Good points, musicalrose.
My quote earlier from my bisexual male friend were his words describing why he preferred to identify as bisexual and not Pansexual. He had described pansexuals as being attracted to all genders, including transgendered individuals AND androgyny. (At least in his personal understanding of the word.)
He was explaining that he is not personally attracted to those types, and is attracted to masculine biological men, and feminine biological women. Thus, he identified as definitely Bisexual and clearly not pansexual.
Does that make him transphobic? Oh heck no. It is one's sexual preference, and not job discrimination, disowning family members, using slurs, or even who you choose to be friends.
Sexual preference is just that....nothing more.
Last edited by RfromRMC; 09-19-2012 at 07:26 PM.