Here are some words which are commonly used when discussing demisexuality. As you can see, demisexuals find it useful to describe their romantic orientations separately from their sexual orientations. They also find it useful to differentiate between the many ways you can be attracted to a person.
ace – short for asexual.
aesthetic attraction – a desire to appreciate someone’s appearance (often by looking at them).
allosexual – a person who experiences sexual attraction, or a person who is not on the asexual spectrum.
asexual – a person who does not experience sexual attraction.
asexual spectrum – a group of identities including asexuality, gray-asexuality, and demisexuality.
biromantic – feeling romantic attraction to two or more genders.
celibacy – a lifestyle choice of abstaining from sex.
demisexual – a person who only feels sexual attraction after forming an emotional bond.
gray-asexual – a person who identifies strongly with asexuality, but may not necessarily identify as asexual.
heteroromantic – feeling romantic attraction to a gender other than one’s own.
homoromantic – feeling romantic attraction to one’s own gender.
libido – sex drive, a biological drive like hunger, which may or may not be targeted at a person.
panromantic – feeling romantic attraction to all genders/regardless of gender.
platonic attraction – a desire for friendship or a close, non-romantic relationship.
queer – can be used as an umbrella term for the entire LGBT+ community, or an identity word indicating an unspecified LGBT+ identity. Use with caution, as it has a history as a slur.
romantic attraction – a desire for a romantic relationship or romantic feelings.
sensual attraction – a desire for touching someone in a non-sexual way (ex: cuddling, hugging, etc.)
sex averse – sometimes a synonym of sex repulsed; feeling uncomfortable with sex, and possibly also depictions of or anything related to sex.
sex drive – libido, a biological drive like hunger, which may or may not be targeted at a person.
sex indifferent – being okay with sex, but also being okay without it.
sex repulsed – feeling disgusted and/or discomforted by sex, and possibly also depictions of or anything related to sex.
sexual attraction – the desire to participate in sexual activity with someone or have sexual contact with them.
sexual desire – the desire for sexual activity, which when pointed towards a person, is sexual attraction.
touch averse – not wanting to touch or be touched by other people.