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    25 Celebrities Who Have Come Out As Pansexual

    “It is the soul that captivates me."

    1. Mae Whitman

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    The actor tweeted in August 2021, “Just taking a moment to say I am SO proud to be even a small part of a show like The Owl House. Being pansexual myself, I wish I had such incredible characters like Amity and Luz in my life when I was growing up. Queer representation is sososo important :,) keep it up world! #TOH

    2. Bella Thorne

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    While she previously stated that she is bisexual on Twitter in 2016, Thorne revealed in a 2019 interview with Good Morning America that she has since realized that she is pansexual. 

    "You like what you like," Thorne said of her pansexual identity. "Doesn't have to be a girl, or a guy, or … you know, a he, a she, a this, or that. It's literally, you like personality, like you just like a being.”

    3. JoJo Siwa

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    Siwa said to People Magazine, “Technically I would say that I am pansexual.” 

    She explained that she’s not quick to put a “label” on her sexuality, and added, “My human is my human."

    4. Janelle Monáe

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    Singer and actor Janelle Monáe initially identified as bisexual before learning of pansexuality.

    She told Rolling Stone in 2018, “I read about pansexuality and was like, ‘Oh, these are things that I identify with too.’” She also added that she is “open” to learning more about herself.

    5. Cara Delevingne

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    “I always will remain, I think, pansexual,” Delevingne told Variety in 2020. “However one defines themselves, whether it’s ‘they’ or ‘he’ or ‘she,’ I fall in love with the person — and that’s that. I’m attracted to the person.”

    6. Tess Holliday

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    In a 2015 interview with Nylon Magazine, the model told the story of a conversation she had about her sexuality while on vacation. “‘I've been thinking a lot about my relationship to my own queerness, and I think the word pansexual speaks to me more than bi does,'" Holliday relayed to the magazine. 

    7. Yungblud

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    While Speaking with Attitude in 2020, the singer-songwriter came out as pansexual and polyamorous, saying, “I love everyone, I’m attracted to everyone.” 

    He also credited his ex-girlfriend, Halsey, for helping him discover more about his sexuality.

    “She taught me so much, even about my sexuality,” Yungblud said. “The conversations we would have at night, she has such knowledge because she’s been openly bisexual for years… it’s so funny when you’re dating someone, yet [you] owe them a lot towards your sexuality; even though she is not a man, she made me go, ‘Oh my God, I probably like am into that.'”

    8. Miley Cyrus

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    Miley Cyrus came out as pansexual in 2015 while speaking to Elle Magazine about the LGBTQIA+ spectrum. 

    "I’m very open about it — I’m pansexual. But I’m not in a relationship,” Cyrus said. “I’m 22, I’m going on dates, but I change my style every two weeks, let alone who I’m with.”

    9. Demi Lovato

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    While they were a guest on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast in March, Demi was asked by Rogan if they identify as pansexual. Lovato responded by saying, “Yeah, pansexual,” and added that they are “part of the alphabet mafia and proud," in reference to the LGBTQIA+ community.

    10. Gigi Gorgeous

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    YouTuber Gigi Gorgeous posted a video in April revealing that she identifies as pansexual. 

    “I just want to let everybody know that I am pansexual,” Gorgeous said.            She described it as “a light bulb moment” when she realized this was her sexual identity, and credited her husband for helping her learn that pansexuality allows her to "[fall] in love with the soul of somebody."

    11. Jazz Jennings

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    “I am pansexual,” Jennings said in a 2018 tweet. “This means that I am attracted to people at a level that surpasses gender identity or sexual orientation. I love people for their souls and internal beauty.”

    12. Krys Marshall

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    For All Mankind actor Krys Marshall wrote in an Instagram post with a photo from her and her husband’s wedding day, “Once upon a time, a Pan-girl and a Straight-boy met and fell in love. They got married and lived happily ever after. The end. Happy Pride Month, from our Modern Family to yours. 🌈”

    13. Amber Glenn

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    Team USA figure skater Amber Glenn revealed that she is pansexual in 2019 while speaking to the Dallas Voice

    “The fear of not being accepted is a huge struggle for me,” Glenn said. “Being perceived as [going through] ‘just a phase’ or [being] ‘indecisive’ is a common thing for bisexual/pansexual women. I don’t want to shove my sexuality in people’s faces, but I also don’t want to hide who I am.”

    14. Brooke Candy

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    “I’ve now come to the conclusion that I feel more pansexual,” the rapper and singer-songwriter said in a 2014 interview with Hunger Magazine.

    15. Alyson Stoner

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    “I, Alyson, am attracted to men, women, and people who identify in other ways,” Stoner wrote in a personal essay for Teen Vogue. 

    “I can love people of every gender identity and expression. It is the soul that captivates me. It is the love we can build and the goodness we can contribute to the world by supporting each other’s best journeys.”

    16. Brendon Urie

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    “I guess this is me coming out as pansexual,” Urie said in a Paper Magazine interview. 

    He added, “If a person is great, then a person is great. I just like good people, if your heart's in the right place. I'm definitely attracted to men. It's just people that I am attracted to.”

    17. Angel Haze

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    Rapper Angel Haze told MTV News that she identities as pansexual, stating, “If I had to identify, that is the term I'd use to describe how I feel.”

    18. Tana Mongeau

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    Mongeau tweeted in June 2020, “It’s also pride month and i haven’t had the chance to go hard for my lgbtqia+ babies but i be about pansexual as hell + i stand for u all.”

    19. Bob the Drag Queen

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    “For the record I identify as Pansexual and non binary,” Bob wrote in a 2019 tweet.

    20. Emily Hampshire

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    Hampshire confided in Schitt’s Creek co-star Dan Levy while questioning her sexuality. After explaining her attraction to all genders to Levy, he said to Hampshire, "You're pansexual; don't you watch our show?”

    “I truly just fell in love with a person, and where they fell on the gender spectrum did not matter to me. And since then, it really doesn't matter to me. I have to like the person; I'm really attracted to a person's vibe," she further detailed in a 4D With Demi Lovato podcast episode

    21. Madison Bailey

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    After coming out as pansexual in a TikTok post, Bailey spoke about the experience in a Mental Health Q&A with actor Lacy Hartselle. 

    “I feel zero shame, and I don’t feel that way because nobody’s ever really shamed me for it, and I know a lot of people have had a lot of hate and lack of support. I know so many, countless stories of queer people that did not have support,” Bailey said. “But if you’re asking me personally, that’s just my experience with it. It was worth it. I feel lighter, I feel happier that I can just be so open and honest. It feels nice.”

    22. Héloïse Letissier / Christine and the Queens

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    “I can fall in love with someone regardless of their gender, regardless of how they define themselves. I don’t really see that as an obstacle, as a definition,” French singer-songwriter Héloïse Letissier, who goes by the stage name Christine and the Queens, told the BBC.

    23. Courtney Act

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    Drag queen Courtney Act said to Cosmopolitan UK, "I am attracted to people irrespective of their gender. I am mostly attracted to guys, but I’ve had experiences with people of different genders. I feel like if I’m attracted to someone I’ll see where that takes me, rather than be like, ‘That’s a girl, I don’t like girls’. I just see what happens.”

    24. Rina Sawayama

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    Sawayama came out as pansexual and bisexual to Broadly in 2018, saying, “I've always written songs about girls. I don't think I've ever mentioned a guy in my songs, and that's why I wanted to talk about it." 

    25. Asia Kate Dillon

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    They told the Cut, “I’ve identified as pansexual and I’ve always felt like I had the spiritual, emotional, physical capability of being attracted to any gender."