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    The parental attraction flag.
    Alternate flag
    Polyamorous alternate flag

    Parental attraction is an attraction one feels when one desires to raise a child with a particular individual.[1][2] It is a subtype of familial attraction. This kind of attraction can sometimes be encompassed by other attractions such as romantic, but is not always.

    A possible term for a parental crush is “prush" or "prash”. A potential relationship name is “parenthood” and one's parenthood partner can be called a “co-parent”.

    One who does not experience parental attraction may identify as nonparental.

    It should also be noted that experiencing parental attraction is not simply wanting to have sex with someone or experiencing sexual attraction. Someone who experiences parental attraction wants to raise a child with their partner(s), and it's also important to note that they may want to adopt a child and not actually have one.

    History

    The term parental attraction was coined by an unspecified Tumblr user on October 22nd, 2020.

    Flag

    The first flag was coined by an unspecified Tumblr user on October 22nd, 2020. Yellow represents the childish and carelessness of children, dark blue represents the trust and loyalty needed for a healthy parenthood, and pink represents the passion and love you feel towards your coparent(s) and the child you raise together.

    The second flag was coined by a user going by Wendy on December 23rd, 2020. The background colors hold the same meaning as the original. The figures represent parenthood. The black and white represents the straight/strayt and ace/aro spectrums, while the rainbow represents the multisexual and gay/gai spectrums, and the white represents self discovery and unknown identity within children.

    The third flag was also coined by wendy, as to include polyamorous parenthoods. It holds the same meanings, except the red and blue represents the polyamorous spectrum, and the other black and white figure represents ambiamorous/monopoly and wavership spectrums.

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