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Sekswal na orientasyon

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An sekswal na orientasyon iyo an sarong halawig na pattern na kun an sarong tawo nin romantikong pagkadagka o pagkadagkang sekswal (o sarong kombinasyon kan mga ini) sa mga tawo kan kabaliktaran na sekso o gender, kaparehong sekso o gender, o sa duwang sexes o sa labi pa sa sarong gender. An mga pagkadagkang ini sa pangkagabsan nasa irarom kan heterosekswalidad, homosekswalidad, and bisekswalidad,[1][2][3] mantang an asekswalidad an kawàran nin sekkswal na pagkadagka sa iba.

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  3. "Definitions Related to Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity in APA Documents" (PDF). American Psychological Association. 2015. p. 6. Archived from the original (PDF) on January 22, 2021. Retrieved February 6, 2020. Sexual orientation refers to the sex of those to whom one is sexually and romantically attracted. [...] [It is] one's enduring sexual attraction to male partners, female partners, or both. Sexual orientation may be heterosexual, same-sex (gay or lesbian), or bisexual. [...] A person may be attracted to men, women, both, neither, or to people who are genderqueer, androgynous, or have other gender identities. Individuals may identify as lesbian, gay, heterosexual, bisexual, queer, pansexual, or asexual, among others. [...] Categories of sexual orientation typically have included attraction to members of one's own sex (gay men or lesbians), attraction to members of the other sex (heterosexuals), and attraction to members of both sexes (bisexuals). While these categories continue to be widely used, research has suggested that sexual orientation does not always appear in such definable categories and instead occurs on a continuum [...]. Some people identify as pansexual or queer in terms of their sexual orientation, which means they define their sexual orientation outside of the gender binary of 'male' and 'female' only.