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What are your thoughts on the relationship between being Pan and being Bi? I personally have a hard time differentiating the two most of the time. I know that sometimes Pansexuals like to say that being Pan means that they love without gender, but... doesn't being bisexual mean that as well?
I know that as a bisexual, I definitely love without gender. I mean, the things I'm interested in people that I might potentially love usually involves intelligence, and a pretty good conversationalist. I just don't /care/ about gender! Yes, I do find males and females attractive in the biological sense, but what I'm really attracted to is mostly androgyny and masculinity in both looks and personality.
So, anyone have any ideas? Perhaps there's more to Pansexuality that I'm aware of. Or maybe once again I'm over complicating things.
I don't even know exactly what Pansexuality is! There goes a new term! I think it should just be fluid.
Whomever you love. Want to spend your life with, or some of it. In a relationship.
I hate that society wants to create a label for every little tiny thing.
Just be yourself. Sex whoever you are attracted to, of course, if you're single...or in acceptance of your partner.
I can fall in love with either gender. As long as they are my type...which really...I don't even know what my type is. I just like being drawn to an individual. And if they have a penis or a vagina, that doesn't matter to me.
Sexuality is so fluid, and I love that it isn't sooooo black and white. Why must labels be that way?
Ah, that's a great way of thinking that I've been trying to live by recently. I've noticed that a lot of kids in my generation have desperate been trying to label and relabel every little thing. There are names for sexual identity, sexuality, gender identity, etc. For example, did you know that there's a term for someone who is mostly attracted to a person only when they have an emotional attraction? And here I thought that was just about... everyone on the face of the Earth.
I guess it makes it a bit confusing and overwhelming for someone who's still trying to come to terms with things. But, yeah, I agree... The labels are unnecessary.