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A pansexual could be open to someone who is male, female, transgender, intersex, or agendered/genderqueer. [1]

Pansexuality, often shortened to pans, is the opposite of asexuality. The word comes from the prefix "pan-", Greek, meaning "all." Pansexuality or gender-blindness is the attraction to or willingness to have a sexual relationship with someone regardless of their sex or gender-identity, arguing that gender is a social construct. This is different than bisexuality because it includes people that do not fall on the gender binary. It is also different from omnisexuality as some omnisexuals may have a gender preference.

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