Awh :/sometimes to avoid confusion and all of the dumb jokes about pansexuals being attracted to skillets and frying pans, i just say that i'm bisexual.
one time at a family gathering, my (religious) grandma was going off about sexualities that "don't exist" (basically, she was saying that anything that is not gay or straight is made up). when she started going on about bisexual people and saying all this dumb stuff, so i figured i would "make a joke", *wink wink* *hint hint* and when she said "I don't even know why people identify as these fake things, bisexuals don't even exist!" i just went "grandma,, i'm literally right here.." and she GASPED, like, she was sHoCkEd. my cousins that already knew were laughing their asses off and i could see that my grandma was getting kinda mad, so i was like 'oh god, im about to ruin my entire relationship with her, it's best that i tell her it was a joke' and i just go "It's a joke grandma, im straight hahaha" and she just went "you better be.." and then she lectured me about not joking around about stuff like that.
imagine what it's gonna be like when she attends my wedding haha
I don't have a lot of friends like that, but in my old school I saw a boy who had they / them as pronouns and he was criticizedlike I have a friend who has they/them pronouns and my dad REFUSES to call them by they're pronouns. disgusting.
I would say something deep and insightful but-I don't have a lot of friends like that, but in my old school I saw a boy who had they / them as pronouns and he was criticized
(i'm actually she/her, but the lgbt choose their voice. they have the right, and we have no right to criticize them for that.)