short for postmodern. The term was never meant to replace the term LGBT+; rather, the LGBT+ community with its own labels and theories serve as the starting point for the concept of pomosexuality. The book draws similarities to the postmodernism art movement, stating that the beauty of Postmodernism (pomosexuality) cannot be appreciated without looking at its roots in modernism (the LGBT+ community). The book acknowledges that the "neatly organized" sexual orientation labels found within the LGBT+ community might fit some, but not all individuals can fit into those labels.

    On an unknown date, Tumblr user pride-flags created a flag for the pomo- prefix.

    On July 5, 2016, pride-color-schemes made a pomosexual flag.


    1. Queen, Carol and Schimel, Lawrence (1997). "Pomosexuals: Challenging Assumptions about Gender and Sexuality".
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