TrickyCreatureFeatured By OwnerNov 7, 2011Hobbyist General Artist
BIsexuality thinks there are only two sexes and you love both of them. Pansexuality says "Fuck Bi-polarity!", because genders are flowing, and loves undefined persons, hermaphrodites, other intergendered people and transpeople as well. There aren't two exactly defined poles and nothing between it, but a whole lot of other genders or sexes. Bisexuality still is caught by the heteronormative thought of bi-polarity, pansexuality isn't.
Don't let those guys ruin your day or something. Thanks for making something wonderful like that. I think this fits pansexuality just perfectly. An panromantics too (Thats what I am xD) Those Pan-haters should already go away...
That's the romantic way of saying it, it's also called doing the nasty, fucking, having sex, making babies, as well as all other colorful phrases. Sexuality has nothing to do with love. It's all about what set of genitals you find yourself attracted to. Love has nothing to do with sex. You can be in love with the person you fuck but you don't have to be to fuck.
Yes, it is the 'romantic way' of suggesting 'making love', but many feel that it is sharing 'something' between the two. There is nothing wrong with sexual intercourse (in general). Sexuality does have a connection to love, but not always. Some people can go their entire lifetime without ever 'making love'.
I do have to disagree with Medics with sexuality based on both being romantically and sexually being in love with someone. (Even if they all have the word "sex" within their titles.)
"Pansexual people are people attracted to people without considering their gender. The word pansexual comes from the Greek word 'pan-', meaning 'all'. Pansexual people are part of the LGBT community."
"Pansexuality is different from bisexuality. Bisexual people are attracted to both men and women, but pansexual people are attracted to any people. This includes people who are neither male nor female. Pansexuality is the opposite asexuality, as pansexuality means a person may be sexually attracted to anyone, but asexuality means a person is sexually attracted to no one."
"A form of sexuality often confused or intermeshed in definition with bisexualaty (an attraction towards both physical sexes: male and female). Pansexuality is, in truth, a much broader form of sexual orientation, in which the pansexual individual experiences sexual attraction towards members of ALL genders (not to be confused with sexes, which is purely physical--gender has to do with the psychological), including transgender, transsexual, cross dressing, androgyne, androgen, two-spirited, gender-fliud, and all other variety of gender identitfications, as well as those who do not feel that they have a gender."
So, Medics, you were right on the "gender" versus "sex" definition. One of the quotes above do say that they are usually 'interchangeable'. Switching around "gender" and "sex" in my side of the disagreement (wherever necessary), I have been correct.
"The difference between Pansexuality and Bisexuality is that bisexuals are attracted to their own sex and the opposite sex. Pansexuals do not care about gender. Ill take a term 'Gender blind' I think it's the best term I have learned to have people understand. The thing, gender doesn't matter to me."