→Pansexuality versus bisexuality: bisexuality = same and other genders not male and female.
==Pansexuality versus bisexuality==
The terms "pansexual" and "bisexual" are not mutually exclusive. Pansexuality is inclusive of bisexuality (attraction to both
males and females) but additionally includes attraction to other [[gender]]s and [[sex]]es such as those identifying as [[genderqueer]], [[bigender]], [[intersexuality|intersex]], or [[genderfuck]].<ref>Haritaworn, Jin, Chin-ju Lin, and Christian Klesse. "Poly/Logue: A Critical Introduction to Polyamory." ''Sexualities'' 9.5 (2006): 515-29.</ref> In this sense, it necessarily rejects the concept of a gender binary, which some bisexuals may not reject. To this end, pansexuality as a concept has been criticized as a "means to skip the binaries and essentialism of 'bi'."[http://thirdspace.ca/articles/pr_pel.htm]
== See also ==