Not only can bisexual people be attracted to trans and non-binary folks, but as with pansexuality, there are trans and non-binary people who identify as bisexual. "If you're someone who chooses bisexual as the identity that fits you best, then that's totally fine. There are lots of people who are non-binary who are bisexual. That doesn't mean that you are reinforcing the gender binary. It doesn't mean that you are less enlightened than pan folks, there's no identity that makes you automatically more enlightened. It's just about which identity aligns best with who you are and how you work.”
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I reached out to you because I wasn’t sure of the best approach. Of course, we can’t force someone to embrace a sexual label unless they, themselves, want to. But at the same time, there are potentially great benefits to both that specific individual as well as the bi community if more “mostly straight” or “straight” folks embraced the pansexual and bisexual label.
whereas every day l find myself attracted to women. I acknowledged that sexuality is a spectrum, but I really doesn’t feel comfortable embracing the pansexual or bisexual label when I was attracted to men 10% of the time.
Now my gut response was to scream “internalized homophobia!” “Explore more!” “If you embraced the bi label you’d realize that you’d like being intimate with men more than once every couple years!”
My limited attraction isn't because of society's pressure to be straight. Neither is it due to any internalized bisexual or homophobia or pansexual. That's just how mine attractions manifest themselves.
For me, the pansexual or bisexual label allowed me to explore my sexuality more and embrace my attractions to men.
Reminding the world, bi and pan folks, the way that you express your sexuality, is indeed a spectrum. There's no one right way to be bisexual or pansexual. Just like there's no one right way to be gay.