Pansexuality

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Pansexual people are people attracted to people regardless of their gender. The word pansexual comes from the Greek word 'pan-', meaning "all". Pansexual people are part of the LGBT community.

Bisexual people are sexually attracted to both sexes (males and females), usually to those who identify as boys or girls or as men or women, while pansexuality means sexual attraction to people of any gender (including those who may not identify as boys or girls or as men or women) or to those who are intersex. Pansexuality is opposite of asexuality, as pansexuality means a person may be sexually attracted to anyone, but asexuality means a person is sexually attracted to no one. However, pansexuals are not sexually attracted to everyone they meet, nor do they necessarily have strong sex drives.

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