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1.
Attraction regardless biological sex but to queer gender expressions and/or identities, such as androgynous, genderqueer/intergender, transgender/transsexual.
Queersexual person 1: I have sexual/romantic interest in people but I don't really like neither femininity nor masculinity.

Queersexual person 2: I can't decide whether I want a man or a woman, so I'd prefer someone in between.
av The Homosexual Genderqueer 20. juni 2011
 
2.
Attracttion to the erotic or cultural dynamics of queer identities, cultures, sexualities, affectionalities, etc. Queersexual is a nongendered sexuality.
Part 1: "Are you a dyke or what?"
Part 2: "You mean lesbian?"
Part 3: "yeah."
Part 4: "Well, I am a dyke but I'm not a lesbian. But, I'm also fag, but I'm not a gay man. And my partner is a nongendered intersex fag."
Part 5: "So then, you're bisexual or something?"
Part 6: "No, there are more than two sexes."
Part 7: "What then, Omnisexual?"
Part 8: "Not exactly. You see, I'm queersexual."
av Amiko-Gabriel 25. mars 2007
 
3.
Edit on original: "Queersexual is not necessarily a gendered sexuality."
Person A: "So, you say you don't identify as gay, bisexual, or straight? Then, how do you identify?"

Person B: "Queersexual."
av Amiko-Gabriel 14. august 2007
 
4.
Girl: is a lesbian that likes girls, but also likes to fuck men who fuck men. Paraphrased "girl likes lesbians and gay men."
Boy: is gay, likes boys, but fucks girls who fuck girls. Paraphrased "boy likes gays and lesbians."
*Neither like straight people(sexually)*
Gena's sexuality is queersexual.
av hannerbelle 23. september 2008
 
5.
To be attracted to people of all genders, but only if they're homosexual; i.e. idiots who are unintentionally giving fodder to religious-right nutbags by making an obvious mental decision to be attracted to someone based entirely off of their sexual identities, which is in itself being attracted to the assumed image of that sexual identity.

Actually, no. You're bisexual. In fact, all humans are. Ask a psychologist. Sorry.
I identify as queersexual, because all those blonde sorority girls are saying they're bi now. I really need to seem interesting and different.
av really?!? 7. april 2011