There's a common misconception that the word 'bisexual' means 'someone who is attracted to the two binary genders', but this isn't really the case; generally, the word means (and is used to mean) 'attracted to people of my gender and people not of my gender'. As such, it can have broadly the same meaning as 'pansexual' - and the two terms are increasingly often used interchangeably by people to whom both can apply. Whichever you prefer, it's absolutely vital to remember that bisexuals aren't on the fence, waiting to choose or 50/50 - they're simply capable of being attracted to people of all and any genders.
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Simply put, it is being attracted to both men and women equally or you may like one gender more than the other. There are no hard and fast rules about it at all!
What is the difference between being bisexual and pansexual?
Pansexual is when a person is attracted to people of all different gender identities as opposed to just being attracted to men and women in a binary way. If you're attracted to more than just men and women you are more likely to be pansexual but in the end it's totally up to you to decide.
How do you know if you’re bisexual?
If you are attracted to both males and females, that's a good indication. You may prefer one over the other, but that's okay. If you’re also attracted to other genders, such as genderfluid, genderqueer and trans, you're likely to be pansexual.
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