I've been reading all the Pride Month posts, and it makes me really happy to see such a diverse, accepting community. It also makes me wonder - how many BanPa members are part of the LGBTQ+ community in total?
So I made a poll to see how everyone identifies. Please vote if you're interested! I'll accept answers until June 28th.
Oh! Huhehe. Well... ^_^;' I forgot I am supposed to talk about personal experiences.
I GUESS I am the most normal of the bunch. A Normie Heterosexual woman. There was a time during my teenage I thought I'm lesbian. But it proved wrong. I'm a true, casual and proud Feminist Heterosexual!
hello im a lesbian and happily married to my wife saaya whos also a lesbian
as for my story uhhhh i identified as demi-pan??? for a Long While btu then i went "hey. Hey Whoa Hold On. i can Date Girls without having to also date guys Wow!" nd i came 2 terms w my lesbianism(tm) so yeha here i am
Hey guys! Happy Pride month! I just wanna say I'm a proud bisexual and love this lesbian with a burning passion. Sorry if it looks kind of shitty, I'm not used to coloring and inking and I made this in an hour. Anyways if you wanna see some more art from me in the future please let me know.
I know this is a bit later than people would expect but I was debating whether to say anything since there isn't much to say. But first...
Happy Pride Month! 🏳️🌈
I'm not part of the LGBT+ community (Male, straight) but I will always fully support it with every part of my heart!
As I've said before, everyone has a right to be what they want to be and be happy. The fact that people even treat people differently just because they identify themselves differently ABSOLUTELY sickens me. Whatever people may tell you, be yourself and be proud of yourself.
Banpa is the first ever community I've been a part of and I've grown to love it more and more as the months go by. (3 months? Wow, 3 months fly by when you're having fun.) If even just one person is happy because of me, I'm happy. So, I'll be here, doing my best to make people happy and there's only one more thing left for me to say...
so i love all of you guys' pride month posts and they're all great and supportive, buuuut making a post myself still is pretty scary to me. I'm basically Everything that "isn't real", i'm bi, nonbinary, and most likely somewhere on the ace spectrum so yeah, that's not exactly fun sometimes (and no one likes ace discourse).
I'm fine with being bi since that's ofc the most accepted part of me and being aspec is great because i'm not and won't be in a relationship anytime soon (if that changes i might be screwed but oh well), I just wish i could be cis, or at least have a binary gender u know. I mean I'm actually quite comfortable with that part of myself, but it's painfully obvious that not many other people are because i'm not real and dont deserve the same rights as girls or boys, obviously
For example, a while ago youtube recommended me a documentation about someone who's nb and basically just talked about it for a bit in an educational way. i was already scared of the comments before i clicked on it, and as soon as i scrolled down every top comment was about how we just want attention and think we're so special yada yada, the usual (OF COURSE we want attention, we arent getting any at all) - and that kinda thing makes me so sad and uncomfortable being myself. i wish i could just be normal but thats how it is on this bitch of an earth right
anyways, i didnt wanna complain and annoy anyone so!! happy pride month!!
Happy pride month! It warms my heart to see so many people here on Ban*Pa sharing their stories and experience with being part of the LGBT community.
I am not part of the LGBT community, as I am as straight as a board, but I still like to celebrate pride month! I see pride month as a time to celebrate all sexuality and gender identities, whether you're straight, ace, trans, etc...
When I was younger, I had a phase where I thought I was bi. However, this ended quickly since I realized that I felt no romantic attraction towards all the girls that had asked me out. I found myself much happier dating a man than a woman, and I believe that in itself is a relevant experience.
truth is, I don't really have a place in the community (or do I?). I'm still questioning whether I'm straight or bi haha,,,, anyways, I hope all of you have a wonderful day and life! be proud of who you are, love is love!
I can't say that I really fit into any part of the LGBT community but I will support you fully no matter what! This community is great and full of amazing people and we should all be proud of ourselves! 🏳️🌈🏳️🌈