What is Pansexual? The definition of Pansexual is best described as being attracted to either male or female. The singer actress Janelle Monae is the buzz right now because of her frequent use of the word. One who can love sexuality in many forms. Like bisexuality, but even more fluid, a Pansexual person can love not only the traditional male and female genders, but also transgendered, androgynous, and gender fluid people. Yes Janelle Monae has been in both relationship with male and female, along with many others. Who you lay down with is strictly between you and God.
A form of sexuality often confused or intermeshed in definition with bisexuality (an attraction towards both physical sexes: male and female). Pansexuality is, in truth, a much broader form of sexual orientation, in which the Pansexual individual experiences sexual attraction towards members of ALL genders (not to be confused with sexes, which is solely physical-gender has to do with the psychological), including transgender, transsexual, cross dressing, Androgyne, Androgen, two-spirited, gender-fluid, and all other variety of gender identifications, as well as those who do not feel that they have a gender, In college we called this term Queer.
An article that incorporates various kinds of sexuality, that can exist in a humans, and tendencies that may prevail either permanently or occasionally.
THE THEORY OF PANSEXUALITY By Peter Boom
People, by nature are, “Pansexual” (from the Greek, Pan = all) a complete sexual person. We all possess different sexual possibilities generally classified as Heterosexual, Homosexual, Bi-sexual, Autoerotic, Fetishist, Sado-masochistic, etc. These tendencies in our nature can surface at any time, according to the development of each individual. In my years of close observation it appears to be true that children are born Polimorphoperverse; which is the curiosity of discovering which leads them to play with their mothers, touch their genitals, masturbate and investigate their Excreta. As they develop, they play games of “doctor” and they explore the bodies and functions of their friends. All of this is perfectly normal.
During puberty their ambivalence is natural and undeniable as they adapt to life as an adult. Only later do their sexual proclivity become more crystallized and definite, although the range of options remain open. These options are partially repressed or are made taboo, according to the society in which they live. There’s a tribe in Borneo in which the women live with their children in a huge hut, while men live apart from them. In Kenya there’s a nomadic tribe of proud long-living people who have the custom of coupling boys of twelve in a ritual of blood-mixing. These male couples remain faithful to each other all their lives, wandering far off together, returning to the tribe once or twice a year in order to procreate with the women. There are many examples, like the Siwans from Africa, the Sambia in New Guinea, where nearly all males engage in both hetero-and homo-sexual intercourse, but we can leave these to the anthropologists.
The term “Pansexuality” exists already, but with a different meaning to that which I apply to it, indicating the concept to which sexual instinct is the basis of all human behavior(Freud). It’s important to not repress any of our Pansexuality and to live freely, using common sense. The repression or banning of natural instinct creates frustration, often resulting in antisocial and abusive behavior. Common sense is embodied in the expression: “Do unto others, what you would have them do unto you!”
Encourage Yourself: I want to make it very clear that people are entitled to do as they please, but it is my job as a Christian to inform you that God is not pleased with all of the buffoonery that is going on in the world today. Just as the bible speaks about in times past, men will be lovers of themselves, they will love the lie and hate the truth. The scriptures tells us that he will forgive you for everything but blasphemy of the Holy Spirit. The Transexuals, the Pansexuals are not rejecting God by no means. I will go as far as to say they give Honor to whom all blessings flow. I would also like to remind people, that no matter what we believe or don’t believe in, these people are people, they hurt and or blood just like we do. I honestly believe that no one is born this way, even though we readily use this as an excuse. It’s a lie, I am sorry but let’s be real if we are going to discuss this topic. God gives us all free will, it is up to you to decide where you will make your eternal home.
According to Focus On The Family: No. It’s important to say this right up front because we can see that you have deep personal reasons for raising the question. You’re anxious about your spiritual well-being. You have fears about your eternal destiny. You need a word of reassurance. We want to give it to you before saying anything else. If you’re worried that you may have committed the sin of “blasphemy against the Holy Spirit,” then it’s obvious that you haven’t. Allow us to explain.
It’s important to pay close attention to the context of Jesus’ statement about this “unpardonable sin.” He was speaking specifically about the grumblings of the scribes and Pharisees. After witnessing the power of Christ displayed in the healing of a demon-possessed man, these religious leaders made comments like, “He has Beelzebub,” or “By the ruler of the demons He casts out demons” (Matthew 12:22-24; Mark 3:22).
In effect, the scribes and Pharisees were rejecting the grace of God revealed in Jesus Christ. They were rejecting it by attributing Jesus’ works to the power of the devil. They weren’t just doubting or even denying the truth. They were maliciously contradicting what they had witnessed with their own eyes. For selfish reasons of their own, they were pretending not to understand something they really did understand. The writer to the Hebrews might have been thinking of them when he spoke about those who have “trampled the Son of God underfoot … and insulted the Spirit of grace” (Hebrews 10:29). Their proud and high-minded attitude was exactly the opposite of yours.
The sin of “blaspheming the Holy Spirit,” then, is essentially the sin of rejecting Christ.
What’s more, the “unpardonable” nature of this sin has less to do with punishment than it does with the hardening effect of the sin itself. By persistently rejecting God’s free gift of salvation in Jesus, the sinner sears his conscience and stiffens his neck. Eventually he gets to the place where genuine repentance is no longer possible. It would be fair to say that this stubborn and unrepentant attitude is the chief mark of true “blasphemy against the Holy Spirit.” That’s why we feel certain that people like you cannot possibly be guilty of this offense. If you’re afraid that you may have offended God without realizing it, it’s obvious that your heart is in the right place.
This is what I have learned through my christian journey, many people have judged me in times past. Whether it was true or not, but this one thing I do know: they don’t have a Heaven or a Hell to put me in, and for that I am grateful to God for. They were always great at trying to get the mole out of my eye, while having a beam in theirs. Those judgmental self righteous saints who believe they are on their way to Heaven. As my dear friend Edward used to say, “They will bust Hell wide open, because they are mean as junkyard dogs.”