I was EXCITED BEYOND MY IMAGINATION when the Big Mouth season 3 trailer dropped 💖 I HAD BEEN WAITING FOR THE TRAILER FOR DAYS
And then, I saw this part of the trailer 💖 I first questioned my sexuality when I was in 10th grade one day when I kinda realised I was having a crush on Aubrey Plaza the same way I felt for boys. But I didn't even think much of it and that question lasted for about 5 minutes and I pushed it back probably because I wasn't ready to accept who I am. I continued thinking of myself as a straight girl who was an incredibly supportive ally for the lgbtq+ community.
Then in 11th grade in August (2017) I came to terms with the fact that there was no way I am straight even though I liked boys cause it was not just boys I was capable of having feelings for. Once I came to accept that, I established that I could define my sexuality bisexual.
On August 22nd I came out to my best friend and my other friend who also like my best friend in school (she is bisexual and came out to me in 9th grade. The other one started thinking about her sexuality after I came out and then realised she is bisexual a few weeks later) and it made me feel a special kind of good that I can't express.
Then last year around June or July I read this article of how Brendon Urie defines his sexuality as pansexual and finally realised that my sexuality can be described best by that one word. PANSEXUAL. Hence I have been describing my sexuality as pansexual. A few months after that I came out to another friend who is a 100% ally and she was hella supportive and I felt the same feeling of good again. 2 weeks ago I met a girl in college and she said she is agnostic and I was like same. And then she said she is pansexual and I screamed and said that I am pansexual too. I got the same good feeling that cannot be described from back when I came out to 3 of my other friends. I made my first openly pansexual friend 💖
I love people regardless of gender and I have come to terms with that and that has a lot to do with representation in media. My parents are okay with the lgbtq+ community as long as it's not their child(ren). ~Caption continued in comments.~