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The Feud: Bette And Joan star candidly told Pride Source on Tuesday: 'Yeah, I'm open.
My sexual orientation is up for grabs, I guess you could say.''I'm still not! But I think back in the '60s it just was much more open.'Feud stars Susan as Bette Davis and follows the rivalry between her and Joan Crawford, plated Jessica Lange.
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“In early interviews, David Bowie identified as gay, then as bisexual, but he’s been insistently heterosexual for a couple of decades now.
If that’s not an example of fluidity, I don’t know what is," says Stephen, a 40-year-old single bisexual librarian in Buffalo, New York, who prefers a pseudonym for privacy. When you see her married to a man and having babies, you think she’s straight, but she’s on the record as being bi.
“At the end of the day, we don't just embrace labels for other people — we use them to tell ourselves the story of our identity, and that can be an incredibly powerful thing.” Society’s deeply ingrained homophobia still leads far more women than men to identify as being sexually fluid, says Dr. “Homophobia is far too strong a force for men to accept pleasure from another man,” he says. If you are a man who has sex with men and choose the identity of ‘hetero,’ then you are hetero.” Choice and agency are the key words here.
“Personally, I think we have to accept that for many (but not all) people, sexuality is extremely broad and at least potentially fluid,” says How could you?