“A lot of times people want to label something just to make themselves feel comfortable. They wanna call this person gay or this person straight. I have had similar experience with homosexuality, with bisexuality, and that’s something I feel comfortable talking about. It’s not something anyone should have to hide, and that goes along with the message of the song, that it’s important to know who you are, to be able to be proud of that, and have the courage behind your convictions. People can say whatever they want; it doesn’t matter unless you let it affect you. That’s an important lesson I had to learn with the band,” Brendon Urie.
*Yes, I bought the whole album.