We grow, we change, (r) we evolve ... the concepts we knew fall short and the sexual vocabulary grows to incorporate orientations with own definition. However, precisely because each person is the only one who knows what he experiences and feels, There are those who consider that all these new meanings limit us and label us. The actress Sophie Turner It was one of the last 'celebrities' to raise this issue to the fore, assuring that in order to mature it is necessary to experiment, without the need to repress or classify ourselves. There are many voices that advocate this same idea, emphasizing that labels detract from the freedom of people and relationships and impede learning. These 10 celebrities, among many others, are an example when it comes to talking openly about the topic and not closing the door to love (or sex) whatever the genre.Sophie Turner getty images
The actress who gives life to Sansa Stark in the saga 'Game of thrones' recently revealed in an interview with Rolling Stone, that before promising with the singer Joe Jonas I would have thoroughly enjoyed his intimate relationships with men and women. The contender for the Iron Throne in fiction stated that: "To mature you have to experiment a lot. Everyone should do it. I also fall in love with a soul, not a specific gender"He clarified. "In any case, I still do not finish assimilating that I am engaged. I love. And this does not mean that I have achieved a special goal, simply that I have found the place where I want to stay forever, "he concluded. The fact of being deprived of all etiquette and not closing doors to new experiences, helped the interpreter to know that she has found the love of her life.Lady Gaga getty images
In 2009, the well-known singer and composer (actress, dancer and a long list of virtues) said in an interview with Barbara Walters that behind the song 'Poker face' was narrated the story of its attraction to women, with whom I would also have had relations. Because of the commotion that surrounded his statements in January of last year, he ratified his words in the magazine Shangay, where he stated: "That a female artist declares herself openly bisexual implies that, in a certain way, she is breaking a taboo, and it's not something that scares me. As an artist, I believe that I am obliged to exercise as a liberating force. My relationship with the gay community is wonderful and I feel that, for them, I must show myself at all times as a strong and confident woman ".Amber Heard getty images
Just a month ago, during a panel talk 'Making Change On and Off the Screen', within the SXSW festival in Texas, the actress narrated how difficult it was to confess to his parents his bisexuality and his first relationship with a woman, Tasya van Ree, with which he left between 2008 and 2012 before meeting Johnny Depp. However, it is not the only time he has spoken openly of his sexual orientation or rather of eliminating any label and prejudice about it. In 2017, he declared in the magazine Allure: "I think it's important that we resist labels, I do not care how many letters you add to that term (in reference to the LGTBIQ). In the end you need to become: 'We are all human'. "Cara Delevingne getty images
If someone is interested in the love life of the British model and actress, you will find that in her list of conquests there are male and female names, without distinction. Recently he was just coming to the fore her supposed romance with actress Ashley Benson, protagonist of series like 'Pretty Little Liars'. However, in a statement to the magazine Vogue UK during the promotion of 'Suicide Squad', the model revealed: "I am obviously in love. If people want to identify me as gay, great. But we are all liquid, we change, we grow" Bravo, Cara!Megan Fox getty images
"I think people are born bisexual and then make subconscious decisions based on the pressures of society," said actress Megan Fox. "I'm not a lesbian, I just think that all humans are born with the ability to be attracted to both sexes. I mean I could see myself in a relationship with a girl. Olivia is so sexy, "said the protagonist of 'Transformers' in 2008.Bella Thorne getty images
Just three years ago, the well-known actress left the Disney Factory ended his relationship with actor Gregg Sulkin and spoke openly of his bisexuality. Recently, in the magazine 'Gay Time' he explained how his work life has changed since that confession and how it affected his profession. However, in order to give visibility and naturalness to any sexual orientation, Bella said: "It seems that nobody understands. In this world, either you are gay or straight. There is no middle point [...] that point is what prevents people from putting a label on you, and that bothers you a lot, because they can not explain it and they can not understand how it works so they hate it. "Dulceida getty images
Aida Domènech, known worldwide as Dulceida, was a pioneer in the world of 'influencers' when it came to taking a step forward and openly express your bisexuality, remove consciences and give it necessary visibility. She and her wife Alba have become an example that encourages girls to break with clichés and let their emotions flow. In a television interview conducted by Risto Mejide, Dulceida said: "I could never have thought that I would fall in love so much with a woman. I was scared, I was afraid that the brands would reject me for being bisexual but I took a big weight off. "Demi Lovato getty images
During the promotional tour in 2015, the singer attended the program 'Alan Carr: Chatty Man' where the presenter asked if his subject 'Cool for the Summer '(which revolves around a homosexual romance) was based on own experiences. Demi's response was overwhelming. "I'm definitely not confirming and I'm not denying anything, all my songs are based on personal experiences. I do not think there's anything wrong with experimenting, at all."Angelina Jolie getty images
Known for her film career and commitment to the rights of the most disadvantaged, Angelina Jolie also monopolized news and starred in his hectic life sentimental. In declarations for the magazine 'Girlfriend' in 1997, the beautiful actress she confessed having been madly in love with a woman at 20 and that he had even married her had she not been with her husband, at that time, Jonny Lee Miller. In an interview for 'Diva', she emphasized: "I love women and men and I see people as people and love as love, so I think it makes sense for a woman to know that I appreciate her and I love her as much as I would if I were a man. "Madonna getty images
Provocative where they are, an aesthetic and cultural revolution, icon of music, undisputed queen of Pop ... Madonna leaves no one indifferent and never pigeonholes, surprising all and sundry at every step. In his book 'Sex' the diva sat chair: "I think everyone has a bisexual nature, that's my theory, I can be wrong."
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