Dysphorsexual, or dyssexual, is an identity in which ones sexuality is limited or affected by dysphoria. It may be defined as:
- an identity on the asexual spectrum where one feels sexual attraction, but doesn’t want to participate in a sexual relationship, due to dysphoria or other mental health issues. They may feel repulsed by the idea of being in a sexual relationship. When one transitions or starting feeling happy with their body, one may feel like participating in a sexual relationship, but until then, they don’t want to participate. Cisgender people who have body dysmorphia can also be dysphorsexual, but it is not as common.
- an identity in which a trans or non-cis person feels discomfort with participating in a sexual relationship with another person who experiences dysphoria due to feeling contagious dysphoria.
A dysphorsexual person might also feel like no one would want to be with them, so one may also feel depressed. Some people might not want someone to feel attraction to them because their dysphoria is so bad.
The second definiton of dysphorsexual was coined by Fandom user Double-bi.
Both flags were created on November 2, 2020. The flag by Fandom user Shinsouboi is a combination of the transgender and allosexual flags. The flag by Fandom user Teethbhitch has 7 stripes. The Non Binary Dysphorsexual is a mix of the allosexual and non binary flag.