Author: Pansexual Facts

Fact: Unlike traditional zodiac signs, pansexuals are granted the powers of different classes on the basis of their birthdate. For example, pansexuals born between April 18 and May 13 are paladins, those born between August 10 and September 16 are rogues, and those born between December 17 and January 20 are wizards. However, as pansexuals level up every year on their birthday, they are welcome to multiclass into as many classes as they choose.

So, I' working on a series of embroidered 8×10 pride flags as mythical creatures. And I've got the usual suspects: Gay Unicorn, Ace Dragon, Aro Griffin, Trans Pegasus (because you need wings to fly over haters and a glorious mane) I'm stuck on Pansexual. I was wondering does the pan community have a mythical creature that ya'll have adopted? Or do I go with satyr and embrace the pun completely of a Pan in Pan colors?

A pan satyr sounds wonderful!

Fact: During Pride Month, pansexuals receive up to a 200% boost in their usual powers. For example, a pansexual who is typically able to telekinetically levitate five pounds of weight may now be able to levitate up to fifteen pounds, and pansexuals who specialize in healing magics may be able to heal wounded allies more than twice as quickly.

dingdongyouarewrong:

dingdongyouarewrong:

sir that’s my emotional support dnd podcast

hey! if you need another emotional support dnd podcast in your life, consider checking out trials & trebuchets! it is a fun, lighthearted podcast about three (eventually four) students at an elite magic school! together, they unlock its secrets, make some friends, and… idk, save the world? it’s not finished yet but i imagine we’re going to be saving the world at some point. 

it’s really fun and good, i’m in it, and you should definitely check it out! also if you want, you can see previews if you follow us on instagram or twitter and join our discord!!!

(actually, please join our discord. some fool in the server thinks gum is food and i need other people on my side)

anyway tl;dr it’s a really good podcast and you should check it out!

dingdongyouarewrong:

dingdongyouarewrong:

sir that’s my emotional support dnd podcast

hey! if you need another emotional support dnd podcast in your life, consider checking out trials & trebuchets! it is a fun, lighthearted podcast about three (eventually four) students at an elite magic school! together, they unlock its secrets, make some friends, and… idk, save the world? it’s not finished yet but i imagine we’re going to be saving the world at some point. 

it’s really fun and good, i’m in it, and you should definitely check it out! also if you want, you can see previews if you follow us on instagram or twitter and join our discord!!!

(actually, please join our discord. some fool in the server thinks gum is food and i need other people on my side)

anyway tl;dr it’s a really good podcast and you should check it out!

dingdongyouarewrong:

so. y’all know i play in a dnd podcast called trials & trebuchets and it’s really fun, right??

well… we now have a discord server!!! it’s open for anyone to join and it’s a really enjoyable space! if you like trials & trebuchets, or are even thinking of listening, you can join here!!!

dingdongyouarewrong:

so. y’all know i play in a dnd podcast called trials & trebuchets and it’s really fun, right??

well… we now have a discord server!!! it’s open for anyone to join and it’s a really enjoyable space! if you like trials & trebuchets, or are even thinking of listening, you can join here!!!

venusmacabre:

venusmacabre:

As a woman who struggled with her sexuality all her life until very recently (in terms of figuring it out, I’m still struggling because of homophobia lol), I just want questioning women to know that if you’ve been pondering on it for a long, long, long ass time, and it causes you genuine pain and distress when you tell yourself “I’m not bi/a lesbian”, I’m pretty sure you’re not straight.

A huge part of homophobic manipulation against gay women, is to convince them that their love for women is lesser than their love for men (even when we don’t genuinely have it in the case of lesbians), it’s to find every possible way as to why this or that discounts what is obvious attraction to other women.

If you feel within yourself the words “I want to be bi” or “I want to be a lesbian”; I’m pretty sure you are.

How many straight women do you know that hold enough respect for gay women’s identities that they’re willing to suffer in confusion and loneliness for years?

Which straight woman would want to be bi/a lesbian THAT badly that it causes her genuine pain to think she’s not really one? It’s not like being gay grants us any benefits that straight women would DIE for. Literally the only thing in it for any woman is the opportunity to be with women, so if you’re in pain for thinking you’re straight, you’re in pain because you think you’ll never be able to love and be with other women.

Out bi and lesbian women who’re usually sure of their identities and who live their lives as gay women do also question whether they’re “faking” it or not, and it causes us tremendous distress to feel that maybe we’re fakes! Which is clearly something you share with us.

Those aren’t straight feelings. Stop picking yourself apart so much. The only requirement to be a gay woman is to want to be with women.

Welcome home, my loves.

Out of all my posts that could’ve ended up being reblogged by TERFs…

Anyway, REGARDLESS of your gender assignment at birth, this goes for you. If you’re a trans woman, or you’re thinking you may be a trans woman. Everything I said above applies to you too.

Some girls realize that they’re girls when they realize that the way they love girls is not how men do it, and that is a beautiful, amazing thing.

Some girls have already realized and accepted that they are girls, but comp het is 100% inflicted upon trans women too. Being bi or a lesbian already makes cis women feel like Not Real Women, so it can be so hard for trans women to realize that they may not be straight, when society teaches us that, in its terms, being a woman is intrinsically tied to being exclusively attracted to men and any deviation from that puts you in, at best, a gray area.

If you’re seeing yourself in lesbian/bi women’s literature much more than you ever would in straight or bi men’s, that means something. If you project yourself on gay women characters, it means something.

If you feel heartbroken thinking that you want to be with women in the way women are with other women, but that you can’t be, that’s a sign that you actually CAN be and ARE.

None of these feelings are the feelings of a straight woman OR of a man of any sexuality. Thing like these are women’s experiences; trans lesbian/bi women’s experiences.

This is also your home in spite of what some monsters have to say about it, and the rest of us welcome and love you too.

venusmacabre:

venusmacabre:

As a woman who struggled with her sexuality all her life until very recently (in terms of figuring it out, I’m still struggling because of homophobia lol), I just want questioning women to know that if you’ve been pondering on it for a long, long, long ass time, and it causes you genuine pain and distress when you tell yourself “I’m not bi/a lesbian”, I’m pretty sure you’re not straight.

A huge part of homophobic manipulation against gay women, is to convince them that their love for women is lesser than their love for men (even when we don’t genuinely have it in the case of lesbians), it’s to find every possible way as to why this or that discounts what is obvious attraction to other women.

If you feel within yourself the words “I want to be bi” or “I want to be a lesbian”; I’m pretty sure you are.

How many straight women do you know that hold enough respect for gay women’s identities that they’re willing to suffer in confusion and loneliness for years?

Which straight woman would want to be bi/a lesbian THAT badly that it causes her genuine pain to think she’s not really one? It’s not like being gay grants us any benefits that straight women would DIE for. Literally the only thing in it for any woman is the opportunity to be with women, so if you’re in pain for thinking you’re straight, you’re in pain because you think you’ll never be able to love and be with other women.

Out bi and lesbian women who’re usually sure of their identities and who live their lives as gay women do also question whether they’re “faking” it or not, and it causes us tremendous distress to feel that maybe we’re fakes! Which is clearly something you share with us.

Those aren’t straight feelings. Stop picking yourself apart so much. The only requirement to be a gay woman is to want to be with women.

Welcome home, my loves.

Out of all my posts that could’ve ended up being reblogged by TERFs…

Anyway, REGARDLESS of your gender assignment at birth, this goes for you. If you’re a trans woman, or you’re thinking you may be a trans woman. Everything I said above applies to you too.

Some girls realize that they’re girls when they realize that the way they love girls is not how men do it, and that is a beautiful, amazing thing.

Some girls have already realized and accepted that they are girls, but comp het is 100% inflicted upon trans women too. Being bi or a lesbian already makes cis women feel like Not Real Women, so it can be so hard for trans women to realize that they may not be straight, when society teaches us that, in its terms, being a woman is intrinsically tied to being exclusively attracted to men and any deviation from that puts you in, at best, a gray area.

If you’re seeing yourself in lesbian/bi women’s literature much more than you ever would in straight or bi men’s, that means something. If you project yourself on gay women characters, it means something.

If you feel heartbroken thinking that you want to be with women in the way women are with other women, but that you can’t be, that’s a sign that you actually CAN be and ARE.

None of these feelings are the feelings of a straight woman OR of a man of any sexuality. Thing like these are women’s experiences; trans lesbian/bi women’s experiences.

This is also your home in spite of what some monsters have to say about it, and the rest of us welcome and love you too.

dingdongyouarewrong:

dingdongyouarewrong:

hey guys, 

my friends and i are starting up a podcast, and the first four episodes will be released tomorrow. it’s called “trials and trebuchets”, and it’s going to be an actual-play dnd 5e podcast that focuses on three students at a mysterious magic school. it’s already a lot of fun, and it features original music and a really cool cast. 

it would mean so much to me if people could check the podcast out! it comes out tomorrow, so you can follow the podcast on twitter or on instagram to get updates! also, make sure to leave an itunes review tomorrow~ 

i’m so excited about this, so i hope you’ll check it out~

GUYS TRIALS AND TREBUCHETS IS OUT!!!!! check it out on itunes!! 😀