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When I first started coming up with Rain (back in 2004 with the old fantasy version), my goal was actually to have the story include every denomination. Every. Single. One.
I also thought there were a lot less back then (like, I literally thought LGBT was all there was). As I've gone, I've learned how there are so many - so VERY many - different sexual and romantic orientations and gender identities out there. I am STILL learning new things to this day. And it's helping me learn not just about the diverse people in this world, but also quite a bit about myself too. (I don't remember if I ever mentioned it here, but I'm still working out my own sexual orientation.)
It's fascinating and wonderful to see all this diversity, and yet also extremely overwhelming. And it's really put into perspective just how lofty my initial goal was. I'm starting to believe that including everything might be kinda tricky (especially given that I have barely begun to scratch the surface). Not to mention, as has been made clear to me with the last page, I've still got a lot to learn. So I'm just going to say this: I'm going to do the best I can. It's all I can do, really. ^_^
Worst case scenario, I plan on writing for the rest of my life. If Rain ends and your denomination isn't covered, I might just be saving it for the next story. ^_^
Anyway, Ky. To respond to your previous statement, I can be "preggers" because all gender does still include male. In fact, nearly all of my relationships have been with guys. With the exception of one girl if only very briefly.
I'm not exactly out though. Only a handful of people know, and I plan on keeping it that way for now. So I'd appreciate it if you guys didn't tell anyone.
Actually, I'm really surprised I said anything at all. I must feel comfortable in this group...
Stop me if I'm prying, but how do you know you're pan then?
When we were still dating, my ex-girlfriend asked me if I was really gay or not. I had no idea how to answer, so I did some research.
Admittedly, probably more research than I needed. The queer community is actuall quite a bit more vast than LGBT, but I spent hours looking into all of it to find the term that fit me best.
When I saw "pansexual" come up, I just thought about it. And I realized that if it ever came to that, I really could probably fall for anyone. It was kinda moot at the time, but it was still all very interesting.
And you're single, you said?
I'm good. Thanks.
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