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One fascinating memory that I will always cherish is when I was attending an evangelical protestant church and on the way out they handed everyone “say no to gay marriage” signs. So my brother and I reached the people giving them out on the way out and we said we didn’t want any because we were pro same sex marriage.

They were aghast. In this, their church?! People disagreeing? My brother was more vocal about it and they kind of looked at him as if he were Satan. Then an old lady said that I should pray and she’d pray for me and that it’s “Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve.”

Like this is an experience that I have had.

I have heard people in real life say that Nixon was a good president.

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jonpertwee:

The most accepted and generally agreed upon definition of bisexuality is the attraction to genders similar to one’s own and genders different from one’s own.

So what separates it from polysexuality then?

*Shrug* In my opinion, polysexuality is a sub-set of bisexuality.

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What’s so strange about it? :)

It feels like it should be the other way around!

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wackd:

Bisexuals are attracted to members of their own gender and at least one other gender.

Polysexuals are attracted to members of multiple genders, but not necessarily their own. And it has nothing do do with the number of people in a relationship, that’s polyamory.

And pansexuals do not have gender as a factor in determining who they’re attracted to.

Are these definitions basically correct, or have I made an error somewhere? If so please tell me!

My understanding is that the above distinction between “bisexual” and “pansexual” is used most often as a blunt instrument against self-identified bisexuals BY certain, presumably very small, fragments of the pansexual community, in an effort to portray people who identify as bisexual as somehow less progressive, or as transphobic, or something else, for reasons unknown.

jonpertwee has run into that issue pretty frequently so I’m sure they can offer more insight.

The most accepted and generally agreed upon definition of bisexuality is the attraction to genders similar to one’s own and genders different from one’s own.