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The most commonly recognized[1][2] multisexual pride flag has four stripes, which are purple, white, blue, and pink. It was created by synp.

Multisexual refers to a person who experiences attraction to multiple genders. This attraction may extend to many or all genders. It can be used as an umbrella term for individuals who are bisexual, pansexual, polysexual, omnisexual, etc, or can be used as a stand-alone identity if one does not wish to specify their orientation further.[3]

Multisexual people may also be multiromantic or they may have a different romantic orientation.

Multisexual characters in fiction[edit]

  • In the 2009 novel Saracen at the Gates, by Zinaid Meeran, the character Panty Haffagee is asked, "Say dude, are you a metrosexual?" and he responds, "No, I'm a multisexual."[4]


  1. Used by the Bisexual Resource Center on this page.
  2. Barron, Victoria (2023). Perfectly Queer: An Illustrated Introduction. Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
  3. "Multisexual | LGBTA Wiki". Archived from the original on 15 February 2022.
  4. Meeran, Zinaid (2009). Saracen at the Gates. p. 330.

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