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      Pan Visibility Day

      Pan Visibility Day

      Today is Pansexual Visibility Day! Today we celebrate and recognize those who identify as pansexual.  Here are some facts you should know.

      1. The word pansexuality originally comes from Greek. Pan means ‘all’, and is related to words like panorama. Pansexual people aren’t attracted to all other people, but they are attracted to people of all genders. This is different from being attracted to everyone; in the same way that a heterosexual woman will not be attracted to all men and a lesbian woman will not be attracted to all women, pansexual people will experience attraction to specific people and not others.

      2. It’s nothing to do with saucepans or frying pans. This is a tired, old joke that isn't very funny! 

      3. Pansexuality is different from bisexuality but the two aren’t mutually exclusive. Being bisexual means being attracted to more than one gender, while being pansexual means being attracted to people regardless of gender. Pansexuality and bisexuality are not in conflict. In fact, some bisexual people also identify as pansexual, and vice versa. Pansexuality is included under the bisexual umbrella, which covers anyone who experiences sexual or romantic attraction to more than one gender.

      4. Being pansexual is just one part of who someone is. A pansexual person may also be trans, or disabled, or a person of colour, or all three. Pansexual people come in all ages and sizes and enjoy a range of activities and hobbies. On pansexual visibility day it’s important to remember that we’re celebrating pansexual people from all backgrounds and all walks of life.

      Happy Pansexual Visibility Day! We’d love to see your pansexual selfies or your pansexual solidarity selfies on social media using the hashtags #iamenough #youareenough #pansexual

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