I mean, unfortunately if you live in a household where it’s unsafe to come out, I had to have secret relationships (aka I never told them) instead, but sometimes partners aren’t always cool with that.
And like I said in the ask below, you can always try to gradually educate them, introduce them to LGBT+ friends, and slowly change their perspective…but it can take years.
As for self discovery, trying the label on, reading affirmations and positivity posts and following pan blogs, and getting involved in the online communities for pan people (and IRL communities if possible). Just exploring the communities and talking to other pan people might help.
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