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'''Pansexuality''', or '''omnisexuality'''<ref>[http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/omnisexual The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language] - Fourth Edition. Retrieved February 9, 2007, from Dictionary.com website</ref> is a [[sexual orientation]] characterized by the potential for [[aesthetic]] attraction, [[romantic love]], or [[sexual desire]] for people, regardless of their [[gender identity]] or [[sex|biological sex]]. 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.<ref>Diamond, L., & Butterworth, M. (2008). Questioning gender and sexual identity: Dynamic links over time. ''Sex Roles''. Published online March 29, 2008.</ref>
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'''Pansexuality''', or '''omnisexuality'''<ref>[http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/omnisexual The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language] - Fourth Edition. Retrieved [[February 9]], [[2007]], from Dictionary.com website</ref> is a [[sexual orientation]] characterized by the potential for [[aesthetic]] attraction, [[romantic love]], or [[sexual desire]] for people, regardless of their [[gender identity]] or [[sex|biological sex]]. 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.<ref>Diamond, L., & Butterworth, M. (2008). Questioning gender and sexual identity: Dynamic links over time. ''Sex Roles''. Published online March 29, 2008.</ref>
   
 
The word pansexual is derived from the [[Ancient Greek|Greek]] prefix ''pan-'', meaning "all". In its simplest form, pansexuality denotes the potential of sexual attraction to all genders and beings. It is intended to negate the idea of two genders (as expressed by bi-)
 
The word pansexual is derived from the [[Ancient Greek|Greek]] prefix ''pan-'', meaning "all". In its simplest form, pansexuality denotes the potential of sexual attraction to all genders and beings. It is intended to negate the idea of two genders (as expressed by bi-)
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*[[Polysexuality]]
 
*[[Polysexuality]]
 
*[[Pangender]]
 
*[[Pangender]]
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[[Category:Terminology]]
 
[[Category:Sexual orientation]]
 
[[Category:Sexual orientation]]

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