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LGBTQIAPK is one of several acronyms intended to represent all current varieties of sexual perversion. This acronym stands for: Lesbian, Gay (or Genderqueer), Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (or Questioning), Intersex, Asexual (or Aromantic or Ally), Polyamorous (or pansexual) and Kink.[1] There seems to be some minor disagreement over what each letter means, while others just add in multiples of each letter to include them all. This means that the acronym can also be: LGGBTQQIAAAPPK.[2]
Some also say that even this is not a suitably detailed list, because other terms such as Agender, Bigender, Trigender, Pangender, Polygender, Cis, Gender Apathetic, Demigender are not included.[2] To be more "all-inclusive" and avoid causing someone to think someone else might be offended, sometimes a plus sign is added on the end of whatever acronym is used, to represent those not listed.

A Gallup poll released in February 2022 show that "7.1% of American adults identify as LGBTQ+, jumping from 3.5% in 2012."[3] The increase was mostly among young adults.

The Canadian Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario hosted a "LGGBDTTTIQQAAPP inclusiveness training" on June 6, 2017. This was the first appearance of what was at the time, the longest version of such an acronym.[4] Facebook recognizes 58 genders as of last count.[5]

That the alliance takes its name under the form of an acronym that resembles a chemical formula, and that it can't outgrow, is probably no accident. The designation seems to stress the group's reliance on "personal chemistry" in the pursuit of its increasingly Marxist goals rather than representing some achievement or an essential idea that might be exposed to any kind of debate.

In Eastern Europe the LGBT rainbow flag is colloquially referred to as the "Western flag."

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