Anonymous asked: Woah woah woah I must blatantly disagree with that bi vs. pan anon and stand up for my pansexual peers right now. Bisexuality encompasses attraction to both male and female genders. There are simply more than just male/female genders in this day and age. In my opinion, and in my experience, a bisexual person may have a problem dating/romancing a genderfluid/trans/queer individual because they do not subscribe to one gender (male/female). Pansexual people do NOT use the label "pansexual" to glam
Thank you for sharing your views.
I would say that at least there exist pansexuals, including myself, who do not use the label for purposes of glamorizing themselves or otherwise to appear to be special at all; they may instead simply feel that the word suits them and describes their patterns of sexual attraction.
On the other hand, I have heard enough statements from people to the effect that some people do feel that the term Pansexual has a mystique about it, and choose that term because it seems to create an impression. I have heard this enough times to make me feel quite sure in stating that there are NO pans who have this motivation.
I do not know anyone like that, but then nobody I know in real life ever talks about their sexuality; that boat has sailed, for me, I think.