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    Icularomantic flag

    Icularomantic, also sometimes called icularo or pothiromantic, is a term for someone who is aromantic and romance-indifferent. Icularomantic individuals are open to romantic acts and/or being in romantic relationships, despite not feeling romantic attraction. Not to be confused with cupioromantic, a term for someone who is aromantic and romance-favourable.

    Icularomantic is known as a microlabel, meaning that by saying that one is icularomantic it is implied that one is also aromantic, or another aro-spec identity. In this case, aromantic is the primary romantic identity and icularomantic acts as a modifier, making a specific sub-category of aromantics.

    The sexual equivalent is iculasexual.

    Flag

    The icularomantic pride flag was designed by Oppa, previously known as bdsmpetplay, on Tumblr.

    The meanings behind the colours of the flag follow the original symbolism of the colours themselves. The colour yellow represents curiosity, insight, intuition and sensitivity; the colour blue represents knowledge and serenity.

    History

    The term was coined by Oppa, previously known as bdsmpetplay, on Tumblr.

    Despite this term’s little popularity, the Icularomantic identity has been mentioned online for as far back as 6 years ago. While the origins of this identity are generally unknown, it is believed to have been created and/or marginally popularised during the year of 2015.

    Resources

    https://web.archive.org/web/https://www.deviantart.com/pride-flags/art/Icularomantic-555511812


    https://web.archive.org/web/https://pride-color-schemes.tumblr.com/post/146824439375/icula

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