hi LGBT will somebody tell me the difference between bi and pansexual? i honestly dont see any real difference
pansexuals are just another pathetic creation of tumblr much like gender fluids and shit
They're all faggots as far I'm concerned, even asexuals are just repressed/closet gays.
Bisexuals are attracted to multiple genders, pansexuals are attracted to all genders. All pan people are technically bi, but not all bi people are pan.
Not necessarily, when an orientation is called [x]sexual it means x refers to a gender or sex. Otherwise people who want to fuck the same race would be called homosexual.
Under modern definitions bi has actually expanded to cover any number of genders.
>even asexuals are just repressed/closet gays.
I thought we were supposed to be special snowflake straight people?
>Bisexuals are attracted to multiple genders, pansexuals are attracted to all genders
>Under modern definitions bi has actually expanded to cover any number of genders.
There are literally two genders, fuck off back to Tumblr with that crap
>And in some cultures there are more than two genders, not everything is tumblr.
You're a fucking dumbass
You realize that "third gender" bullshit in other cultures is typically reserved for trannies, tomboys/femboys or gay/lesbians, or intersex people because they don't want to consider them normal boy/girls?
Intersex is BETWEEN the sexes and ever intersex person I've spoken to doesn't consider intersex as a third gender
Not to mention the kids who do get their intersex genitals mutilated at birth and end up having essentially a neovag
Do you really think bisexuals would be against fucking an intersex person?
Bi male here, our orientation needs defending...
Bi's are attracted to both, of the only two genders that exist. They like em both, they are attracted to men for their qualities, and to woman for theirs.
Pans on the other hand, while they are techinically Bi, aren't attracted to both genders via their qualities that each sex has, but rather the personality of the individual they are interested in. Pans don't take gender into account, but personality instead.
lmao nice post but can we talk about how there was no gender binary/concept of gender among yoruba people before colonialism?
what about nonbinary people that existed in pre colonial societies?
>lmao nice post but can we talk about how there was no gender binary/concept of gender among yoruba people before colonialism?
You can also talk about how people used to throw virgins into volcanoes