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Famous Celebrities Who Are Proudly Bisexual

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Bisexuality is just one sexual identity that falls under the LGBTQ+ umbrella – and there are some pretty cool, outspoken, and proud celebrities out there who identify as bisexual, too. So what does it mean to be bisexual? Being bisexual means that you’re attracted to people of two or more genders, which might include cis men and women, trans men and women, genderfluid and non-binary people. So, check out these celebrities who either identify as bisexual or have spoken about the sexuality spectrum and where they fall on that.

Janelle Monáe

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The singer told Rolling Stone in April that, while she initially identified as bisexual, she later read about pansexuality and thought, “Oh, these are things that I identify with too.”

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The 32-year-old added that being more open about learning who she is helped her to come out. “I consider myself to be a free-ass mother…….,” Janelle said

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Somizi Mhlongo

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Somizi Mhlongo is one of the top-notch choreographer in South Africa and a father of one. Somganga is also one of the boldest celebrities to declare his sexuality at a time when homophobia was at an all-time high. As an openly gay actor, he has weathered the test of time. Most people associate him with a unique fashion style because of his profession as a social worker and choreographer. He is also well-known for being a major LGBTQ artist. When he became engaged to his beloved Mohale Motaung in 2018, he took the industry by storm. They were the country’s first same-sex couple and made the list of South Africa’s hottest celebrities together.

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Lasizwe Dambuza

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Lasizwe is one of the most accomplished YouTubers in South Africa, this young star first gained popularity from his videos where he imitated how South Africans behave on social media.

Besides his successful career as a YouTuber, Lasizwe also dabbles as a TV presenter, a radio host, an actor, and a comedian.
Lasizwe who is also an openly gay South African celebrity revealed that from a young age he knew he was different as he related more with girls his age than boys.

He came out as gay when he was 15 years old but it was not the greatest day of his life as he lost friends and his mother even refused to talk to him for months.

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Kristen Stewart

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Twilight and Happiest Season star Kristen Stewart opened up about her sexuality in an interview with The Guardian in 2017. “You’re not confused if you’re bisexual,” she told the outlet. “It’s not confusing at all. For me, it’s quite the opposite.”

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“I mean, [sexuality is] hard to talk about,” she said. “I don’t want to seem presumptuous, because everyone has their own experience. The whole issue of sexuality is so grey. I’m just trying to acknowledge that fluidity, that greyness, which has always existed.”

Lady Gaga

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From the beginning of her career, pop culture icon Lady Gaga has been vocal about her bisexuality and support of the LGBTQ+ community. In 2009, she told British television host Jonathan Ross that her megahit “Poker Face” was inspired by her often “think[ing] about women” while “having sex with her boyfriend.” However, in 2019, the star touched on bisexual exclusion during a visit to the historic Stonewall bar in New York City. “I may not, to some people, be considered a part of this community, even though I like girls sometimes. I would never degrade the fight you have endured,” she said.

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Megan Fox

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In a 2008 interview with GQ, Megan said she could “see herself in a relationship with a girl.” Fast forward to 2021, when she confirmed her bisexuality with an Instagram post. “Putting the B in #LGBTQIA for over two decades,” she captioned her selfie.

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