• come to think of it... aint thy both the same???... (scratchin her hed!!!... )... peace!!!
  • Bisexuality indicates one has sexual relations with both sexes; omnisexuality infers one has sexual relations not only with people, but with "anything", which would or could imply animals and/or inanimate objects.
  • bisexual, sexually attracted to both male and female (2 sexes) omnisexual partisipate in sex with whoever without putting them in distinct groups :)
  • Bisexuality is attraction to both traditional male and female genders. An omnisexual (or pansexual) person could be attracted to someone who is male, female, transgender, intersex, or agendered/genderqueer. It does NOT mean attraction to inanimate objects or animals. It means attraction to all people, regardless of gender or sexuality. I'm bisexual, but not omnisexual, because I'm not attracted to transgender people, among others.
  • Ok .... I went and looked it up . Here is what I found as I ccp'd the answer ... Pansexuality, or "Omnisexuality" is a sexual orientation characterized by the potential for aesthetic attraction, romantic love, or sexual desire for people, regardless of their gender identity or biological sex. Thus, pansexuality includes potential attraction to people who do not fit into the gender binary of male/female. Some pansexuals suggest that they are gender-blind; that gender and sex are insignificant or irrelevant in determining whether they will be sexually attracted to others. The word pansexual is derived from the Greek prefix pan-, meaning "all". In its simplest form, pansexuality denotes the potential of sexual attraction to all genders. It is intended to negate the idea of two genders (as expressed by bi-). The adjective pansexual may also be applied to organizations or events. In this context, the term usually indicates an openness to the involvement of people of all genders and sexual orientations in said organization/event, as well as the pansexual sexual identity. [edit] Pansexuality versus bisexuality Bisexuality is a sexual orientation characterized by attraction to both men and women. Unlike pansexuality, it does not specifically include people who fall outside the gender binary. Pansexuality has been described as a "means to skip the binaries and essentialism of 'bi'." However, many people who identify as bisexual are actually attracted to people who fall outside the gender binary. These people, who could be described as pansexual, have a variety of reasons for identifying as bisexual, including widespread unfamiliarity with the term "pansexual" as well as its negative connotations for some people.
  • Interesting. I don't necessarily agree, but, oh well...*lol* It's all in fun anyway...

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