I support happiness.
I support love between two persons or more people. (regardless of sexual orientation, race, gender etc)
I support you.
We support you.
We support happiness.
We support love.
We are you.
You are us.
#youhaveoursupport #equalrights #marriageequality
I consider you my friends. Supportive, we openly discuss our problems and issues, we are basically a tight knit community that share an abundance of love for the world, the people in it and one another. As my thesis is the last step to my graduation, I would like to ask you (my dear sweetums) a favour - Could you please fill out my questionnaire? ~ I would really appreciate it! and have an anticipated arigato, xie xie, dank je wel, gracias, merci or thank you for your participation <3 you very much, Lisa
okay so i don’t get how people think bi/ pan/ asexuality don’t exist when there’s this thing called
which is literally not a real sexuality???
like it’s an excuse for straight boys to wear pretty clothes???
like “I’m a metrosexual” are you a train fucker???
Choo choo is so sexy to hear…
Asked by Anonymous
Hey hey hey :)
I believe majority of my blog’s recent attention is coming from this post (since it has the largest spread with approx 150k likes/reblogs)
It is leading to new positive and negative results - although it seems the positive is more through new followers and direct reactions to the post, and the negative reactions seem to inspire anonymous expression.
Thank you for your support though - I appreciate these messages immensely. It definitely takes some self power and energy to deal with those unpleasant encounters and these sorts of messages help with that :D :* Kisses!
Asked by Anonymous
Luckily, I do identify as myself as well as pansexual because that is what I am. I also identify as human, food enthusiast, and creative to name a few things. As the common quote goes:
You are what you make of yourself.
Spreading awareness of pansexuality is something that I noticed helped others. It helps people to understand a term that is not common knowledge and that brings some clarity to people. People that are possibly lost or, even worse, have everything in their surrounding telling them that they cannot feel that way nor should anyone act upon feelings that fall outside the hetero norms of society.
I am not a self proclaimed expert and get my information from various sources including people high up within the LGBT+ community, online verified sources and others - though I try to take everything with a grain of salt. Sometimes I create my own posts with the purpose of making visual appealing items that reflect feelings felt and experiences. Just like my poetry, not everyone will like it - you being proof.
Although your post claims such, I don’t think I am ‘cool’ for being pansexual or better than anyone else. Something I end up repeating this peace of information because it seems people would rather anonymously accuse someone as conceited and ignorant based on a name and one post rather than investigating a little further. I don’t think sexuality or preferences create superiority in anyone.
The post you refer to was not created by the comedian, it was the creation of someone who had seen the video and written it out for the world to see. The skit was part of a larger act and therefore did not have a title.
The main goal I have in life is to spread love, acceptance, respect and joy to others. One of the ways in which I do this is try and share the learnings as I learn myself and knowledge thus far. If I have offended you I am sorry, that is not my intent. There are others who have reached out to me with positive feedback about this information. I know there will always be backlash, but I consider those helped more significant than those who hated. I hope you someday live the love like I do.
Asked by Anonymous
Is this a new version of the age old rhyme?
Roses are red violets are blue
Pan sexuality is bullshit and do are you?
Unfortunately for this rhyme, I can assure you that pansexuality and I are not made of bull excrement and do in fact exist.
But I tell you what, I shall bring this information with me to the next “We are Pansexual” meeting and let the group digest the news.
Perhaps the term has not yet been explained to you? If so, feel free to have a look on my page and FAQs, those should help you loads with that matter. If you wish to have a conversation/discussion about it, feel free to contact me, that wouldn’t be a problem.
Thank you for your opinion and I hope I have given you adequate guidance to get to know more about pansexuality.
Asked by movedtootherblogmessageforit
… Sexuality but a point of view. I myself could have only ever felt attracted to women not because they’re women but because if their personalities, and say ‘but since I like personalities and not necessarily their boobs and vaginas I could be with a man’ but what if that never happens? Am I really a pansexual?
I don’t think I am oh so special because I am a pansexual, I think love is beautiful and everyone has the right to it. Actually, I am trying to spread the message that everyone falls in love with the personality and soul. That is why I avoid saying hearts not parts, as that is how everyone tends to feel anyhow.
As reflected on this post:
I would like to mention that I share my love for my sexuality with you all without any intention of suggesting it is better than anyone else’s or comparing it. When I talk about love not knowing gender, I mean that all love is equally beautiful - regardless of which gender/ethnicity/etc the people are in the relationship. I don’t think pansexuality is anything better than anything else, I just try to translate and share how I feel to give clarity to others. Pansexuality is Perfect because it fits perfectly what I feel - heterosexuality/asexuality/bisexuality and all other sexualities are also perfect if that is the identification that lets you explain how you feel. Yes, labels are not always necessary but it feels good when you find the right one. Just know that I love you all, regardless of your sexuality. I love you because you are beautiful.
Here is some more of my beliefs/contributions:
As the quote on my page reiterates:
Love is my way of life: love doesn’t know distance, gender, colour or race. It is all consuming and beyond compare. The journey through your heart is through the soul. I hope everyone is blessed with special someones in live. Live life & love.
I try to spread awareness and love to the best of my abilities.
Asked by Anonymous
I hope the video works - it tells it all ;)
Asked by minimal-casualties
Well hello there,
I am quite surprised that this alteration has upset you this much and stirred quite an aggressive stance, so let me explain the motivation behind changing it. Marriage between non hetero couples has been taboo and problematic for decades, this is why I wanted to make everyone feel included. His analogy is brilliant and applies to everyone who is in love and wants to get married but doesn’t fall within the heterosexual norm.
I feel the change on the post is not taken out of context and completely altered, I purposefully displayed the change as that is my doing and I post things that are inclusive to all people because I believe that consenting adults should have the right to marry whom they desire.Love is love. If some clever thought reflects the situation of a larger population of people (lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, polysexual, etc) then I think its beautiful and share worthy. There are my two cents on the matter :)
Asked by Anonymous
Again, I thought this would be the perfect time to consult the lovely peoples of the pansexuality Facebook page I manage and gotten the following answers:
C.V.L. : I think it is normal; more normal than people admit. That’s genderqueer I believe that’s what it’s called.
M.P : I’ve always felt that way. Like I know I’m a girl but I love being a tomboy. I uust call it being human in general. Sometimes life calls for the softness of a girl and other times I gotta be tough like a guy. *shrugs* I never really gave it much thought tho. I just like being able to hang out with just about everybody and feel comfortable :)
M.F. : GENDERQUEER/GENDERFLUID UNITE
N.R. : I feel like I’m just a Human
W.M.O. : Gender Fluid, Gender Queer, Asexual…sounds like what you are describing to me…
—> A.M. : Well asexual means you’re not attracted sexully
Gender fluid or pan gender is what I hear ^_^
——-> W.M.O. : I wouldn’t argue the point as I am not that educated in the area…Although I do have a few friends who identify as Gender Queer.
O.G. : I can really connect with you there, but I don’t know if it’s common.
L.M.K. : You might want to look into nonbinary identities like agender or genderqueer and see if they apply to you.
M.R. : I’m pansexual and I feel like this. I have my days where I want to dress like a girl and more often I dress like a guy. but I am happy with the body I was born with and haven’t thought about changing it,
P.D.A. : I mostly identify as female but want much smaller breasts. My breasts are like demons to me. I have felt this way since I was very young.
D.C. : I felt like a guy who should have a vagina instead of a penis.
P.M. : I actually feel the exact same way. I was born female and don’t feel like I am in the wrong body but I am more masculine than feminine, and dress in mens clothes. I really have never felt like either gender I am simply myself and don’t feel any restrictions by gender roles.
S.P. : Just been reading through this… and for the last few years I’ve been feeling the same but not given it much thought…. Oh My God! 😮
G.L.A.H. : People, don’t mix things for others if you don’t understand them yourselves.
Genderqueer does NOT equals no gender. It’s an umbrella term (just like transgender) for gender-orientated non-binarity of oneself, just like pansexual is about gender-orientated non-binarity of others. But in overall identification it’s what you seek, because under this umbrella is what you’re looking for.
Genderfluid is sometimes a synonym to genderqueer, but it’s not the same thing - just like transsexuality and transgender is not the same thing, althought interchangable in particular situations. Genderfluid persons switch between gender identities (best example is House of Alexzander, look him up).
Asexual is NOT a word you’re looking for - it’s self-describing, but in sexual orientation, not view for oneself and has NOTHING to do with another person’ or your own gender identity.
Reygan here is right - agender is what it is called (althought it is NOT a clinically recognized term, like it is with most of transgender cases).
I hope terminology is not too complicated, for I know very well that even the deepest minorities of minorities are not extensively educated in their own community and tend to confuse, misuse and swap things that are not supposed to end the way they do.
K.L. : Yes it’s completely normal, it’s called genderqueer. I am also a genderqueer pansexual :)
E.V.L. : I feel something similar, but I feel like i’m just a human, and thats all I wanna be, not male or female, but just human, sometimes I thing that i will he halpy if i could have something to stop being psisycal a female and just be a human.
T.M. : Very common.
N.R. : Happens to me.
Z.S.V. : I feel this. I’m gender fluid/neutrois I think? Sometimes I’m not sure what I identify as. But yeah, I relate to this feeling.
D.C. : I hope this helps you :)
C.S. : Gender is different than sex. It’s totally normal to not identify with the sex you were born as :)
R.K. : It is called agender.
R.R. : This seems to me that you are agendered, that or you feel like a third gender entirely? Diana Coronado has a better answer, but there are even more than what she has shown. Feel free to look up lists with definitions…It’s a good idea. Whatever calls to you most is who you are.
D.S. : Its called being agendered its a form of non-binary gender or lack of and its more common than you think.
D.R. : I’ve heard of agender before. It’s not uncommon enough that I haven’t heard of it. I’m sure it’s less common than other gender identities but you’re not alone.
W.S. : yea I can relate. I dress like a guy with jeans flannels and my hair tucked in a beanie and then the next day a dress with a flowery tight top and my hair done and wearing make up. But I never feel one of the other.
D.C. : Maybe this will help…. I’m genderfluid/queer
I think they’ve just about said it all.
Just know that you are not alone!