Entertainment Kristen Stewart Says She Felt Pressure To ‘Put A Label’ On Her Sexuality Before Coming Out

16:30  27 november  2020
16:30  27 november  2020 Source:   etcanada.com

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Kristen Stewart felt ' pressure ' to label her sexuality before coming out as she And Kristen Stewart spoke about her own experience with her sexuality in a new interview with the The actress, whose next project is playing Princess Diana, felt pressure to ' put a label on it' and define what she

Kristen Stewart pretty much broke the internet when she announced she was “like so gay, dude” during her Saturday Night Live monologue in 2017. But in a new interview with the Associated Press , Stewart revealed that she felt a ton of pressure to label herself at the time—which is a pressure

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Stewart, who famously dated "Twilight" co-star Robert Pattinson before she had relationships with the likes of Alicia Cargile and model Stella Maxwell, told “Saturday Night Live” viewers she was "so gay" in 2017 while calling out Donald Trump and his tweets aimed at her and Pattinson.

The actress' latest movie, a festive lesbian rom-com, is about a woman who takes her girlfriend home for the holidays but is afraid to come out.

Stewart said of understanding her own sexuality, “Growing up, trying to figure out whether it’s going to be OK is an experience I can definitely relate to."

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Kristen Stewart is opening up about struggling to define her sexuality as she rose to fame with Twilight. The J.T. LeRoy actress, 29, said in an interview with the Associated Press on Tuesday that she once felt a “huge responsibility” to place a label on her sexuality . “I felt this huge responsibility

Bisexual queen Kristen Stewart revealed to Associated Press that she felt pressured to label her sexuality before it became public. “I felt this huge responsibility, like one that I was really genuinely worried about, if I wasn’t able to say one way or the other, then was I sort of like forsaking a side

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She shared of her decision to publicly reference her own sexuality: "When I was 22, I grew into understanding myself in a more ambiguous way," adding she felt pressure to “put a label on it," telling the paper: "I was like, 'That doesn't really work for me.'"

Stewart went on to say of being a role model, “It’s not a proactive thing I do,” however said of when fans tell her her openness helped them come out, “Nothing makes me happier. But I’m not trying to push this stuff.”

The star said she knows that being gay isn’t easy, telling the publication, “living in a world where holding the hand of the person you love can make you or others uncomfortable."

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Kristen Stewart sat down for an honest interview with InStyle about her past, specifically the pressure she faced when she was first romantically linked with another woman. The "Twilight" actress was promoting her upcoming movie "Happiest Season" -- a film about a lesbian couple, where one of the

Kristen Stewart openly said she was gay while discussing a past issue regarding both her ex, Robert Pattinson, and Donald Trump. While many had whispered about Stewart ’s sexuality for years, Stewart never wanted to put a label on it. She didn’t necessarily hide it, but it wasn’t an open fact

She explained that she'd just got back from a small road trip, saying: “I entered some, like, Trumpian territory, and I felt scared. I have experience of trying to shape what my experience looks like for others, for it to be digestible and not threatening.”

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Stewart is now thrilled to see a mainstream Christmas movie with a gay couple at its centre.

“I think it’s something that we’ll look back on and wonder why it hadn’t been reflected in our art a little earlier,” she said. “Because obviously we have acknowledged queer existence in an open, cultural way… but do we see it in commercial film? No.”

“Little kids need to see Christmas movies where they might see themselves reflected in a broader sense,” Stewart went on. “Let’s not marginalize the marginalized in art. Let’s allow there to be a lightness and a sort of ease and pleasure. There’s a delight to the movie that I think is really imperative to get across in this context.”

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