Wayne Brady comes out as Pansexual: 'now I can just breathe'

Wayne Brady comes out as Pansexual: 'now I can just breathe'
Now that Wayne Brady has come out as pansexual, he is giddy with excitement about his "freedom" as a bisexual Black man in Hollywood.

Brady, 51, stated to Entertainment Tonight that he is capable of loving any person, regardless of the medium.

The "Let's Make a Deal" host, who revealed his pansexuality to People last month, is prepared to find a mate.

Brady told ET's Nischelle Turner, "It would be difficult for me to really put myself 100 percent into a relationship when there's this nagging doubt that I have not explored that piece of myself." "Or even expressed support for having that choice."

It does not imply that it will ever show up in a relationship with a man or with this individual, he went on. I'm not sure, but at least being able to say that makes sure that, should I enter a relationship, the other person will know everything about me.

The comedian claimed that not having to duck and hide when out at gatherings with a partner who is not a biological woman is the nicest thing about openly embracing his sexuality.

"I need not be concerned. He remarked, "I could appear on a red carpet." I'm not trying to avoid anyone; I could spend all my time at Denny's since that's my freedom.

"I'm not hiding anything now, so I can approach you in a way that I never have," Brady continued.

Brady continued, mentioning his attraction to guys, adding, "I'm not saying that I'm going to date someone else. I'm trying to suggest that there's a good chance I'm drawn to the man because of who he is. I can't help but be drawn to this stunning woman because of who she is. On the other hand, that someone might be a non-binary and realize they have feelings for you. This trans person is attractive to me.

Brady is eager to have sex with TQIA+ members, but it looks like he will go cautiously when it comes to dating.

"To not be in a relationship right now and to do something for someone else is to just breathe," he stated. It's the finest thing he could do for himself. "I have certain things I'd like to do. Right now, all I want to do is work. I want to keep going to therapy so that my goal will be to be the best version of myself when the time comes for me to pursue—or be pursued by—whoever that may be.
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