Tana Mongeau Reveals She's "Pansexual as Hell" As She Discusses Her Sexuality in Honor of Pride

Carolyn Twersky
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Photo credit: Instagram

From Seventeen

Tana Mongeau is opening up about her sexuality in honor of Pride and she just revealed on Twitter that she is "pansexual as hell."

The YouTuber expanded on the statement in an Instagram post, which featured multiple Pride-themed images, including a pic with rumored girlfriend, Noah Cyrus, a rainbow rat, and Spongebob, who may have recently joined the LGBTQ+ community.

"I never thought I’d be brave enough to publicly share my sexuality in the way I do now...," she wrote, admitting that she has struggled with it in the past, dealing with people saying she's straight, or "discrediting" her relationships with girls.

"But I’m proud to be not only a member but an ally of the LGBTQIA+ community and I’m proud to say I will live my life based on loving people not for their gender but their soul," she continued. "Some people call that pansexuality, everyone calls me bi, I personally don’t find a need to label it all. Love and sexuality is gender less to me."

Tana has been in many high profile relationships in the past, both with men and women. She previously dated Bella Thorne for awhile, as well as YouTuber Brad Sousa. And, of course, there was her controversial relationship and marriage to Jake Paul. There have also been rumors that she's dating Noah, but they haven't been confirmed.

In her note, Tana touches on being called both pansexual and bisexual. The term "bisexual" is commonly misinterpreted to mean that the person is attracted to "men and women." In reality, "bisexual" is defined as "the potential to be attracted —romantically and/or sexually—to people of more than one sex and/or gender," "Pansexual" is under GLAAD's bisexual umbrella and means "being attracted to all gender identities, or attracted to people regardless of gender." As Tana said, she doesn't feel the need to put a label on her sexuality, though, she simply loves souls.

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