Polysexual would mean that someone is attracted to multiple genders, in any combination, not necessarily people who identify as men or women.
As an example, they could be attracted to women and non-binary people, but not men.”Consider pansexual attraction as being transcendent of gender, meaning: it isn’t limited by gender (internal awareness of a gender role or identity) or sex (anatomy of one’s reproductive system).
Notable pansexual celebrities include Jazz Jennings, Angel Haze, Laci Green, and most recently Miley Cyrus.
There has also been news that the new film adaptation of Marvel’s will feature a pansexual superhero — though the portrayal has been criticized by some.
One of the biggest downfalls in our education system is the lack of information readily available about sexuality.
Our mainstream culture has reached a point where we are all familiar with straight, gay, lesbian and bisexual lifestyles, but these labels still provide a very limited understanding of human sexuality.
Sometimes, pansexuality is used as a synonym for bisexuality or polysexuality, but this is not the case.
HB, a full-time student who identifies as pansexual explains, “Bisexual is often used to describe someone who is attracted to men and women, as opposed to heterosexual or homosexual.
It wasn’t until I was poking around on the internet that I came across the term “pansexual.” I’m likely more in the dark than most people on this; I didn’t even know the word pansexual existed until I was reading an article about County Clerk Kim Davis, who is currently refusing to give marriage certificates to gay couples because it violates her religious beliefs.
In the article, a couple, that included a transgender man and a woman, had come out stating that Davis had issued a certificate to them (to make a point about how she had already technically violated her beliefs by supporting the LGBT community).
bisexuals experience attraction to people of any 2 genders (or to people of more than 2 genders; more on this later.) 5. many bisexuals are not only familiar with and comfortable with non-binary trans* people, but are attracted to non-binary trans*people. “i love people” just means you’re not a total zoophile and is not a stand-alone definition of pansexuality. your gender expression probably matches your gender, insofar as it makes sense to you. for instance, you don’t have to be attracted to all body types equally.