My story isn’t too long, but i’ll share it N-T ways. I found out I was pan around the time I turned 18. I first came out to my best friends, then my mother and I was so happy to be blessed with such a loving, supportive, and acceptive mother like her (shouts out to the mom unit). Then my family who made some jokes in the beginning *nothing discriminatory* (because that’s what we do we’re a joking family) but accepted nonetheless and I love so much for them for it.
Happy Pansexual visibility day, loves! Let’s show the world we flippin’ exist and we come in all different sizes, colors, shapes, religions, and genders! Don’t let anyone ever tell you you’re using your sexuality to be greedy, or that you call yourself pan because you’re desperate because that is toxic, close-minded, and ignorant bullshit and everyone knows it.
Look in the mirror today and tell yourself, “I am a beautiful pansexual human being, and I need no one’s validation because this is my life, and I will live it the way I choose and no one is going to stop me.”