Honestly “queer” is so useful for people like me w/ a “complicated orientation” b/c instead of having to say I’m “asexual panromantic” and explain what that means, I can just say “I’m queer” and it tells you all you need to know (that I’m not straight).
REBLOG FOR AWARENESS! It’s that time of year again. The time of year where we celebration Pan Visibility Day.
May 24th I will open up the submission box so all of you lovelies can submit your selfies, stories, experiences, words of wisdom, art work or other pan related posts here and I will post them here.
Rules: Please keep it clean no nudes or explicit content, I have followers under 18 please respect that. Also please only submit original content. Nothing offensive either. Also you must be pansexual or panromantic (you can have other labels yes so someone who is panromantic ____sexual or pansexual ______romanitcs can submit, yes) Allies may not submit.
Please note that if I get enough posts to go past the post limit here on Tumblr I will continue to post all the submissions submitted before May 24th 11:59 pm PST until they are all gone.
•Heres to the pan kids who are told they are bi
•Heres to the pan kids who are in the closet because their friends and family dont know what pan even means
•Heres to the pan kids who never heard of their own sexuality till they went on the internet
•Heres to the pan kids who are called “greedy” and “horny for everyone and everything”
•Heres to the pan kids who are pansexual but not panromantic
•Heres to the pan kids who are panromantic but not pansexual
•Heres to the pan kids who are pansexual and panromantic
•Heres to the pan kids who have preferances
•Heres to the pans kids who have to go through “Why arent I your type youre supposed to like everyone”
•Heres to the pan kids who are pansexual but have only ever been with the opposite or other sex
•Heres to the pan kids who are pansexual but have only ever been with the same sex
•Heres to the pan kids who are pansexual but only have dated non binary genders
•Heres to the pan kids who are afraid to go to pride because some people in the LGBT+ community dont know or accept pansexuality
•Heres to the pan kids because we are valid and real
Webcomics are great – they’re usually free to read (all the ones listed here are) and fun to follow. Webcomics are also uniquely suited to include a diverse cast of characters. This is a list of comics I feel are really good that include aromantic-spectrum and asexual-spectrum characters. Look for descriptions under the cut!