Famous Bisexual Actresses and their Contribution to Cinema

Famous Bisexual Actresses and their Contribution to Cinema
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Bisexuality is a sexual orientation that is not often discussed in mainstream media. The only time bisexuality is mentioned when the person in question has come out as gay or lesbian. Though it doesn’t get as much attention, bisexuality does exist globally, and celebrities are often some of the most famous people who identify as bisexual. 

Bisexual people are often erased in the media. They are neither portrayed at all nor as greedy and promiscuous. This biphobia, the fear, and hatred of bisexual people, often inspires people to try a different way to find a partner, leading them to online dating sites. With so many dating sites for bisexual females becoming available, anyone can find love without going out and exposing themselves to people living with homophobia. Interestingly, many celebrities use dating sites as well, and they admit how those sites truly help them explore their sexuality.

Get Inspiration from Famous Bisexual Actresses

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Using online dating sites and spending time in chat rooms can help you explore your sexuality and find your true identity. But, you can also look up to your favorite celebrities for inspiration. You know they’re famous and are often judged for their moves, but if they come forward with what they believe sexually, you should do the same too.

More and more celebrities have come out as bisexual or queer in recent years. They are often the first to be vocal about LGBTQ issues and are role models for other queer individuals. Celebrities like Alexandra Daddario, Amber Rose, and Christina Aguilera have all publicly come out as bisexual or queer in recent years. They are all outspoken about their sexuality and have helped to raise awareness of the LGBTQ community. 

Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie is an Academy Award-winning actress who has starred in over 30 movies. She is also a filmmaker with two highly acclaimed films, In the Land of Blood and Honey and Unbroken. She is also famous for her bisexuality, having been in relationships with men such as Billy Bob Thornton and Brad Pitt and women such as Jennifer Aniston. She never tried to conceal her sexuality and even admitted that she fell for a woman when she was only 20.

Anna Paquin 

Anna Paquin has been in the spotlight for most of her life, and she has not been afraid to be open about her bisexuality. She made headlines in 2005 when she married her then-boyfriend Stephen Moyer, who is 17 years older than her. But in 2014, she married her partner of seven years, actor Stephen Campbell Moore. Anna Paquin is a critically acclaimed actress, best known for her role in the TV show The Piano. She identifies as bisexual and has been an active supporter of LGBTQ rights. While most people know this New Zealand-Canadian film actress for her role in True Blood, she has contributed much more than that, including X-Men and Fly Away Home.

Cara Delevingne 

Delevingne has always openly discussed her bisexuality and is an advocate for the LGBT community. Previously, she labeled herself bisexual and pansexual and dated many women in the industry, including actor Ashley Benson and musician St. Vincent. She is best known for her work in the fashion industry as a model and for her role as Enchantress in the 2016 superhero film Suicide Squad

Evan Rachel Wood

Known for her roles in Westworld, The Wrestler, Across the Universe, and The Ides of March, Evan Rachel Wood is among the most popular actresses today. In 2012, she revealed herself as bisexual in a tweet. Previously married to Jamie Bell, she has always been an activist and working to raise bisexual awareness. She used her mental struggles to inspire bisexuals who may be experiencing the same. 

Jodie Foster 

Jodie Foster is an Academy Award-winning actress and director. In 2013, at the Golden Globe Awards, she came out as bisexual. She was one of 16 lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) advocates contributing to a letter published in Newsweek. The letter responded to the magazine’s decision to re-publish Pope Francis’ controversial remarks about how being gay is a “moral disorder.” She has contributed so much to the cinema with her masterpieces, such as Panic Room, Little Man Tate, Maverick, and of course, The Silence of the Lambs.


Apparently, it feels like the world is becoming a better place to live without suppressing your true sexual identity, at least that’s what you feel, considering how many female celebrities have come out as gay in recent years. If you need some inspiration or even looking for a way to connect with like-minded people, you might want to join an online dating site first. Engage with other people in chat rooms, and you’ll discover how to enjoy your life while exploring your sexuality.

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