Kristen Stewart is In the styleThe November cover girl and actress gave the outlet a frank and rare interview about her journey out dating as queer and becoming more comfortable discussing and publicly demonstrating her romantic relationships. Stewart spoke of her past reluctance to be photographed with her partners in her late teens and early twenties, explaining why she had become more comfortable with public attention to her love life. (Stewart is currently dating screenwriter Dylan Meyer; in her teens and early twenties she dated Michael Angarano (2005-2009), Robert Pattinson (2009-2013), Alicia Cargile (2015-2016) and Soko (2015-2016).)
Clea Duvall, director of Stewart’s next film Happiest season, interviewed her for the magazine and asked her if Stewart’s own experiences had drawn her to the project. For the context, like In the style he said, “the movie is about a woman named Harper, played by Mackenzie Davis, who has yet to come out to his family but brings his girlfriend, Abby, played by Stewart, home for Christmas. . “
Stewart replied, “Yeah. The first time I dated a girl I was immediately asked if I was a lesbian. And it’s like, ‘God, I’m 21. “I felt like maybe there were things that hurt the people I was with. Not because I was ashamed of being openly gay but because I didn’t like myself. giving it to the public, in a way. It was like stealing. It was a time I was a little suspicious. Even in my previous relationships, which were heterosexual, we did everything we could not to being photographed doing things – things that wouldn’t become ours. group of people, representing queerness, that wasn’t something I understood back then. Only now can I do it See. In retrospect, I can tell you that I have experience with this story. But at the time, I would have said, “No, I” I’m fine. My parents are okay with that. Everything It’s okay. It’s bullshit. It’s been hard. It’s been weird. It’s like that for everyone. “
She also asked if she thought she was waiting to be a spokesperson for the LGBTQA + community.
“I did more when I was younger, when I was harassed to label myself,” Stewart frankly admitted. “I had no hesitation in showing who I was. I went out everyday knowing that I would be photographed while I was affectionate with my girlfriend, but I didn’t want to talk about it. I felt tremendous pressure, but it wasn’t forced on me by the [LGBTQ+] community. People would see these pictures, read these articles and say, “Oh, well, I need to be shown. I was a child and I felt personally offended. Now I’m savoring it. I like the idea that everything I do with ease rubs off on someone who is struggling. This shit is dope! When I see a little kid feeling clearly in a way that he wouldn’t have when I was older, it blows me up. “
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