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Omnisexual Pride Stainless Steel Ring
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Product InfoShow your Omnisexual Pride and feel represented with Outer Peace's Omnisexual Pride Stainless Steel Ring. Made of high quality steel that is virtually indestructible.
What is Omnisexual?
Omnisexuality ("omni") is a sexual orientation that refers to an individual who is attracted to all genders or, more broadly, all types of people, regardless of gender or gender identity. This term is often used interchangeably with pansexuality, but there are subtle differences between the two.
Similarities between Omnisexuality and Pansexuality:
- Both omnisexuals and pansexuals can be attracted to individuals of any gender identity. This includes male, female, transgender, non-binary, genderqueer, genderfluid, and other gender identities.
- Both orientations reject the gender binary, acknowledging and accepting the existence of various gender identities.
Differences between Omnisexuality and Pansexuality:
- While both omnisexuals and pansexuals can be attracted to all genders, the nature of this attraction differs. Pansexual individuals often express that gender does not factor into their attraction at all; they are attracted to people regardless of gender. On the other hand, omnisexual individuals recognize and are attracted to all genders, but they often express that gender is a factor in their attraction. In other words, an omnisexual person may experience different types of attraction to different genders.
- Some omnisexual individuals may have preferences for certain genders, while pansexual individuals typically do not express a preference.
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