Panic! at the Disco singer and a long-time LGBT advocate and charity worker revealed that he is attracted to all people, regardless of the way they identify. “Yeah, I guess you could qualify me as pansexual because I really don’t care,” the singer told Paper Magazine. Yes, he is married to a woman and loves her more than anything, but her female anatomy and identity were not the key factors that made Urie fall in love with her — it is something deep within the soul, some energy, some inner light. “If a person is great, then a person is great. I just like good people, if your heart’s in the right place,” Urie added, and when the journalist asked whether there were any men among these good people who won Urie’s heart, he responded that obviously yes. “My first bar was a gay bar, I got in underage technically. Ryan [Ross, who was in the band for five years] was 18 and I was 17 I think. We played a show somewhere in Texas. These two girls invited us out and she knew the bouncer so we just got in. I remember just being hit on all night and it was awesome. I was getting drinks all night,” he remembered, adding that at first when gay men came up to him, he said he was not interested in it, but they made him change his mind and now he understands that love is love and gender does not define it.