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Taynuzzuft (S Teglizit: Monosexuality) d alda arumantik neɣ azzufan i yudmawen n yiwet n tewsit kan.[1] dɣa amdan aynuzzuf yezmer ad iguccel tasenfeluzzuft (Heterosexuality) neɣ tibruwtemt (Homosexuality).

Deg udiwenni n taɣda tazzufant ( Sexual orientation), irem-a yettusemres s talɣa tagejdant d amudem neɣ de anemgal]] n tasnuzzuft (Bisexuality)[2]

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  1. Zhana Vrangalova, Ph.D., September 27, 2014, Psychology Today, Strictly Casual: What research tells us about the whos, whys, and hows of hookups[dead link], Retrieved Oct. 2, 2014, "...or monosexuality (attraction to only one sex)...."
  2. ELISABETH SHEFF, Georgia State University Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, Vol. XX No. X, Month 2005 1-34, DOI: 10.1177/0891241604274263, 2005 Sage Publications, POLYAMOROUS WOMEN: SEXUAL SUBJECTIVITY AND POWER, Retrieved Oct. 2, 2014, "....Dylan’s relationships with men and women each had distinct qualities that she felt a monosexual relationship could not hope to satisfy..."