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Friday, 28 August 2015

Is there something in your pocket, or are ya just glad to see me?

Dear Readers: You might remember yesterday (If you don't then ya got Alzheimer's) when I said that Transgender is the new Gay, which basically means that it has taken the place of being Gay n the public awareness.

WELL!

Miley Cyrus is back in the news again! (If she ever left it to begin with!)

Yup, Miley is a pansexual folks!

 

Confused? Well let me 'splain it to ya, and then I will have a comment at the end!

By  Senior Editor, News & Analytics, The Huffington Post

Bisexual people are attracted sexually and romantically to both males and females, and are capable of engaging in sensual relationships with either sex. Despite being able to form meaningful, lasting relationships with both sexes, bisexual individuals may, to a small or large degree, have a preference for one sex over the other.

Similarly, pansexual people may be sexually attracted to individuals who identify as male or female; however, they may also be attracted to those who identify as intersex, third-gender, androgynous, transsexual, or the many other sexual and gender identities.

The latter distinction is what draws the line between pansexuality and bisexuality. People who self-identify as pansexual do so with purpose, to express that they are able to be attracted to various gender and sexual identities, whether they fall within the gender binary or not.

Recognition of the existence of different genders and sexualities is a major aspect of pansexual identity. Pansexual people are bisexual, in-fact; however, bisexuality does not place the same emphasis on sexual and gender identity awareness, but more simply indicates attraction to the two (generally accepted) biological sexes. 

There is some controversy over the two labels, as some in the bisexual community feel as though the pansexual label is a form of bisexual erasure and that the bisexual identity is already inclusive of those who have an attraction to those who fall anywhere along the gender continuum and outside of it.

There is a feeling that pansexual people are simply avoiding the bisexual label due to the stigmas associated with it (that bisexual people are simply greedy and promiscuous, and spread disease among both the heterosexual and homosexual communities). Conversely, many in the pansexual community feel as though these beliefs are forms of prejudice and pansexual erasure.

Not only those who identify as biologically male or female identify as bisexual, the gender identities of people who use and feel comfortable with this label vary.

The pansexual label; however, is more accommodating for those, regardless of their own gender identity, who sometimes do not fit neatly into the male or female genders, for example, when people who are engaged in a homosexual or heterosexual relationship and their partner transitions from male-to-female or female-to-male. Although, some choose to take on change their sexual identity according to the gender to which their partner has transitioned, an increasing number have chosen to self-label as pansexual, queer, or one of the other non-monosexual identities. 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/miley-cyrus-comes-out-pansexual_55e05c7be4b0aec9f352d9f4?utm_hp_ref=entertainment&ir=Entertainment&section=entertainment

YOU SEE, BOYS AND GIRLS, IF YOU HAD TAKEN THE NEW ONTARIO SEX EDUCATION COURSE FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL KIDS BETWEEN THE AGE OF 6 TO 13, YA WOULD HAVE KNOWN ALL THIS STUFF!

What does the new curriculum look like?

It will teach students in Grade 1 the proper names for body parts. Grade 2 students will learn about the broad concept of consent by being told that no means no. Concepts of gender identity will be introduced in Grade 3, though the curriculum doesn't get explicit and positions sexual orientation as one of the potential qualities that distinguish people from one another.

Discussions about puberty move to Grade 4 from Grade 5, while education about intercourse will take place the following year. Masturbation and "gender expression" will be taught in Grade 6, while kids in Grades 7 and 8 will discuss contraception, anal and oral sex, preventing pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.

LISTEN BUNKY, THE OLDER I GET, THE MORE CONSERVATIVE I GET ....., IF THIS KEEPS UP I MIGHT BE GOING TO LIVE WITH THE AMISH  VERY SOON!