Bisexuals And Pansexuals To Meet To Discuss Whether Or Not They Are They Same Thing

Written by Monkey Woods

Tuesday, 14 January 2020

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To try to resolve the ongoing confusion over whether or not Bisexuals and Pansexuals are the same thing, a conference on the subject has been announced, and will take place in February in London.

The issue has been brought to a head by Lib Dem MP, Layla Moran, who, on 3 January, revealed to the world that she was Pansexual - a term that means someone who is attracted to another person 'regardless of that person's sexuality'.

A bisexual, meanwhile, is someone who is attracted to people 'who are either male or female', which, it could be argued, is essentially the same thing as Pansexual.

According to the charity the LGBT Foundation:

"Being bisexual means being attracted to more than one gender, while being pansexual means being attracted to people regardless of gender. Pansexuality is different from bisexuality - but they are not mutually exclusive and some people identify as both".

Rival charity, Stonewall, disagree. They say being Bisexual is the same as being Pansexual.

Many people have been left confused.

As there are only two genders - male and female - then not being bothered which of the genders you are attracted to, and, in fact, being attracted to either, means you could quite reasonably be termed either Bisexual or Pansexual.

The two groups will get together on 4 February to 'thrash out their differences' - if there are any - and, no doubt, form some new and sickening relationships.

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