My Panromantic Asexuality: recent publications

Through Trauma Treatment, I Was Able To Accept My Panromantic Asexuality

For as long as I can remember, I’ve struggled with my sexuality.  Ever since I was a child, I’ve grappled with feeling like I was different from other people.  I’ve frequently pondered about whether or not I experience sexual attraction, and whether or not I identify as straight.

However, being confused about my sexuality was especially stressful for me as I grew up in a Christian/Catholic household.  I was taught that identifying as anything other than straight was “ungodly” and I didn’t even have the chance to learn about questioning my gender because I just accepted that I was female, as this was “How God made me.”  I found that as I grew up, I became meek when it came to my sexuality, and I just identified as straight because I was

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My Panromantic Asexuality