[Image: A black and white image of a person with a mohawk, with no visible facial features.
Text: Around a year ago, I realized I was pansexual. Now, I’m beginning to think I’m really a panromantic gray-ace. I’m also genderfluid, goth, and autistic. Am I really on the ace-spectrum, or am I overthinking things or looking for an excuse to further distance myself from the norm?]
[image: close up of men’s formal wear. text: “I worry that I won’t be attracted to you when you transition…but I love you too much to leave…”]
Image: Andy Beirsack on stage
Text: “I’m FtM. I just want to look like Andy Biersack. He is my definition of the perfect man. He is beautiful”
[image: black and white image of Will Smith and Vy Smith of Fresh Prince of Bel Air. Vy appears to be taking care of a sick Will. text: “I am nowhere near the stage where I’ll be able to get top surgery. And I’m not out to anyone in my family. But one of the few things that get me through it all, Is that the part of my family that would accept it, Live in the same town of a surgeon who does top surgery. And they’ll most likely let me stay with them after the surgery.”]
[Image description: a white background with two hearts, one red, one blue, and the words ‘I’m not in love with you anymore… so why am I still jealous of her?’]
~ The image has a purple and black background with pale grey text over the top. The text reads:
“I want to be a part of the LGBTQ+ community, but I don’t feel as if I am ‘queer enough’ to take part. I’m female assigned at birth, and because I don’t feel strongly that my gender doesn’t match my body, or that the label ‘woman’ is incorrect, I just live as a woman because it’s easier that way.
The truth is, I don’t really understand what it means to have a gender. I don’t know how I would tell if I really am a woman because I don’t know what being a woman (or not) is supposed to feel like.
I also don’t like labelling myself as ‘bisexual’ or ‘pansexual’, because even though I have always been strongly attracted to people of all genders, I have only ever had romantic relationships with men. I know it doesn’t make sense to think this way, but I almost think I haven’t earned the right to label myself as ‘queer’.” ~
[image: Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone as Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy in The Amazing Spiderman. text: “I think I’m in love with you. I just don’t know how to tell you. And I’m scared you won’t say it back.”]