Pansexual is the same as bisexual
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Pan- : from a Greek term meaning "all" or "every"
Bi- : also from a Greek term, meaning "two"
"Bisexuality implies a potential for romantic/sexual attraction to either both genders (man and woman) or both sexes (male and female). The literal definition of the word does not include inter-sex or gender nonconforming people the way that pan-sexuality does."
"Bisexual is being sexually attracted to both genders, male and female, while pan-sexual is being capable of having romantic feelings and attraction to males, females, and third gendered individuals."
"Bisexual identity more so establishes attraction to both genders, whereas pan-sexual identity more so recognizes the existence of other genders (third genders) and the capacity to be sexually attracted to individuals identifying as these various genders."
"The bisexual and pan-sexual communities have their own flags, colors, and ideologies.
Pan sexual identity is more accommodating for individuals who engage in relationships with people of varying genders and sexualities."
My quotes have clearly stated that bisexuality is not the same as pan-sexuality. As bisexuality is only the attraction of boys and girls, ad pan-sexuality is the attraction to all genders and identities.
http://www.oddee.com...) I Believe most of them would find her attractive.
The problem with that? That specific woman is transgendered, she was born a man. I considered myself a heterosexual cisgendered man, but if I saw a woman like that at party, I'd hit on her most likely, but if I found out she was transgendered I'd run into a real dilemma, eh?
Same thing can be applied for a lot of stuff, transvestites, intersex, hermaphodites, and more can be VERY Attractive and convincing, and there's at least one model of the above mentioned "other" genders I'm SURE A Bisexual, Straight or Gay Person would be attracted to, so in the end there really is no single sexuality, all just varying degrees of pansexuality.
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Vote Placed by YaHey 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro made a point that all sexualities were true, and while it wasn't aptly addressed by Con, it was a rather weak argument for a weak position. Con used more sources, and Pro's source didn't work for me.
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