The Panromantic Flag


The colors of the panromantic flag are blue, green, orange, and red. Blue represents the romantic charm of dual men, while a red represents the romantic charm of dual women.

Orange indicates a romantic attraction to a gender that is between binary and extra-binary. Green indicates the romantic charm of asexual or asexual people.


Panromantic is a romantic attraction for people, regardless of their gender. Pan-romantic people can be lovingly attracted to people of any gender identity. And people of any gender identity may be identified as pan-romantic. Some use the terms “all sex” and “pan-romantic” interchangeably, but there are important differences between the two.

Panromanticism is often compared to romantic, Omniromantic, or other plural identities.

This is very similar to everything because both are attracted to all genders, but you can distinguish between them if you wish.

Omniromantics typically feel the difference between the sexes. This can be seen in having a preference for a particular gender (s).

It can also make the act of being attracted to one gender different from the other.

Omniromantics and other multimantics may also find certain traits attractive only in certain sexes.

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On the other hand, a pan-romantic person does not feel any inner difference between the sexes or feels that any difference between the sexes is irrelevant. Although some pan-romantic people may still have a gender preference, this is not due to an internal difference in attraction or is so minor that one feels irrelevant.

Other names Panromantic

Some people present themselves as pansexual in the sense that they are also pan-romantic. In any case, it will not always be true. Romantic and sexual attraction are not necessarily related. You do not have to be gay to be pan-romantic.

Meanwhile, some people who may be known as pan-romantic use the term biromantic instead. This is often because more people understand the meaning of “bi”.

What is the difference between Panromantic, Pansexual, and Biromantic?

Pansexuality is sexual attraction to people regardless of gender, while being panoramic is having the ability to feel romantic attractiveness regardless of gender. Finally, being romantic is having the ability to attract love to two or more sexes.

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Panromantic vs. Pansexual

Pansexual and being Panromantic are closely related, but one can be one without the other. If one is sexual, one can feel sexually attracted to all genders.

Many gay people are also pan-romantic, so they just call themselves sexual assaults or “pan”. However, some people may not experience romantic attraction to all the sexes to whom they are sexually attracted.

These people may, for example, be all-sex and homosexual – they can only feel romantic attraction to people of their own gender.

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On the other hand, a pan-romantic person may only feel sexual orientation towards a certain gender or certain people. For example, they may be pan-romantic and sexual, so they can have a romantic attraction to anyone but only to people who are very close.

Panromantic vs. Biromantic

The difference between biromantic and pan-romantic is subtle but important. People who are bisexual are attracted to several genders, but not necessarily all genders.

For example, they may not feel romantic about men. Meanwhile, people who are pan-romantic can feel this romantic attraction for people of any gender identity.

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