LGBT Community Rights: Kristen Stewart All In Support
Kristen Stewart, the “Twilight” series star, who was previously in news for having an affair with her personal assistant Alicia Cargile and secretly marrying her, is once again in news for opening up about LGBT rights. Read on for more details.
Recently, Stewart spoke on Kim Davis, a Kentucky based clerk who was placed behind the bars for opposing same-sex couples’ marriage by going against the court orders. “Oh my god… did you see her come out of jail? Honestly, it makes me so deeply uncomfortable. I feel really bad for her,” said the actress while talking to the Daily Beast.
The star used the word “Crazy” for those who are against LGBT right to love/marry. Stewart further said, “Anyone who’s so closed off to things that are so apparent? Imagine what else she’s missing out on in life, I’m not making any grand statements about her personally, but if something so glaringly obvious… it’s like, ‘Oh, buddy, that must suck’, that fear of the unknown cripples people, breeds hate, and it’s just very sad.”
The 25-year-old actress has recently secured No. 1 position in Glamour’s annual list of the Best Dressed Woman of the Year. She left behind many well known faces like her ex-flame and “Twilight” saga co-star’s Robert Pattinson’s current girlfriend FKA Twigs, Emma Watson, Jennifer Lawrence etc.
The talented actress who garnered appreciation for her roles in the movies like “Speak” (2004), “Zathura” (2005), “Into The Wild” (2007), “Adventureland” (2009), “The Runaways” (2010), “Snow White and the Huntsman” (2012), “On the Road” (2012), “Camp X-Ray” (2014), “Still Alice” (2014) etc, and is currently working on projects like “Equals,” “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk,” “Untitled Kelly Reichardt Project,” and “Untitled Woody Allen film.”
The actress, who is famous for her smokey eye make-up, showed full support for the LGBT community and accepted her liking for women and men, both. She believes in the right of free living and equal treatment to all. Taking her example, people should also start treating each and every community equally.
Photo Source: Facebook/Kristen Stewart