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    The serverix flag.

    Serverix is a sexuality or romantic orientation specific to workers hired for sexual or romantic gratification, in which ones attraction changes depending on who wants their service.

    For example, a woman who is usually straight may switch to/feel lesbian when hired by other women or woman-aligned people. This may be considered a subset to abrosexual/abromantic or aceflux/aroflux, but can be used as a standalone identity as well.

    This term falls under the arousmic umbrella.

    History

    The term Serverix was coined by Artemis from Cryptocrew's system on December 26th, 2020 and was first publicized on December 27th, 2020.

    Flag

    The serverix flag was coined by Artemis on December 27th, 2020. The colors are based off of the abrosexual/abromantic, aroflux, and aceflux flags. The darkest pink represents service, the medium pink represents xenial attraction, the orange-ish pink represents love and compassion, the white represents respect, the light pink represents fluid attraction, the lighter purple represents romance, and the dark purple represents sexual interaction. The dark green represents the nature of attraction, the medium green represents giving, and the light green represents recieving. The red umbrella is used in the middle, as it is a common design associated with sex work. The dark red on the umbrella represents sexual work, and the light red represents romantic work.

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