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yourdailyqueer2 days ago
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Terri Doty
Gender: Female
Sexuality: Pansexual
DOB: 4 April 1984
Ethnicity: English, Mexican
Nationality: American
Occupation: Voice actress, director, ADR writer
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posi-pana day ago
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[ID: A graphic of a corkboard with a yellow post-it note reading "Pan Week Dec. 6-12" in black in the center. Surrounding that is polaroid photos of pansexual characters: Vampirella, Seer, Leonard Snart, Ambrose Spellman, Lucifer Morningstar, Izzy Silva, Harry Turpin, Miggy Park, Mazikeen, Nadja, David Rose, Ola Nyman, Klaus Hargreeves, and Deadpool. The post-it note and polaroid photos have either a pink, yellow, or blue pin in each of them. End ID.]
pan week is so close!!!! are y'all excited???? 馃挅馃挍馃挋
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bundibird4 months ago
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I dont really care if you use the term bisexual or pansexual, but what i DO care about is that you understand that bisexuality at NO stage in history was EVER trans-exclusionary. Bisexuality has always included trans folks, and non-binary folks, and the entire spectrum of gender between male and female, as well as Definitively Gender and agender. It has ALWAYS meant "attraction to more than one gender." It has NEVER meant "attraction to cis men and women only."
So, pan, bi, use whichever label you will. But do NOT buy into the recent-years innacurate concept that bisexuality is attraction to cis men and women only, because thats literally never been the case.
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theark-ofvoid3 months ago
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I crawl out of my hole to bring this
Edit: Panphobes can ch0ke on my d!ck :)
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fixing-bad-posts7 months ago
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[Image ID: A screenshot of a text post that has been edited. the username has been covered by scribbles in the pan and bi pride flag colours. The edited post reads, "bi is attraction and pan is attraction. Bisexuals are good, pansexuals are good."]
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bi is attraction and pan is attraction. Bisexuals are good, pansexuals are good
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charliewrites996 months ago
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Me: Hm, I think this character is not straight.
Someone: Ummm, actually, they dated *opposite gender person* so they are obviously a heterosexual.
Me: *pulling a "bisexual/pansexual/queer" card out of my sleave like it's a poker game and I am about to cheat*
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cowardly-bisexual6 months ago
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I talked to a friend today about this narrative in our society that trans people aren鈥檛 worthy of love and how often trans people feel like they鈥檙e don鈥檛 deserve love and no one could ever love them
and how pansexuality was born out of a response to that, and how it鈥檚 saying聽鈥渢hat鈥檚 not true, I could love you鈥 but there is an implicit second part of聽鈥...not other people though鈥 because if you considered loving trans people normal, you wouldn鈥檛 create a special label for it and a cute little slogan of聽鈥渉ears to parts鈥 to let trans people know you would love them not including their bodies but despite their bodies
and it absolutely comes from a benevolent place of wanting to let trans people know you鈥檙e on their side聽but just because the intentions are good it doesn鈥檛 make it any less transphobic
you鈥檙e still reinforcing the idea that most people could never love a trans person
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hadacol5 months ago
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Pansexuality is when you're attracted to multiple genders and feel the label "pan" best describes your experience
Bisexuality is when you're attracted to multiple genders and feel the label "bi" best describes your experience
No sexuality is inherently more progressive and bi vs pan infighting only serves to distract from the real enemy: multi level marketing schemes
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mwya10 months ago
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I think we should all just pretend we鈥檝e never heard of pansexuality and when someone tries to explain it to you just go,聽鈥淵ou mean bisexuality?鈥
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yourdailyqueer2 days ago
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Greta Christina
Gender: Female
Sexuality: Bisexual/Pansexual
DOB: 31 December 1961
Ethnicity: White - American
Occupation: Public speaker, blogger, writer, activist
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posi-pan7 months ago
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JoJo Siwa talked about her sexuality with People and said she still doesn鈥檛 really know what she is, and she knows she doesn鈥檛 have to, but she wants to.
鈥淏ut like, I don't know, bisexual, pansexual, queer, lesbian, gay, straight. I always just say gay because it just kind of covers it or queer because I think the Q word is cool. I like queer. Technically I would say that I am pansexual because that's how I have always been my whole life is just like, my human is my human.鈥
She reiterates that she still doesn鈥檛 have a final answer and doesn鈥檛 know if she ever will; 鈥渋t's something that just kind of floats around and I'm living my life. It is what it is."
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marvelandponder5 months ago
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here's a take for you: queerbaiting might not apply to as much as you think it does. why? other queer people can have different desires and needs from their representation than you do.
and over-using the term queerbaiting hurts other queer people who have different queer readings than your own.
listen, I'm a proud shipper. have been for a decade. but if I go hardcore advocating for my super cute and valid lesbian ship to be the ONLY queer interpretation out there that MUST be canon OR ELSE it's queerbaiting... what about queer people on the aroace spectrum who really identify with that character? what about bisexuals and pansexuals? do their queer headcanons/readings not matter? of course they do!
what if my nonbinary best friend has this ultra rad nonbinary headcanon for their favourite character? but the vast majority of the fandom feels hurt that the creator is queerbaiting them on what is CLEARLY and CAN ONLY BE a MTF trans character OTHERWISE it's transphobic? how do you think it feels to be excluded like that?
unless there's an active campaign by the media's staff to market to a specific subset of the community (for the purposes of views, money, etc.), gonna be real... it's likely it's not queerbaiting. obviously queerbaiting is horrible, feels horrible, and actively invalidates the queer people being baited. but not everything that is queer-coded is queerbaiting, and not everyone who doesn't ship your ship or agree with your headcanon is actively against your fight for representation. maybe they're just struggling for their own
TL;DR all kinds of queer people can have totally different and equally valid headcanons. let's support, not speak over each other
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sadaroacegirlfluxa month ago
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me: tells my sister i鈥檓 aroace
my sister: literally the most supportive person ever!
my sister: tells me she鈥檚 pan
me: time to give you as much validation as you gave me!
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fixing-bad-posts3 months ago
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[Image ID: A tumblr text post, edited blackout-poetry style to read, "discourse is so tiring and the vast majority of identities like pan and omni and polysexual have created a unique brand of inherently sexy people. Have a nice day."]
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discourse is so tiring and the vast majority of identities like pan and omni and polysexual have created a unique brand of inherently sexy people
have a nice day
Submitted by @ask-reagon-dreamer-ask-blog-open
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teen-heart-throb-mr-hyde6 months ago
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happy pride month! this is your reminder that while there is an overlap between bisexuality and pansexuality the two labels can and should coexist. they mean different things to different people, and not everyone who identifies as pan secretly has internalized biphobia.
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cowardly-bisexuala year ago
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Can we please shift the conversation from whether labels are "valid" and start asking substanial questions such as are they useful? Are they useful politically or for building communities and movements? Do they make sense? How are they materially different from other labels? What kind of message do they send about people who don't subscribe to that label? Why would we need them? What are they based on? What is their history, origin and purpose? Are they useful irl? Why do they make us feel different than older, more stigmatised labels?
Let's move beyond individual feelings and immediate gratification and start asking what's useful and helpful for us as a movement if we want to achieve material change
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gentle-positivity7 months ago
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Omnisexual/romantic is a valid identity.
Bisexual/romantic is a valid identity.
Pansexual/romantic is a valid identity.
Polysexual/romantic is a valid identity.
Asexual/romantic is a valid identity.
None are born from hatred. They are all real and valid. You are real and valid.
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