In the world of showbiz, there are many who live double lives. Perfect families, beautiful villas and cars, are often just a mask of what lies behind. However, many ladies from the public scene admitted that in addition to their partners, they were also in a relationship with women.
Actress Kristen Stewart, who became famous for her role in the movie saga “Twilight”, admitted that her life completely changed when she decided to start a love affair with a woman.
-When I went out with men, I hid a lot about myself because everything that was too personal was immediately considered trivial, which I don’t like. That changed when I started dating a girl. That relationship changed my outlook on life and made me happier – the actress admitted.
In one recent interview, actress Drew Barrymore admitted that after “discovering” a woman’s body, she experienced a complete turnaround in her life.
-I’ve always considered myself bisexual. I love a woman’s body. I find that two women are just as beautiful as a man and a woman together. Being with a woman is like discovering your own body, but through someone else – the actress said.
Another actress, Cynthia Nixon, star of the series “Sex and the City” shared her experiences in 2012 when it comes to the love life she lived next to her partner.
-I’ve been with men in my life and I’ve never fallen in love with women. However, when that happened, nothing was strange to me. I’m just a woman in love with another woman – Nixon admitted.
Actress Megan Fox, has always been one of those women who spoke about this topic without prejudice. She never hid the fact that she felt a special affection for women, but that she never put herself in a situation where her business obligations were “shaken” by her private life, which she admitted should only be her personal matter.
-I think that people are born bisexual, but that during their lives they make their choices in accordance with the pressures of society. There is no doubt in my head that I am truly bisexual – the actress admitted in an interview for “Esquire” magazine.