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It's sort of the same, but it sidesteps the real or imagined connotation that "Bi" excludes an attraction to trans/queer/enby etch.
Speaking as the other resident furry here I mostly agree with this. For the most part I agree that sexuality gender and romance are huge grey areas and the old binary labels are only a small part of the story, but on the other hand a lot of it is peacocking, a lot of it is young people confused or traumatised or just trying to find where they fit it.
I see a lot of people who describe themselves as demisexual, who wear the label as a super special badge of pride proving that they've better than everyone else, in reality all it really means is that they're turned off by the thought of sleeping with random strangers which is perfectly healthy.
And regarding ace/asexual, in some people this can be a real and genuine thing, but for many people they simply have no sex drive due to depression or chronic stress or poor physical health etc. but then they make this their identity.