Celebrities who are open about their sexuality

Everything I learned about the sexuality of these celebrities was against my will.


Shared by everyone: Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox

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They have shared that they drink each other’s blood “for ritual purposes only”, and that Meghan’s engagement ring has “bands of thorns” and is fitted with sharp spikes, meaning that when Meghan tries to remove the ring, the thorns dig into her finger and cause pain. Meghan recently told Glamour, “It’s so weird to be judged, like, ‘What if you’re in a BDSM relationship?'” “And I’m like, yeah – is that OK with you? Because that’s what I want. I shouldn’t be shunned by feminism, because that’s something I prefer for myself. I feel sexual power this way, by experiencing it that way.”


Privacy Prefers: Harry Styles

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Harry recently explained that during his time at One Direction, he had a “cleanliness clause” in his contract, which meant that if he got out of the line in the company’s eyes, his career would effectively be over. He also shared why he doesn’t talk about his sexuality in public, “For a long time, I felt like the only thing I had was my sexuality. I was so ashamed about it, I’m ashamed of the idea that people knew I was having sex, let alone who. I was open Really with my friends, but that’s my personal experience; it’s my experience.”

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Shared by everything: Rihanna

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In a 2011 interview with Rolling Stone, she said, “I like being in charge, but I like being submissive. Being submissive in the bedroom is really fun. You have to be a little lady, and have someone be macho and in charge of the bullshit. That’s Sexy to me I work out a lot and I have to make a lot of executive decisions so when it comes to intimacy I like to feel like someone’s girl I like to be spanked Being tied up is fun I like to keep it spontaneous sometimes , whips and chains can be planned excessively–you must stop, and get the whip out of the stairs downstairs…I’d rather make him use his hands.”

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Prefer privacy: Billie Eilish

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In an interview with Elle, Bailey shared that because of her growing popularity, she’s taken on a lot of scrutiny for what she’s wearing, and who she’s dating, “or [her] sex. “She kept calling out the double standards between male and female celebrities, ‘Like, oh yeah, that’s everyone’s business, right?'” No, where is this energy with men? “

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Sharing everything: Chrissy Teigen

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Chrissy told Cosmopolitan that she and her husband, John Legend, are, in fact, members of the Mile High Club. She said, “We were on our way to Thailand to see my parents, flying commercial first class. We were under cover. We weren’t even into one of these things. I feel like we should get a cup for it. We’re not terrible in any way, but let’s just say We’re open about things. We’re very fine with the PDA. When we go to a restaurant, he likes when I’m on a dress, so he can do some rubbing on my thighs. I’d like to see more husbands and wives having sex!”

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Prefer privacy: Lili Reinhart

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Back in 2020, when Lily’s quotes about her depression were taken out of context, she said to explain Exactly why she rarely talks about her relationships in public: “I would never, ever talk openly about something as personal as a breakup. This is incredibly private.”

Quotes from my last interview are not about “breaking up”. They are about the depression I’ve been feeling over the past few months. I’m sick of people taking my words out of context and putting their story together for clickbait.

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Shared by: Nico Tortorella and Bethany Myers

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Both are defined as polygamous and have an open marriage. Bethany explained, “When we decided to get married, part of that was having the legal bond [a] Family, knowing that we will be family with each other. In 2021, Niko told Call her father Podcast stating that they are currently only having sex with each other, and only having sex to get pregnant. “I’m in this place now with sex where I think it’s stupid. I love sex, don’t get me wrong; it’s a beautiful thing, it’s an extension of love. But from a physical point of view, this idea of ​​just, like, a quick fix — it’s like getting high. It’s like Get off. I’m just living in a different chakra higher up, so to speak, now.”

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Prefer privacy: Taika Waititi

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Last summer, after pictures of Taika, Rita Ora and Tessa Thompson kissing surfaced and nearly broke the internet, Taika was asked about the meeting. He simply said, “I think in the online world, everything goes away very quickly. And also, ‘Is this a big deal?’ No it really isn’t. I didn’t do anything wrong. It’s okay.”

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Shared by: Will Smith

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In his memoirs, Will shared memories from the early days of dating his now wife Jada: “We drank every day, and had sex several times each day, for four months straight. I began to wonder if this was a competition. Either way, as far as I was concerned, there was Only two possibilities: (1) I was going to sexually satisfy this woman, or (2) I was going to die trying.”

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Prefer privacy: Kerry Washington

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In an interview with Ebony, she explained why she wanted to keep her love life away from the tabloids: “At a certain point, I realized that living my relationship in the public eye was no longer useful to me, and I just stopped. I share a lot in my work and lifestyle as well as my professional friendships. But I don’t share things that pertain to my personal life.”

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Sharing everything: Dolly Parton

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Dolly explained that she and her husband Carl Thomas Dean have an open relationship: “If we cheat, we don’t, so if we cheat, it’s very good for both of us. I don’t want to know, if he’s cheating on me. If I’m cheating on him, he won’t want to know.” And if we do that, if that’s what makes it work, that’s okay too.”


Prefer privacy: Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn

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In her documentary, Miss Americana, Taylor shared, “We decided together that we wanted our relationship to be special. I was happy. But I wasn’t happy with the way I trained to be happy. It was happiness without anyone else contributing. We were just happy.” And in a recent interview with Elle, Joe explained why this privacy is maintained: “We live in an increasingly intrusive culture… the more you give — and frankly, even if you don’t give it — something will be taken.”

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Shared by: Lady Gaga

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In an interview with Grazia, she said, “I didn’t lose my virginity until I was 17. But I have to say even then I wasn’t ready, and it was a very horrible experience. It wasn’t good at all.” She went on to explain what her sex life was like throughout puberty, “I’ve never had safe sex; I’ve always asked a man to be tested and to use protection, which has always been my rule. Otherwise, you’re playing Russian roulette. I never enjoyed sex until two years ago. I It was an occasional one-on-one relationship in which I felt free enough to trust and had enough self-love.”


Prefer privacy: Ashton Kutcher

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While reminiscing about his marriage to Mila Kunis in 2013, he shared, “You know, I’ve learned the hard way how important privacy is. And I’ve learned that there are a lot of things in your life that really benefit from being private. And relationships are one of them. And I’m going to do everything in my power to make that relationship Especially. “

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Shared by: Jane Fonda

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employment The Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet, Jane shared how her sexuality changed as she got older. “While I am very flexible and can kneel, [sex is] It wasn’t as comfortable for me as it was before I had a fake knee. [I prefer to be] Either you’re lying down or sitting on the couch with him coming to me, no pun intended.”

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Prefer privacy: Kendall Jenner

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In 2017, she told Harper’s Bazaar, “I don’t marry anyone; I’m not engaged. There’s nothing so long-lasting or serious in my life. If I’m not fully co-operative with someone, why would I make it available to everyone?” If I didn’t even know what it was, so why would I tell the world? I think it’s a sacred thing.” She added, “It’s something between two people, and no one else’s opinion needs to be shared in. People want to start the drama. If I had a boyfriend, people would say all of these. Things that are likely to make us part. I do my business. I enjoy. I am young.”

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Shared by: Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott

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on the religion podcast father problems, Tori revealed that in bed she is “a very aggressive and competitive bottom.” She also spoke about a time when she “wowed” her husband, calling him “the sexiest thing ever.” As he joked, “It could become a ‘choking hazard’,” as a way of explaining why Tori doesn’t do it often.

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Prefer privacy: Vincent Kartheiser

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In 2014, he told Vulture why he keeps his relationship with Alexis Bledel to himself: “It’s something I’ve realized about the most important things in my life. If you share them with the world and open that door to their angry rage they need to get out of or their adoration they want to flaunt, it lessens that.” It cheapens it; it weakens it. And it’s magical, love, and all of this…deeply spiritual, and it just doesn’t feel right.”

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Finally, we shared it all: Robin Thicke

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When asked what he was likely to whisper in his wife Paula Patton’s ear, he said “I can’t wait to get home and love you for two to three hours.” Try to get her into double-digit orgasms as often as possible. It doesn’t happen all the time, but when I get my mojo and my vocals, it does. Every few months, it’s just like Pam – it repeats! I love that you go crazy in the bedroom.”