People may refer to sexual orientation as bisexuality or pansexuality. Bisexuality is a term that describes a desire to be attracted to people of different genders. Pansexuality is defined as an attraction that is not gender-specific.
Bisexuality may be defined by a person's attraction to both males and females for some people. Others may interpret it as a desire to be attracted to people of various genders.
Some people may object to the term since it implies only two genders. Many bisexuals, on the other hand, recognize the existence of several genders. Others who identify as pansexual are likely to be attracted to people who do not identify as a specific gender. People who are pansexual may characterize their attraction as being more focused on personality than gender.
For example, people with a pansexual orientation may feel an attraction to the personality of someone who is agender. They might equally find a female, male, or gender-fluid person attractive.
It is important to note that identifying as pansexual does not mean feeling attracted to everyone.