Polysexuality is the attraction to multiple genders and/or sexes. It should not be confused with polyamory, the desire to be intimately involved with more than one person at once, or pansexuality, which is attraction to all genders and sexes.
 Gender definition
When referring to sexual attraction to multiple genders, polysexuality should not be confused with pansexuality; pan meaning all, and poly meaning many, though not necessarily all. Polysexuality is a self-identifying term that is somewhat amorphous, as there is a wide variety of different people who use the term to describe themselves. It should be noted that polysexuality holds some exploration in itself of gender identity and people who identify outside the binarist gender spectrum. People who refer to themselves as polysexual may be attracted to transgender people, third gender people, two-spirit people, genderqueer people, plus people who are intersex. However, polysexuality doesn't have to be the exclusive attraction towards non-binary genders/sexes, though it can be (which would be a form of skoliosexuality.) People who identify as polysexual may still be attracted to one or both binary genders/sexes.
 See also
- Board, Mykel. "Pimple No More." In Tucker. 281-287.
- Kaloski, Ann. "Extract from 'Bisexuals Making Out with Cyborgs: Politics, Pleasure, Con/fusion' (1997)." In Storr. 201-210.
- Som, Indigo Chih-Lien. "Open Letter to a Former Bisexual (or, Do I Hear "Post-Bisexual"?)." In Tucker. 93-97.