pansexual/panromantic representation

Pan rep in books, comics, film, games, musicals, podcasts, television, web-comics, and web-series. As well as a list of famous/notable people who are pan.

It's noted if the word/flag is used on page/screen, if other attraction labels have been used alongside pan, and any other rep the characters offer that I'm aware of.

"Canon" indicates the word has been used to describe the character, either on page/screen or elsewhere by the powers that be (authors, creators, writers, actors, others involved in the piece of media).

"Implied/hinted" indicates it isn't canon, but the way the character's attraction is described (beyond simply being mspec) can be interpreted as pan. This is included to let pan people know there are characters whose attraction is described in ways that are common among us.



DC Comics
— Porcelain (main character, pansexual, genderfluid, Black)
— Ragdoll (side character, pansexual)
— Wonder Woman (main character, pansexual/bisexual)

Dynamite Comics
— Barbarella (main character, pansexual)
— Red Sonja (main character, pansexual/bisexual)
— Vampirella (main character, pansexual)

Image Comics
— Inanna, The Wicked + The Divine (pansexual/bisexual, genderqueer)

Marvel Comics
— Deadpool (main character, pansexual/omnisexual, disfigured, chronic pain, depression)
— Loki Laufeyson (main character, pansexual/bisexual, genderfluid)


Cardcaptor Sakura
— Sakura Kinomoto (main character, pansexual)

DC Comics
— Artemis of Bana-Mighdall (main character, pansexual)
— Starfire (main character, pansexual)

Marvel Comics
— Daken (main character, pansexual)



Alice Júnior (2019) (Coming of Age)
— Alice (main character, pansexual, transgender)

Deadpool (2016, 2018) (Superhero)
— Deadpool (main character, pansexual/omnisexual, disfigured, chronic pain, depression)

Descendants (2015) (Fantasy, Teen)
— Mal (main character, pansexual)

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (2011) (Crime, Triller)
— Lisbeth (main character, pansexual)

The Old Guard (2020) (Superhero)
— Andy (main character, pansexual)

The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) (Comedy, Horror, Musical)
— Frank N. Furter (main character, pansexual)

Star Trek Beyond (2016) (Science Fiction)
— James Kirk (main character, pansexual)

Star Wars (1980-2018) (Science Fiction)
— Lando Calrissian (pansexual)

The Thing About Harry (2020) (Romantic Comedy)
— Harry (main character, on screen, pansexual)



Agents of Mayhem (2017) (Action Adventure)
— Hollywood (pansexual)

Apex Legends (2019- ) (Battle Royale)
— Fuse (pansexual)

Borderlands 3 (2019-2020) (Action Role Playing)
— Zane Flynt/The Operative (pansexual)

Dragon Age: Inquisition (2014) (Action Role Playing)
— Iron Bull (pansexual)

Hearts and Heroes (2017) (Action Role Playing)
— Jade (pansexual, agender)

Mass Effect (2010-2012) (Action Role Playing)
— Jack (pansexual)

Night in the Woods (2017) (Adventure)
— Mae Borowski (pansexual/queer)


Animal Crossing
— Isabelle (pansexual)

Dragon Age II
— Anders (pansexual)
— Isabela (pansexual)

Dragon Age: Origins
— Leliana (pansexual)

Life is Strange 2
— Finn (pansexual)

Mass Effect
— Liara T'Soni (pansexual)



Beetlejuice (2019-2020) (Comedy, Fantasy)
— Beetlejuice (main character, pansexual)

Cabaret (1999-2000) (Drama)
— Emcee (main character, pansexual)



12:37 (2019) (Science Fiction)
— Wheeler (main character, pansexual)

The Bright Sessions (2015- ) (Science Fiction)
— Chloe (main character, panromantic, asexual)

The Ghost Radio Project (2017)
— Ziggy (main character, pansexual, aromantic, nonbinary, polyamorous)

Junction (2016) (Drama, Mystery)
— Emily (main character, pansexual)

Megaton Girl (2020- ) (Fantasy)
— Connie (pansexual)

Otherwhere (2020-) (Science Fiction)
— Kat (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Mystic (main character, panromantic, asexual)

The Penumbra Podcast (2017- ) (Adventure, Horror, Science Fiction)
— Rita (main character, pansexual)

Raising the Dead Again (2017-2018) (Fantasy)
— Dread (main character, pansexual, agender)
— Quincy (main character, demipansexual, nonbinary)

tv shows


30 Rock (2006-2013) (Sitcom)
— Paul (guest character, on screen, pansexual)

American Dad! (2005- ) (Animated Sitcom)
— Roger (main character, on screen, pansexual, addiction)

American Gods (2017-2021) (Fantasy Drama)
— Bilquis (main character, pansexual, Black)

Another Period (2015-2018) (Period Sitcom)
— Dr. Goldberg (recurring character, on screen, pansexual, Jewish)

Big Mouth (2017- ) (Animated Sitcom)
— Ali (recurring character, on screen, pansexual)

Blood & Water (2020- ) (Drama)
— Chris (main character, on screen, pansexual)

The Boys Untitled Spinoff (-) (Superhero)
— Jordan (main character, pansexual, Asian-American)

Brassic (2019- ) (Comedy Drama)
— Tommo (main character, pansexual/fluid)

Carnival Row (2019- ) (Fantasy)
— Vignette (main character, pansexual)

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (2018-2020) (Horror, Supernatural)
— Ambrose Spellman (main character, pansexual, Black)

Club de Cuervos (2015-2019) (Comedy Drama)
— Aitor Cardoné (guest character, on screen, pansexual, Spanish)

Community (2009-2015) (Sitcom)
— Craig Pelton (main character, pansexual)

Crowded (2016) (Sitcom)
— Stella Moore (main character, pansexual)

Dating in Place (2020- ) (Comedy)
— Penelope (main character, pansexual)

Daytime Divas (2017) (Comedy Drama)
— Kibby Ainsley (main character, pansexual/fluid, addiction)

Degrassi (2001-2015) (Teen Drama)
— Imogen Moreno (main character, pansexual)

Doctors (2000-2020) (Medical Soap Opera)
— Emma Reid (main character, on screen, pansexual)

Doctor Who (2005- ) (Science Fiction)
— Jack Harkness (recurring character, pansexual/bisexual/omnisexual)

Druck (2018- ) (Teen Drama)
— David Schreibner (recurring character, pansexual, transgender)

Everything's Gonna Be Okay (2020- ) (Comedy)
— Matilda (main character, pan, autistic)

The Expanse (2015- ) (Science Fiction)
— Julie Mao (main character, on screen, pansexual, Asian)

The Flash (2014- ) (Superhero)
— Leonard Snart (recurring character, pansexual)

From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series (2014-2016) (Horror)
— Santanico Pandemonium/Kisa (main character, pansexual, Mexican)

Game of Thrones (2011-2019) (Fantasy Drama)
— Yara Greyjoy (recurring character, pansexual)

The Good Fight (2017- ) (Legal Drama)
— Roland Blum (main character, pansexual)

Gossip Girl (2021) (Teen Drama)
— Max Wolfe (main character, pansexual)

Hannibal (2013-2015) (Horror, Thriller)
— Hannibal Lecter (main character, pansexual/omnisexual)

House of Cards (2013-2018) (Political Thriller)
— Frank Underwood (main character, pansexual)

How to Get Away with Murder (2014-2020) (Legal Thriller)
— Annalise Keating (main character, pansexual/bisexual, addiction, depression, PTSD, Black)

In the Flesh (2013-2014) (Supernatural Drama)
— Kieren Walker (main character, pansexual, anxiety, depression, claustrophobia, PTSD)

Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts (2020) (Animated Action Adventure)
— Troy (recurring character, pansexual)

Legacies (2018- ) (Supernatural Drama)
— Josie Saltzman (main character, pansexual)

Legends of Tomorrow (2016- ) (Superhero)
— Charlie (main character, pansexual, genderfluid, Black)
— Kendra Saunders (main character, pansexual, biracial)
— Leonard Snart (recurring character, pansexual)

Lucifer (2016- ) (Police Procedural, Urban Fantasy)
— Lucifer Morningstar (main character, pansexual/bisexual)
— Mazikeen Smith (main character, pansexual, WOC)

Madam Secretary (2014-2019) (Political Drama)
— Kat Sandoval (main character, on screen, bisexual/pansexual/queer, Latinx)

Mike Tyson Mysteries (2014-2020) (Animated Comedy)
— Yung Hee Tyson (main character, on screen, pansexual, half-Korean)

The Nevers (2021- ) (Science Fiction)
— Hugo (main character, pansexual)

No Tomorrow (2016-2017) (Comedy Drama)
— Kareema (main character, on screen, pansexual, Indian)

OK, K.O.! (2016-2019) (Animated Action Adventure)
— Boxman (main character, pansexual)

Preacher (2016-2019) (Fantasy Drama)
— Pronsias Cassidy (main character, pansexual)

Psych (2006-2014) (Comedy Drama, Police Procedural)
— Carlton Lassiter (main character, pansexual)

Rick and Morty (2013- ) (Animated Sitcom, Science Fiction)
— Rick Sanchez (main character, pansexual, addiction, depression, Hispanic)

Schitt’s Creek (2015-2020) (Sitcom)
— David Rose (main character, on screen, pansexual)

Scream Queens (2015-2016) (Comedy Horror)
— Sadie Swenson (main character, on screen, pansexual)

Sex Education (2019- ) (Teen Drama)
— Ola Nyman (main character, on screen, pansexual, Black)

She’s Gotta Have It (2017-2019) (Comedy Drama)
— Nola Darling (main character, on screen, pansexual, polyamorous, Black)

Single Parents (2018-2020) (Sitcom)
— Miggy Park (main character, pansexual, polyamorous, Korean-American)

Siren (2018-2020) (Fantasy Drama)
— Ryn (main character, pansexual)

Skam (2015-2017) (Teen Drama)
— Even Bech Næsheim (main character, on screen, pansexual, bipolar)

Skam France (2018- ) (Teen Drama)
— Eliott Demaury (main character, pansexual, bipolar)

Skam Italia (2018-2020) (Teen Drama)
— Niccolò Fares (main character, pansexual, BPD)

Star-Crossed (2014) (Science Fiction, Teen Drama)
— Sophia (nain character, pansexual)
— Roman (main character, pansexual)

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993-1995) (Science Fiction)
— Ezri Dax (main character, pansexual)
— Jadzia Dax (main character, pansexual)

Star Trek: Picard (2020- ) (Science Fiction)
— Seven of Nine (recurring character, pansexual)

Stonemouth (2015) (Crime Drama)
— Ferg (main character, on screen, pansexual)

Supernatural (2005-2020) (Horror, Fantasy)
— Crowley (recurring character, pansexual)

Sweet/Vicious (2016) (Comedy Drama)
— Jules Thomas (main character, pansexual)

Torchwood (2006-2011) (Science Fiction)
— Jack Harkness (main character, pansexual/bisexual/omnisexual)

Trinkets (2019-2020) (Teen Drama)
— Sabine (recurring character, on screen, pansexual)

True Blood (2008-2014) (Fantasy, Horror, Drama)
— Eric Northman (main character, pansexual)
— Pam (main character, pansexual)

The Umbrella Academy (2019- ) (Superhero)
— Klaus Hargreeves (main character, pansexual, nonbinary/genderqueer, addiction)

Vagrant Queen (2020) (Science Fiction)
— Elida (main character, pansexual)

What/If (2019) (Thriller)
— Kevin (recurring character, on screen, pansexual)

What We Do in the Shadows (2019- ) (Comedy Horror)
— Colin (main character, pansexual)
— Laszlo (main character, pansexual)
— Nadja (main character, pansexual, Romani)
— Nandor (main character, pansexual, Iranian)

Will & Grace (1998-2006, 2017-2020) (Sitcom)
— Edward (guest character, on screen, pansexual)
— Karen (main character, on screen, pansexual)

Wynonna Earp (2016-2021) (Supernatural Drama)
— Demetri (guest character, on screen, pansexual)

You (2018- ) (Psychological Thriller)
— Forty (main character, pansexual)

Younger (2015-2021) (Comedy Drama)
— Lauren Heller (main character, pansexual/fluid, Jewish)
— Tam (guest character, on screen, pansexual, homoromantic, genderqueer)

Young Justice (2020- ) (Animated Superhero)
— Kaldur'ahm (main character, pansexual/bisexual/polysexual)

You Me Her (2016-2020) (Comedy Drama)
— Izzy Silva (main character, on screen, pansexual, polyamorous)


Ackley Bridge (2017-2021) (Comedy Drama)
— Cory Wilson (main character, pansexual)

Dance Academy (2010-2013) (Teen Drama)
— Sammy Lieberman (main character, pansexual)

Doctor Who (2005- ) (Science Fiction)
— The Doctor (main character, pansexual, genderfluid)

Faking It (2014-2016) (Teen Drama)
— Amy Raudenfeld (main character, pansexual)

Firefly (2002) (Science Fiction)
— Inara Serra (main character, pansexual, Latina)

Game of Thrones (2011-2019) (Fantasy Drama)
— Oberyn Martell (recurring character, pansexual)

General Hospital (1963- ) (Soap Opera)
— Kristina Davis (recurring character, pansexual)

Grey’s Anatomy (2005- ) (Medical Drama)
— Sadie Harris (recurring character, pansexual)
— Leah Murphy (recurring character, pansexual)

Halt and Catch Fire (2014-2017) (Period Drama)
— Joe MacMillan (main character, pansexual)

Hollyoaks (1995- ) (Soap Opera)
— Craig Dean (main character, pansexual)

House of Lies (2012-2016) (Comedy)
— Roscoe Kaan (main character, pansexual, genderqueer, Black)

Katy Keene (2020) (Comedy Drama, Musical)
— Pepper Smith (main character, pansexual)

Killing Eve (2018- ) (Drama Thriller)
— Bill Pargrave (guest character, pansexual)

Legacies (2018- ) (Supernatural Drama)
— Penelope Park (recurring character, pansexual)

The Magicians (2015-2020) (Fantasy)
— Marina (recurring character, pansexual)

The Mist (2017) (Horror, Science Fiction)
— Adrian Garff (main character, pansexual)

Now Apocalypse (2019) (Comedy)
— Ulysses (main character, pansexual)

Orange Is the New Black (2013-2019) (Comedy Drama)
— Brook Soso (recurring character, pansexual, Japanese)

Parks and Recreation (2009-2015) (Sitcom)
— Jean-Ralphio Saperstein (recurring character, pansexual)

Penny Dreadful (2014-2016) (Drama, Horror)
— Dorian Gray (main character, pansexual)

Queen Sugar (2016- ) (Drama)
— Nova Bordelon (main character, pansexual, Black)

Riverdale (2017- ) (Teen Drama)
— Chic (guest character, pansexual)

Scrubs (2001-2010) (Medical Drama, Sitcom)
— Todd Quinlan (recurring character, pansexual)

Sense8 (2015-2018) (Drama, Science Fiction)
— Zakia Asalache (recurring character, pansexual, Black)

Shadowhunters (2016-2019) (Supernatural, Teen Drama)
— Simon Lewis (main character, pansexual, Jewish)

Shameless (2011-2021) (Comedy Drama)
— Lloyd Lishman (guest character, pansexual)

Skins (2007-2013) (Teen Drama)
— Franky Fitzgerald (main character, pansexual)

Torchwood (2006-2011) (Science Fiction)
— John Hart (recurring character, pansexual)

Voltron: Legendary Defender (2016-2018) (Animated Action Adventure)
— Lance McClain (main character, pansexual, Cuban)



180 Angel (2019- ) (Fantasy)
— Lilith (on page, pansexual)

And the Clouds Go By (2016-2018) (Romance)
— Tyler (on page, pansexual, polyamorous, Black)

Babe! (2020) (Comedy)
— Zoey (on page, pansexual)

Biased (2019- ) (Comedy, Romance)
— Dean (on page, pansexual)
— Enno (on page, pansexual)

Bloodrain Valravn (2018-2019) (Action, Horror, Mystery)
— Lupin (pansexual)

Boyfriends (2021- ) (Romance)
— Nerd/Adrian (on page, pansexual, polyamorous)

The Breakfast Guild (2020- ) (Adventure)
— Eggs (pan)

But I'm A Cat Person (2011- ) (Fantasy)
— Emma (pansexual, Chinese-American)

Chroma Key (2017- ) (Drama)
— Adrienne (pansexual/bisexual, Black)
— Emily (pansexual/bisexual)

Count Me In (2018) (Drama)
— Atlas (panromantic, asexual)

Covenant (2020- ) (Action, Fantasy)
— Isaac (pansexual)

Cunning Fire (2016- ) (Fantasy)
— Riley (pansexual, nonbinary)

Demon House (2015-2020) (Slice of Life)
— Tula (pansexual)

Demon of the Underground (2011- ) (Paranormal, Urban Fantasy)
— Pogo (pan/bi)

Deryli and the Magician's Key (2020- ) (Fantasy, Mystery)
— Caspiano (pansexual)

Dissent (2016-2021) (Fantasy)
— Ephriam (pan/demi, POC)

Falconhyrste (2017-2020) (Fantasy)
— Cei (pansexual, transgender)

The Fantasy Book Club (2020- ) (Drama, Supernatural)
— Fiona (pansexual, aromantic)

The Flipside (2016- ) (Mystery, Romance)
— Meredith (pansexual)

Ghost Junk Sickness (2015- ) (Science Fiction)
— Beetle (pansexual)
— Boggmouth (pansexual, transgender)
— Nonshedo (pansexual)
— Nowe (pansexual)
— Raine (pansexual)
— Vahn (panromantic, asexual, agender)

Go Get A Roomie (2010-2020) (Slice of Life)
— Roomie (pansexual)
— Steve (pansexual)

The Guide to a Healthy Relationship (2016- ) (Drama, Slice of Life)
— Julian (pansexual, nonbinary)

Hookteeth (2019- ) (Horror, Romance)
— Nen (pansexual, nonbinary)

Jamie (2020-2021) (Slice of Life)
— Jamie (on page, pansexual, questioning)

Leif and Thorn (2015- ) (Comedy, Fantasy)
— Ebony (on page, pansexual)
— Elisa (on page, pansexual)
— Hyacinth (on page, pansexual, intersex, POC)
— Laurel (on page, pansexual, transgender, Black)
— Leif (on page, pansexual)

Les Normaux (2014-2021) (Fantasy, Romance)
— Dev (pan, Nigerian)
— Drew (pan, Japanese/Brazilian)
— Gio (pansexual, aromantic, Gujarati Indian/Italian)
— Raahim (pan, Iraqi)
— Tip (pan, transgender, Hopi Native American)

Let's Celebrate! (2019- ) (Adventure, Fantasy)
— Patricia Feagan (pan/bi/cupio)

Let's Fight (2017-2019) (Romance)
— Mari (pansexual, nonbinary)

Lies Within (2017- ) (Fantasy)
— Lorne Park (pansexual, nonbinary)
— Misha Romanov (pansexual)

Love, Lila (2020-2021) (Romance)
— Lila (on page, pansexual)

Lunchbox (2016-2019) (Slice of Life)
— Umi (pansexual)

MilkBlush (2018) (Romance)
— BlushBlush (on page, pansexual, nonbinary, African/mixed)

Namesake (2010-2021) (Fantasy)
— Ben Kench (on page, pansexual)

No End (2017- ) (Post-Apocalyptic, Romance)
— Abby (on page, pansexual, transgender/genderqueer, Black, disabled)
— Character (on page, panromantic, asexual)
— Character (on page, pansexual)
— Character (on page, pansexual, transgender)
— Jenn (on page, panromantic, asexual)
— Jerry (on page, pansexual)
— Maverick (on page, pansexual, deuteranopia, PTSD)
— Sarah (on page, pansexual, questioning)

Novae (2016-2021) (Historical Romance)
— Raziol (on page, pansexual)
— Sulvain (on page, demisexual/greyace, panromantic, mute)

The Property of Hate (2012- ) (Adventure, Fantasy)
— RGB (on page, pansexual)

Rain (2010-2020) (Comedy Drama)
— Emily (on page, pansexual)

Raison d'Etre (2014-2020) (Supernatural Drama)
— Miyamoto Hiroki (panromantic, asexual)
— Miyamoto Kazuo (panromantic, nonbinary)
— Nakamura Sachiko (pansexual, demifemale)

Rock and Riot (2015-2017) (Comedy)
— Carla (panromantic, asexual, fat)
— Rolly (panromantic, demisexual, transgender)
— Sasha (panromantic, demisexual)
— Skip (demi-pansexual, bigender, POC)
— Sonny (pansexual demiboy)

Seeing Starsigns (2017-2018) (Drama, Fantasy)
— Cassia (panromantic, asexual)
— Waihrah (pansexual)

Shaderunners (2017- ) (Adventure, Historical Fiction)
— Domigo (pansexual)
— Easton (pansexual)
— Ezra (pansexual)
— Galos culture (pansexual)
— Ivo (pansexual, bigender)
— Satinder (pansexual)

Sinners of St. Sebastian's (2017-2020) (Comedy)
— Red (on page, pansexual)
— Steven (on page, pansexual, MOC)

Sister Claire (2008- ) (Fantasy)
— Marie (pansexual)
— Rosalie (pansexual)

Sleepless Domain (2015- ) (Fantasy)
— Outrageous Lime (pansexual)

Snug Orbit (2016-2021) (Slice of Life)
— Calliope (on page, pansexual)

SomethingPositive (2001-2021) (Comedy)
— Rory (on page, pansexual)
— Gris (on page, pansexual, nonbinary)

SPIRE (2016-2020) (Fantasy, Science Fiction)
— Randall (on page, pansexual)

StarChild (2018-2021) (Science Fiction)
— Bunny (on page, pansexual)
— Dani (on page, pansexual)
— Stel (on page, pansexual)

Sunflowers and Lavender (2019-2021) (Romance)
— Noah (pansexual, nonbinary, half Japanese, disabled)
— Penny (pansexual, Jewish)

Superlunary (2017-2020) (Fantasy)
— Dean (on page, pan, Korean)

This Is Not Fiction (2011- ) (Romance)
— Julian Drees (panromantic, demisexual)
— Landon Addison (pansexual, demiromantic)

Undefiled Wings (2018-2021) (Fantasy)
— Acquamarina (on page, pansexual, transgender, MOC)

[Un]Divine (2015- ) (Fantasy)
— Esther (pansexual)

The Unfitting Puzzle Piece (2017-2019) (Drama)
— Nico (on page, pansexual, MOC)

Unknown Lands (2015-2020) (Fantasy)
— Mischief (pan)

Unluckies (2018- ) (Fantasy, Romance)
— Ghost (pansexual)

What-Sexual? (2015- ) (Drama, Romance)
— Casey (on page, pansexual)

Where the Giants Roar (2018- ) (Fantasy)
— Koios Titan (pansexual, Black)



The Adventures of Jamie Watson (and Sherlock Holmes) (2014-2016) (Comedy Drama, Literary Inspired)
— Wendy (on screen, pansexual)

The Adventures of Serena Berg (2016-2917) (Literary Inspired)
— Rags (pansexual)

All For One (2016) (Comedy Drama, Literary Inspired)
— Portia Vallon (pansexual)

All Or Nothing (2016-2017) (Comedy)
— Annie (on screen, pansexual)
— Charlie (on screen, pansexual)

Any Other Rosie (2017-2018) (Literary Inspired)
— Marshall Noble (pansexual, nonbinary)

Any Other Vlog (2015) (Literary Inspired)
— Marcy Harley (pansexual)

The Blair Goddess Project (2015) (Literary Inspired)
— Zoe Lasnammer (pansexual)

Couple-ish (2015-2017) (Comedy Drama)
— Amy Warson (pansexual, Black)

A Document of Madness/The Better Strangers (2015-2017) (Literary Inspired)
— Paulie Hathaway (pansexual)

The Emma Agenda (2017) (Literary Inspired)
— April Hawkins (on screen, pansexual, Asian)
— Hedy Bates (on screen, pansexual)

The Grey Tarmac Road (2016) (Literary Inspired)
— Boq (pansexual)
— Corey Chopper (pansexual, Black)

Helluva Boss (2020- ) (Animated Comedy)
— Blitzo (pansexual)

High'rd Help (2015) (Comedy, Supernatural)
— Billy Angelopolous (panromantic, asexual)
— Rowan Gaines (pansexual, nonbinary, Black)

Janny’s Diary (2017-2018) (Literary Inspired)
— Mary Perez (on screen, pansexual)

Like, As It Is (2015) (Literary Inspired)
— Orlando Deboys (pansexual)

Liminal Summer (2017) (Comedy)
— Liam Cox (on screen, pansexual)

The Married Woman (2021) (Drama, Romance)
— Peeplika (pansexual, Indian)

Monster High (2010-2018) (Animated Fantasy)
— Finnegan Wake (pansexual, disabled)

Project Green Gables (2015-2018) (Literary Inspired)
— Anne Shirley (on screen, pansexual, demiromantic, Black)

Retail Rejects (2016-2017) (Comedy)
— Brittany Wang (pansexual, Asian)
— Michelle-Taylor Blacksmith (pansexual)

The Roedell Project (2017) (Comedy)
— Dylan Finnegan (pansexual, demigirl)

Rome & Juliet (2017) (Literary Inspired)
— Bennie Montague (pansexual)
— Juliet Capulet (pansexual)

S.A.L.E.M.: The Secret Archive of Legends, Enchantments, and Monsters (TBA) (Animated Fantasy)
— Salem (nonbinary, pansexual)

School Spirit: An Unlikely Webseries (2017) (Comedy)
— Ellen Hammond (pansexual)

Total Party Kill (2018-2020) (Science Fiction)
— Kat (on screen, pansexual)

Twelfth Grade (or Whatever) (2016) (Literary Inspired)
— Maria (on screen, pansexual)


Alex Bertie, YouTuber — "Pansexual. I like anybody regardless of gender."

Alex Harrow, author — “Also, yeah, here’s me continuously figuring myself out. Here’s a list of labels that feel very right, but don’t all fit in my bio: queer AF (gay, pan, bi, also okay). trans, non-binary, trans man (he or they). demisexual, aromantic. neurodivergent, ADHD, anxiety, depression”

Alex Thomas-Smith, actor/singer — "just a pansexual eating a pancake in a pandemic x"

Alicia Corrales-Connor, actor/singer — pan flag in instagram profile picture

Alicia Sixtos, actress — "Being queer is super normal. I'm officially coming out because being pansexual is a real thing and it's freaking awesome in a super human way. I'm taking back my power to say. I'm Super Pan. Happy #NationalComingOutDay"

A.L. Lester, author — "I usually ID as vaguely pan/a bit grey-ace"

Alyssa Appleton, actor/writer — "I came out as bi/pan when I was ~30."

Amber Glenn, figure skater — “The fear of not being accepted is a huge struggle for me. Being perceived as [going through] ‘just a phase’ or [being] ‘indecisive’ is a common thing for bisexual/pan sexual women. I don’t want to shove my sexuality in people’s faces, but I also don’t want to hide who I am.”

Amita Kuttner, astrophysicist — “For pride, I want to share that I am nonbinary, genderfluid, and feel agender a lot of the time. I am pansexual. I discovered my identity over time as I watched friends come out and began to explore my own relationship to gender. Most of the time, I don’t feel like I have gender, but sometimes I do; sometimes I feel an overwhelming relationship to my body, either that it’s right, or wrong, that I am intrinsically woman, or man. I also found that gender is not a determining factor when it comes to who I am attracted to. And this has nothing to do with gender norms, or even how I present myself.”

Angel Haze, rapper — “To kind of identify as pansexual, to me, means to just want love. To have a connection with anyone you can find it with.“

Anna-Marie McLemore, author — "I'm pansexual."

Anna Zabo, author — “Hi, I'm Anna, and I'm queer. I'm nonbinary trans, and I use they/them pronouns. I'm bi/pan (I nearly wrote pi) and I'm probably on the aro spectrum, but I'm still figuring that out. (Yeah, you can be an old and still figuring yourself out!)"

Archer Kay Leah, author — “Happy #Pride2019, my lovelies! With it being Pride Month and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots today, I’m flying my flag! Pansexual. That’s me. Took me a while to realize it, but I’m here & I’m proud & I’m not apologizing for it, ever.”

Ashley Platz, actor — “I have felt so liberated in this choice every day since. While I was out to those I loved, I was now fully ME in every aspect of my life. Not only pansexual Platz in private (or on a need to know basis) but Pansexual Platz publicly. Proudly.”

Ashley Shuttleworth, author — "Pansexual & genderfluid"

Ashnikko, musician — "and to clarify i am pansexual and genderfluid i just didn’t feel ready to tell the internet yet but i guess now’s a good time since everyone’s doing a dissection into my sexuality and gender identity"

Asia Kate Dillon, actor — “I’m pansexual. I have the ability to be attracted to anyone.” / “I’ve always felt like I had the spiritual, emotional, physical capability of being attracted to any gender.”

Athens Boy Choir, musician — "I'm a pansexual"

Austin Connelly, wrestler — "hello i am pansexual"

Bella Thorne, actor — “I realized recently I’m actually pansexual, and I didn’t know that. Somebody explained to me really thoroughly what that is, and I am pan. You like beings, you like what you like. Doesn’t have to be a girl, or a guy, or … you know, a he, a she, a they, a this, or that. It’s literally, you like personality, like you just like a being. It doesn’t really matter what’s going on, over there. If I just like it, I like it!”

Beth Hinton-Lever, actor/singer — "I'm pansexual."

Bex Taylor Klaus, actor — “In the final hours of pride month last night I told my wife-to-be that I am pansexual. Took me a while to identify it and share it. But I got there. I’m proud year round”

Bob the Drag Queen, comedian/activist — "For the record I identify as Pansexual and non binary."

Bonnie Chapman, makeup artist — “I’m pansexual, now I’m sure the term is familiar with some people. It means to me I fall in love with personalities, rather than a gender.”

Boyfriend, rapper — “The rapper, who openly identifies as pansexual.”

Brendon Urie, singer — “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. [So you’re pansexual.] I guess so, I guess this is me coming out as pansexual.”

Brita Filter, drag queen — "[Sexually Identifies As:] Pansexual."

Brittany Lauda, voice actress — [shared the pan flag on Twitter indicating she's pan.]

Brooke Candy, rapper — “I’ve now come to the conclusion that I feel more pansexual [than gay].”

Bryce Xavier, actor/singer — "The more I came to terms with my pansexuality the more I found myself."

Cathy Pegau, author — "Oh, and to be clear, being married to a man for the last 29 years doesn't make me ANY less bi/pan than I am. Not a lick : )"

Caitlin Ricci, author — "panromantic"

Caitlin Stasey, actor — “I have a fluid sexuality and feel like everyone’s on a scale. [So do you consider yourself pansexual?] Yeah! It’s not a big deal to me. I don’t really discern a difference between attraction for men or women.”

Camila Recabarren, model — “I think I’m pansexual, as Miley Cyrus said, I’m struck by the term and it’s about loving everyone and falling in love with people regardless of their sex, that comes to me a lot.”

Cara Delevigne, actor — “I always will remain, I think, pansexual. However one defines themselves, whether it’s ‘they’ or ‘he’ or ‘she,’ I fall in love with the person - and that’s that. I’m attracted to the person.”

Cayley Spivey, singer — [Spivey identifies as pansexual, because, just as in her music, she also thinks doesn't gender matter when it comes to who she loves.]

Chen Aharoni, singer — “I’m pansexual.” / “I feel like I always knew I was a pansexual, but I could not call it by name because on TV I only heard about gays and lesbians”.

Chlöe Howl, singer — "This is my first pride openly acknowledging my pansexuality! I am in a lovely hetero relationship with a dreamboat and have struggled with my identity as a bi/pan person - feeling like it's invalidated or erased or completely made up lol. But here I am!"

Chris Lewis/Mr. Grim, wrestler — "For years, I've struggled with my identity. Too worried about how others would feel or think about me. I've finally gained the courage to openly express that I'm Pansexual."

Christine and the Queens, singer — “It’s mainly about not knowing what your next love will be and having no idea what I desire. It’s just changing all the time. I’m always very honest about what I’m feeling. In France, people laugh about the term pansexual, because ‘pan’ also means ‘bird’. So what? They can laugh about it, but maybe later they’ll go Google it, and think that it’s interesting. I dropped a new word.” / “I can fall in love with someone regardless of their gender, regardless of how they define themselves.”

Chris Stuckmann, YouTuber/film critic — "I am pansexual. If you don't know what pansexuality is, essentially you are attracted to all genders. And that's me, that's how I feel."

Christina Hillman, athlete — “What if I could get really good and I could be this out pansexual Olympian, that it can just be normal. That’s one of the things that drives me, to be able to be a role model for others.”

Chye-Ling Huang, actor — "I'm in a polyamorous open relationship. I'm also pansexual."

Clara Henry, author — “And oh, before I forget: I’m pansexual, I’ve got a freakishly cute cat and I’m, of course, a die hard feminist. Bite me.”

C.M. Lloyd, author — “queer/pansexual”

Cœur de pirate, singer — [Can you explain why you specifically chose the term queer as opposed to gay or lesbian?] “I think it’s because I didn’t want to limit myself to a gender. It’s more like saying I’m pansexual, like you’re attracted to people.”

Cori McCarthy, author — “Pan Demi Enby. They/Them”

Cory L. Lee, author — "I am pansexual. It’s time I come out."

Courtney Act, singer — “Pansexual basically means that my attraction isn’t limited to anyone. I don’t like to limit where I can find a connection. Generally, I find I am attracted to boys, but I like to leave my options open.” / “I am attracted to people irrespective of their gender.”

Dalton Harris, singer — [after posting a pansexual flag on Twitter] “SO the term ‘Pansexual’ was googled a record amount of times in Jamaica. Always gd to help educate & spread awareness & acceptance. I am overwhelmed by the love. For those that experience similar challenges and reached out. Hang in there. It all leads back to LOVE.”

Dana Mele, author — “I’m queer (panromantic, gray—a, she/her)”

David Bowles, author — "I'm pansexual."

Declan McKenna, singer — "I might call it pansexual, depending on who I’m talking to. I struggle to imagine it in any other way."

Dedeker Winston, author — "I am queer pansexual polyamorous"

Demi Lovato, singer/actress — "Sexually fluid. Yeah, anything, really. Yeah, yeah, pansexual." / "'Do you like pans?' like, I'm so sick of that one. I'm so sick of that one." / "Sometimes I identify as bisexual and then sometimes I, like, when I've listened to people talk about being pansexual, I identify with that as well, so it just...I'm very fluid."

Dill Werner, author — "I'm also ace, pan & demi-romantic."

Eboshi, musician — "Growing up, very easily, I said to everyone 'Yes, I'm bisexual, this has always been the case' and then sort of coming to a point a little later after that and being like, right, I'm pansexual, and being comfortable with claiming that identity and that term and being able to explain that to people, wasn't necessarily the hardest part about the whole experience, but being vocal about take a bit more work to do."

Emily Hampshire, actor — “So… #truestory way back when we shot this scene I didn’t know what #pansexuality was CUT TO: 5 years later I find myself regularly explaining my own pansexuality to people with, ‘It’s like, I’m into the wine not the label’ Share this with someone who might not know anyone like David…or me.” / “I just fall in love with a person I really like.”

Erin Kinsella, author — "I'm Erin (she/her, bi/pan/demi)"

Frances Forever, musician — "pan as fuck"

Gigi Gorgeous, YouTuber — "I just want to let everyone know that I am pansexual. I had heard that term before. I knew a few friends that identified as that. It never really stuck with me, I never really got it. I mean, I understood it for them, but I could never see myself as pansexual. Even though some of my friends were like, 'I think that you're pansexual, like you didn't fall in love with Nats because you're gay, I think you fell in love with him, because of the person that he is, like you literally fell in love with his soul.' And that's kind of how I see the definition pansexual. I see it as falling in love with the soul of somebody. When I finally clicked with it, and felt it, and truly was like, 'wow this is me, I finally identify as this', it was definitely like a lightbulb moment. I was like, 'I am pansexual'. I feel like just me, being pansexual, coming out as this, I just feel like Gigi. I really feel like this is the last time I'm gonna be coming out. And I feel like this was always who I was, this was always deep down inside, I feel like she was always there. It just took me a while to get here."

Girli, singer — “I identify as pansexual but generally just queer is an easier way to say it.”

G.L. Tomas, author — Have identified as pansexual on various different social media platforms

Gottmik, drag performer — "So you describe yourself as pansexual, what does that mean to you? Yes, I do identify as pansexual. To me it just means that I do not care about gender at all, all I care about is a really gorgeous personality and that's it."

Greta Christina, author — “I’m pansexual. It does not mean I have sex with bread, pans, or pan-flutes. It means I’m attracted to people of all genders.”

Hilary Mitchell, editor — "Some news: after identifying as a lesbian for many years, I've realised that I'm actually pansexual."

Ian Alexander, actor — “I’m a pansexual/panromantic transboy, also I’m polyamorous so that’s chill.”

Jack Sexsmith, wrestler — “One of the things I like to say is, right now I’m built as a pansexual wrestler, but one day I’d like to be built as a wrestler who is pansexual, and until we get there, who knows?”

Jake Choi, actor — "I feel like a lot of people understand it better if you just say 'bisexual,' which is not the same thing, but it's like sometimes when people say, 'Oh, so you're bi?' — I don't even want to argue anymore. It's just like, 'Yeah — sure.' I feel like the term pansexual is a little bit closer. With me, I say fluid because it's always changing." / "And you know, like, I'm pansexual in real life.”

Janelle Monáe, singer/actor — “Being a queer black woman in America,” she says, taking a breath as she comes out, “someone who has been in relationships with both men and women, I consider myself to be a free-ass motherfucker.” She initially identified as bisexual, she clarifies, “but then later I read about pansexuality and was like, ‘Oh, these are things that I identify with too.’ I’m open to learning more about who I am.”

Jazz Jennings, TV personality — “I will say that I am pansexual. Being pansexual basically means to me that you are attracted to anyone, matter their sex, gender identity, everything. There’s no limits.”

Jennifer Nemhauser, biologist — "I am queer and pansexual."

Jim Sterling, YouTuber — "I used to identify as bi before I realized the whole pan thing applied to me so much more."

Joe Lycett, comedian — “I say bisexual because it’s easy for people to understand, but I actually don’t quite think it’s that. Pansexual seems to be the closest thing at this point. In the sense that, what I’m attracted to changes depending on intangible things. Sometimes you just look at someone’s thighs and think, ‘Oof, God, yeah’, but the other parts don’t appeal to you. It’s not entirely to do with gender, it’s to do with where you’re at, your upbringing and the kind of person you are. It’s really complicated, like life is.”

JoJo Siwa, singer/YouTuber — "I like queer. Technically I would say that I am pansexual because that's how I have always been my whole life is just like, my human is my human."

J.R. Hart, author — "pan+ace"

Julia Lester, actor — posted a picture on Instagram for pride with the pan flag

Kailee Morgue, singer — “I’m pansexual!”

Kalynn Bayron, author — "Proud Pan"

Kari Alison Hodge, actor — "I'm pansexual."

Kate Hawthorne, author — "pansexual author of gay romance here"

Kelly Haworth, author — "nonbinary and pansexual"

Krys Marshall, actor — "Once upon a time, a Pan-girl and a Straight-boy met and fell in love. They got married and lived happily ever after. The end. Happy Pride Month, from our Modern Family to yours."

Kirsten Vangsness, actor — "Signed, this bisexual/pansexual/demisexual chick"

Kristin Kuffner, author — "a panromantic demisexual author"

L.A. Ashton, author — "I'm a pansexual enby"

Lachlan Watson, actor — “I identify as nonbinary and pansexual.”

Lady Leshurr, rapper — “Kehlani introduced to the term pansexual. I had never heard of it and after reading her tweets, I felt like everything she was saying applied to me. I researched it and was like ‘That’s me, that’s what I am’. I like everybody. I always thought I was bisexual. […] I realised gender has nothing to do with it. It’s more about the connection, the energy and the vibe that people bring around me – that’s what really draws me in. I’ve never been a person to look at somebody’s appearance and judge them on that. It’s always been about connection and that’s definitely why I identify as pansexual.”

Lauren Jauregui, singer — “I also identified as bisexual until I found out that there was pansexual, and it just kind of encompasses everybody in the world. I think [Halsey] feels the same in the sense of, we fall in love with souls over anything else.”

Laurie Penny, journalist — "I'm bisexual/pansexual and polyamorous."

Layla Moran, politician — “Pansexuality, to me, means it doesn’t matter about the physical attributions of the person you fall in love with, it's about the person themselves."

Lio Tipton, actor — "I am pansexual, which is separate from one's gender identity. Seems I’m not a box person, too claustrophobic. It means something unique to everyone, and that’s the beautiful thing about it. I hope this helps some."

Lorenza Izzo, actress/model — "#HumpdaywithHampshire - PRIDE SHORT - Emily Hampshire & Lorenza Izzo. This was so much fun. #pansexual and proud #pride"

Lottie Moss, model — “I’m pansexual so I don’t really mind… any gender. It kinda changes every day as well. It depends on who I meet.”

Louise Willingham, author — "asexual & bi/panromantic"

Madison Bailey, actor — “I guess I’m pan."

Madu Machado, author — "pansexual"

Maria Dahvana Headley, author — "So, no, I'm not straight, if that's what you're thinking. I have a male partner, I'm pansexual or bisexual or however you wanna put it. I don't care what gender my partners are."

Maria McKee, singer — "I suppose 'technically' I'm Bi/Queer/Pan but really just enjoying my Dykedom right now."

Mariah Rose Faith, actress/singer — "a planned parenthood loving pansexual”

Marysquid, streamer — "As a pansexual i wanna put the LGBTQIA+ tag under my stream but...i got bullied last is the day i say fuck it."

Michelle Smith, fashion designer — "I identify as pansexual."

Michelle Rojas, actor — "agender pansexual actor / streamer."

Mike Taveira, singer — “[Curious] is a reflection of when I was discovering my pansexuality. What I’m feeling now is proud of who I am. Being open to the now and the present is still what I do.”

Miley Cyrus, singer/actor — “I’m very open about it – I’m pansexual.”

Millie O'Connell, actor/singer — "#queerpride #panpride"

Mina Ramey, author — "As a pansexual woman, I've been blessed to never really have to have a 'coming out' story."

Minx, YouTuber/streamer — "I was just clarifying that I’m pansexual because a lot of people were saying I’m straight" / "I realised I was pan at 21"

Miss Queen Sateen, musician — "Also, Miss Queen has been able to come into her own sexuality, as a pansexual identifying individual."

Molly Bernard, actor — "I thought for a time that I was bisexual. But I think I am likely pan and I think I only understand that because I embodied a pansexual person on Younger for more than half a decade."

Munroe Bergdorf, model — “I’m pansexual. I like people not genders.”

Nadia Alexander, actress — "I am so SO proud to be a part of this beautiful community (rocking my pansexual colors to boot!) and I can't wait to celebrate many many more."

Natalie Negrotti, TV personality — “I’m pansexual.”

Natasha Negovanlis, actor — "My choice to identify as pansexual is not biphobic. It’s just a word that feels better for ME personally, at this time. You can call me queer, pansexual, bisexual, fluid, unlabelled, or a purple giraffe, but please don’t call me biphobic. I love and advocate for my bi siblings."

Nayland Blake, artist — “I identify as pansexual.”

Nia Lovelis, drummer — "I just prefer the term pansexual." / "I told my parents about my pan/bisexuality forever ago."

Nick Monaco, DJ — “I identify as pansexual. […] I have my own ideas about my own sexuality, my pansexuality; I don’t really think about gender or sex when it comes to dating someone.”

Patrick Scattergood, author — "nonbinary pansexual author"

Paulina Danielsson, TV personality — “I’ve always said I’m not bisexual, but then I’ve never known how to describe my sexuality until now. It’s nice to have found this. I immediately felt it’s my sexuality. I think more people will come out as pansexual.”

Preta Gil, musician — "Talvez seja por isso que as pessoas tenham uma imagem heterossexual sobre mim. Mas acho que sou pansexual."

Rachel Bowdler, author — "I'm a pan author"

Rachel Zegler, singer — "PAN BABY” / “pansexual and latina”

Raiven Adams, TV personality — “#pansexualandproud”

Rebekah Weatherspoon, author — "Happy #PRIDE ! Still Pansexual and Queer as fuck."

Renato Russo, musician — "Me considero pansexual, mas sou o que as pessoas chamariam de homossexual."

Reynaldo Gianecchini, actor — "They say I'm gay, but I don't consider myself that way. I consider myself all at the same time. If there is a word for me, then it is 'pan' (pansexual), because 'pan' is everything."

Rina Sawayama, singer — “I’ve identified as queer/pan since several years ago.”

Rin Chupeco, author — "I am a nonbinary pansexual progressive athiest."

Robyn Ochs, activist — “The ‘bi’ in bisexual for me now is ‘attracted to genders similar to my own and different from my own.’ So the ‘bi’ is not men or women, it’s similar and different. That’s an adaption that has allowed that word to exist as we’ve found new frames. It’s an adaption that’s allowed me to continue to use this word and incorporate our increasing knowledge that gender is not binary. I also identify as pansexual and queer, I think all these words heavily overlap.” “I identify as both bi & pan.”

Sam Clover, author — "I'm pan"

Sam Volante, journalist — "proud DFAB nb boy (he/him pronouns), pansexual, totally pop punk, and an aspiring journalist from London, England."

Sarah Peters, politician — "Today, as a pansexual, cisgender woman, I stand out for equity and remind us to be inclusive in our LGBT+ community as we work to make Nevada a more equitable place."

Sara Ramirez, actor — “I am so proud of the fact that, at 239 episodes, Doctor Calliope Iphigenia Torres was, and still is, the longest running queer character in television history, and happened to be played by a Latinx, Immigrant, Mexican-Irish-American, Bisexual, Pansexual, Queer Woman.”

Sarah McGonagle, makeup artist — “I am pansexual. No, that doesn’t mean I want to have sex with a kitchen utensil. No, that doesn’t mean I want to have sex with any inanimate object. No, it doesn’t mean I am bisexual. No, it doesn’t mean I’m “secretly gay”, or, in other words, “deciding”. It means that I am attracted to human beings despite gender binary or lack thereof. It means that even if the one I love is unsure of where they fall on a societal spectrum, I will love them despite that, because of who they are and absolutely nothing else. And it means that despite what anyone does, or says, I won’t “change my mind” or “choose a side”. I’m in this life for the long haul."

Sandra Mae Frank, actress — "I'm proud to be Deaf and Queer, because that's who I am. You know, I just figured that out about myself two years ago. When I was growing up, I would always say I have no labels. I believe love is love. I am attracted to all kinds of people. But I admit that something inside me was missing, I just didn't know it until two years ago. Someone mentioned the term 'pansexual' and I was struck by that. As I analyzed that word and myself, I realized, yes! That is who I am! That fits exactly what I feel! I remember that feeling. The second I embraced that, the second I was able to express myself openly and, I thought, yes! I finally felt complete. I finally understand myself better. I finally started to realize that how I think, how I express myself, how I see the world, and who I'm attracted to, too, it makes sense! I did question why I didn't recognize that in myself before. I grew up in the Queer community, but I was just used to it. I didn't really look into myself and introspect. Until now! I finally feel complete."

Shamir, singer — “As a pansexual myself that last thing I wanna be seen as is biphobic.”

Skye Kilaen, author — "Bi/pan"

Sophie Anderson, adult entertainer — "im pansexual"

Storry, musician — "I now identify as pansexual"

The Stupendium, musician — "Here I am! Hello! I’m pansexual!"

Suki Fleet, author — “Genderfluid. Pan. She/they.”

Talia Hibbert, author — “I identify as pansexual rather than anything else because I do not like this, this, and this gender, or this gender and this gender, or these genders. I like incoherent woobly noise and that feels pansexual to me. Glad we had this chat”

Tana Mongeau, YouTuber — “it’s also pride month and i haven’t had the chance to go hard for my lgbtqia+ babies but i be about pansexual as hell + i stand for u all”

Tee Noir, YouTuber — "And still I'm not super strict about it, you know? Like I'm still okay with being called pan, I've never not been okay with being called bi, and shit, you can even call me gay, because these days? Long story short just don't call me straight."

Tess Holliday, model — "I’ve been thinking a lot about my relationship to my own queerness, and I think the word pansexual speaks to me more than bi does."

Valentina Nappi, adult entertainer — "Orientation: Pansexual"

Will Wood, musician — "Though Wood, 23, makes a few distinctions; he does not identify as a woman, nor is he gay. 'Call me whatever you want' he said, though if he had to label himself, he is a pansexual"

Yara Naika, voice actor — "I'm pansexual."

Yaysh, rapper — "People often want to label me a lesbian, but I prefer pansexual, because I occasionally find sexual chemistry with men.“

Yungblud, singer — "I probably would say now, I am polyamorous. Before I didn't fucking know what I was." / "If I was to identify somewhere on the spectrum, my sexuality is ever evolving, I will probably be close to probably pan, because it's all about a person for me." / " I came out as pansexual the other day."



27 Hours by Tristina Wright (2017) (Science Fiction, Young Adult)
— Nyx Llorca (main character, on page, pansexual, Deaf, Cuban)

The Absolutes series by Chace Verity (2017-2018) (Fantasy, New Adult)
— Lester (main character, pansexual/queer, MOC)
— Kelpana (main character, pansexual)

Ace of Hearts by Feral Sephrian (2015) (Adult, Contemporary)
— Felix (side character, on page, pansexual)

The Affair of the Mysterious Letter by Alexis Hall (2019) (Fantasy, Mystery)
— Ms. Haas (side character, pansexual)

All He Needs by Ann Grech (2019) (Adult, Romance)
— Ricky (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)

All of the Above by Juno Dawson (2015) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Characters (various characters, pansexual)

All or None by Aurora Lee Thornton (2020) (Fantasy, New Adult)
— Royiora (main character, pansexual)

All or Nothing by Riina Y.T. (2019) (New Adult, Romance)
— Carter (main character, pansexual)

All the Things We Do in the Dark by Saundra Mitchell (2019) (Contemporary, Mystery, Young Adult)
— Ava (main character, on page, pansexual, PTSD)

The Almosts series by L.C. Mawson (2017) (Fantasy, New Adult)
— Kara (main character, pansexual, aromantic, autistic)

American Sweethearts by Adriana Herrera (2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Priscilla (main character, pansexual, Afro-Latinx)

Andersson Dexter series by M. Darusha Wehm (2010-2017) (Adult, Mystery, Science Fiction)
— Dex (main character, pansexual)

Angels of Mercy series by S.A. Collins (2015) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Marco (main character, on page, pansexual)

Appalachian Elementals series by Jeanne G'Fellers (2018-2019) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Brinn (side character, pansexual, nonbinary)
— Cent (main character, on page, pansexual, nonbinary)

The Arcadia Project series by Mishell Baker (2016-2018) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Millie (main character, pansexual, borderline personality disorder, disabled/two prosthetic legs)

Arctic Sun by Annabeth Albert (2019) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— River (main character, on page, pansexual)

Arden St. Ives series by Alexis Hall (2017-2019) (Adult, Erotica, Romance)
— Arden (main character, on page, pansexual)

Ardulum series by J.S. Fields (2017-2018) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Neek (main character, pansexual)

Assassins series by Erica Cameron (2016-2017) (Contemporary, Mystery, Young Adult)
— Blake (main character, on page, panromantic, greysexual, genderfluid, agender, intersex, mixed race, multiethnic)

The Aurora Circus by Viano Oniomoh (2019) (Fantasy, New Adult)
— Pyro (love interest, pansexual, transgender, MOC)

Base Status: Online by Emmy Engberts (2018) (Science Fiction, Young Adult)
— Willow (main character, pansexual, autistic)

Beautiful Red by M. Darusha Wehm (2012) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Jack (main character, pansexual)

Becoming Human by Holly Gray (2020) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Marin (love interest, pansexual)

Before I Let Go by Marieke Nijkamp (2018) (Young Adult, Mystery)
— Kyra (side character, on page, pansexual, bipolar)

The Belle and the Beard by Kate Canterbary (2021) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Linden (main character, on page, pansexual)
— Jasper (main character, pansexual)

Be Still My Heart by Charlie Cochet (2018) (Adult, Romance)
— Red (on page, pansexual)

Best Laid Plans by Roan Parrish (2021) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Rye (main character, on page, pansexual)

Betrothed: A Faery Tale by Therese Woodson (2015) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Faeries (various characters, pansexual)

Beyond the Curtain by T.L. Travis (2019) (Adult, Erotica, Romance)
— Diamond (main character, on page, pansexual)

Beyond Control by Kit Rocha (2013) (Adult, Erotica, Romance)
— Alexa (main character, pansexual)

Beyond Meridian by C.C. Bridges (2018) (Adult, Romance, Science Fiction)
— Raine (main character, pansexual)

Bijou Basin series by Koriana Brackson (2020) (Adult, Erotica)
— Kenzie (main character, on page, bi/pan, polymorous)
— Ripley (main character, on page, pansexual, polyamorous)

Bingo Love by Tee Franklin (2017) (Adult, Romance)
— Hazel (main character, on page, bi/pan/queer, fat, WOC)

Blacklight by Rory I (2018) (Science Fiction, Speculative)
— Gareth Heights (side character, pansexual, demiromantic, POC)

The Black Tree by Michón Neal (2013) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Ariel Shoud (side character, pansexual, aromantic, nonbinary)

Blood and Marriage by Megan Derr (2019) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Morrin (main character, pansexual, aromantic)

Blood-Bound by Kaelan Rhywiol (2018) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Rhys (side character, pansexual, aromantic)

Blood in the Water by Tash McAdam (2015) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Hallie (main character, pansexual)

Bloody Spade by Brittany M. Willows (2021) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Iori (main character, pansexual)

The Blue-Spangled Blue by David Bowles (2021) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Areshan (side character, pan, genderqueer)
— Inyoni (side character, pan)
— Jina (side character, pan)
— Meji (main character, pan, genderqueer)
— Samanei (side character, pan)
— Tenshi (main character, pan)
— Yen (side character, pan, genderqueer)

The Bone Season series by Samantha Shannon (2013- ) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Arcturus (love interest, pansexual)

BookMark by G.L. Tomas (2017) (New Adult, Romance)
— Ruby Jiang-Cruz (main character, pansexual)

Books, Bulls, and Bacchanals by Angel Martinez (2015) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Dionysus (main character, pansexual)

Bound to the Monarchs by Brooke Winters (2019) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Antonio (love interest, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Mathilda (love interest, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Vitoria (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)

The Breath of the Sun by Isaac Fellman (2018) (Adult, Fantasy, Science Fiction)
— Lamat (main character, pansexual, transmasc)

The Brightsiders by Jen Wilde (2018) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Alfie (love interest, on page, pansexual, genderqueer, social anxiety)

The Brown Sisters series by Talia Hibbert (2019-2021) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Gigi (side character, on page, pansexual, Black)

B-Sides series by Keelan Ellis (2017) (Adult, Romance)
— Richard (main character, bisexual/pansexual)

Bulletproof by Maggie Cummings (2020) (Adult, Mystery, Romance)
— Briana (main character, on page, pansexual)

Burning for You by A.M. Arthur (2019) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Bran (main character, on page, pansexual)

Butterfly Boys by Cameron James (2020) (Contemporary, New Adult, Romance)
— Sam (main character, on page, pansexual, nonbinary)

Cadence and the Pearl by K.L. Noone (2020) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Character (side character, pansexual)

Calling Calling Calling Me by Natasha Washington (2018) (New Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Josh (main character, on page, pansexual)

Calm by K. Evan Coles and Brigham Vaughn (2017) (Adult, Romance)
— Jesse (side character, pansexual)

Camellia Clock Cycle series by Taylor Brooke (2017-2018) (Contemporary, New Adult)
— Aiden (main character, on page, pansexual, anxiety, dissociative dysthymia)

Camp Rewind by Meghan O'Brien (2016) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Rosa Salazar (main character, on page, pansexual, anxiety)

Candy Hearts by Erin McLellan (2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— William (main character, on page, pansexual)

Can't Get You Out of My Bed by Isla Olsen (2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Aidan (main character, on page, pansexual, homoromantic)

The Care and Feeding of Waspish Widows by Olivia Waite (2020) (Adult, Historical Fiction, Romance)
— Penelope (main character, pansexual)

Castaway Heart series by L.C. Mawson (2017) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Dyna (side character, pansexual)
— Lyna (main character, pansexual)

Casual Magic by Dan Ackerman (2020) (Adult, Fantasy)
— West (main character, on page, pansexual)

Catalogue of Disaster by Amy-Alex Campbell (2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Jake (main character, demi/pansexual)

Change of Momentum by Liana Brooks (2020) (Adult, Romance, Science Fiction)
— Hollis Salir (main character, pansexual)

The Changing of Allison Dutch by Michón Neal (2007) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Jeffery (side character, panromantic, asexual, nonbinary, polyamorous)
— Marie (side character, pansexual, aromantic)

Charisma Check by Charlie Novak (2021) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Edward (main character, on page, pansexual)

Cherrington series by Rebecca J. Caffery (2020-2021) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Isaac (main character, pansexual)

Chilling Effect series by Valerie Valdes (2019-2020) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Eva (main character, pansexual)

Chronicles of Jegra by Tristan Vick (2018-2020) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Jegra (main character, on page, pansexual, polyamorous)

Cinderllis by Evie Drae (2021) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Henry (main character, on page, pansexual)

City of Spires series by Claudie Arseneault (2017) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Larryn (main character, panromantic, grey-asexual)
— Vellien (side character, pansexual, genderqueer, anxiety)

Closer Than Blood series by Jayne Lockwood (2013-2014) (Adult, Romance)
— Richard (main character, pansexual)

Concerto in Chroma Major by Naomi Tajedler (2018) (Contemporary, New Adult)
— Leonardo Neri (side character, pansexual)

The Country Village Christmas Show by Cathy Lake (2020) (Adult, Contemporary)
— Kyle (side character, on page, pansexual)

Crownchasers series by Rebecca Coffindaffer (2020-2021) (Science Fiction, Young Adult)
— Alyssa (main character, pansexual)

CU Hockey series by Eden Finley and Saxon James (2020- ) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Beck (main character, on page, pansexual)
— Seth (main character, on page, pan, demisexual)

Cute Mutant series by SJ Whitby (2020) (Science Fiction, Young Adult)
— Dylan (main character, on page, pansexual, genderfluid)

Dalí Tamareia series by E.M. Hamill (2017-2020) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Dalí (main character, pansexual, genderfluid)

Dark City by Sarah Kay Moll (2018) (Adult, Crime)
— Ras (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)

A Dark and Hollow Star by Ashley Shuttleworth (2021) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Arlo (main character, pansexual)

Dark Soul series by Aleksandr Voinov (2011-2012) (Adult, Erotic, Romance)
— Silvio (main character, pansexual)

Different Names For The Same Thing by Francis Gideon (2016) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Theo (love interest, on page, pansexual, transgender)

Dithered Hearts by Chace Verity (2019) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Myrick (main character, on page, pansexual, aromantic, transgender)

Don’t Feed the Trolls by Erica Kudisch (2017) (Contemporary, Romance, Young Adult)
— Daphnis (main character, on page, pansexual, genderqueer, transgender)

Dragonfire Station series by Zen DiPietro (2016-2017) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Emé (main character, on page, pansexual)

Eight Kinky Nights by Xan West (2019) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Jordan (main character, on page, pansexual, stone butch, polyamorous, autistic, disabled/cane user, fat, Jewish, PTSD)

Empire of Light by Alex Harrow (2019) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Aris (love interest, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Raeyn (love interest, pansexual, PTSD)

Erik the Pink by Matthew J. Metzger (2018) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Erik (main character, on page, pansexual)

Eva's World: A Real Woman's Life by Ella Marques (2020) (Adult, Contemporary)
— Eva (main character, on page, pansexual, transgender)

Evanstar series by Sara Codair (2018-2020) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Bailey (main character, pansexual, nonbinary, depression)
— José (love interest, pansexual)

Everafter series by Dave Justus (2017) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Connor Wolf (main character, pansexual)

Exit Plans for Teenage Freaks by Nathan Burgoine (2018) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Nat (side character, on page, pansexual, genderqueer)

Exposed: A Romance Anthology by Karen Stivali (2018) (Adult, Romance)
— Michael (love interest, pansexual)

Extra Time by Charlie Novak (2019) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Hugo (main character, on page, pansexual)

Faith: Taking Flight by Julie Murphy (2020) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Francesca (side character, on page, pansexual)

Fake Boyfriend series by Eden Finley (2019) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Miller (main character, on page, bi/pan)
— Max (main character, on page, bi/pan)

The Fallen Star by D'Angel (2019) (Adult, Erotica, Fantasy)
— Character (main character, on page, pansexual)

Fat Chance, Charlie Vega by Crystal Maldonado (2021) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Amelia (side character, on page, pansexual, Black)

Fearless by R.G. Alexander (2018) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Rig (love interest, on page, pansexual, polyamorous)

Feather by Feather and Other Stories by S.L. Dove Cooper (2016) (Adult, Fantasy, Science Fiction)
— Jules (main character, panromantic, asexual, nonbinary)

Feed by Aveda Vice (2021) (Erotica, Fantasy, Romance)
— Avirin (main character, pansexual)
— Pye (love interest, pansexual, genderqueer)

The Fell of Dark by Caleb Roehrig (2020) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Jude (side character, on page, pansexual)

Fierce & Fabulous by Elizabeth Varlet (2016) (Adult, Romance)
— Fitch (main character, pansexual)

Fin & Rye & Fireflies by Harry Cook (2020) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Poppy (side character, on page, pansexual)

Final Draft by Riley Redgate (2018) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Laila (main character, on page, pansexual, anxiety, depression, fat, Ecuadorian/French-Canadian)

Finding Aurora by Rebecca Langham (2018) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Talia (main character, pansexual)

The Fire in My Blood by Chapel Orahamm (2020) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Nigrae (main character, pansexual)

Fire on the Ice by Tamsen Parker (2018) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Blaze (main character, pansexual)

Five Boroughs series by Santino Hassell (2017) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Aiden (side character, on page, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Oli (side character, on page, pansexual)
— Stephanie (side character, on page, pansexual)

The First Sister series by Linden A. Lewis (2020-2021) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Hiro (love interest, Japanese, pansexual, nonbinary, genderqueer)
— Lito (main character, panromantic, asexual)

Fledgling by Octavia E. Butler (2005) (Adult, Fantasy, Paranormal)
— Shori Matthews (main character, pansexual)
— Ina species (various character, pansexual)

Flicker by Elizabeth Tybush (2020) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Solin (main character, pansexual/bisexual)

Flower Power by Nicolette Dane (2019 (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Alex (love interest, on page, pansexual)

Flowers and Keyboards series by Emmy Engberts (2018) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Fleur (main character, on page, pansexual, ADHD)
— Izzy (main character, on page, pansexual, transgender)

The Flowers of Time by A.L. Lester (2020) (Adult, Fantasy, Mystery, Romance)
— Edie (main character, pansexual)

Forbidden by Renée Dahlia (2019) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Queenie (main character, pansexual, dyslexic)

Forbidden by Samantha Kroese (2019) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Character (side character, pansexual)

Forgotten Monster by J. Emery (2019) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Sef (main character, pansexual)

From the Dark We Came by J. Emery (2020) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Belar (main character, demisexual, panromantic, chronic pain)

Full Moon in Leo by Brooklyn Ray (2020) (Adult, Romance)
— Cole (main character, pansexual, anxiety)

Gay Wizard series by V.S. Santoni (2019-2020) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Alison (main character, pansexual, transgender)
— Blake (side character, pansexual)

Gemini Dreams by Philip Zander (2020) (Adult, Mystery)
— Kyden (main character, pansexual)

A Gentleman in the Street by Alisha Rai (2014) (Adult, Erotica, Romance)
— Akira (main character, pansexual)

Ghost by J.M. Dabney (2017) (Adult, Romance)
— Gideon (main character, pansexual/bisexual)

The Girl at Midnight series by Melissa Grey (2015-2017) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Jasper (side character, pansexual)

The Girl from Everywhere series by Heidi Heilig (2016-2017) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Kash (love interest, pansexual, Persian)

Good Angel series by A.M. Blaushild (2017-2018) (Urban Fantasy. Young Adult)
— Iofiel (main character, panromantic, asexual)

The Grasp of Time by Raven J. Demers (2017) (Fantasy, New Adult)
— Eila (main character, pansexual)

Grave Reflection by A. Lawrence (2020) (Fantasy, New Adult)
— Duncan (side character, pansexual)

Grisha series by Leigh Bardugo (2015-2016) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Jesper Fahey (main character, pansexual/bisexual)

The Gryphon King’s Consort by Jenn Burke (2017) (Fantasy)
— Eirian (main character, on page, pansexual, homoromantic)
— Gryphons (various characters, on page, pansexual, homoromantic)

Hard to Find by Chace Verity (2018) (Contemporary, Fantasy)
— Gabriel (side character, on page, pansexual, homoromantic)

Hard Wired by Megan Erickson and Santino Hassell (2017) (Adult, Romance)
— Lyrix (side character, on page, pansexual)

Harmonious Hearts 2015 edited by Anne Regan (2015) (Anthology, Romance)
— Will (main character, pansexual)

Havesskadi by Ava Kelly (2018) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Arkeva (main character, pansexual)
— Orsie (main character, panromantic, asexual)

Headless by Aveda Vice (2021) (Erotica, Fantasy, Romance)
— Brom (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Ichabod (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Katrina (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)

Heart and Seoul by Erin Kinsella (2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Tessa (main character, on page, panromantic, demisexual, half Latina)
— Min Jae (side character, pan, Korean)

Heart Beats by Davidson King (2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Ledger (main character, on page, pansexual)

Hell's Library series by A.J. Hackwith (2019-2020) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Claire (main character, on page, pansexual)

Hey Jude by Star Spider (2020) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Penny (main character, on page, pansexual)

High Heat by Annabeth Albert (2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Garrick (main character, on page, pansexual, disabled)

Hold Me Down by Sara Taylor Woods (2018) (Adult, Erotica, Romance)
— Mallory Duvall (side character, pansexual, demiromantic)

The Hollow Sun series by D.L. Wainright (2015-2017) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Character (pansexual/panromantic, genderfluid)
— Eva (side character, panromantic, asexual)
— Ren (side character, pansexual/panromantic)

The Home I Find with You by Skye Kilaen (2021) (Adult, Romance)
— Van (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)

Homesick at Space Camp by Francis Gideon (2016) (Adult, Romance, Science Fiction)
— Eastyn (main character, pansexual)

Honestly Ben by Bill Konigsberg (2017) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Hannah (love interest, on page, pansexual)

Hooked on You by K. Evan Coles (2021) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Connor (main character, on page, bi/pan)

How Not to Summon Your True Love by Sasha L. Miller (2016) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Cy (main character, panromantic, asexual)

How to Be Good by Chace Verity (2021) (Adult, Romance)
— Rian (main character, on page, pansexual)

How to Find a Princess by Alyssa Cole (2021) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Beznaria (main character, on page, pansexual/queer, Black)

How to Forgive by Susan Hawke (2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Wolf (main character, on page, pansexual)

Hullmetal Girls by Emily Skrutskie (2018) (Science Fiction, Young Adult)
— Woojin (side characters, on page, pansexual, Asian)

Human Enough by E.S. Yu (2019) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Noah (main character, on page, pansexual, autistic, Chinese-American)

Hurricane Reese by R.L. Merrill (2018) (Adult, Romance)
— Reese (main character, on page, pansexual)

Ilavanian Dreams series by Kaelan Rhywiol (2017) (Adult, Erotica, Fantasy)
— Li (love interest, pansexual, nonbinary)
— Mael (main character, pansexual, autistic)

Illusions & Dreams by Z. Allora (2014) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Jake (main character, on page, pansexual)

The Image of Deception by Charlotte Anne Hamilton (2018) (New Adult, Romance)
— Megan (main character, on page, pansexual, WOC)

Inheritance series by A.K. Faulkner (2016-2019) (New Adult, Urban Fantasy)
— Freddy (main character, pansexual)
— Quentin d'Arcy (main character, panromantic, demisexual)

In Over Our Heads by CJane Elliott (2017) (Fantasy, Romance)
— Miles (side character, on page, pansexual, genderfluid)

The Inquisition series by Casey Wolfe (2018-2019) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Marcus (main character, pansexual, disabled, PTSD)

In the Ravenous Dark by A.M. Strickland (2021) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Rovan (main character, pansexual)

The Invisible Life of Addie La Rue by V.E. Schwab (2020) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Addie (main character, pansexual)
— Henry (love interest, pansexual)

Ironspark by C.M. McGuire (2020) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Bryn (main character, on page, bi/pan)

Island of Exiles by Erica Cameron (2017) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Etaro (side character, panromantic, asexual, nonbinary)

Isolation series by Taylor Brooke (2016) (Adult, Fantasy, Science Fiction)
— Brookyln Harper (main character, pansexual)
— Nicoli Decker (side character, pansexual, genderfluid)

It Goes Like This by Miel Moreland (2021) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Steph (main character, on page, pansexual, nonbinary)

I Wish You All the Best by Mason Deaver (2019) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Mariam (side character, on page, pansexual, nonbinary, Muslim hijabi)

Jess, Chunk, and the Road Trip to Infinity by Kristin Elizabeth Clark (2016) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Chuck (main character, on page, pansexual)

Jilted by Lilah Suzanne (2018) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Link (love interest, on page, pansexual, queer, nonbinary)

A Kind of Magic by Ryder Phoenix (2020) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Ren (main character, on page, pansexual)
— Galia population (various characters, on page, pansexual)

The King of Trials by D.L. Sims (2020) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Anslo (side character, pansexual)
— Grant (main character, pansexual)

King's Ex by E.J. Russell (2021) (Fantasy, Romance)
— Bastien (main character, on page, pansexual)

Lambs Can Always Become Lions by Charlotte Anne Hamilton (2017) (Fantasy, Romance, Young Adult)
— Allan-A-Dale (side character, pansexual)

Last Bus to Everland by Sophie Cameron (2019) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Jett (side character, on page, pansexual, wheelchair user)

Lead Me Astray by Sondi Warner (2019) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Zyr Ravani (main character, pansexual)

Learning Curves series by Ceillie Simkiss (2018) (Contemporary, New Adult)
— Cora (love interest, on page, panromantic, asexual, ADHD)

Leather and Lace by Magen Cubed (2021) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Dorian (main character, pansexual, genderqueer)

Leo and His Lion by Andi James and Lila Wilde (2019) (Adult, Erotica, Romance)
— Dylan (main character, on page, pansexual)

The Liar's Guide to the Night Sky by Brianna Shrum (2020) (Contemporary, Romance, Young Adult)
— Jonah (love interest, on page, pansexual, aromantic, polyamorous)

The Lifeline Signal by RoAnna Sylver (2017) (Science Fiction, Young Adult)
— Shiloh (side character, bi/pan, demisexual, nonbinary)

The Life and Times of Angel Evans by Meredith Debonnaire (2016) (Adult, Fantasy, Short Story)
— Angel Evans (main character, pansexual)

Lillac Town series by M. Hollis (2016-2017) (New Adult, Romance)
— Chris Morrison (main character, on page, pansexual)

Lily's World by Margaux Fox (2021) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Lily (love interest, on page, pansexual)

Litha's Constant Whim by Amy Lane (2010) (Fantasy, New Adult, Romance)
— Whim (main character, on page, pansexual)

Little & Lion by Brandy Colbert (2017) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Rafaela (love interest, on page, pansexual)

Loki: Where Mischief Lies by Mackenzi Lee (2019) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Loki (main character, pansexual, genderfluid)

London, Actually by Clare Lydon (2018) (Adult, Romance)
— Tracey (side character, on page, pansexual)

Loom saga by Elise Kova (2017) (Fantasy, Steampunk, Young Adult)
— Ari (main character, pansexual)

Lost and Found by J. Holland (2017) (Adult, Fantasy, Romace)
— Nerissa (main character, on page, panromantic, asexual)

Love at Knockdown series by Skye Kilaen (2020-2022) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Allie (main character, on page, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Vivi (love interest, on page, pansexual)
— Will (main character, on page, pansexual)

#lovehim series by S.M. James (2018-2019) (Romance, Young Adult)
— Darien (main character, on page, pansexual)

Loveless by Alice Oseman (2020) (Contemporary, New Adult)
— Rooney (side character, on page, pansexual)

Love & Other Disasters by Anita Kelly (2022) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— London (main character, pansexual, nonbinary)

The Love Study by Kris Ripper (2020) (Contemporary, Romance)
— Mason (side character, on page, pansexual, Black)

Lucky by Garrett Leigh (2018) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Lucky (main character, on page, pansexual)

Lughnasadh Elite Academy series by Layla Heart (2019) (Fantasy, New Adult)
— Litha (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Rune (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)

There's Magic Between Us by Jillian Maria (2021) (Contemporary, Fantasy, Romance, Young Adult)
— Lydia (main character, on page, pansexual)

The Mark of Noba by G.L. Tomas (2015) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Tetra (main character, pansexual)
— Sterling (main character, pansexual)

Men of Falcon Pointe series by Thianna Durston (2015-2016) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— David (side character, pansexual, intersex)

The Merciful Crow series by Margaret Owen (2019-2020) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Tavin (main character, pansexual)

The Midnight Twelve by Hairann (2019) (Adult, Historical Fiction, Romance)
— Ezra (main character, pansexual)

Miles Away From You by A.B. Rutledge (2018) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Miles (main character, on page, pansexual, demisexual)

Milestone by J. Hayden Bailey (2018) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Mason (main character, on page, pansexual)

The Mirror Season by Anna-Marie McLemore (2021) (Fantasy, Retelling, Young Adult)
— Graciela (main character, on page, pansexual, Mexican, PTSD)

Miss Meteor by Tehlor Kay Mejia and Anna-Marie McLemore (2020) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Chicky (main character, on page, pansexual, Latinx)

Mist Deep by R.J. Longbottom (2015) (Fantasy, New Adult)
— Kalyah (main character, pansexual)

Moon Illusion by Michelle Osgood (2018) (Adult, Paranormal)
— Nathan (main character, pansexual)

Mother, Dearest series by Patrick Scattergood (2020) (Fantasy)
— Satara (side character, pansexual, nonbinary)

Mothmen by Kaelan Rhywiol (2016) (Adult Fiction, Erotica)
— Jai (love interest, on page, pansexual)

Mr. March Names the Stars by Rivka Aarons-Hughes (2016) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Nash (love interest, on page, panromantic, asexual, transgender, Black, Pagan)

Mud & Lace by Jay Northcore (2019) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Wicksy (main character, on page, pansexual/bisexual)

Murder Most Unladylike Mystery series by Robin Stevens (2014- ) (Middle Grade, Mystery, Young Adult)
— Amina (side character, pansexual)

Museum of Starving Things by John Cordial (2020) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Reynardine (side character, pansexual)

My Fake Canadian Wife by M. Hollis (2019) (New Adult, Romance)
— Abby (love interest, on page, pansexual)

My Heart Goes Bang by Keris Stainton (2018) (Contemporary, New Adult)
— Paige (love interest, on page, pansexual)

My Mate by Castiel Gutierrez (2018) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Billie (main character, on page, pansexual)

My Name is Ayla by Phetra H. Novak (2017) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Peter (main character, pansexual)

Never-Contented Things by Sarah Porter (2019) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Josh (main character, on page, pansexual)

Never Just Friends series by Saxon James (2020-2021) (Contemporary, New Adult, Romance)
— Circus (main character, on page, pansexual)

Nevermore Bookshop Mysteries series by Steffanie Holmes (2019) (Fantasy, Romance)
— Morrie (love interest, on page, pansexual)

New Tricks by J.D. Light (2019) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Byrum (main character, on page, bi/pan, Black)

Night Owls and Summer Skies by Rebecca Sullivan (2020) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Vivian (love interest, on page, pansexual)

No Cure Required by Stefanie Simpson (2019) (Adult, Erotica, Romance)
— Matt (main character, on page, pansexual)

No More Heroes series by Michelle Kan (2015-2020) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Rehua (side character, grey-panromantic, grey-asexual)

Nothing Happened by Molly Booth (2018) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Hana (main character, on page, pansexual/bisexual)

Now a Major Motion Picture by Cori McCarthy (2018) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Shoshanna (side character, on page, pansexual/queer, Filipino)

Not the Marrying Kind by Jae (2019) (Adult, Romance)
— Sasha (main character, on page, pansexual)

Not Quite Out by Louise Willingham (2021) (Contemporary, New Adult, Romance)
— Lilley (side character, pansexual)

Off Beat series by A.M. Arthur (2016-2017) (Adult, Erotica, Romance)
— Van (main character, on page, pansexual)

Offbeat Crimes series by Angel Martinez (2015-2018) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Alex (main character, on page, pansexual)

An Offering of Plums by J. Emery (2018) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Tristan (main character, pansexual)

Of Kindred and Stardust by Archer Kay Leah (2019) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Dath (main character, panromantic, demisexual, polyamorous)
— Kytzia (main character, pansexual/bisexual, polyamorous)
— Mack (main character, pansexual, nonbinary/genderqueer, transgender, polyamorous)

Once & Future series by A.R. Capetta and Cori McCarthy (2019) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Ari (main character, pansexual)
— Lamarack (side character, pan, enby, polyamorous, Black, disabled)

One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston (2021) (Contemporary, New Adult, Science Fiction)
— Winfield (side character, on page, pansexual, Jamaican)

On the Other Side by Carrie Hope Fletcher (2016) (Adult, Romance)
— Isla (side character, on page, pansexual)

Open Hearts by K. Evan Coles (2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Emmett (love interest, on page, pansexual)

Open Season by Sonni de Soto (2018) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Juli (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)

Our Own Private Universe by Robin Talley (2017) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Christa (love interest, on page, pansexual)

Our Way by T.L. Swan (2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Nathan (main character, on page, pansexual)

Out by Tatum West and Beau Lake (2019) (Adult, Romance)
— Vince (main character, on page, pansexual)

Out of Uniform series by Annabeth Albert (2018) (Adult, Romance)
— Bacon (main character, on page, pansexual, PTSD)

Out Now: Queer We Go Again! edited by Saundra Mitchell (2020) (Anthology, Young Adult)
— Cass (love interest, on page, pansexual, Choctaw)
— Dustyn (main character, on page, pansexual)
— Lane (side character, on page, pansexual, agender)

Outside The Lines by Caitlin Ricci (2017) (Adult, Contemporary)
— Andy (side character, on page, pansexual)

The Painted Phoenix by Sarah Kay Moll (2020) (Adult, Crime)
— Ras (main character, on page, pansexual, polyamorous)

A Pale Light in the Black by K.B. Wagers (2020) (Adule, Science Fiction)
— Jenks (side character, pansexual)

Paradise Lodge by Riina Y.T. (2018) (Adult, Romance)
— Azariah (main character, on page, pansexual)

The Paranormal Detectives series by Lily Luchesi (2015-2017) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Angelica (main character, on page, pansexual)

Party Girls by Alice Oseman (2018) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Raine (main character, on page, pansexual, Indian)

A Party for Lola by Caitlin Ricci (2019) (Adult, Contemporary)
— Charlie (main character, pansexual, nonbinary/transgender, polyamorous)
— Lola (main character, pansexual, nonbinary/transgender, polyamorous)
— Micah (main character, pansexual, nonbinary/transgender, polyamorous)
— Sasha (main character, pansexual, nonbinary/transgender, polyamorous)
— Tiffany (main character, pansexual, nonbinary/transgender, polyamorous)

Past the Breakers by Lucie Archer (2017) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Casey (main character, on page, pansexual)

The Permanent Collection by Megan Derr (2018) (Adult, Erotica, Fantasy)
— Laurence (main character, pansexual, aromantic)

Porthkennack series by Garrett Leigh (2017) (Adult, Romance)
— Kim (main character, on page, pansexual, addiction)

Port Lewis Witches series by Brooklyn Ray (2018-2019) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Liam (love interest, pansexual)
— Victor (love interest, pansexual)

Practice Makes Perfect by Kris Ripper (2017) (Adult, Erotica, Romance)
— Paul (main character, on page, pansexual, wheelchair user)

Pretend Girlfriend by Lily Craig (2018) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Lane (main character, on page, pansexual)

Pride & Joy series by Saruuh Kelsey (2018) (Fantasy, New Adult)
— Joy Mackenzie (main character, on page, pansexual)

The Pros of Cons by Alison Cherry, Lindsay Ribar, and Michelle Schusterman (2018) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Soleil (love interest, on page, pansexual)

The Psionics series by Tash McAdam (2014-2019) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Epsilon 17 (main character, pansexual, genderqueer)
— Leaf (side character, pansexual, transgender)

Psychic Underground series by Sarah Elkins (2018-2019) (Science Fiction, Young Adult)
— Henry (side character, on page, pansexual)
— Neila (main character, on page, panromantic, asexual)

The Purist by M. Crane Hana (2018) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— The Northwarden (love interest, pansexual, genderfluid)

Pyre at the Eyreholme Trust by Lin Darrow (2018) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Duke (love interest, pansexual)

The Queen of Dauphine Street by Thea de Salle (2017) (Adult, Erotica, Romance)
— Maddy (main character, pansexual, addiction, anxiety, PTSD)

Queers of La Vista series by Kris Ripper (2016-2017) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Mildred (love interest, on page, pansexual, biracial)

A Quiet Night In by Jaylee James (2017) (Fantasy, New Adult)
— Dacian/Daycie (love interest, on page, pansexual, bigender)

Radio Silence by Alice Oseman (2018) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Raine (side character, pansexual, Indian)

Radleigh University series by Dahlia Adler (2014-2016) (New Adult, Romance)
— Frankie Bellisario (main character, on page, pansexual)

The Reckless Afterlife of Harriet Stoker by Lauren James (2020) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Harriet (main character, on page, pansexual)

Redemption by Garrett Leigh (2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Paolo (main character, on page, pansexual)
— Luis (main character, on page, pansexual)

Reforged series by V.S. Holmes (2018-2020) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Keplan (side character, pansexual)

Regency Reimagined series by Megan Mulry (2014-2015) (Adult, Erotica, Historical Romance)
— Archie (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Beatrix (love interest, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Christopher (love interest, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Farleigh (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Georgiana (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)
— James (love interest, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Nora (main character, pansexual)
— Pia (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Sebastian (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Selina (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Trevor (love interest, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Vanessa (main character, pansexual)

The Republic series by Archer Kay Leah (2017-2018) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Emeraliss (side character, pansexual)
— Hastal (side character, pansexual)
— Laytia (side character, pansexual)
— Navara (side character, pansexual)
— Ress (main character, panromantic, asexual)

Resist & Triumph edited by Grace R. Duncan (2018) (Anthology, Romance)
— Emma (main character, pansexual)

Rites & Desires by Amanda Cherry (2018) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Ruby Killingsworth (main character, pansexual, biromantic)

River of Teeth series by Sarah Gailey (2017-2018) (Adult, Fantasy, Historical Fiction)
— Houndstooth (main character, pansexual/bisexual)

The Royal Cleaner series by L.C. Mawson (2017-2019) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Caroline (main character, on page, pansexual, autistic, polyamorous)

Run in the Blood by A.E. Ross (2017) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Aela (main character, pansexual)

Save the Date edited by Ann Roberts (2021) (Adult, Romance)
— Laurel (main character, pansexual)

Saving the Star by Rachel Bowdler (2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Atlanta (main character, on page, pansexual)

Saving Throw by Alex Silver (2021) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Errol (main character, on page, panromantic, demisexual)

Scales 'n' Spells series by A.J. Sherwood and Jocelynn Drake (2020) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Alric (main character, on page, pansexual)
— Baldewin (main character, on page, pansexual)
— Dragons (various characters, on page, pansexual)

School and Rock by R.J. Scott and V.L. Locey (2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Colorado (main character, on page, pansexual)

Scissor Link series by Georgette Kaplan (2016-2018) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Elizabeth (main character, on page, pansexual)

Season of the Witch by Sarah Rees Brennan (2019) (Horror, Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Ambrose (side character, pansexual, Black)

Secrets by Gianni Holmes (2020) (Adult, Romance)
— Auggie (main character, on page, pansexual)

Secured and Free by Z. Allora (2017) (Adult, Erotica, Romance)
— Xander (side character, on page, pansexual)

Seraphim by Leslie Swartz (2019) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Gabriel (main character, bi/pan)
— Lilith (side character, pan)

Sere from the Green by Lauren Jankowski (2013) (Adult, Urban Fantasy)
— Shae (side character, on page, pansexual)

Serving Mr. Chamberlain by Izaia Winter (2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Nolan (main character, on page, pansexual)

Seven Ways We Lie by Riley Redgate (2016) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Lucas McCallum (main character, on page, pansexual)

The Sex Coach by Garrett Leigh (2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Cole (main character, on page, pansexual)

The Shadowhunter series by Cassandra Clare (2007-2020) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Lily Chen (side character, pansexual, Asian)

Shadows of Melbourne series by Nicole Field (2018) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Bianca (side character, bi/pansexual, polyamorous)
— Dahlia (main character, bi/pansexual, polyamorous)

Shadow Tales by L.J. Hamlin (2017) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Joel (main character, on page, pansexual)

Shifting Ground by Alice Rachel (2018) (New Adult, Science Fiction)
— Jackson (main character, on page, pansexual)

Shifting Tides by Caitlin Ricci (2016) (Adult, Young Adult)
— Blaine (love interest, pansexual)

Ship It by Britta Lundin (2018) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Tess (love interest, on page, pansexual, homoromantic, queer, Black)

The Shock of Survival by Nicole Field (2016) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Ophelia (main character, bi/pansexual, polyamorous)

Signs of Love series by Anyta Sunday (2017) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Cal (love interest, on page, demi-pansexual)

Six Goodbyes We Never Said by Candace Ganger (2019) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Naomi (main character, pansexual, Latinx/white, fat, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, depression)

Skeletal Equation by A.E. Lister (2021) (Romance)
— Scott (main character, on page, pansexual, polyamorous)

Skins series by Garret Leigh (2018) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Angelo (main character, on page, pansexual)

Slow Dancing by Stylo Fantome (2020) (Adult, Romance)
— Woods (main character, on page, pansexual/queer)

Smoke & Mirrors by Charlie Cochet (2016) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Tony (side character, pansexual)

Socks for an Otter by Posy Roberts (2019) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Louis (main character, on page, pansexual)

Soft on Soft by Mina Waheed (2018) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— June Bana (main character, on page, pansexual, anxiety, Middle Eastern/Persian, fat)

Solitaire by Alice Oseman (2014) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Michael Holden (love interest, pansexual)

Só Mais Um Capítulo by Madu Machado (2021) (Adult, Romance)
— Giovanna (main character, pansexual)

Some Girls Do by Jennifer Dugan (2021) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Ruby (main character, on page, pansexual/bisexual/questioning)
— Lydia (side character, on page, pansexual)

Something to Talk About by Meryl Wilsner (2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Avery (side character, pansexual)

The Song of the Faerie Prince by Tay Laroi (2018) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Gia (main character, pansexual/questioning)

Sorceress by K.L. Noone (2019) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Lorre (side character, pansexual, genderfluid)

The Sound of Stars by Alechia Dow (2020) (Science Fiction, Young Adult)
— Ellie (pan/bi, fat, demi-ace, Black, anxiety, hypothyroidism)

Space Opera by Catheryne M. Valente (2018) (Science Fiction)
— Decibel Jones (main character, pansexual/omnisexual, nonbinary, multiracial)

The Speakeasy series by K. Evan Coles and Brigham Vaughn (2018-2019) (Adult, Romance)
— Jesse (main character, pansexual/bisexual)

The Spider’s Web by Sophia Beaumont (2017) (Adult, Urban Fantasy)
— Micha (main character, panromantic, demisexual)

The Spies Who Loved Her series by Katrina Jackson (2018-2020) (Adult, Romance)
— Asif (main character, pansexual, Pakistani-American, fat)
— Chanté (main character, pansexual, Black)

Stake Sauce by RoAnna Sylver (2017) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Pixie (love interest, pansexual, polyamorous, fat)

Start Here edited by Brigitte Bautista and Ronald S. Lim (2018) (Adult, Anthology, Romance)
— Gorgeous (main character, on page, pansexual)

A Stranger Sort of Fairy Tale by Cherry Pickett (2019) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Tarquin (main character, pansexual)

The Sub by Brynne Seabrooke (2019) (Adult, Romance)
— Sofia (main character, queer/pansexual/bisexual, ADHD, GAD)

Superheroes Anonymous series by Lexie Dunne (2014-2016) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Portia (side character, pansexual)

Sweet Revenge series by Elliot Junkyard (2017) (Adult, Dieselpunk)
— Ezekial (side character, panromantic, asexual, nonbinary)

Swipe Right by Tagan Shepard (2021) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Kieran (main character, on page, pansexual)

The Spies Who Loved Her series by Katrina Jackson (2018-2020) (Adult, Romance)
— Asif (main character, pansexual, Pakistani-American, fat)
— Chanté (main character, pansexual, Black)

Stake Sauce by RoAnna Sylver (2017) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Pixie (love interest, pansexual, polyamorous, fat)

Start Here edited by Brigitte Bautista and Ronald S. Lim (2018) (Adult, Anthology, Romance)
— Gorgeous (main character, on page, pansexual)

A Stranger Sort of Fairy Tale by Cherry Pickett (2019) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Tarquin (main character, pansexual)

The Sub by Brynne Seabrooke (2019) (Adult, Romance)
— Sofia (main character, queer/pansexual/bisexual, ADHD, GAD)

Superheroes Anonymous series by Lexie Dunne (2014-2016) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Portia (side character, pansexual)

Sweet Revenge series by Elliot Junkyard (2017) (Adult, Dieselpunk)
— Ezekial (side character, panromantic, asexual, nonbinary)

Swipe Right by Tagan Shepard (2021) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Kieran (main character, on page, pansexual)

TAD by M.D. Neu (2019) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Tad (main character, on page, pansexual)

Tales from the Grim series by Jodi Hutchins (2019) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Jackie (side character, pansexual)

Tales of Inthya series by Effie Calvin (2018-2020) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Adale (main character, pansexual)
— Aelia (main character, pansexual)
— Esofi (main character, pansexual)
— Ionna (main character, pansexual)
— Klavida (main character, pansexual)
— Netheia (main character, pansexual)
— Orsina (main character, pansexual)
— Vitaliya (main character, pansexual)

Taming the Wyld by Lucie Archer (2016) (Adult, Romance)
— Jake (main character, on page, pansexual)

Teddy Spencer Isn't Looking for Love by Kim Fielding (2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Romeo (main character, on page, pansexual, Black)

Teddy's Truth by K.D. Ellis (2021) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Ian (main character, on page, pansexual)

Temper series by Lila Mina (2019-2020) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Honda (love interest, on page, pansexual)

Texture Like Sun by Ils Greyhart (2016) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Character (side character, pansexual)

That Doesn't Belong Here by Dan Ackerman (2017) (Fantasy, New Adult, Romance)
— Levi (main character, pansexual, Jewish, fat)

There Will Be Phlogiston by Alexis Hall (2014) (Fantasy, Steampunk)
— Anstruther Jones (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)

Their Troublesome Crush by Xan West (2019) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Ernest (main character, pansexual, demiromantic, transgender, polyamorous, autistic, Jewish, fat)

Three Part Harmony by Holley Trent (2019) (Adult, Romance)
— Raleigh (main character, on page, pansexual, polyamorous)

The Tiger’s Watch by Julia Ember (2017) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Tashi (main character, pansexual, genderfluid)

Timekeeper series by Tara Sim (2016-2019) (Fantasy, Steampunk, Young Adult)
— Colton (love interest, pansexual)

Tiogair by Manuel Arbanassi (2018) (Adult, Romance, Science Fiction)
— Damodar (side character, pansexual/bisexual)
— Zoe (main character, pansexual, intersex)

To Terminator, With Love by Wes Kennedy (2016) (New Adult, Romance, Science Fiction)
— Andre (love interest, pansexual)

Tongue & Groove by Shae Connor (2016) (Adult, Romance)
— Saul Wilder (main character, on page, pansexual)

Torchwood series by various authors (2007-2012) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Jack Harkness (main character, pansexual/omnisexual/bisexual)

Touch of a Yellow Sun by V.L. Locey (2019) (Adult, Romance)
— Shey (love interest, on page, pansexual)

Tow Trucks & New Year’s Kisses by Lila Leigh Hunter (2016) (Adult, Romance)
— Scott (main character, pansexual)

The Traitor's Tunnel by C.M. Spivey (2016) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Theodor (main character, panromantic, asexual)

Transgressions of Power by Juliette Wade (2021) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Character (main character, pan/poly)

Triad Blood series by Nathan Burgoine (2016-2017) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Matthew (side character, on page, pansexual)

Trick or Treat by Sydney Blackburn (2017) (Adult, Romance)
— Drew (main character, on page, pansexual)

Twenty-One Arrow Salute by Kasia Bacon (2018) (Fantasy, Romance)
— Verhan (main character, pansexual)

Twisted Wishes series by Anna Zabo (2018-2019) (Adult, Romance)
— Adrian (main character, on page, pansexual)
— Mish (main character, pansexual)
— Zavier (main character, on page, pansexual, aromantic)

Tybalt Perdition by John Cordial (2017) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Reynardine (side character, pansexual)

The Unconquered City by K.A. Doore (2020) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Illi (main character, pansexual)

Under Dark Sky Law by Tamara Boyens (2016) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Xero (main character, pansexual)

Unleashed series by Erik Schubach (2017-2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Finnegan (main character, on page, pansexual)

The UnPopular Vote by Jasper Sanchez (2021) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Mark (main character, on page, pansexual, transgender, bipolar, Jewish)

An Unsuitable Heir by K.J. Charles (2017) (Adult, Historical, Romance)
— Mark (main character, pansexual)

Upright Women Wanted by Sarah Gailey (2020) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Esther (main character, pansexual)

The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli (2017) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Mina (side character, on page, pansexual, Korean)

Vampire Flynn series by Peter Dawes (2010-2018) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Peter (main character, pansexual)

Velvet Claw by L.J. Hamlin (2016) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Evan (main character, on page, pansexual)

The Velocity of Revolution by Marshall Ryan Maresca (2021) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Characters (main characters, pansexual, polyamorous)
— "pannormative culture" (various characters, pansexual, polyamorous)

Verona Comics by Jennifer Dugan (2020) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Jubilee (main character, on page, pan/bi)

Victorian Mistress by Jesse Stuart (2018) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Josef (side character, pansexual)

Violet Hill series by Chelsea M. Cameron (2017) (New Adult, Romance)
— Anna Corcoran (main character, on page, pansexual)

Wander This World by G.L. Tomas (2015) (New Adult, Paranormal)
— Melanie Blue (main character, pansexual)

Wanna Bet? by Talia Hibbert (2018) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Jasmine (main character, pansexual, Black, fat)

Warp Gate Concerto by Dorian Graves (2019) (Adult, Fantasy, Science Fiction)
— Ashua (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Nulani (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)
— Silna (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)

Wayward Children series by Seanan McGuire (2016-2020) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Eleanor (side character, panromantic)
— Jack (main character, pansexual, OCD, sex repulsed)

Wayward Witch by Zoraida Córdova (2020) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Fairies (various characters, pansexual)

Weapon UwU Vol. 1: Godkillers by S.J. Whitby (2021) (Fantasy, Horror, Young Adult)
— Lou (main character, pansexual, transgender)

We Could Be Heroes by Mike Chen (2021) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Jamie (main character, pansexual)

Welcome to Sea Port series by Katrina Jackson (2017-2018) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Santos (main character, pansexual, Mexican-American)

Werebears and Water by Caitlin Ricci (2018) (Erotica, Fantasy, New Adult)
— Rayce (main character, panromantic, transgender, polyamorous)
— Vince (main character, panromantic, polyamorous)

What Blooms Beneath by A.D. Ellis (2019) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Kellen (main character, on page, pansexual)

What We See in the Smoke by Ben Berman Ghan (2019) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Monitor Ingrid (main character, pan)
— Two Characters (main characters, pan, genderqueer)

When Light Left Us by Leah Thomas (2018) (Science Fiction, Young Adult)
— Brendan (side character, on page, pansexual)

When You Get the Chance by Tom Ryan and Robin Stevenson (2021) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Erin (side character, on page, pansexual, nonbinary)

Whispering Wildwood by Emma Sterner-Radley (2020) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Vick (love interest, pansexual)
— Pirates (various characters, pansexual)

White House Men series by Nora Phoenix (2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Henley (main character, on page, pansexual)
— Coulson (main character, on page, pansexual, demisexual)

Who’d Have Thought by G. Benson (2017) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Hayden (main character, on page, pansexual, Latinx)

Wild and Crooked by Leah Thomas (2019) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Gus (main character, pansexual, cerebral palsy)

The Wind City by Summer Wigmore (2013) (Adult, Urban Fantasy)
— Saint (main character, on page, pansexual)

Witchmark by C.L. Polk (2018) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Tristan (love interest, pansexual)

Without a Compass by Helen Juliet (2017) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Kai (main character, on page, pansexual)

The Wolf and the Sparrow by Isabelle Adler (2019) (Fantasy, New Adult, Romance)
— Callan (main character, pansexual)

Wonderland by Juno Dawson (2020) (Retelling, Young Adult)
— Alice (main character, pansexual, transgender, mentally ill)

Won't Back Down edited by Samantha M. Derr (2014) (Anthology, Fantasy, Romance)
— Gren (main character, pansexual)

Written in the Stars by Alexandria Bellefleur (2020) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Margot (side character, on page, pansexual)

The Year Shakespeare Ruined My Life by Dani Jansen (2020) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Charlotte (love interest, on page, pansexual)

The Zhakieve chronicles by A.M. Valenza (2015-2016) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Alexey (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)


The Barrow series by Mark Smylie (2014-2015) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Stjepan Black-Heart (main character, pansexual)

Bartimaeus series by Jonathan Stroud (2005-2010) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Bartimaeus (main character, pansexual, genderfluid)

Between Ghosts by Garrett Leigh (2016) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Nat (main character, pansexual)

Black Iris by Elliot Wake (2015) (Contemporary, New Adult)
— Laney (main character, pansexual)

The Blood Between Us by Zac Brewer (2016) (Contemporary, Mystery, Young Adult)
— Adrien Dane (main character, pansexual)

The Book of the Unnamed Midwife by Meg Elison (2016) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Midwife (main character, pansexual)

Calloway Sisters series by Krista Ritchie and Becca Ritchie (2014-2016) (Contemporary, New Adult)
— Connor Cobalt (main character, pansexual)

Camp Rewind by Meghan O'Brien (2016) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Jamal (side character, pansexual)

Every Day series by David Levithan (2012-2018) (Fantasy, Romance, Young Adult)
— A (main character, pansexual, nonbinary)

The Game of Love and Death by Martha Brockenbrough (2015) (Historical Fiction, Young Adult)
— Love (main character, pansexual)

Gates of Thread and Stone by Lori M. Lee (2014) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Avan (side character, pansexual)

Grisha series by Leigh Bardugo (2015-2019) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Nina (main character, pansexual)

It Could Happen by Mia Kerrick (2017) (Adult, Contemporary, Romance)
— Brody (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)

Jane, Unlimited by Kristin Cashore (2017) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Ravi (side character, pansexual)

The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet by Becky Chambers (2014) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Sissix (main character, pansexual, polyamorous)

Looking For Group by Rory Harrison (2017) (Contemporary, Young Adult)
— Arden (love interest, pansexual)

Lumber Jacked by Annabeth Albert (2019) (Adult, Erotica, Romance)
— Johnny (main character, pansexual)

Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard series (2015-2017) by Rick Riordan (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Magnus Chase (main character, pansexual)

Making Love by Aidan Wayne (2017) (Adult, Fantasy, Romance)
— Leeta (main character, pansexual)

Millenium series by Stieg Larsson and David Lagercrantz (2005-2019) (Adult, Mystery)
— Lisbeth (main character, pansexual)

Out of Uniform series by Annabeth Albert (2018) (Adult, Romance)
— Mark (main character, panromantic, demisexual/grey-asexual)

The Panopticon by Jenni Fagan (2012) (Young Adult)
— Anais (pansexual)

Pretty Little Liars series by Sara Shepard (2006-2014) (Contemporary, Mystery, Young Adult)
— Emily (main character, pansexual)

Prosperity by Alexis Hall (2014) (Fantasy, Steampunk)
— Piccadilly (main character, pansexual)

Restricted by A.C. Thomas (2020) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Orin (main character, pansexual)

Rogues of the Republic series by Patrick Weekes (2012-2015) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Ululenia (side character, pansexual)

Sadie by Courtney Summers (2018) (Mystery, Young Adult)
— Sadie (main character, pansexual, stutter)

Shades of Magic series by V.E. Schwab (2015-2017) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Lila (main character, pansexual)

Shieldrunner Pirates series by R.E. Stearns (2017-2020) (Adult, Science Fiction)
— Iridian (main character, pansexual)

A Storm of Swords by George R.R. Martin (2000) (Adult, Fantasy)
— Oberyn Martell (side character, pansexual)

The Twelve-Fingered Boy series by John Hornot Jacobs (2013-2015) (Fantasy, Young Adult)
— Shreve (main character, pansexual)

We Are the Ants by Shaun David Hutchinson (2016) (Young Adult, Science Fiction)
— Diego Vega (love interest, pansexual, Latinx)

Wilde Investigations series by Laura Laasko (2018-2020) (Adult, Fantasy, Mystery)
— Yannia (main character, pansexual)

Wriggle & Sparkle by Megan Derr (2016) (Adult, Fantasy, Paranormal)
— Anderson (love interest, pansexual)