No one likes labels.Switch hitters: 36 sexually adventurous stars who have played for both teams. A long time ago in a galaxy not so far away, people usually identified themselves as either gay, straight or bisexual. Labels are so confining, especially when we are talking about who we sleep with. So leave it to millennials to consider sexuality more fluid, which is why the term "pansexual" is becoming more common. Merriam-Webster defines "pansexual" as "of, relating to, or characterized by desire or attraction that is not limited to people of a particular gender identity or orientation," and "not solely homosexual or heterosexual." Although some celebrities identify as 100% straight or gay, a few pioneering pansexuals have a fluid idea about what they find attractive. Did you know that Gavin Rossdale had a gay fling long before he was with Gwen Stefani? Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong says he thinks he's "always been bisexual." Amber Heard, who was married to Johnny Depp, sometimes dates women. True Blood star Anna Paquin describes herself as a "happily married bisexual mother." Kristen Stewart, who was famously involved with Twilight costar Robert Pattinson, now has a serious girlfriend. Then there's Madonna, who we know is game for anything.
Which other celebrities have batted for both teams? You may be surprised. Read on!
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