Bisexual, pansexual, omnisexual-You've probably heard a few of the identities under multisexuality. There's a few things that I would like you to know about us.
1. We Don't Care About Gender and Sex
Many people have the assumption that we care about a person's sex and gender. We really don't. What sex and gender our partner(s) are doesn't matter to us. What does matter to us is that we like you for who you are. And that's way more important over a person's anatomy and identity any day.
2. We Love, Date, and Have Sex Like Anybody Else
Whether you're straight, gay, or bi you've probably done at least one of these (or all of them). Multisexual people don't date, love, or have sex any differently than those who aren't. The only difference there will ever be is that we're attracted to more than one gender/sex. And that's a slight difference when you really think about it. Another thing: Even if we do have a preference towards a sex/gender, it doesn't make us love our current partner any less.
3. We Can Be Monogamous Or Polyamorous
Many people have this odd conception that we must be shared by our partner. But here comes the shocker: We can be monogamous or polyamorous. This goes for pretty much everybody else. But the reason why I point this out is because it's a common misconception that all of us are polyamorous. This isn't true. Some of us only have one partner at a time and some of us have more than one partner at a time. Not only is this generalizing a specific sexuality, but it's also making the assumption that straight and gay people who are polyamorous are also bi. If that's not being offensive to anybody's lifestyle choices then I don't know what is.
Note: Since I can't quite type everything in one post, I'm making another part for the rest.