Celebrities Who Are Bisexual
While compelling a launch of her “Happy Hippie Foundation”,
that aims to assistance homeless and LGBT youth, Miley Cyrus explained that not all
her attribute have been “straight, heterosexual”, though stopped during that.
Plenty of celebrities who are bisexual reject a tag and
prefer to be some-more decorous about it, while other have always championed bisexuality.
Check out a few of a biggest celebrities from both sides of a fence.
The rapper has always been upfront about her sexual
preference, revelation Rolling Stone repository that she feels a special affection
for her happy fans:
“I mean, I’m bisexual, so it creates sense. But we don’t wish to
be that lady who says all gays indispensably hang out together, of course! we have
people contend to me, ‘Oh wow, my crony is gay, too,’ and I’m like, ‘Yeah, so?’”
Probably a biggest A-lister among celebrities who are
bisexual, Angelina Jolie has commented on a emanate copiousness of times. “If we fell
in adore with a lady tomorrow, would we feel that it’s fine to wish to lick and
touch her? If we fell in adore with her? Absolutely! Yes!” she told Barbra
Walters. Her many high form attribute with a lady was in a ‘90s, with model
and thespian Jenny Shimizu.
After essay an open minute in that he explained that his
first loyal adore featured unrequited feelings for another man, Frank Ocean has
rejected a bisexual label. “I’ll respectfully contend that life is energetic and
comes along with energetic experiences, and a same view that we have
towards genres of music, we have towards a lot of labels and boxes and shit,”
the thespian told GQ.
One of a many outspoken celebrities who are bisexual,
Megan Fox hasn’t had any open relations with women, though she did explain
that she wouldn’t date another bisexual woman. “I consider people are born
bisexual and afterwards make subconscious choices formed on a pressures of society.
I have no doubt in my mind about being bisexual. But I’m also a hypocrite: I
would never date a lady who was bisexual,” Fox told Esquire.
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Johnny Depp’s mother has also oral out about being bisexual
and has been a outspoken romantic for LGBT rights. “I privately consider that if you
deny something or if we censor something you’re inadvertently revelation it’s
wrong. we don’t feel like I’m wrong. we don’t feel like millions of people are
wrong since they adore who they adore or they were innate how they were born,” she
She’s been married 3 times, to Jeremy Thomas, Tom Green
and Will Kopelman, though Drew Barrymore is also one of a celebrities who are
bisexual. “Do we like women sexually? Yeah, we do. Totally. we have always
considered myself bisexual… we adore a woman’s body. we consider a lady and a
woman together are beautiful, only as a male and a lady together are beautiful,”
Barrymore told Contact magazine.
The Academy Award leader is married to her “True Blood”
co-star Stephen Moyer, though she came out before restraining a knot. “My sexuality is not made
up, for a bisexual, it’s not about gender. That’s not a determining cause to
who they’re captivated to,” Paquin told Us Weekly.
“The Black Eyed Peas” thespian came out as one of a celebrities
who are bisexual in 2009, and was astounded that nobody unequivocally beheld and her
sexuality became large news again four
years later. “The humorous thing is that we was really open and honest about that
from a really beginning, and everybody was behaving like it was some new trend,” the
told The Advocate.
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The “Guardians of a Galaxy” star hasn’t reliable or
denied if she’s ever been with another woman, though it’s really something she
doesn’t order out. “If we arise adult and we wish to be with a woman, I’ll do that
because it is my life, therefore it is my decision,” she explained.
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The “Green Day” frontman was one of a few celebrities who
are bisexual to come out in a ‘90s, revelation The Advocate that “I consider people
are innate bisexual, and it’s only that the relatives and multitude kind of curve us
off into this feeling of ‘Oh, we can’t.’“