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Types of sexuality and sexual orientation

Sexuality is a complex aspect of our personality and ‘self’.Your sexuality will influence your choice of sexual partner and the type of sex you seek.It develops from birth but most of us become consciously aware of our sexuality in our early teenage years.There are so many types of sexuality like heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, pan-sexual, metro-sexual, and asexual.

Heterosexuality- It is the sexual attraction between members of the opposite sexes such as man attracts to woman and woman attracts to man sexually.

Homosexuality-It is the sexual attraction between members of the same sexes such as man to man and woman to woman sexually.There have always been people who have had homosexual sex, but prior to modern times they didn’t have a sense of themselves as homosexuals. It is a category of consciousness and a manifestation of consciousness aware of itself. Both practically and metaphorically homosexuality is self-reflexive. It is about the unity of the cosmos, rather than the duality. Males are referred to as gays and females lesbians.

Bisexuality– It is the sexual attraction to both the opposite and same sexes such as man to man and man to woman, woman to woman and woman to man.  Bisexuals may have a relationship with a man, and then after that relationship ends, may choose a female partner for a subsequent relationship, and many go back to a male partner next

Asexuality- It is also known as nonsexuality which is the lack of sexual attraction and sexual interest towards others. People who consider themselves asexual say their lack of interest in sex is a permanent part of their identity. But just because someone isn’t interested in sex doesn’t mean they’re not interested in love. While some are happiest alone, asexual people can feel romantic attraction and have intimate relationships. They may like to cuddle and be physically close to others. Some get married and even have children.

Pan sexuality – Pansexual people are people attracted to people regardless of their gender, identity or biological sex.. It is different from bisexuality. Bisexual people are attracted to both men and women, but pansexual people can be attracted to any people. This includes people who are neither male nor female. A pansexual could be open to someone who is male, female, transgender, intersex, or agendered/genderqueer.

Transvestism – Transvestism refers to the use of clothing of the opposite sex for sexual gratification. This behavior will often begin before puberty or in adolescence.

Transsexualism – Transsexualism is primarily a disorder of gender identity in which the individual wishes to be or feels that he/she is a member of the opposite sex.