Subjective attraction is exclusive to those who identify as or who are a deity of some sort. It is described as the warm feeling one has when looking down at their subjects. For one individual, this may be humans and those on Earth which believe that they are real. For another individual like a god/goddess or a deity of higher power, it may also include nymphs, spirits, and others which are beneath them in the caste system of their universe.
Subjective attraction can also be described as "a deity looking down at [their] subjects with a warm smile as [they see] them playing and living life." It can be described as a relationship; for example, Christians describe their religion as a relationship with God, and if one were to identify as the Christian God, they may use this form of attraction. However, the relationship cannot be considered romantic, queerplatonic, or other forms of attraction related to the previously mentioned.
Someone who experiences any form of subjective attraction may add a gendered prefix, like pansubjective or demideistic, however this is not required and may actually be preferred for most individuals. If one does not add a prefix, they may choose to simply say, "I experience divine attraction."
Deistic attraction is a form of subjective attraction in which a human or humanoid who is related to a deity in some way - whether through a system in which the two are headmates, an OC, or another form - is attracted to the deity. This can be paired with another form of attraction, ex. "I feel deistic romantic attraction to my deity OC." Deistic attraction is exclusive to those who are humans or humanoids, however if they are involved in a relationship with the deity, the deity could say, "I am in a deistic relationship," or "I am in a subjective relationship."
'Deistic' comes from the word 'deism,' which is the "belief in the existence of a supreme being, specifically of a creator who does not intervene in the universe."
Divine attraction is another form of subjective attraction in which a deity is attracted to a humanoid, and vice versa. This can be paired with another form of attraction, ex. "I feel divine sensual attraction to my humanoid headmate." Divine attraction is exclusive to deities and humanoids.
Subjective attraction was coined by Aueae of the Comfort Collective, aka FANDOM user Iwillregretthisuwu, on November 7, 2021. The idea of deistic attraction was brought up by FANDOM user Ablobontheinternet on the same day, as well as divine attraction by TheAshSystem, but both terms were ultimately coined by Iwillregretthis.