There are many different identities within the LGBTQIA community, and there are often "umbrella" terms that can refer to multiple identities in a group. For example, someone who is genderfluid may also use the term "non-binary," as genderfluid falls under that umbrella.
The first umbrella is the term "Monosexal," which refers to people who are attracted to one gender and/or sex.
Second is the "Bisexual" Umbrella, which refers to people who are attracted to two or more genders and/or sexes.
Third is the "Asexual/Aromantic" Umbrella, which refers to people who are on the asexual/aromantic spectrum. This means that they often experience varying levels of romantic and sexual attraction for others.
The first is the "Non-Binary" Umbrella. This term is used to refer to gender identities that do not fall within a binary system, but rather on the gender spectrum.
Second is the "Transgender" Umbrella, which refers to people who do not primarily identify with the gender and/or sex they were assigned at birth.