Where people were once encouraged to identify as either gay or straight, as awareness around sexual fluidity grows, many people are finding that they don't fit squarely into one box or the other. One study published earlier this year found that millennials are the most gender and sexually fluid generation ever, and a study that came out in November found that between 5 and 10 percent of millennial men identify as "mostly straight," meaning they're mostly attracted to the opposite sex—but occasionally they fall for someone of the same gender.
Long story short, sexuality isn't nearly as black and white as researchers once thought it was. And while some sexually fluid people may opt out of identifying with a label at all, embracing pansexuality as a label may be the exception to the rule. Broadening its spectrum to include attraction not only to males and females but transgender, androgynous, and gender-fluid people, pansexuality encompasses the true spirit of You.We.All, as it's arguably the most inclusive label of them all.