In response to questions about her sexual orientation, Kristen Stewart recently stated that her acting career was influenced by her coming out.
Speaking with Variety, Kristin talked about coming out as LGBT on Saturday Night Live in February 2017.
The actress made an effort to get more at ease with the media documenting her relationship with a woman at the time before going on Saturday Night Live.
“I wasn’t even hiding,” the thirty-one-year-old remarked.
“I was so openly out with my girlfriend for years at that point,” the Twilight actress said. I think to myself, “I’m a fairly knowable person.”
While still a young woman figuring out her love relationships, Kristin talked about how curiosity impacted her early years.
“For so long, I was like, ‘Why are you trying to skewer me? What makes you want to destroy my life? I’m a child, and I don’t really know who I am yet,” she said.
“The idea of people going, ‘I knew that you were a little queer kid forever,'” said Kristin. I think, “Oh, yeah.” You really ought to have seen me with my first boyfriend, though.
It was interesting to frame it in a humorous framework since it could communicate everything without requiring the Happiest Season star to sit down and conduct an interview, the star said in reflection on the experience during the late-night program.
Kristin discussed the influence of her sexual orientation on her acting career in other sections of the conversation.
“My identity is shaped by a multitude of experiences that are not binary in the slightest,” she said.
But Kristin said, “I did become proficient in the heteronormative quality. I’m good at that role. It’s not phony; it originates from a fairly real place.