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pan- +‎ gender


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pangender (not comparable)

  1. Encompassing or including all genders.
    • 1988, Catherine Lutz, Unnatural Emotions: Everyday Sentiments on a Micronesian Atoll & Their Challenge to Western Theory, University of Chicago Press (1988), →ISBN, page 234:
      These critiques distort Gilligan's thesis, it seems to me; she can be read as arguing that the morality of women is currently undervalued culturally and as calling for its reintegration into pangender morality, not for its use as a universal standard.
    • 1996, Gaylyn Studler, This Mad Masquerade: Stardom and Masculinity in the Jazz Age, Columbia University Press (1996), →ISBN, unknown page:
      On one level, these changes many have served as a defensive maneuver to tone down some of the actor's pangender sexual magnetism and the homoeroticized responses associated with him as a male theatrical idol.
    • 2002, James Wagner, Patrick Picciarelli, My life in the NYPD: Jimmy the Wags, Onyx (2002), →ISBN, unnumbered page:
      Then came the tidal wave of drugs, specifically heroin, and what had once been a haven for male alcoholics became a pangender hole-in-the-wall hideout for depraved junkies.
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see Citations:pangender.
  2. (LGBT, of a person) Identifying as all genders.
    • 2012, Alessandra Robertson, "Trans Stories", Sex and the Steel City (The Silhouette special edition), page 14:
      Born as a physical male, she now identifies as transfeminine, or pangender.
    • 2012, Harrison Vaporciyan, "Tumbling into Trouble", The Oracle (Stratford High School, Houston, Texas), Volume 41, Issue 4, 16 November 2012, page 8:
      Just don't be surprised if you meet someone who identifies as a "non-binary neutrois pangender genderpunk autistic aspiequeer queer lithsexual punk anti-kyriarchist anarchist."
    • 2014 February 25, Aysha Mahmood, "Media companies take a more progressive stance on gender", The Daily Campus (University of Connecticut), volume 120, issue 92, page 4:
      Ranging from pangender to genderqueer and even intersex, the choices Facebook has included accurately reflects the diversity and differences of this day and age.