Yes and no.
Yes you’re right to feel that way because it does happen, there are people who use the label pansexual as a point of elitism or as a method of backhanded transphobia (or as a way of accusing all bi identified folks of transphobia, usually on a basis of transphobic and biphobic rhetoric) and it’s definitely reasonable to be suspect of the term if you’re someone against whom it has been used as a weapon.
No, though, in that much like the term bisexual not everyone uses it the same way and much as there are bisexual people who use their label as an expression of transphobic ideology, it’s all about what that identity term means to them and their expression of their sexuality and preferences. The bisexual/pansexual divide is mostly one of contested meaning and kind of invented conflict in that it assumes there needs to be a universal difference between the two when the use of one word over the other ultimately comes down to what each label means to an individual.
Amateur fetish media has a very special place in my heart and I am pretty stoked at how many people are catching on. Cant wait til it goes highbrow and art appraisers start getting into dickpunching spats over the value of a complete zip file of all of StuntTiger’s original works
If only for my own ability to make decisions about trusting them, yeah
so those guys can go fuck themselves.
i strive to be fussy in every thing i do so no never
Answer to all three is “sad fat and gay” + little to no personal investment in maintaining a positive image in others eyes
project title: “six screenshots from simple plan’s ‘welcome to my life’ music video as pulled from a google image search result, uploaded to tumblr”