Lead vocalist of Panic! At The Disco- Brendon Urie recently talked about his sexual preferences. And surprisingly, the singer came out as pansexual. In one interview, Brendon Urie shared that he falls in love with people, regardless of their gender. Plus, he also shared how a personality is attractive and does not depend on whether it’s a male or a female.
Urie said that,
I’m married to a woman and I’m very much in love with her, but I’m not opposed to a man because to me, I like a person. Yeah, I guess you could qualify me as pansexual because I really don’t care. If a person is great, then a person is great. I just like good people, if your heart’s in the right place. I’m definitely attracted to men. It’s just people that I am attracted to.
But this just is not the first time that Brendon Urie has shared something like that. Previously as well he has talked about how he is pansexual or more commonly referred to as bisexual. Brendon Urie considers that this is not as much of an issue as people tend to make it. He thinks that sleeping with whoever it is should not freak anybody out. And that he has had so many fans admitting this to him in letters and tweets, Brendon Urie also believes in coming up with a support system, and make this entire issue less big of a deal in society.
The star has been fairly open about his relationships and sexual preferences. It might be a bit too much information, but Brendon Urie has also narrated his experiences with other men. At once instance, he shared that,
For our first headline tour I would go up to Ryan our guitar player, and like kiss him on the neck or kiss him on the mouth and he would be so mad. I was like, I just want to kiss you bro. I would hang out with friends and after five or six beers we’re just kind of like smooching on each other. People just get hammered and fool around.
In one his interviews, Brendon Urie also talked about how some people get offended with terms like ‘bar-sexual’ and ‘stage gay’. Not just pointing it out, but the musician also apologized for using these words without consciously wanting to offend someone.