“Pitch Perfect” actress Rebel Wilson her new girlfriend, Ramona Aguma takes a selfie on Instagram of . “I thought I was looking for a Disney Prince,” Wilson began in her caption. “But maybe what I really needed at the moment was a Disney Princess.”
The actress added the hashtag “#loveislove” and a rainbow and heart emoji.
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In June 2022, “King Richard” star Anjaneu Ellis reflected on her sexuality, saying that being bisexual was never a secret, it was simply “nobody asked.” It “Lovecraft Country” actress, who told Variety that no one asked about her personal life when she had rhinestones reading “queer” on her outfit for the Essence Black Women at the Hollywood Awards. outlined the sleeve.
called it ‘Queen. probably ‘ One of the members saw, but no one else saw.”
She also said that her sexuality was too late for Academy Awards season. “My job was to talk about the Williams family ‘King Richard,’ these wonderful young women I worked with, the incredible work of Will Smith on that film,” Ellis said. “I wasn’t going to be like, ‘And by the way, if you haven’t heard yet…’ because it’s artificial.”
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“Aquaman” actress Amber Heard identified as bisexual and recalled her experience facing her family in the South by a Southwest panel in 2019.
“They didn’t know how to process it because we didn’t build the infrastructure for acceptance and tolerance,” she said. “For them, it was being thrown into a binary system of processing: negative or positive.”
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“I just don’t see myself as a woman,” Mona said on her “RTT” appearance. “I feel all my energy. I feel that God is much bigger than ‘he’ or ‘she.’ If I am from God, I am everything. I am everything, but I will always stand by women . I will always stand with black women. But just everything I see is beyond binary.”
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Comedian and actor Jerrod Carmichael came out as gay in his HBO comedy special “Jerrod Carmichael: Rothaniel”. Carmichael told viewers during the special that he “never thought [he] would come out.”
Carmichael said, “At many points in my life, I thought I’d rather die facing the truth than actually tell people.” “Because I know it changes some people’s perception of me; I can’t control it.”
Carmichael also said that he “stayed in the closet for a long time” because of his mother, whom he describes as a “God-fearing” Christian woman. “But as much as she believes in God, I believe in personal growth and feeling free. I feel free,” he said.
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Actor Cody Allen, who in a People interview in 2017, opened up about his coming-of-age process with the release of his memoir, “Here’s the Thing.” One of the main obstacles to Allen’s self-acceptance was the conflict between her Mormon faith and LGBTQ identity.
“I think when you get religious, as I did, there’s a way you’ve been taught right, wrong — everything is black and white, one way or another,” Allen said in a November 2021 interview. I told people. “And the truth is, especially when it comes to sexuality, there are a lot of colors, and understanding that, as I did later in my life, really helped me because I understood that we clearly are different.”
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“Tick, tick… boom!” And the progress “Love, Simon” star Alexandra Shipp has made in adopting her LGBTQ identity with Instagram in June in Los Angeles in November 2021 with “Tick, Tick…boom!” During the premiere, Shipp told People that she is eager to speak publicly about her sexuality in the hopes of helping others.
“I don’t think I would have been able to do this five years ago,” Shipp said. “And now, to be able, to be honest about it, to be able to be more open and to inspire other people to be themselves, that’s just a gift.”
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“Harold & Kumar” star Kal Penn opens up about his sexuality in his memoir, “You Can’t Be Serious,” revealing he’s engaged to his partner of 11 years.
In his book, Penn recounts the story of when he and his fiancé, Josh, first met, when Penn was living in Washington, D.C., during his two-year term with the Obama administration. Penn said he is now open to more details about their relationship because his partner and family are “quite quiet. They don’t like attention and stay away from the spotlight.”
Penn told People, “I’ve always been very public with everyone I’ve interacted with in person. Whether it’s someone I meet at the bar, if Josh and I are out or we’re out talking to friends. are.” “I’m really excited for my relationship with readers.”
Penn also said that he “discovered his sexuality relatively late in life compared to other people.”
“There’s no timeline on this stuff,” he said. “People find themselves out (abusive) at different times in their lives, so I’m glad I did when I did.”
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Cassandra Peterson, best known for her “Mistress of the Dark” persona Elvira, revealed that she had been with a woman for nearly two decades in her memoir “Your Cruelly, Elvira: Memoirs of the Mistress of the Dark”.that she kept the relationship a secret to maintain Elvira’s image. The Advocate in September
saidWill be angry too, but I have to live with myself, and at this point in my life, I have to be truthful about who I am,” Peterson said.
Actress Mae Whitman, best known for roles in “Arrested Development” and “Parents,” revealed that she identifies as pansexual and is “proud + happy” to be part of the LGBTQ+ community.
“Being pansexual myself, I wish I had incredible characters like Amity and Luz in my life when I was growing up,” she said on August 6, referring to the characters in her latest project, Disney’s “The Owl House.” (Whitman voices Amity Blight.)
A person who pansexual can be attracted to all different types of people, regardless of gender identity. “It’s the word that suits me best,” Whitman says.
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Are gay in an interview with The Sunday Times‘ Style magazine
“I like that word (queer) because of its openness, because I think all those boundaries are pretty rigid… I’ve always been quite about my personal life.” I’ve been private, consciously, and I want to keep that going, so I don’t feel the need to be clear. At the same time I feel the need to admit that I’m not straightforward.”
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“13 Reasons Why” star Tommy Dorfman opened up about being a trans woman in a July 2021 Time magazine interview.
“Coming out has always been seen as this gorgeous performance, but I was never out. In: I’m a trans woman. My pronouns are she. My name is Tommy,” she said.
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Demi Lovato came out as Binary and changed her pronouns for him in a heartfelt video post in May 2021.
“I think it best represents the fluidity I feel in my gender expression and allows me to feel most authentic and true to that person. Both know that I am and am still looking for.” ”, said the singer.
Lovato previously talked about gender fluidity. “I’m very fluid, and I think love is love,” she said in a 2018 interview with InStyle. “You can find it in any gender. I love the freedom of being able to flirt with whomever I want.”
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Bloom de What Pride Month means for her in a May interview with USA Today: “It’s a moment to be really black, be queer, trans, be Asian, so I’m honestly going to celebrate every single day that I’ve been allowed to live those moments.”
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Grammy-nominated singer Bebe Rexha opened up about her sexual fluidity in May 2021. “Gay Times” , the pop singer said that sexuality is “a measure”.
“It’s so hard because everyone wants to put people in boxes and I don’t like boxes,” she said.
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Former “Bachelor” star Colton Underwood came out as gay in April 2021 . The former NFL player talked about his sexuality in an interview with “Good Morning America” anchor Robin Roberts.
Underwood said, “It’s definitely been a journey. I’m emotional in such a good, happy, positive way. I’m the happiest and healthiest I’ve ever been in my life and that means the world to me.”
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Online superstar Jojo Siwa came out as a member of the LGBTQ community in January 2021, saying “I always believed that my person was going to be my person. If that person was a boy, great. If that person happened to be a girl, great.” ” She said: “I’m the happiest I’ve ever been, and that’s what matters.”
In April 2021, she opened up about her sexuality. “I like queer,” Siwa told People magazine. “Technically I’d say I’m pansexual because that’s how I’ve always been my whole life. … my human is my human.”
Ronen Rubinstein, who plays an openly gay paramedic in the Fox procedural drama “9-1-1: Lone Star,” came out as bisexual on April 7, 2021. “I completely identify as bisexual,” Rubinstein told Variety. “I literally just got goosebumps saying it. It’s great to talk about, it’s great to finally be comfortable with it.”
Said Rubinstein, co-creator of “9-1-1: Lone StarHer onscreen relationship with artist Rafael Silva paved the way for her to embrace her sexuality: “Fans, especially fans of the Tarlos, it’s one of the biggest reasons I finally realized. Safe and comfortable to talk about it and to finally embrace it and be happy about it.”
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Elliot Page, the Academy Award-nominated star of “Juno,” came out as transgender in December 2020
. “Hi guys I wish with you I am trans, my pronouns are he/she and my name is Elliot,” he wrote. Feather. “I feel lucky to be writing this. To be here. To be at this place in my life.” He continued: “I feel immense gratitude for the incredible people who have supported me on this journey… I love that I’m trans. And I love that I’m queer.”
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