All These Celebrities Have Talked About Being Bisexual, Sexually Fluid, Pansexual, or Queer
In March 2019, Orange is the New Black's Taylor Schilling told the UK Times this about her sexuality: “I’ve had relationships with men and I’ve had relationships with women. It’s been about the person, not their gender.”
In 2017, she talked to Vogue about her single life: “I’ve been in a phase of my life where I’m fascinated by young women coming to terms with their sexuality. I guess, by proxy, I have been experiencing that in my own life, and it’s very interesting to me.”
"I didn’t realize was how the scene where she finally confessed her truth would leap off the pages of the script and genuinely become a variation of my own. IRL," she wrote about her character Alex Danver in Grey's Anatomy.
The Riverdale actress came out as bisexual while supporting the LGBTQ+ for #BlackLivesMatter protest in West Hollywood, California in 2020.
“My partner is a social media mogul, and when you get with somebody, you have to meet in the middle,” she said of her relationship with Jesseca Dupart. “I was like, ‘Oh s—, I just came out after 20-something years!'”
I kept it low because I was scared of the pain of being accused of performative bandwagon jumping, over something that caused me a lot of confusion, fear and turmoil when I was a kid. I didn’t come from a family with *anyone* openly out," she wrote on Twitter
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