Dissisexual is a sexuality in which one feels unattracted whenever subjectivity is mentioned in romantic or non-romantic circumstances. This can be attraction or lack thereof in such a way that it is difficult or impossible to fit into one term. Dissisexual mainly falls under its own category and does not share many categories with other sexualities. Dissisexual orientation does not fit into any labels that currently exist, so therefore one chooses not to define one's orientation, or uses an intentionally vague label.
The flag color meanings are as follows: Purple represents the varying stages of clarity people might experience in their minds, while yellow represents the jagged edges of the subjective and intersubjective reality Dissisexual individuals feel unattracted to. The S subtly designed into the flag stands for "subjective" - the anti-matter of this sexuality.