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is it weird to be pansexual?

hi im 14 nonbinary and my parents are telling me stuff about my gender and sexuality is it normal and can i have support?
Original post by Anonymous
hi im 14 nonbinary and my parents are telling me stuff about my gender and sexuality is it normal and can i have support?

As a fellow pansexual (18y) it’s normal to feel as though you’re in a moment of constant questioning. What’s weird is forcing yourself to fit into the standard when that’s putting strain on you. At this point I’ve just accepted that I like who I like regardless of gender. We do exist out here 🤞
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Original post by Anonymous
As a fellow pansexual (18y) it’s normal to feel as though you’re in a moment of constant questioning. What’s weird is forcing yourself to fit into the standard when that’s putting strain on you. At this point I’ve just accepted that I like who I like regardless of gender. We do exist out here 🤞

thanks brought my hopes up a little
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My friend used to be Pansexual at 17/18 yo, then fast forward to today, they are now Asexual. Don't ever feel like you need to have a label, although I understand it can be helpful for some however just know that sexuality is quite fluid. Just know yourself who and what you like, if it's comfortable or not and don't listen to anyone else if they try to put you in a box. Just be you :biggrin:
Original post by Anonymous
hi im 14 nonbinary and my parents are telling me stuff about my gender and sexuality is it normal and can i have support?


if your parents know what it's like to be a nonbinary pansexual individual then they can give you an opinion, but that doesn't mean it's right/ how you feel/ should be followed. if you're happy, healthy mentally and physically and not actively hurting anyone around you in a serious, non reversible way, then who cares if you're pansexual or nonbinary? it's part of who you are, and people change, so you just have to accept it. being queer is so normal
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