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  1. I feel like it's relevant to point out that there is a wikipedia page for aromanticism in Portuguese and Czech (though I don't understand Czech so can't speak for its quality). While the one in Portuguese is far from perfect, it's not bad, and most of the sources are in English, so I think it's worth checking out. Both of them are longer than the section under romantic orientation in English, too, so they might be a good point to expand on. 1. Portuguese page: https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arromanticidade briefly describes queerplatonic relationships, but doesn't mention them by name, instead using 'a type of platonic relationship'; mentions platoniromantic and quoiromantic by name as labels in the aromantic spectrum, both as 'having difficulty telling the difference between familial/platonic affection and romantic affection' (note: this is said in the introduction, there isn't a section listing common arospec identities); explains alloromanticism; mentions agamy, nonamory, polyamory and free love; overall, it's broader than the section under romantic attraction in English, but it also contains direct translations of most, if not all, of what is said there. 2. Czech page: https://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aromantick√°_orientace
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