Hi there! I've been happily calling myself bi for quite some time now but I'm wondering if that's the corret label. I guess I'm just not sure what the difference between bi and pan is (and frankly, whether or not it matters to me). I know the "traditional" definition of bi is romantic and/or sexual attraction to men and women. But as we know, there are more than two genders, not everyone identifies with only one or any gender etc. So I've been using bi as in "attraction to the same gender and other genders" to be more inclusive of non-binary people. That's where my confusion is, though. I've always thought, for me personally, that the difference between me and a pan person might be that I still kind of "care" about gender. I mean, attraction to women feels slightly different to me than attraction to men. I've never had feelings for a non-binary person (as far as I'm aware) but have been attracted to non-binary people and I'm pretty sure I can have feelings for people regardless of their gender. Does that make me pansexual/panromantic? Because when I like someone or when I'm attracted to someone I do notice their gender and it does play a role, somehow. But if someone asked me out I would never say no solely based on the person's gender. What do you think is the difference between bi and pan?