I Thought I Was Pansexual, And Then Realized That I Am Queersexual Instead

Back in the summer of 2020, I made a blog post about what pride month means to me. In that post, I came out as pansexual. I will leave a link to that below. In that post, I mentioned that I thought originally that I was bisexual. Then I started thinking, am I really pansexual?

The thought hit me again recently. I was really starting to wonder what my true sexuality was. I was starting to question if I was truly pansexual or if I was right the first time, that I was actually bisexual. It was a really tricky realization. I felt like I had been lying to myself and letting myself down. The conflict with my identity felt like a major nightmarish rabbit hole.

In the end, I came to terms with the fact that I am actually a queersexual woman. I realized that my identity was not worth stressing over. I just had to accept myself and love myself for who I am. I am worthy of loving who I want to love. I am worthy of love and respect. I am worthy of sharing good in the world, showing good in the world, and spreading good in the world.

I have some advice for some other people in the world who are struggling with their identity and with figuring out who they love. Love is love. Love who you want to love. You are worthy of love, respect, and admiration. You are worthy of enjoying the things you enjoy in life, and being happy with yourself.

Spread happiness in the world, no matter who you love. Continue to be yourself. Take the time to truly be happy with yourself and take care of yourself. I’ll be honest, self-love has been something that have struggled with for a long time. I am still working on that, and it’s something that I find worthwhile to work on.

I have a three-step formula for accepting yourself and loving yourself for who you are. Step One: Remember that you are worth of love and positivity. Step Two: Find the things you love in the world, and work towards them. Step Three: Spread as much positivity in the world. I have learned that being positive and loving is a great way to accepting yourself for who you are and who you love.

EDIT 09/14/2022: Link missing!

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