pansexual-vs-bisexual

In this article we will define and focus on key difference between Bisexual and Pansexual.

“Summary (In A Nutshell) “

The differences between bisexual and pansexual people are very precise. Pansexual people can be considered as a big group of all genders which includes all genders whether gay, lesbian, trisexual as well as bisexual. Thus bisexual people are also part of the pansexual group. However, there has been a growing dissent between the two as pansexual are ignoring bisexuals as they believe they are greedy and spread diseases among all the gender communities.

Detail Analysis ( Deep Insight ) :-

Bisexual and Pansexual are two terms closely related types of a person on the basis of their sexual orientation.

 

Who is  bisexual?

Definition of bisexual

A person is called bisexual if he has a sexual orientation towards his/her opposite gender as well as his/her own gender. That is a male person feels attracted to females as well as males also. There are only two genders ( male and female) associated with this group.

 

Who is pansexual?

DEFINITION of pansexual

The word pansexual comes from latin word – pan, which means all .a person is called pansexual if he/she is sexually attracted to all genders – male, female, transgender, bisexual, trisexual. All the gender terms are associated with this group.

 

bisexual vs pansexual

Sr No. bisexual pansexual
1. Bisexual people are the one who are attracted to both male and female – that is a male is attracted sexually to female as well as male. Pansexual are the ones who are gender-blind and are attracted to all genders – male, female, transgender, bisexual, trisexual.
2. Every bisexual person is pansexual also. All pansexual people are not bisexual. However some of the people of pansexual group may be bisexual but not all.
3. A bisexual person considers both female andmale genders for sexual attraction andneglects 3rd gender. Pansexual considers all the genders (includes the 3rd genders –(lesbian, gay, straight, bisexual, transgenders)
4. Their representation flags have royal blue, magenta, and lavender strips in it, which signifies same gender attraction, opposite gender attraction and attraction to both genders, respectively. The pan-sexual flag has rose, blue, and gold strips in it which signify female, male, and third-gender respectively.

 

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