In an interview with In Style magazine, Kristen Stewart said more about his homosexuality and coming out. The actress will soon be featured in Happiest Season, which directly reflects her story.
At the end of 2020, “Happiest Season” will tell the story of a young woman who decides to take her friend to her family for Christmas if she has not come out yet. The main role of this romantic comedy is played by Kristen Stewart, who has found a certain resemblance to her story in the film.
During an interview for In Style magazine, the actress shared her own experience of getting out: “The first time I went out with a girl, I was immediately asked if I was a lesbian. And I said, ‘My God “I’m only 21 years old.” I immediately felt that there was something that hurt the people I was with. Not because I was ashamed to be openly gay, but because I didn’t feel that way C. It was like theft. It was a time in my life when I felt trapped. “” Even in my previous relationships, if we did something, we would do our best not to be photographed would – things that would not be ours if that happened. So I think the pressure to represent a group of people, the queers to represent, I didn’t understand that at the time. Now I can, “she continues. The young woman, who now feels very comfortable with her sexuality, sums up:” In retrospect, I can tell you about my experiences with this story. A while ago I would have said, ‘I’m fine. My parents are fine. Everything is fine with that. ‘It’s bullshit, it’s been tough, it’s weird. (Belga / Belga)