For some people, the prospect of gender when forming a relationship or sexual attraction never comes into the equation. But what does the term 'pansexual' mean and how is it different to bisexuality? Queer advocacy organisation GLAAD broadly defines being pansexual as 'being attracted to all gender identities, or attracted to people regardless of gender. I'll date anyone. It's more that I love someone for their soul. Alexa, 25, told Teen Vogue that she figured out her pansexual identity when she fell in love with another woman, post-college: 'I wouldn't go so far [as] to say I'm gender-blind; I work off energy.
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Pansexuality: What does it mean and how is it different from being bisexual?
What Does 'Pansexual' Mean? Behind the Rise of the Word | Time
People of all sexualities are welcomed at Pride, but there's been a recent blowback against the term "bisexual. The term pansexual was birthed out of the confusion, and to create a definitive and more inclusive label. This has led to in-fighting between members of the community, who are upset that their bisexual identity is being replaced by another label. The meaning of pansexual is clear: someone who is attracted — either emotionally, physically or both — to all genders. This includes cisgender, transgender, agender and gender nonconforming individuals. Because of this, many folks, perhaps even the majority of people, believe that a bisexual person is attracted to only two genders: cisgender men and cisgender women.
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What’s the Real Difference between Bi- and Pansexual?
I n early January, British lawmaker Layla Moran announced on Twitter that she had fallen in love with a woman. Others mocked her. There is never a single, definitive answer to a question about a term that has highly individualized meaning, but as the word pansexual has become increasingly popular, themes have emerged. To some, pansexual feels more expansive. There are hundreds of terms now in use to describe where people have found themselves on the spectra of gender and sexuality; the word suggests a lack of limitations, whether the potential partner considers themselves to be female or male, nonbinary or agender or anything else.
Pansexuality is sexual , romantic , or emotional attraction towards people regardless of their sex or gender identity. Pansexuality may be considered a sexual orientation in its own right or a branch of bisexuality , to indicate an alternative sexual identity. Pansexuality is also sometimes called omnisexuality.