People who lack sexual attraction to either sex or genders are known as asexual.


Pansexuality, also known as omni- or polysexuality, refers to the potential for sexual attractions, sexual desire, romantic love, or emotional attraction, towards people of all gender identities and biological sexes. The term has been used since the introduction of the gender binary labels in the 19th century and is used to express a sexual choice not limited to any gender or activity. Pan-sexuality can sometimes mean the attraction to a person's personality, rather than their physical appearance or gender.

Trisexuality is the popular term used to label people who will try 'anything' at least once.