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The '''aromantic spectrum''' encompasses people who feel that their romantic orientation is not within the bounds of what is traditionally considered romantic. They may lack romantic attraction to people, or experience it so rarely or in such a way that they relate more strongly to aromantic experiences than romantic ones
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[[File:Modernaromantic.svg|thumb|250x250px|link=https://aromantic.wikia.org/wiki/File:Modernaromantic.svg]]The '''aromantic spectrum''' encompasses people who relate more to [[aromanticism]] than to [[Alloromantic|alloromanticism]]. For example, people on the aromantic spectrum may be disinterested in romantic relationships with anyone, lack romantic attraction, or have a difficult relationship with romance. An aromantic individual may or may not also be on the [[Asexual Spectrum|asexual spectrum]].
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The aromantic spectrum includes [[Aromantic|aromantics]] as well as [[Gray-romantic|grey/grayromantics]], [[Demiromantic|demiromantics]], [[Lithromantic|lithromantics]], and others.
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Alternatively, people who opt out of the [[romantic orientation]] model may refer to themselves as [[quoiromantic]].

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The aromantic spectrum encompasses people who relate more to aromanticism than to alloromanticism. For example, people on the aromantic spectrum may be disinterested in romantic relationships with anyone, lack romantic attraction, or have a difficult relationship with romance. An aromantic individual may or may not also be on the asexual spectrum.

The aromantic spectrum includes aromantics as well as grey/grayromantics, demiromantics, lithromantics, and others.

Alternatively, people who opt out of the romantic orientation model may refer to themselves as quoiromantic.