Claiming that the use of split-attraction terminology (n-romantic q-sexual) is inherently homophobic/biphobic/panphobic because it reduces those orientations to who they want to sex with:
- actively robs aromantic and asexual spectrum people of the ability to speak about our lived experiences (especially those of us who are sex and/or romance repulsed)
- actively robs all mixed orientation non-aroace people of the ability to speak about their experiences
- assigns a negative definition to sexual attraction (ie: everyone you’re sexually attracted to is someone you immediately want to jump into bed with, people who feel sexual attraction are all horny pervs) that those of use who use this terminology don’t intend
in conclusion: piss off.