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Lithromantic experiences may include:
 
Lithromantic experiences may include:
* Feeling romantic attraction that fades upon
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* Feeling romantic attraction that fades upon being reciprocated
* Feeling romantic attraction but hesitant to act on it
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* Feeling romantic attraction but preferring not to act on it
*preferring not to act on it
 
 
* Experiencing discomfort upon entering a romantic relationship with a crush
 
* Experiencing discomfort upon entering a romantic relationship with a crush
 
* Loss of interest in potential or actual partners when they romantically initiate
 
* Loss of interest in potential or actual partners when they romantically initiate

Revision as of 19:30, 30 October 2020

Lithromantic (also known as akoiromantic or apromantic) is a romantic orientation on the aromantic spectrum. Lithromanticism describes romantic attraction without the desire for reciprocation.

Lithromantic experiences may include:

  • Feeling romantic attraction that fades upon being reciprocated
  • Feeling romantic attraction but preferring not to act on it
  • Experiencing discomfort upon entering a romantic relationship with a crush
  • Loss of interest in potential or actual partners when they romantically initiate
  • Fantasizing about romance but preferring it only in theory, not in practice

The word "lithromantic," coined by Ian (stopanthropomorphizingme on Tumblr) comes from the Greek word lithos, which means "stone." This is an allusion to the stone sexual identity, which originated with butch lesbians and transmasculine people.[1]

Like with any romantic orientation, lithromantic individuals can identify with any sexual orientation label.

Flags

Lithromantic has a few different flags, with the red-orange-yellow-white-black flag being the most popular.

Lithromantic flag


Created by Rainbow Flags on Deviantart


A flag with five stripes red, pastel green, white, grey, black.

Akoiromantic / Lithromantic flag by Pride Color Schemes on Tumblr








References

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