Vixenamoric is a term used by longsword lesbians - exclusionary lesbians who feel the label "lesbian" has been "watered down too much" by the existence of non-binary and pronoun non-conforming lesbians. A similar term is sapphomoric.
It was coined by Twitter users @ssapphrodite and @viixenyy.
Vixenamorics exclude PNC lesbians in the belief that pronouns equal gender, and that the term "lesbian" is only applicable to she/her binary women who are attracted to other she/her binary women. While this is already reductive considering the rich history of gender nonconformity and experimentation in the lesbian community, there are also many languages that lack gender-specific pronouns.
Some have attempted to reclaim the term to refer to binary women attracted to binary women. However, a pre-existing non-problematic alternative to vixenamoric is trixamoric.
In September 2020, one of the creators of the vixenamoric label came out as agender and announced he would go by he/him pronouns. He disowned the vixenamoric label and, as of November 2020, has spoken out against the term and describes why he thinks it is wrong.
The gay male counterpart is todamoric.
This is by no means an exhaustive list; longsword lesbians exclude anyone and everyone who is not strictly a binary, she/her woman, but vixenamorics specifically and explicitly exclude the following: