“Oh, Hey. I own my corporation, what do you do? I have ten million followers. I’m tumblr famous. FUCK YOU. TUMBLR IS A PIECE OF FUCKING GARBAGE. Fuck tumblr. Fuck being tumblr famous. You’re fucking stupid. I think they’re all fucking faggots.”—Andrew, when I said Jamjars was “tumblr famous”
K. So I know you are pansexual, and I know you're very open about things, so I'm just gonna ask ya. What was it like for you to "come out?" I mean, did you realize you were pansexual, or was it entirely different?
Wow. First legit anon ever! Thank you, bby!
Yes, I am pansexual. And yes, I am very open about things. But, I never really “came out” as pansexual, to be honest. I came out in stages, really. I came out to my best friend, at age 13 as bisexual, because back then, I didn’t know any different. I then came out to my mother when I was 15 or so, and I didn’t come out to my grandmother until last year. I’d always known that gender/identity/biological sex was never important to me when it came to those that I was attracted to, and no… I didn’t just “realize” that I’m pansexual. I just was lurking the internet, stumbled across a definition of pansexuality and I was like “Wow… That fits me so much better than just plain ol’ bisexual.” It was more like I was using the wrong word to describe my sexuality, not a realization of who I was attracted to. So, later on, when asked about my sexuality, I would say that I was pansexual, when asked questions, I just tell them how I feel. Only now-a-days, people just give me dumb looks, so I say “It’s like bisexual, only I like everything in between, not just boys and girls.”
So, in short… Coming out wasn’t that difficult. My family and friends have always been accepting, and they love me for me, not who I wanna do.
I dunno if I completely answered your questions, though… So, if you want to know any more, just hit up my ask! (And you can always come off anon, and I’ll answer privately if you need me to!)