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Monosexuality is a sexual orientation defined with attraction to one gender/sex. Monosexual groups both homosexual and heterosexual people with androsexual and gynesexual non-binary individuals. This may or may not include skoliosexuality adherently.[1][2] The label is meant to include anyone that is not bisexual.[3][4][5][6]

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