Trigonosexual is the proper term to use when someone relates to trigonometric functions, or, on a general term, to any mathematical function that is continuous and has real solutions. (For un-real solutions use Unreallysexual).
Check here for some inspiring functions: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trigonometric_functions (Keep in mind wikipedia may be offensive towards Trigonosexual people as it refers to the functions as non-human)
It's recommended you refer to them as their function + ``sexual`` adapting for offensive sounding names (``arctansexual`` is offensive to Electrosexual people as it refers to a metal band that criticised them).
Prefered prefixes are:
- [Their function]([Watever you want to say to them]): Hey, does sin(want a drink)?
- Trig: Hey, does trig want a drink?
- Trigm: Do you know what trigm favourite function is?
but trig may choose whatever trighm choice is.
- It may seem funny to call them "robots", as they use numbers, and numbers are for robots. They are not, and referring to them as so is highly offensive.
- Many mathematicians secretly referred to their gender as "interest in mathematics", such as Einstein or Darwin.
- Even though the gender is called "Trigonosexual" all continuous and with real solution genders fit here