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homo- +‎ flexible


homoflexible (not comparable)

  1. Primarily homosexual, but with a limited amount of attraction to the opposite sex, or willingness to take part in a heterosexual activity.
    • 2003 The Homosexual Agenda: Exposing the Principal Threat to Religious Freedom Today page 97
      Another student, who identified himself as “homoflexible,” said,“I live with straight guys now,and I definitely see the sexual tensions, which have made me very uncomfortable"
    • 2008 Mates and lovers: a history of gay New Zealand page 370
      opposite sex, it is said, but are not averse to exploring their 'gay side'. 'Homoflexible' suggests the reverse. Some men and women enjoy an even more fluid set of desires and see themselves as 'flexi-sexual'. 'pansexual', 'omnisexual'
    • 2009 Diversity and Multiculturalism: A Reader page 179
      Many adolescents and young adults prefer terms such as: bi-curi- ous, fluid, hetero- or homo-flexible, open, omni- or pan-sexual, polyamorous, questioning, or queer (Driver, 2007, pp. 42-A3; Meyer, 2008).
    • 2012, Jed La Lumiere, Patience: A Gay Man's Virtue, FriesenPress (2012), →ISBN, page 80:
      I have many gay friends whom are homoflexible and many of them have had adventures with members of the opposite sex solely because they wanted kids.
    • 2012, Aaron Overfield, Veil, →ISBN, unnumbered page:
      Hunter was a man who was bi-curious about women, rather than a man who was bi-curious about other men. Hunter was homoflexible.
    • 2014, Joe Kort, Is My Husband Gay, Straight, or Bi?: A Guide for Women Concerned about Their Men, Rowman & Littlefield (2014), →ISBN, page 187:
      In my experience, some heteroflexible men do not test bisexual. (I should note that I have also met a few homoflexible men.)
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see Citations:homoflexible.


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