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What Is Pansexual?

Pansexuality is a sexual orientation that refers to the attraction to people of any gender or identity. Pansexual people are attracted to individuals regardless of their gender identity, and they do not place limitations on who they can form romantic or sexual relationships with. Pansexuality is often misunderstood or conflated with bisexuality, which refers to attraction to people of two …

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What Is A Drag Queen?

A drag queen is a person, usually a man, who performs in a highly stylized and exaggerated form of femininity, typically through singing, dancing, and lip-syncing. Drag queens often use makeup, wigs, and costumes to create a glamorous and over-the-top appearance. Drag queens are often associated with the LGBTI+ community, and their performances are often seen as a form of …

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Lesbophobia is the fear, hatred, or discrimination against lesbians, or people who are attracted to other women. This can take many forms, including verbal and physical abuse, discrimination in the workplace or housing, and exclusion from social and cultural events. Lesbophobia is often driven by societal prejudices and stereotypes about what it means to be a lesbian, and it can …

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Bi Flag

The bi flag is a colorful symbol that is used to represent the bisexual community and celebrate bisexual pride. The bi flag consists of three stripes: pink for attraction to the same gender, blue for attraction to the opposite gender, and purple for attraction to both genders. The bi flag was created in 1998 by Michael Page, who wanted to …

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Pride Flags

Pride flags are colorful symbols that are used to represent the LGBTI+ community and celebrate diversity and inclusion. These flags have a long and fascinating history, and they have come to symbolize the strength, resilience, and pride of the LGBTI+ community. The most well-known pride flag is the rainbow flag, which was designed by artist Gilbert Baker in 1978. The …

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