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    An alternate noninsexual flag.
    Noninsexual is the attraction to everyone except those who are neutral/non-binary in nature (NIN) in their gender and/or gender presentation. The genders they are attracted to typically include binary men, binary women, feminine aligned non-binary people, and masculine aligned non-binary people. Gender they are typically not attracted to include non-binary, neutrois, agender, and anyone else whose gender or gender presentation is neutral, androgynous, or in any other way not fully male or female. Noninsexual people may or may not be attracted to people who are partially, but not fully masculine or feminine, such as demigirls or demiboys. They also may or may not be attracted to people who are a mix of male and female such as androgynes.

    Some noninsexual people might be attracted to neutral-aligned people, so long as they present masculinely or androgynously. Similarly a noninsexual person may or may not be attracted to men or women people who present neutrally or androgynous. The exact limit of "neutral in nature" can be defined by the individual.

    The feminine equivalent to noninsexual is nofinsexual. The masculine equivalent is nominsexual. The romantic counterpart is noninromantic.

    History

    Noninsexual was coined by an unknown person on or before October 5, 2015.[1]

    Flag

    The noninsexual flag was created by DeviantArt user Pride-Flags on October 5, 2015. Pink represents femininity. Blue represents masculinity. Purple is a mix of blue and pink. A lack of yellow represents no neutrality. The symbol is a combination of the symbols on the finsexual and minsexual flag.

    The alternate noninsexual flag was created by wiki user Bee1happy on January 4, 2021. The dark blue and pink stripes represent the attraction to the binary genders. The light blue and light pink stripes represent attraction to those who identify partially as a binary gender. The colors could also be used to represent attraction to both masculine and feminine or masculine and feminine gender presentations.

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