Pansexualism

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Pansexualism is a hypothesis in psychology "that regards all desire and interest as derived from [the] sex instinct"[1] or, in other words, "that the sex instinct plays the primary part in all human activity, mental and physical".[2]

Pansexualism, as a hypothesis, is the norm in the early psychological school of Freudian or classical psychoanalysis.

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