We all know the story of the man who has a girlfriend who’s bisexual.
She’s a great girl who is the love of his life.
She loves to dance, and is always having fun.
One night, though, he decides to take her to a movie.
The theater opens to a full house.
A couple of minutes later, she is standing on a bar stool next to him.
He’s got on his shoes, he has on his pants, and he’s holding a bottle of wine.
She sees his hand and, startled, turns to him with a startled look in her eye.
He says, “I didn’t realize that was my penis.”
The moment has been captured in film and TV, and the clip has been watched by millions of people.
There are other people, who were just as confused as her, who have seen this scene and felt like they were being victimized, too.
What we haven’t seen, though is the story behind the clip.
It was filmed for the Netflix documentary Pansexual.
The documentary is a powerful portrait of the experiences of men and women in relationships with people of color.
The clip is part of a larger story that weaves together experiences of sexual assault, domestic violence, abuse and exploitation in our society.
We’re seeing more and more instances of sexual violence in our culture, and Pansexual takes us inside these relationships, revealing how they often go unnoticed or not taken seriously.
Pansexual explores what happens when we fail to treat sexual violence seriously, and how it can happen to men, women and trans people.
The Pansexual documentary begins with a moment of silence.
The narrator, Brandon Flynn, tells the story from his perspective.
He was a student in a college in the ’80s, when the school’s gender issues became a hot topic, and many men, and even a few women, started speaking out about the issue.
At one point, he wrote a letter to the school board saying that they had to take a stand.
The board, he said, needed to do something.
The students then decided to create the Pansexual Project, which became a worldwide movement.
In its early years, Pansexual was a community of people of all ages who were fighting for the rights of men, men of color, and trans and queer people.
Flynn describes his own struggles as a Pansexual who felt he had been violated by the world, who was in the midst of an affair with a woman he had met online.
His life has been completely destroyed, he told us.
He is now a lawyer.
Panacea is about how that happens, and what it feels like to be violated, in a way that is not taken as seriously as it could be.
Panache is about all of us.
The story of Brandon Flyntn is one of many in a series of Pansexual videos, which are part of the Panacea campaign.
In Panache, we’re also told about how the Panache Project was a huge inspiration for a documentary called Pansexual, which premiered at Sundance in 2015.
The pansexual documentary Panache focuses on men and their experiences with sexual violence, sexual abuse and other forms of abuse.
The film explores the ways that men are misgendered and treated differently, and about how we are not treating them as they deserve.
In our society, we see men and men of colour being abused, as is shown in Pansexual and Panache.
In the film, a man named Matt speaks about being sexually assaulted by a woman while he was working as a construction worker in Houston.
In a moment that’s reminiscent of the scene in Panache that we all saw in the original Pansexual clip, Matt says, My partner is Asian.
She was an immigrant, and she came here.
She is an immigrant.
She has Asian features, and her skin color is dark.
I was like, “How is that supposed to make me feel?”
I’m black, too, and I’m Asian, and we have the same body.
But I wasn’t able to say no, I didn’t want to be hurt.
That’s when she began to beat me.
And she kept beating me.
So, she came up to me and said, “If you don’t get out of here, I’m going to hurt you.”
I thought, “Why are you hitting me?”
She was hitting me with her fists, she was hitting my head.
She said, You know, you’re not going to do this.
I said, I don’t know what she’s talking about.
I’m like, I can’t do this to myself.
She continued to hit me, and then she was like “You know what?
I’m not going for you.
I want to hurt yourself.
You know that.”
And then I felt my spine.
And then, she grabbed my shoulders, she started to pull me towards her. And