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pansexual

adjective Referring to a person who is sexually and/or romantically attracted toward persons of any gender identity and/or biological sex.

noun A person who is sexually and/or romantically attracted toward persons of any gender identity and/or biological sex.
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Chad: I prefer pansexual, encompassing both genders, 'cause I think Beauty Pill is sexy.
I hope schools will realize it's less an exercise in tolerance than a platform for liberal groups to promote their pansexual agenda.
RULES OF ATTRACTION CERT 18, 110MINS A monumental box office disaster in America, hopefully UK tastes will be more inclined to favour this caustic and stylistically inventive update of Bret Easton Ellis' satirical 80s novel about the empty and destructive pansexual lives of GenX college thrillseekers.
He ought to have known that the quest for "agreeable sensations" would issue in a pansexual carnival.
Amorphously pansexual nightmares in Morris' early prose romance "Lindenborg Pool" lend collateral credibility to Markley's discernment of "homoerotic overtones" in Morris' "exten[sion of] the conventional boundaries of gender roles in order to allow his speaker to express an honest feeling of 'intense, unmixed love' for his lost friend.
But writer-director Greenwald, whose handful of films include the well-received drag western ``The Ballad of Little Jo,'' employs the concept as jumping-off point for a set of variations on modernity confronting tradition, pansexual politics and nature vs.
Some bloke in a newspaper called me 'a frolicky pansexual sex symbol for the new Millennium'.
Jack Smith's Flaming Creatures (1963) documents a roof-top orgy as a sort of homage to the Maria Montez "Arabian Nights" films of the 1940s, and has become justly famous for its gender-bending use of drag, transgendered performance, and pansexual address to mesmerize and enthrall its audiences.
The visual image of the love duet becomes a pansexual fantasy, an orgy of indiscriminate lovemaking" (pp.
Whereas the prohibitionists argue that everyone is heterosexual, the liberationists claim that all people are naturally pansexual, but that society pushes individuals to identify themselves as being of a certain sexual orientation.