In the many years before I learned about the identity tag Queer, I also used the generic label to recognize my identity. In the world of the sexual minority, “pansexuality” is already a no-nonsense identity label. But pansexuals, especially women, have always had a special situation and experience. Today to share these experiences with you at the same time, we also want to bring attention to this topic of friends to science some basic facts about pansexuality. Half of the people think you’re Lara, and the other half think you’re a straight girl. But in fact, pansexuality is a completely different, complete gender identity from homosexuality and heterosexuality. To talk about our sexually relevant identity attributes, we first need to understand the concepts of gender and sexual orientation. Gender means what gender you think you are. Do you think you’re a man? Is it a woman? Transgender? Is it cool that doesn’t need to be defined by gender labels? Wait a minute. (Note: All sexual minorities, all those who don’t want to be defined by regular gender, sexual orientation labels, are cool.) Sexual orientation refers to what kind of gender you are attracted to. What gender do you think people of that sex can feel sexual impulses and romantic thoughts? You’re attracted to men? Attracted to women? Attracted to transgender people? Or do you feel like you’ve been confused lately? Wait a minute. Pansexuality is a sexual orientation. First, it does not affect a person’s gender identity. A pansexual, maybe a man, maybe a woman, maybe a transgender person. Transsexuality only means that you have the potential to have sexual desire for men, romantic ideas, but also sexual desire for women, romantic ideas potential. Pansexuality is a stable state of sexual orientation. It will not be changed by the gender identity of the partner at the time. A pansexual, at this time the partner is the same sex is also good, is the opposite sex is also good, ta identity is still pansexual. Pansexuality doesn’t mean there are two partners of different genders at the same time, as the article continues. The reason why pansexuality is a new identity label is not currently talked about, because the word “pan-sex” itself implies the gender identity of the binary. In other words, it implies that a person is either a woman or a man. This is contrary to the multi-gender identity advocated by postmodern gender research theory. The advanced version of pansexuality is called “pansexuality”, which is to be attracted to people of multiple gender identities. Ms. Li’s partner is a transgender person (biologically female, but psychologically identified as male), so Ms. Li’s sexual orientation is not homosexual, nor heterosexual, but pansexual.
2. People will say that you have twice as many choices as your pansexual choices! In fact, pansexuality is a sexual orientation that is less desirable in both the gay and heterosexual communities. It is not uncommon for homosexuals to demean and discriminate against pansexuals. Fewer people are actually able to accept that they are dating pansexuals.
3. People will always ask, do you always like men while you like women? For pansexual women, there are many stigmatized stereotypes. For example, pansexual women have sex with women to get men’s attention (because many men think sex between women is sexy); or, pansexual women are only temporarily confused about their sexual orientation (they will find themselves either heterosexual or gay in the future); pansexual women are lewd; pansexual women are greedy, and pansexual women are bound to cheat). In fact, pansexuality implies the potential to be “attractive to men or women”, but does not mean that sexual desire for men and women occurs at the same time. Whether a person likes two people at the same time is determined by the deep complexity of human nature, a question that exists for anyone of any gender identity. Whether a person chooses to be with two people at the same time is determined by values and has nothing to do with gender or sexual orientation. Pansexuality means that when I am attracted to a person, that person’s gender may be male or female. That’s all about the impact of this gender identity. Moreover, a pansexual does not necessarily mean that ta feel the same level of attraction for both sexes. Generally speaking, a pansexual person has certain preferences in both sexes, such as “more attractive to men, but also women.” “Be aware that this attraction must be romantic and sexually oriented. Intimacy with same-sex couples does not amount to general sexuality.
4. What are the experiences of pansexual women on social networks? As a pansexual, I have open sexual orientation tags on some social networks. I’ll probably meet some of the following people on the Internet: a small number are straight men who find female pansexuality sexy; a small number are lesbians who don’t want to be in a pansexual relationship (who think pansexuality cheats their feelings); a small number are normal, friendly human beings; and most couples who want to find someone 3p… 5. Do you really think you’re as straight as a steel plate? In 2009, the American Psychological Association awarded its Distinguished Book of Excellence in the Sexual Minority to Lisa M. Diamond, an American feminist and psychologist, for formally introducing the concept of sexual fluidity. Simply put, the latest theory of gender studies holds that a person’s sexual orientation is not the same for a lifetime. There is no eternal homosexuality, there is no eternal heterosexuality, only this moment of homosexuality, and this moment of heterosexuality. A large 2011 U.S. study of human sexual orientation found that 0.78 percent of straight men and 1.36 percent of straight women changed their identity after 10 years of follow-up, from heterosexual to other sexual orientations. Also, several studies have shown that women are much more sexually fluid than men. Women are more likely to have to change sexual orientations. Sexual orientation is most fluid among 14-21-year-olds. Today we use this essay to tell you the basic facts about pansexuality, but we’d like to tell you that you don’t have to find a label for your identity classification. Human emotions are complex, contradictory, and different. A lot of times we have to get to know it in a crudely simplified way. For example, we always try to put the original unique feelings, forced into friendship, affection, love classification. For example, each of us may have been at some stage in our ups and about, and had an incomparable, possessive, intimate love for a certain same-sex person. When we encounter feelings that cannot be classified, we feel that such unclassifiable feelings are “unjustified” and “unreasonable”, resulting in confusing, confusing negative feelings that were originally unnecessary, because the love between me and that person is unique. The sincerity I feel is far more important than whether this love can find its place in the mass discourse system. What do you think?