[...] The Latin prefix bi- does indeed indicate two or both, however the 'both' indicated in the word bisexual are merely homosexual (lit. different sex)." The institute argues that heterosexuality and homosexuality, by contrast," are defined by the boundary of two sexes/genders.Given those fundamental facts, any criticism of bisexuality as reinforcing a gender binary is misplaced.
This is distinct from polyamory, which means more than one intimate relationship at the same time with the knowledge and consent of everyone involved.
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The prefix pan- comes from the ancient Greek word for "all, every", πᾶν; omni- comes from the Latin word for "all", omnis.