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need some help

Okay guys I need your help....

i have to tell you a little Story about me first so you can understand me a little bit more. i am a 18 y/o boy from germany, and tbh like 2 weeks ago i didn't even know what pansexual really is. but there was a thing that changed my whole life and mind. before i was a "normal" guy livin his life...i used to fall in love for girls and things like that. Okay sometimes i was a little bit thinkin about how it would be to be a girl but idk i think everyone has sometimes thought how it would be to be the other sex, so there were no worries to have. so i was randomly on instagram and there was a pic on my explore site. i opened it and it confused my a lil bit at first. there were two guys cuddling, what was weird for me until then. so i literally watched almost all his (over 7000) pictures to know sth about him. I found out that he was born a girl and is transgender since he is 11 or so (he's 14 now). because of the fact i learned a lot of him and saw all the pictures and videos my feelings got really messy and i didnt know whats i just noticed a simple thing....i fell in love for him really hard...and with hard i mean like so much i have never felt, even not in a short relationship with a girl a few years ago.
okay actually i got a little more familiar with the fact that i cloud also love someone who is not a girl (its still weird for me), but i still don't how to handle this all....
apart from that there are lots more problems.....1. he is very young compared to my age, 2. he lives in england so like 9 hours away by car (what wouldn't be a big problem for me), 3. he has a lot of followers on instagram so also like fans and so on, he gets tons of massages a day so even if i would try, he probably wouldn't even notice me...and also there is the problem that he recently split up with his boyfriend (who actually is also born a girl and trans).

so tbh i have thought of maybe loving another guy or trans, but i wasn't that familiar with it like with the fact loving this guy. but even if i would, there would be the problem of telling ist to other people. i dont have that many friends and im afraid i could lose them if i would tell them from nothin. and there are also my parents who i would have to tell.
so im very alone and have absolutely nobody to talk about things like this, and it really sucks and hurts really bad...and im really shy so it makes it even harder to tell sb....

okay so i already thank you guys for helping me, and sorry if my english is probably bad...

brgrds timo

Changeing from Bisexual to Pansexual

Hi Folks!
I´m new to this site. And so I thought I may leave my Story here. So you can pick it up, read it and maybe leave a comment.

I figured out that I also was also attracted to Girls in a very young Age. The Household I grew up was very Open minded. So when I became 13-14 I began to saw myself more and more as Bisexual. I never had a "real" Coming Out. To my Parents I just mentioned it when our Conversations came to the Dating Topic. And I said
"maybe I would like to have a Girlfriend as well as a Boyfriend".
My Father where very cool about it, since the first second. He absolutely accepted it as part of me.
I´t wasn´t like "I don´t care", but more like "I understand, think it´s cool you don´t lie about it and its absolutely ok for me as long as you are happy".
I´m still overwhelmed, reminding how much he understood it.
On my Mothers side it wasn´t like bad. More the typical frases like "How could you know,yet?"
"Woulnd´t you date a Boy first?" "Aren´t you to young to know for sure?", stuff like that.
The worst Expierence I had on that was that I told a (I thought) close Friend, saying that´s very sensitive Topic for me and I wish her to don´t tell anybody at school. But guess what happend. Yeah...of curse two Days later people rushed on me asking if its true. And in the end of that week Bisexual became Lesbian.
But I did try to stand strong, not hiding anything. Just said "Yeah I like both sexes and I am totally fine with that" and sometimes tried to explain it properly to the People who where open enought to listen.

Since that Time I never made a big deal out of being Bi. I was in a long term Relationship with a Man.
But I never felt like "oh I´m straight now". Never! I never lost my apetite on Woman.
So If I considered myself "Bisexual", why I´m Posting in a Pansexual Community you may Wonder.

Cuz I changed or let´s better say realized, that Bi don´t fits my view on that whole Thing anymore.
The last few Months I watched a lot of Transgender Videos on Youtube. Not because I feel that Way. I´m absolutely ok being a Woman. But rather interrested in the Topic. And I saw myself getting more and more into it. And that as long that I can find something attracting on a Person. Like the Way they move, Parts of their Bodys or their Vioce. I wouln´t mind if he or she is in the middle of Transformation. That The sexual Identity or the biological Sex doesn´t count for me in the Fact If I could have an Releationship with someone.
And so I find myself much more comfortable, finding a word that describes my Feeling so well.

So If you Consider to Comment on that Post. Which I would be very happy about. Than I would like to talk about your Experience with being Pansexual and the Fact its so unknown in Society.

Have a inspired time!

Woo! I'm pansexual! :D

So, I'm 14, my name is Raven, and I started question my sexuality around the age of 10, when a girl said something to me that made my heart skip a beat, even though she was only kidding around. It felt natural, and I explored these feelings. I knew I liked girls and guys, but I thought for a bit I might be transgender, because I didn't feel like a girl inside. After a bit of experimentation and research, I came to terms with me being pansexual, gender blind and gender neutral. :D I'm very proud of it too!
I came out as a bisexual because not many people know what pansexuality is down here (Oklahoma). When I was 12, almost 13, the summer before 7th grade, I came out to a friend, and she told people, and I lost all of my friends (and boyfriend of nearly 3 years, mind you) because they were too young and judgmental to understand. >.< I went through a year and a half of bullying and learning to make new friends, but recently my best friend (whom I was in love with, complicated story) backstabbed me and she and I no longer talk, so I am at a loss of friends once more. Soon, 8th grade will be over and I will be going to school online for freshman year. :)

Message me if you have any kind of question! I'm open-minded and I never judge.

~<3 Raven


Hi all,

I came out as pansexual to my close friends two days ago. This is my story:

"By the way, I'm not completely straight. I'm pansexual."

That is exactly how it happened. I felt no need to be embarassed or beat around the bush so I got to the point. It made me laugh when I thought about it later. At this moment in time I have no plans of coming out to anyone else as: 1) a lot of people don't know what it is and 2) it's still considered wrong by the vast majority. Even though I am pansexual myself, I can see why other people find it weird. Bisexuality would be fine but, as soon as people hear that transsexuals, intersex etc. are involved in some way, it becomes weird.

One of the biggest things holding me back from publicly coming out is awkwardness. It's an awkward thing to admit as it's not often heard of. It's like casually telling people you've got a foot fetish, it's one of those things that people judge you on. It's not seen by many as a proper sexuality, more as a weird fetish/experiment. But, you know, that's the world.

I apologise for any spelling mistakes there may be. I'm writing on my iPod.


P.S. I posted this a few minutes ago but decided that using my real name was a bad idea.

New to the Community xD

Hi everyone! I'm Lainey. I'm totally new to this website and to this community. I'm joining this community because of my sexual orientation and I figure it will be a nice way to meet other people. Here's a bit about me:
1. I love to write stories.
2. I'm unsure of my religious beliefs, I mean, I believe in God, but I don't know much past that. I'm still trying to figure it out.
3. I love music. Rock music especially. I'm always listening to music.
4. I'm a teenager.
5. I realized that I was pansexual when I was about twelve or thirteen. That's why I hate it when people say "Oh, you're too young to really know." to other people. That's also why my parents don't know about my sexual orientation yet. I'm proud of it, I am, I'm just afraid of what they will say. They're very strict and very religious. Plus, people are treated differently if they have a different sexual orientation around here. People aren't necessarily treated badl all the time. . . just different. I can't really explain it very well. At least, that's what it's like where I live.
Well, that's all I'm going to type for now. If you want to talk, send a message or whatever. Adios!
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hello community :)

I'm Amelica (or Micaela) I'm 19 years old. And honestly I don't know if I'm a pansexual.... in other forum where we were discussing about sexuality I started asking me why am I supposed to be a girl and what being a girl means.
Does anyone born being a woman or is it a social construction? or both? does a girl with male genitalia "less" woman than woman with female genitalia?
if it's a social construction, why can't i construct other way to tag myself? why am I supposed to be woman or man anyway?

I though I was bi because I felt attracted to "woman" in some opportunities
I really don't know if I'm a pansexual because I think I don't know enough about it
Other girl said i was a "queer", anyway

Any questions?

I'll give you this :) I'll found it cute
chrona, crona, reading, chibi


You may call me Maniac, Tenshi, or even Crona-chan.
I'm an anime/manga (specifically Soul Eater)-obsessed 17 year old female, who is also a budding artist who someday will write novels, manga, doujinshi, sing, travel, and voice act. I plan to at the very least study psychology if I find myself not up to becoming one.
Though I'd be curious as I grew into my teen years, I began questioning my sexuality extensively last year when developing an affection for an androgynous character (say what you will, but characters are based to be realistic), and have been able to comfortably identify myself as Pansexual. Currently I'm single and wondering who I shall fall in love with one day, but that doesn't get in my way of caring for every person in some way and enjoying the beautiful bonds of friendship and family.
Thank you for reading, ciao~

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