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Cupiosexual: the new concept with which to expand your LGTBIQ + glossary -!

Cupiosexual: the new concept with which to expand your LGTBIQ + glossary -!

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Cupiosexual: the new concept with which to expand your LGTBIQ + glossary!

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Cupiosexual: the new concept with which to expand your LGTBIQ + glossary -!

Language is a highly efficient inclusion tool. Used properly, it makes us more aware of everything that exists in the world, also if we talk about sexuality.

By expanding the terms regarding sexual orientation , we can get everyone to know one way more simply, who we are. And it is that a long time ago since sexuality was reduced to heteros and homosexuals. Concepts have been added over the years that manage to cover much more, such as that of cohabitation , and that they are not limited to white or black, because there is a large scale of gray when it comes to sexuality.

We have already explained to you on more than one occasion the difference between sexual orientation and gender identity , and today we will include one more term that you may not know and that refers to the first.

What is cupiosexuality

Framed in the spectrum of asexuality , cupiosexuality is a term that is included in that category. The expert psychologists of Sexology , explained that “asexuality is characterized because the person does not experience sexual attraction to other people, or you only feel this sexual attraction to other people in very specific conditions or very rarely and in a very specific way in your life. ” Cupiosexuality would fall within the second condition.

A cupiosexual person does not experience sexual attraction but may still want to have sexual intercourse , despite not feeling any attraction. It is born from a term now in disuse and that has replaced, kalosexuality, and would encompass those people who enjoy the experience of having sex and want to have a sexual relationship with their partner but are not sexually attracted to anyone .

A definition of sexual attraction

To understand it a little better we will explain what sexual attraction is to better understand the cupiosexuality. When we speak of sexual attraction, we are talking about the attraction that makes people show a sexual interest in another person. It is something dynamic that according to this study by the University of Swansea in the United Kingdom , depends on factors such as physical appearance, emotional connection, race and even resources among other factors.

Each person may be attracted to something different and although there are numerous studies that analyze which factors are more common , it is also possible (and completely normal) that we do not feel sexual attraction to anyone, as happens to an axexual person. But not feeling attraction does not necessarily imply not enjoying sex or not wanting to have it.

Thus, we could define cupiosexuality as that in which the person is not attracted to another but enjoys sexual relations and has the desire to have sex even if there is no attraction.

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