On pansexual

Pansexual was first used in psychology to refer to the idea that sex is the primary driver of all human behavior, pan-here from the Greek meaning “all.”. The word was originally leveled against the ideas of Sigmund Freud as far back as 1914. Critics were still arguing against this supposed pansexual psychology in the 1950s and 1960s. New meanings for pansexual emerged in the 1960–70s. Pansexual definition, pertaining to the theory that all human behavior is based on sexuality. See more. Pansexual simply means a person is attracted to all genders. Pan, after all, comes from the Greek prefix meaning “all.” Thus, a pansexual person would be attracted to cisgender, transgender ... Pansexual people can sometimes think that they are just bisexual, says Richmond. It can take time for them to realize that their sexual orientation is all-encompassing. Pansexual definition is - of, relating to, or characterized by sexual or romantic attraction that is not limited to people of a particular gender identity or sexual orientation; also : not solely homosexual or heterosexual. How to use pansexual in a sentence. However, “pansexual” is the term that feels most right in describing my own sexual identity. Being pansexual means that I am attracted to all genders. I have the greatest respect for a person’s gender identity, but gender does not really play an initial role in my romantic or sexual attraction. Pansexual has come to the forefront of the public's conscious in recent years thanks, in part, to several celebrities identifying with the label. Here's what pansexuality means and how it works.

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2008.03.14 10:41 r/lgbt: Reddit's home for the LGBTQ+ community

A safe space for GSRM (Gender, Sexual, and Romantic Minority) folk to discuss their lives, issues, interests, and passions. LGBT is still a popular term used to discuss gender and sexual minorities, but all GSRM are welcome beyond lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people who consent to participate in a safe space.
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2009.04.15 01:22 satx Bisexual

This group is for discussion and support for those who fall in between, for the "shades of gay" in what is often assumed to be one or the other: * bisexuals * pansexuals * omnisexuals * queers * non-straight individuals ... or anyone who doesn't quite fit the otherwise binary "straight" and "gay" pattern. If you can't work out if you're straight, gay, or anywhere in between... you should probably visit us.
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2011.08.07 07:55 erikpdx r/pansexual

Welcome to /Pansexual! This is a place for all pansexuals to go and talk freely.
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2020.09.22 08:52 cqtz /r/aretheasexualsokay banned

/aretheasexualsokay: created on 2020-09-06, banned on 2020-09-21
Description:
are the aces okay??
🔔 this is a safe space for LGBT. Aces are welcome as long as they don’t argue
This is logical and nuanced gatekeeping in order to maintain safe spaces for LGBT people! We gatekeep and make good natured fun of aces here. That isn’t hate, even if your feelings get hurt.
  • asexuality is not LGBT or a spectrum
  • the split model attraction harms LGBT youth
  • No TERFs!
  • Pansexual is biphobic
  • Some microlabels cause erasure
  • Incluse will be banned
Ban message:
This subreddit was banned due to being used for violation rule 1
What's with these ban messages and how do they even choose them? They sometimes say "violating rule 1" and sometimes say "violation rule 1".
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2020.09.22 08:27 fxjgevigxryh Can u girls help me?? 😕😊

Hi! I'm a 16 yr old. Pansexual, and I've been thinking about changing my gender lately and it's like a dream for me now but sometimes is like confusing... Im scared that when I do it I will look ugly and then realized that I made a mistake so I need some help of u girls and some encouragement for later on. I will be really thankful for any advice or something. I tried a lot of things about feminization but it doesn't help so yea... Be free to DM me if u want to talk to me deeply about it. 😘
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2020.09.22 08:17 PansexualSatan My son is trans and he’s the best thing in my life.

Hi everyone. I have a child that was AFAB and has been living as male for nearly 2 years now. I hope I’m in the right sub for this and I know this is long so if you don’t want to read so much, there is a TL;DR at the bottom.
To begin, my son is turning 12 at the end of the month (Sept 27). A few months ago, he started puberty and it was so traumatic for both of us. He cried and I cried and it was so hard. It hurt me so much to see him in pain and I knew then that I’d do anything to take that pain away. I was just not ready for this to happen so soon. I didn’t start mine until I was almost 17 so I thought he had plenty of time. I immediately found him a therapist and he’s now into his third one that he’s been seeing for a few months (the first two didn’t work out but this one seems to be going well I think). And recently she told us that he is okay to start puberty blockers (yayy) so I’ve been trying to find a pediatric endocrinologist that can get him started. I hate to watch him go through this horrible experience and it makes me feel so terrible for him. I hope to get him on the puberty blockers asap, especially with his birthday around the corner. Speaking of which, I want to do something special for him because the last few years have been very difficult between his father and I splitting (after years of fighting and me putting up with his abuse). I made the decision to leave and moved my son and I 3 hours drive away from there. My son knows his dad is a bad person and he doesn’t really even want to see him. He’s very protective of me and couldn’t stand seeing me being abused. There’s been so much pain and suffering in our lives and I really want this to be a special birthday for him. So any ideas are welcome. I can’t seem to get anything out of him. He won’t ask for much because he knows I don’t have much and he doesn’t want to stress me out but I keep telling him that money isn’t an issue and this birthday is going to be special whether he likes it or not. So I’m kind of on my own trying to figure out what I can do with him that will make it special.
Anyway, moving on from that, I guess I’m here because I don’t know where else to go or who to talk to. I love my son more than anything in the world and he’s the most amazing person I know. He is just so smart, kind, and brave; he’s just such an amazing kid. He calls his cycle his “man period.” Which I don’t know where he got that from but I love it. And yet, I have so many things that worry me. I know he’s strong and he can handle almost anything. I just want to do whatever I can to help. I grew up in a family that was very homophobic and made me feel terrible about who I was. I want to make sure my son doesn’t ever have to experience the shame, humiliation, and depression that my own family put me through.
My mom says that it’s somehow my fault that I made him think he’s a boy because I’m so open about being pansexual and about my own struggles with my gender identity. I don’t really identify as either gender and I’ve been using the label non-binary for now. I’m still figuring it out. I changed my name a long time ago because I hated my birth name, it was too feminine and it just didn’t fit me. I use a more gender neutral name now, Lee. But my parents refuse to call me by that name even though I’ve been using it for close to 15 years now and they’re the only ones who call me my birth name, which I hate and it has a lot of trauma attached to it. I’m sure you all can understand that.
I also caused a lot of drama when I named my baby Elliot (I chose that name after having an ultrasound and being told I was having a girl). My entire family hated it and I had people literally coming at me with lists of alternative more feminine names (like Ella or Ellen and similar) and berating me for choosing a “boys name” for my female baby. But I didn’t care and I refused to budge. I just loved the name so much and now I’m so glad I didn’t give in because people have thought Elliot was a boy from the very beginning. For the first few years I was constantly having to correct people when they thought my baby was a boy and I thought I had a girl and of course he was too young to tell us yet. On top of the whole name thing, it bothered my family that I let my kid play with all kinds of toys and wear all kinds of different clothes. I never believed that toys and clothes should be gendered so I always just let my kid play with whatever he wanted and dressed him in a variety of clothing from both sides of the store because if I liked something then I got it and it never mattered to me if it was labeled for boys or girls. My kid played with dolls and kitchen sets and also cars and tool kits and so on. Whatever he liked, I let him have. I know that none of that made him trans. I know he was born that way and I believe him when he says he’s a boy. I’ve had a feeling for awhile because he used to tell me that he liked when people referred to him as male and as he got old enough to choose his own style, he would always ask me to get him boy clothes and to let him cut his hair shorter and shorter every time. And I always felt my job was not to dictate how he dressed or what he played with but to just let him express himself however he wanted. He came out to me officially when he was 10 and I was scared at first because I felt like he was too young. But I also never doubted him for a second and I know that he is sure about who he is. I’m so proud of him because he’s so strong and so smart.
About a year ago, he said that if he could have just one wish, he would wish that he was a boy. I cried. But I knew for sure that he was a boy and I would do anything to help him be himself. His happiness is all that matters to me. A few months later, he decided he wanted to come out to the family and even to people at school. Most of the kids at school thought he was a boy already because he looks like a boy. Fortunately, his teachers and counselors were very supportive and kind and they even let him use the one gender neutral bathroom in the office because he was afraid to use the boys bathroom or the girls. That helped a lot.
The scariest part for me was coming out to my parents. I knew they wouldn’t be so open. My mom still thinks he is “way too young to make this kind of decision” (she doesn’t understand that it isn’t a choice) and she’s told me that I’m pushing him in the wrong direction because I’m encouraging him by allowing him to dress how he wants and helping to get him put on puberty blockers. I know that is total nonsense and I’m not going to listen to anything she says. It just bugs me so much. She misgenders him a lot but I make a point to correct her every time and it’s actually gotten better lately. She is starting to use male pronouns more now and I’m going to keep correcting her if she slips up. At this point I’m giving her the benefit of the doubt and just trying to teach her that being trans or gay or whatever is not a choice anymore than her being straight and cis is a choice for her. I’m so proud of my son for everything he’s helped me achieve, for being brave and helping me to open up the minds and hearts of my family. I honestly never thought they’d accept him and even though it hasn’t been easy, it’s not as bad as I expected it would be.
So I guess I am here for some advice and maybe also some stories from some of you. If it’s not too hard to share, I would love to hear what your experiences were like. And for those who had negative experiences, what is something you wish your parent or other loved ones had done or said to make your coming out and/or your transition easier? What do you wish they would say or do now that would make you feel more validated? The reason I ask this is because I want to make sure I do the right things and help my son feel proud to be himself and show him that I’m always on his side no matter what.
I’m willing to do anything to make my son’s life easier. I know he will deal with some bad stuff and that I can’t protect him forever. So I want to prepare him for that. At the same time, I want him to see that there are plenty of good people in the world too, who will love and respect him for who he is. I want to show him that he’s not alone and that he’s loved and respected.
I’m sorry for the long rant and I hope that I didn’t break any rules here. I just have been wanting to reach out to others for so long. I’ve been wanting to hear stories, experiences, and advice. So that I can be the best parent I possibly can be for my son. Because especially now I am all he has (and he is all I have). He struggles to make friends. A lot of that is my fault because we have moved so many times. And having to start middle school online isn’t helping. It’s been him and me for a long time now but the last few months we’ve been just the two of us at home all day every day because of the pandemic.
I struggle with mental illness myself and I left his father because he was abusive. I had to move away from him for my own sanity and to start a better life for my son and myself. I wish I could get him to talk to someone but he has a hard time opening up fully and I never want to press him on anything because I don’t want to cause him any pain. I just want him to be happy.
So if you’ve read this far, thank you. And if you have any advice or stories or anything to share with me, I will be eternally grateful.
If I posted this in the wrong place, I’m so sorry; please let me know and I’ll remove it. If you can point me in the right direction then I’ll go there. I just didn’t know where to turn. Life has not been easy for us. I know it’s been hard for so many people. I hope that everyone is staying healthy and safe. I look forward to reading your responses. Thank you so much in advance. You are amazing people and I love you all.
TL;DR: My young child (AFAB) came out as trans and I want to be as supportive as possible and make life easier, better, and happier for him. I’d love to hear your stories, experiences, advice, etc. Thank you.
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2020.09.22 06:28 stormiimoon Finally realized I'm just gay.

So my first kiss was with a girl, then my second, and my third. I played "doctor" with girls, never boys. I always hated the idea of boys having a crush on me. But I got my first boyfriend when I was 12, so I came out as bi at 13, and later pansexual as I had dated a transman. I was in a very catholic home and coming out was hard enough, the thought of coming out as fully gay? Terrifying. So I said I liked boys and girls and of course my mom lost her mind as I had expected but all was well enough. I guess in some way its possible that fear and internalized homophobia is what kept me dating men. Yeah I've had a few girlfriends and a few flings with women over the years but they were all in between quite serious relationships with men. I was even engaged to a man for years. Well after a recent breakup with my last boyfriend I of course hit the streets(tinder) and found my rebound. Good looking, strong, very sweet, and I lasted about 2 minutes. Why did I tap out? It just didn't feel right, a man, his body, his hands. It was missing something but was all to much at the same time. After thinking on it and digging deep I realized there's probably a reason I said I was gay no matter who I dated, and why even my ex always called me gay(it was more affirming that rude, his moms are gay so I knew he meant no harm). Turn out it's s I am gay as hell. I've been holding onto the idea I needed the traditional life my mother laid out for me all wrapped in a pink bow. It wasn't meant for me though. Im a lesbian and im proud and for the first time in my life im certain of my sexuality. Kinda wish I would have got to this conclusion like, 5 identity crisis hair cuts ago but better late than never I suppose!🏳️‍🌈
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2020.09.22 05:20 FORBBIDEN-KWOLLEWDGE My first official gay crush

Hello I’m here for some help...
I’m pansexual and I have this Huge crush on this girl. I keep on seeing her in my zoom classes and my crush for her has grown bigger and bigger. I have always known what to do when I had a crush on a guy, and I have only had small crushes on girls in the past but this time it’s different. She gives me those butterflies in stomach and it’s so frustrating because I can tell that she is part of the LGBTQ+ community I just can’t tell if she likes me or not. Usually I go to my mom for this kind of stuff but I’m not out to her yet. So I thought I could come here for some help. I don’t know what to do and I’m afraid I might mess up.
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2020.09.22 05:15 QueenOfDaisies My friend wanted me to post some of our LGBT OCs. So here’s Greer (Lesbian, Brown haired one) and Brielle (Pansexual, White haired one)! I may post some more of our LGBT OCs if people are interested. (Not drawn by me, artist credits are on the image.)

My friend wanted me to post some of our LGBT OCs. So here’s Greer (Lesbian, Brown haired one) and Brielle (Pansexual, White haired one)! I may post some more of our LGBT OCs if people are interested. (Not drawn by me, artist credits are on the image.) submitted by QueenOfDaisies to lgbt [link] [comments]


2020.09.22 04:17 Moon-Nari_bish Coming out 👉🏽👈🏽

Hi, I'm Tyler, I'm afab and genderfuild, my pronouns are he/they but I prefer he/him more. I want to come out to my mom but she is transphobic. But I think she is getting over it because she is following more trans people on tiktok. She apparently knows I'm genderfuild because my friend who is like a sister told me my mom told her but I never told my mom I'm genderfuild. My mom only knows I'm pansexual. All most all my friends knows I'm genderfuild and some of them are supportive and use the right name and pronouns. I just need help coming out to my mom. I might come back to look for help coming out to my step-mom and dad.
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2020.09.22 04:09 Moon-Nari_bish Coming out 👉🏽👈🏽

Hi, I'm Tyler, I'm afab and genderfuild, my pronouns are he/they but I prefer he/him more. I want to come out to my mom but she is transphobic. But I think she is getting over it because she is following more trans people on tiktok. She apparently knows I'm genderfuild because my friend who is like a sister told me my mom told her but I never told my mom I'm genderfuild. My mom only knows I'm pansexual. All most all my friends knows I'm genderfuild and some of them are supportive and use the right name and pronouns. I just need help coming out to my mom. I might come back to look for help coming out to my step-mom and dad.
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2020.09.22 04:07 Moon-Nari_bish [Coming Out] [Family/Friends] Coming out 👉🏽👈🏽

Hi, I'm Tyler, I'm afab and genderfuild, my pronouns are he/they but I prefer he/him more. I want to come out to my mom but she is transphobic. But I think she is getting over it because she is following more trans people on tiktok. She apparently knows I'm genderfuild because my friend who is like a sister told me my mom told her but I never told my mom I'm genderfuild. My mom only knows I'm pansexual. All most all my friends knows I'm genderfuild and some of them are supportive and use the right name and pronouns. I just need help coming out to my mom. I might come back to look for help coming out to my step-mom and dad.
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2020.09.22 02:19 prokirti A polyamorous person in India. Story/rant/seeking advice. Long post.

TLDR: Poly in India, had a hard time understanding what was going on. Can't find other polyamorous partner, thinking of moving to the US. Seeking advice.
Holla, fellow polyamorous people. I want to cover a lot of points, so this might become a long post. I'll do the best I can to keep it interesting and well formatted.
I am a 24M, from India. Ever since I started dating people, in high school, I kind of never understood why people make such a big deal out of finding their 'one'. And why everyone always had to choose between people.
I started my first relationship when I was 17, with a nice, laid back girl. I also had a crush on another girl in my class. I knew it since then that I wanted to be with more than one partner, but I did not want to cheat. I had never heard of the concept of polyamory, and I did not know what my feelings meant. But I knew one thing, I did not want to cheat.
I did what every teenager does. I talked to my friends. Big mistake. They gave me the false and toxic impression, that this is how all men are. My only options were to cheat, or to suck it up.
I ended up doing neither, but I found a compromise. I'd be serially monogamous. 7 years later, it sounds so childish, but hey, hindsight is 20/20, right? I dated multiple girls, one after the other. Never cheated on any. But I will admit, the only reason I broke up with most of my then partners, was that I wanted to date someone else too. I wanted my cake and to eat it too! And I was told this wasn't possible. This did make me feel horrible though, and I was never at peace with what I was doing. I felt like an animal for feeling what I was feeling.
In college, one day while browsing the Internet, I found someone called Franklin Veaux, on quora (look him up if you don't know who he is). OMG! He changed my life. He taught me what polyamory was. He taught me cheating is breaking the rules of a relationship. He taught me what red flags are. He taught me the rules of a relationship, and what standard to strive for. He gave me peace, made me realize I was not just an asshole, but what I felt was acceptable and right.
But, by this time. I was in about a year long relationship with one of my classmates. We were very good at having hard discussions, or so I thought. I happily told her what I had figured out, without thinking too much of it.
Then shit hit the fan. She started crying. I didn't understand, here I was, having clarity, finally understanding my feelings I had been closetting for so long. But the then most important person in my life was a sobbing mess due to what I had just told her about myself.
Thus began 6 months of hell. I figured something new everyday about polyamory. Diving deeper and deeper. My relationship and mental health (also my partner's mental health) took a nose dive. My ex and I made a compromise, I could maybe have sex with other women. Then I realized, I did not just want sex, I wanted multiple emotional partners, then I realized not only did I want multiple partners, I wanted multiple primary partners, then I realized 'veto' is a very toxic concept, and I don't want that. That was the last straw. Everything took 6 months. We finally broke it off.
After my soul searching was over. I had made my decision, I wound never be in a mono relationship. Ever. But where do I find poly partners in India? I tried tinder, I tried okcupid, I tried fetlife, I tried everything. Nada, nope, zilch, nothing.
Nobody had heard of polyamory in India, it felt like. My close friends were very supportive, everyone else thought I had gone crazy. They still told me to either cheat, or suck it up.
I spent a long time without a partner. Then I made a compromise with myself again (2018). I would allow myself to be in a fwb relationship if possible, that is the only 'acceptable' form of non monogamy, I could find in India. But that is not what I actually want. (Have any of you had to make such 'compromises' due to lack of available partners?)
It's 2020, and I am still without a polyamorous partner. Not only without a partner, without ever having met another polyamorous person in my real life. The only polyamorous persons I know of, are all online, that too not in India. Sometimes (for a few seconds) feel I have made all of this up, and I have a psychiatrist condition :) Joking of course.
What is my plan? This is where I want advice.
I have decided not to give up. In the last 2 years, I have worked hard, to try and get into a course in the US (will be done by 2022 at the earliest). My plan is to first, get myself into a place, where people atleast know what polyamory is. Then try to get to know actual people who are polyamorous. We'll see where this takes me.
My issues?
What do you people say?
About me. And some FAQ
24M, as I already said. A doctor, with a very good social life. My post might have led many to believe that I may have clinical depression. Yes, I was depressed for about a 6 month period of my life. But that is way behind me.
I am happy, I have a lot of friends. I have a very active social life, despite the pandemic. I have a ton of hobbies. I am very good friends with ALL my exs. After I figured out what I wanted in life. I made sure of it, to go back, and explain myself to every partner I had. I apologized for behaving the way I did, and for any wrongs I've done in the past. All of them (including my college gf) forgave me, and we are in very good terms. I talk to them almost daily.
I have been actively talking about and promoting polyamory and good relationship ethics in my social circle. I also cut all the toxic people out of my life. I have very open minded friends, and everyone of them supports what I want in my life. Which is nice.
Some more things I need advice on.
Due to be being a vocal supporter of polyamory, I am starting to think my identity is becoming too mixed up with polyamory. Everytime I meet someone new I have to explain everything from the beginning, again. I want to be 'the guy who happens to be polyamorous', and not 'the polyamorous guy'. How do you tackle this?
At what point, if needed, do I end up accepting that a monogamous relationship is all I have the chance of getting? When I'm 25, 30, 35, 40, never? I don't have too much trouble finding people who'd like to date me, if I were monoamorous. But I have to decline.
I prefer to be single, than to be in an average relationship. Specially one that doesn't let such a big part of me, be me.
Note: For those who don't know much about India. India in general is a very conservative community, specially among the older generation (parents). I can never ever ever begin to imagine coming out to them as polyamorous. But, I can't/don't tell them about a lot of things in my life like drinking or even that I've had partners before, and that I've had sex. Yes India, including my parents, are that conservative. I don't think about it much, and honestly am not much bothered by it. It is what is.
But the younger generation, is a lot better. You still have to be careful who you open up to. But specially in a highly educated company, such as what I have, I have never had issues with people giving me a hard time.
Bonus question: 😝😂
I also think I'm bi/pansexual to some extent. And I do not have the guts to ever explore this in India. Never ever, not in a million years. Can I talk about it in my safe social sphere, yeah. Without hesitation. Can I ever risk doing something with a guy? No. If word got out, my social life/ actual life would be in real danger. Yes this still is the reality in India. Even in 2020.
This makes me want to move to a safer country, even more. Advice?
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2020.09.22 02:18 themeridiansea [F4A] looking for an X-Men rp over discord!

Hello! I am looking for an OC or Marvel character to pair with my OC! If you're an OC, or a character I've not heard of, I would like a bio. I use primarily first person, no preference if you use first or third, but can switch myself to third if asked. CST, don't really care about your own time zone as long as we can get in a few replies a day. All characters must be 18+. Preferably you are 18+ as well, since I'm 23 and don't prefer writing with minors as NSFW themes may come up during the rp. No preference on the characters gender, while this is meant to be eventually romantic, Sirona is pansexual. Prompt found below:
I can't believe that I managed to get myself into this situation. Okay, actually, that's a lie. I totally can. It's not the first time I've been attacked, and it's not going to be the last, either. But if I play my cards right it'll be the last for at least a little while. I land in front of a mansion, several yards away, almost collapsing on the ground. Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters. That's a mouthful. But, I've heard of this place, a place for mutants. Maybe they'll be able to help me. Fix me up. Both seams where my wings connect to my back are torn and ragged, bleeding, it's a miracle I was able to fly. I say fly, I mean stay in the air, I almost passed out and fell out of the sky several times. But I have an iron will and... Currently, that's pretty much it. And I finally made it. Somewhat. I made it to the front lawn, and I just can't go any further. So what do I do? I collapse. I'm still conscious, but, I don't think I'll be getting up very soon. Great. Now what, genius? Couldn't you have landed a little bit closer? I just have to hope someone finds me out here.
Sirona Ioane (pronounced eye-oh-ah-knee)- her name means precious. She's half Arabic and half Polynesian, so she's quite dark skinned, though not as dark as African skin. She's got pin straight dark black hair, down to her waist, mostly kept in a braid. She is 24. Her eyes are dark green, the color of pine, sometimes just a touch brighter when excited. If you piss her off her glare can be unsettling. When she was young she was pulled off the streets by Hydra, who were performing unethical biological gene splicing, combining human DNA with that of an animal. She was given sparrow DNA which caused her bones to become light and hollow, and wings to grow from her back. She only weighs about sixty to seventy pounds, but is perfectly healthy. She is the only known human to have survived these tests due to her geokinesis, which she was born with. It gives her the ability to have control over plants, dirt, rock, earth, minerals, anything that could be considered "mother nature" (including a mild telepathy with animals). She is fairly untrusting of about ninety percent of people. She is very stubborn, and feisty. She tends to get into arguments easily, and quickly. They never seem to last long. She is also very protective of her artwork- she paints and sketches as a way to escape reality, and dances as well. She doesn't have any friends, because not many people are willing to overlook her abilities to get close enough to her. Terrified of thunderstorms. Abilities- wings, which enable her to fly at superhuman speeds. Is, unfortunately, not as fast on the ground. Geokinesis.
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2020.09.22 01:58 FinnFarechild Anyone else start imagining something so hot you start breathing heavily?

I'm 18m pansexual guy and I was just feeling really horny and started imagining all the pornstars and people I have crushes on in this beautiful orgy with me right in the middle watching all of it. I'm a pretty imaginative person so it felt kind of real. I ended up just zoning out and I just started breathing heavily and now I just really REALLY wanna have sex. I'm sorry that was probably too much information I just needed to get that out.
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2020.09.22 01:48 the-nator What is your opinion on r/battleaxebi ?

battleaxebi is a pan-phobic sub that deems the label pansexual bad, bi erasure and its just bisexuality. It also doesn't deem certain gender identities "valid". Seeing how today some really bad subs got banned (hooray) what is your take on BABs. As a pansexual myself I think it's obvious what my opinion is.
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2020.09.22 00:45 Anavocadowillkillyou Advice

So I'm a pansexual and my mom is very homophobic and I don't feel like I can come out or be myself around her without her yelling at me or kicking me out or something does anyone have any advice on what I should do
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2020.09.22 00:28 perksofbeingmarian Sexual attraction vs. Romantic attraction

Just found this thread. And firstly, you’re all radiating just good vibes and inspiration. I’m a 27 (f) who first came out at bisexual @14, then pansexual @18. now discovering after many failed relationships with men what compulsory heterosexuality is and feeling like a wave of relief and simultaneously being mind blown. I think I’ve had a break through that although I still feel pansexual and very open to sexual experiences with all genders, men, women, gnc, trans men and women, i really realized how romantic attraction doesn’t always align with sexual attraction. I feel as if homoromantic describes my romantic orientation? Or that I’m only romantically compatible with someone who identifies as a woman. I know people are people and behaviours are not limited to one gender but it really feels like all the things I’ve had problems with in my relationships with men are simply because they actually weren’t women. There’s a certain emotional connection or intelligence that seems so innate and present in all of my friendships with women. Those same feelings or behaviours that resonate with me in my friendships with women are always the „problems“ or difficulties I’ve had with men.
Writing this here in hopes of relatability or if anyone else has insight on their sexual attraction being separate and differently aligned than their romantic attraction?
Much love and gratitude 🙏
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2020.09.22 00:27 perksofbeingmarian Sexual attraction vs. Romantic attraction

Just found this thread. And firstly, you’re all radiating just good vibes and inspiration. I’m a 27 (f) who first came out at bisexual @14, then pansexual @18. now discovering after many failed relationships with men what compulsory heterosexuality is and feeling like a wave of relief and simultaneously being mind blown. I think I’ve had a break through that although I still feel pansexual and very open to sexual experiences with all genders, men, women, gnc, trans men and women, i really realized how romantic attraction doesn’t always align with sexual attraction. I feel as if homoromantic describes my romantic orientation? Or that I’m only romantically compatible with someone who identifies as a woman. I know people are people and behaviours are not limited to one gender but it really feels like all the things I’ve had problems with in my relationships with men are simply because they actually weren’t women. There’s a certain emotional connection or intelligence that seems so innate and present in all of my friendships with women. Those same feelings or behaviours that resonate with me in my friendships with women are always the „problems“ or difficulties I’ve had with men.
Writing this here in hopes of relatability or if anyone else has insight on their sexual attraction being separate and differently aligned than their romantic attraction?
Much love and gratitude 🙏
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2020.09.21 23:09 Throwawaynbtr HRT, sexuality, and monogamy

(Cross posted from trans)
I’m a non-binary AFAB trans masc person. Been out 3 years, got top surgery in 2017 and started low dose T last October. I’ve been married just under a year to a cis pansexual woman. We are monogamous. I made it clear from the beginning that I’m queer as in “anybody can get it”, but at the time we first started dating (2.5 years ago), I was more attracted to women than men. As I’ve been on this journey with HRT, gradually increasing my dosage, my attraction to and desire for men has skyrocketed. Which is just great with the increased libido, and being in a monogamous, committed long term relationship with a cis woman. Has anyone been in a similar situation? I think I might be poly. Like I want to experience emotional intimacy as well as physical intimacy with a man. And I love my wife and could not imagine leaving her. But I kind of feel like a big POS for having these feelings. And very isolated because obviously I can’t talk with my wife about it, at least not yet. I kind of doubt she would be receptive to a more open relationship, and I’m afraid telling her about this would hurt her and seriously damage our relationship. Also our sex life has been pretty nonexistent for a while, and we’ve been needing couples therapy for other issues (working on getting that set up). So we’re not exactly in a place where our relationship is healthy enough to be able to handle this, even if she was open to it. Looking for support and advice.
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2020.09.21 22:51 almondmilk26 Preference?

Welcome to my TedTalk I know y’all lowkey did not miss me but I like to think you did lol. Though I do have a question and would like to discuss about it.
The topic of preference has come up a lot in my life from my sister. I don’t know why but sometimes she’ll just ask me what my preference is in terms of what race would I date. And it makes me very uncomfortable because she judges me for my preference.
Now don’t get me wrong I love everybody I am what you would call pansexual but I don’t really like labels. Whoever I date I like them for them and that’s really it.
Now that’s not to say I don’t lean a certain way when it comes to race. From what I have gathered for me personally I will typically for for someone who is either Asian or Latino and that goes for whatever gender you are I don’t care. I say this because my experience with these to races is the best compared to dating black and white people. I have horrible experiences with black and white men especially and I’ve been Ridiculed by black and white women. So in my mind WHY would I lean towards them when I don’t have a great experience with them.
This is not to say that I would never date black or white people but they are not my preference based on the experiences I’ve had with them. I won’t date someone just on their race because that’s dumb. I date someone because I like them.
I get really uncomfortable when people ask me my preference because then they start talking about that I hate myself which isn’t true or just judge me for what I say. It’s annoying like why ask if your not going to like an answer that doesn’t match yours. I think I’m honestly just ignore people when they ask me that including my sister because it’s irritating to have someone give you a weird look or start preaching to you about why it’s wrong or whatever.
I feel like my sister thinks I’ll magically change my answer every time she asks. Like for me personally I don’t care what you like I don’t care unless you are fetishizing the race. Like if you say I like black guys but claim to hate every other race but never dated another race than yes that’s weird but otherwise I DON’T CARE. So why are other people pressed?
Do you guys ever get this question because I swear it’s all my sister ever wants to talk 🙄
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2020.09.21 22:12 Artistwithnotime HELP! I NEED FRIENDS, IN SLIGO!!

Hello, I'm actually looking for friends in The Republic of Ireland . I'm a Canadian who's going to a University here and I have nobody. No friends, no family, nothing. I feel like members of the LGBTQ+ community would be great friends to have here because at home my town lacks representation.
I'm a 20-year-old pansexual female, I have ADHD so I'm not good at texting sometimes but, I really do like having conversations with people, mainly in person because then I can't forget to respond. While going to University here I'll be in my third year and I'm not sure what I'm doing because I'm on the other side of the world where no one can support me. The support bit isn't completely true as my family at home keep in frequent contact, often forgetting time zones.
I'd like some friends who would understand the gay side of myself, as I've never really got to talk about it before.
If you go to the same University as me please leave a comment and maybe we could try and meet up.
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2020.09.21 20:49 fleursdesmal1 hello, im confused

okay well i've been going through a lot lately, and i used to think i was pretty bisexual. people around me thought the same too haha. i've been thinking maybe i'm just gay? but i really have been attracted to men before. and then i remembered what being pansexual is.
so i've always thought of everyone as attractive or at least "i can, in some way or another find someone attractive" and i've always kind of thought its more what's on the inside that matters because a physical form is just that, a physical form. i was brought up in a religion where i was taught to focus on the inside of a person because physical forms are temporary,, also tv always told me to focus on the inside so i just... thought everyone liked each other because of how nice we were to each other. so maybe i don't care about gender and i'm actually pansexual? because the concept of gender and homo/heterosexuality don't really make sense to me i mean it feels more accurate to say someone is andro/gynephilic but i realized not everyone would date someone who is trans or androgynous or nb (at least according to the people around me) and technically if the whole world was androgynous you wouldn't be able to tell what genitals someone has anyways so why does it matter? it feels hard to label it.
not to mention that sexually i get turned on by pretty much anything like i can somehow always find anything hot (maybe its teenage hormones idk) but also it just feels like physical attraction isn't as important as romantic attraction or emotional connection... i think anyone can be attracted to anyone but that gender scares people and that we live in a cis heteronormative society. i thought everyone knew that technically they could be attracted to anyone and that labels are not concrete but its just me?? also i do tend to like guys tbh but like i could be with a girl or a nb person like i feel like i could like them just as much.
but a lot of my crushes (mostly on guys, but i've probably had one on a girl and didn't realize it) were based mostly on physical attraction but like based on an energy? like they did something attractive and while i can say their face/body is hot someone just becomes much more attractive after idk doing things. it's why i thought i could just be gay, because i didn't care much about celebrities and stuff or just photos of models on instagram because i never saw them irl. but like i thought like ig famous girls were pretty and stuff so??? maybe i just wanted to be like them?? also i've never been in a relationship and i can't really picture dating anyone rn,, idk if that helps. i'm pretty school focused & hate myself at the moment LOL
maybe i'm just a very open-minded bisexual girl with a preference for men?? pansexuals don't have preferences right?? iDKKKKK
thank you for any advice :)
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2020.09.21 20:28 gaychickenconsumer Entry one.

September 21st, Monday, 2020. Today was an easy day. I had some fairly decent lessons. Year 8 is an interesting year, however everything still feels empty. Everyday I come home I am packing my bag I do my homework I listen to mother mother or something more tasteful like ACDC or Nirvana or perhaps Led Zeppelin it's occured that a girl in my year and in my classes has had feelings for me and I have no idea how to react to it thankfully she hasn't asked me out yet but either way when she does I'm still not sure I'm going to say or maybe then I will but now I don't know what to do do sexually tease confusing thing I don't know anything about it hence why I don't label my attraction it just seems that in this world we can't have anything without somebody else being upset pansexuality can be biphobic somehow but so I might as well just allow people to think what they want and move on on I also cut out one of my friends on Sunday and part of me still loves him. He's quite handsome. Brown hair, tall-ish, strong face structure and he has some acne and a tiny bit chubby but looks aren't everything, his personality had developed over quarantine but all of a sudden when we went back to school he just reverted to the majority of his old ways. I had a strong relationship with him however, everything went down. He's moving away from part of the country as well. I'm not sure whether I'm happy about it or not. I might as well try harder to move on. Oh well. This ungodly virus is going to fuck us all over. Everything is okay, I think.
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2020.09.21 20:13 thatlady777 24 [F4R] - #Chicago suburbs- tall platypus lady seeks relationship with another intriguing and/or awkward being(s)

Hullo! I am a student living in the west suburbs of Chicago. I am a queer, polyamorous, kinky lady looking for a person or people to date and form a more serious relationship with, who are also understanding of my busy schedule.
A little more about me: I would consider myself highly empathetic and I believe in altruism, which is why I’m pursuing a career in medicine. I love to read and do crafty things in my spare time. I’m trying to go the gym more to improve my health; I am a curvy lady, and I try my hardest to embrace my body, but I still want to take care of it to the best of my ability by eating healthy food and getting plenty of movement in my weekly schedule.
I really enjoy people who share some of my values, mostly regarding the goodness of humankind and the drive to help others. I hope my future partner(s) would be kind, caring, loving, and that we just have a generally positive and joyful connection. I know this seems kind of vague and nonspecific, and that’s because I really like getting to know people on a deep level. What we agree/disagree about, what drives them, and so on, and I want a connection to happen naturally that way.
For anyone who wants to send me a message - feel free! However, please keep the following things in mind: again, I am seeking a person or group of people for a more serious relationship. I will not accept any messages from people looking for a hook up. Additionally, I am hoping for a partner or partners in the greater Chicago area, so please don’t message me if you’re from out of state. My preferred age range is 22-38, but if you are slightly out of that range, still feel free to shoot me a message and we can talk about it.
As a pansexual woman, I like to embrace the fact that I appreciate and love people of all gender identities, races, faiths, and belief systems. I hope I can find my person, and I wish you all luck in the same!
Thank you, friends!
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