Discussion in 'The Red Room' started by 14thDoctor, May 5, 2019.
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I think it was two separate statements (as in "some people are bisexual, but also some people are attracted to all genders"). There are people attracted to two genders, and then there are people who don't even consider knowing someone's gender a prerequisite to attraction. Those are pansexuals. Then again, a number of bisexuals tell me they believe in a gender spectrum, and are attracted to people along that spectrum, but still consider themselves bisexual, so it probably comes down to personal preference. There are people who feel bisexual and pansexual are similar enough to be interchangeable.
To be honest, you were the very first person I knew who came out as pansexual and for years, I had no idea how it differed from being Bi.
My take is that those who need the specific label know which one fits them best and some things ain't for straight people to know.
True. I don't really mind if someone refers to me as bisexual, or pansexual, or omnisexual, because for me they're all essentially similar enough to where the minor differences are more for philosophical debate rather than practical identity. That being said, some of those extremely minor differences matter to people, and they have every right to choose for themselves which term best suits them. I am attracted to lots of different people, and their gender doesn't even play into it. The bits and bobs that make up the physical aspects of our bodies only matters in so far that I'm satisfying the person who owns them.
Am I allowed to just be....verysexual?
That's up to you and one or both of your hands.
Trust me, my hands are really pretty deprived in that regard.
So you're saying that even you won't have sex with you. ?
Nah, just that I'm saving myself for you baby.
That boat has long since sailed.
You don't love me any more?
I don't even know your name or what you look like. Both would be prerequisites for me to love anyone.
That’s actually something of a debate in the bi community. Its essentially the same thing since most bi people say they’re attracted to all genders and pansexual say they’re attracted to people regardless of gender. I tend to use bisexual since I don’t have to explain it to people, saying I’m attracted to my own gender and everyone else’s as well. I think bisexual has just stuck around because a lot of us grew up knowing about it.
That would be a no, then? Fine, allow me.
The term "culture war" first came to prominence as a result of Patrick Buchanan's infamous speech at the 1992 Republican National Convention:
The theme was later taken up by Bill O'Reilley for
his 2006 book:
So from that we have a pretty good idea what the Conservative Culture Warrior agenda might be. Still not sure about the SJW agenda.
Not happy with that it seems?
Still curious about this "beta cuck" thing....
For the most part the SJW agenda seems to be treating other humans beings with respect. This libtard named Jesus called it a Golden Rule, but who did think he was? The son of God?
If you're going to start going by what Jesus said you should know that he mentioned "hell" more than any other person in the Bible.
You’ll get to know Hell very well.
You do not believe that as you do not believe in hell anyway.
You should though. But if Jesus is real, I’ll be happy to see you in Hell with me. I’ll still call you an idiot, it will be like old times.
Tell them John sent you, and every 10th immolation you'll receive a free frogurt.
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