omnisexual


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om·ni·sex·u·al

 (ŏm′nē-sĕk′sho͞o-əl)
adj.
Pansexual.
n.
A pansexual person.

om′ni·sex′u·al′i·ty n.
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However, there have been moments in recent years that have suggested the Doctor might be, as many other aliens are, omnisexual.
It was then used as the main story arc of the second season, but it became something else under the leadership of the omnisexual Captain Jack Harkness, played by John Barrowman.
They argue that in Muslim erotic texts women are portrayed as omnisexual beings transgressing patriarchal and social systems and violating the class structure in pursuit of personal sexual satisfaction.
Women (defined as anyone who identified as a woman, including transgender women and other people who felt the label "woman" applied to them) ages 16-29 who identified under the "bisexual umbrella," including women who identified as bisexual, pansexual, omnisexual, fluid, queer, and/or were attracted to people of more than one gender and/or were sexually active with more than one gender, were invited to participate.
Status categories, related target and agent status, and associated bias Status Categories Agent Status Target Status Race and Ethnicity People who are white People of color Physical/ People who have People who have Psychological/ abilities different abilities Developmental "Disability" Affectional/Sexual People who are People who are Orientation heterosexual lesbian, gay, Bisexual, omnisexual, pan sexual Class (S.
Where can you meet an omnisexual time traveler from the 51st Century, a powerful warlord and feared warrior who vows to retake the Seven Kingdoms, a Hobbit gardener who plays a pivotal role in destroying the One Ring and a ruthless vampire who has killed two Slayers and has a reputation of torturing his victims with a railroad spike?
Barrowman was introduced in the final five episodes of Christopher Eccleston's Doctor as the omnisexual Jack, who very quickly established his popularity with viewers.
If that were so, in the macrocosm Strathern calls 'sociality,' the universe where 'dividuals' tussle and collide and elicit one another's inherent yet detachable features, maleness or femaleness could never be known or decided let alone 'transacted' because, according to her postulates, all relations would replicate the original 'unknowable' omnisexual condition.
In the United States, Walt Whitman's outsider--yet central--status as a queer member of the American polis as well as his omnisexual bravado in Leaves of Grass anoint him as the key precursor of the homosexual epic.
Fleshapoids' copious seminudity, play of textures, use of turbans and scarves, and omnisexual display recall Jack Smith's Flaming Creatures [1963].
If, as Lawrence Buell summarizes, we continue in the well-established scholarly theory that the "war enabled Whitman to redefine his persona from the brash unwashed omnisexual cosmic-anarchic force to the compassionate, maternal nurturer and patriotic chronicler of historic events," (4) then we must also recognize how strongly that patriotic persona overwhelms the perceptions of a general audience, who we may reasonably assume were first taught selected poems from Drum-Taps (such as "O Captain