Most research points to that.babinro said:I instinctively assumed homosexual would be the 2nd most common by a landslide. Instead there are significantly more bisexuals. I wonder if this accurately represents society in general.
It most certainly is!Snowbell said:I'm an asexual but I'm still romantically attracted to men and have never considered dating a woman - is 'heteroromantic' a term?
Yes, I was aware that you are from (and were talking about) Sweden. I was saying that I hadn't had that experience in America, but that I'd heard other bisexual woman (mostly on the West Coast) complain about the same thing that you had mentioned. I've never been to Sweden, so I can't comment on the situation there (or anywhere aside from America - even when I've traveled abroad, I haven't exactly taken the time to examine the specific attitudes within the gay communities of other nations... although now that I type it, doing so sounds rather fascinating).Angelowl said:Not american, swedish.
The gist of it is pretty simple. Bisexual is attraction to male and female, where as pansexual is attraction to virtually anyone regardless of where they fall in the gender spectrum. (Male, Female, Trans, Cis, ect) And often times physical attraction doesn't play as large of a role in romantic interest as personality compatibility does. Basically like Bi, but more open and a few other different nuances.TheNewGuy said:I'm a bisexual cisgender male.
Hey, I have a question. What exactly is the difference between pansexuality and bisexuality? I know there is a difference, but I've never really been clear on what exactly it is. In fact I don't know much about pansexuality at all. Would you please elucidate me?