Bisexuality and pansexuality share some common ground but differ in how they describe sexual attraction and preference.
Bisexuality is often understood as attraction to more than one gender or sex. People identifying as bisexual may feel attracted to both men and women, but this doesn't necessarily mean they find all genders equally attractive. Bisexuality can imply an attraction to both the same gender and other genders, yet it doesn't necessarily entail equal attraction to all genders.
Pansexuality extends beyond bisexuality by referring to attraction to individuals regardless of their gender or gender identity. Pansexual individuals feel attracted to people based on personality, regardless of whether they identify as male, female, non-binary, transgender, or another gender identity. It's more about being attracted to someone's character and personality than being specifically tied to certain genders.
The difference lies in the scope of attraction: bisexuality pertains to attraction to multiple genders, while pansexuality refers to attraction irrespective of gender. However, these definitions can vary for individuals because sexual orientation is a personal experience and can be different for everyone.
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