Many celebrities have been outspoken about being attracted to more than one gender — keep scrolling to see which ones identify as bisexual. For me, it's quite the opposite. Stewart also spoke to the complexity that comes with having her sexuality in the spotlight.
Drew Blythe Barrymore born February 22,  is an American actress, producer, director, author, model, and entrepreneur. She is a member of the Barrymore family of actors, and the granddaughter of John Barrymore. She achieved fame as a child actress with her role in E.
Drew Barrymore is keeping us guessing about her second baby's gender, thanks to a new stylish manicure. The pregnant actress shared a cute snapshot of her blue and pink nails on Thursday, Dec. The Flower Cosmetics creator's left hand features four nails with blue designed with white dots, while her ring finger is a solid blue.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali explains how she coped with the murder of Theo Van Gogh after collaborating on a film together which criticised the role of women in the Muslim faith. Drew Barrymore discusses overcoming adolescent drug abuse and working with Hugh Grant on her film Music and Lyrics. She recalls writing a sympathetic letter to Grant after his 90s scandal before ever working together.
Love is complicated enough without the added intricacy of sexual identity. Sexuality is fluid, and really, you love who you love. These stars, whether publicly or privately, have all at least dabbled in a same-sex relationship at some point, even though some of these celebs are nothing short of heartthrobs to the opposite sex.
Just take it from these celebrities who are bisexual—or who've spoken out about the fact that they're attracted to both men and women. Bisexual isn't the only name for that, btw—some prefer the more all-encompassing term pansexual to describe how they feel, or something entirely different. From Drew Barrymore to Halsey, these celebs have all opened up about their sexuality for all to hear.
Apparently we were the only people who were too busy flunking Pre-calculus in to realize that the term "starfucking," when applied to what Jane Pratt was doing with Drew Barrymore, actually meant "fucking. Which is why we are glad that the business editor of the New York Post is now edited by an alum of Star — he knows readers need reminding of these things. Haha, we made that up — sex was so wrapped-up and wholesome in the nineties Remember having to explain to your parents how Bill Clinton wasn't actually lying about a BJ not equating to "sex"? And then getting grounded despite actually living overseas?
This is a beta version of NNDB. She was already a veteran performer, having appeared in numerous TV commercials, and two years later she played Henry Thomas 's pigtailed kid sister in E. At the end of E.
The girls want to drive to San Diego, however, they never get there. The stereotypes mentioned are, however, modified by the director who adds another dimension to the problem. The female protagonists shown are more than only pure reflection of the believed female stereotypes, they are more complex.