Elle Magazine has about a million different cover subjects for their November “Women In Hollywood” issue. Every year, the different cover subjects multiply! And Kristen Stewart is one of those cover subjects. I actually like her cover the best, maybe? You can see the whole Elle “Women In Hollywood” package here. Elle’s only released one quote from Kristen:
Kristen on her love life: “I’m not ashamed, and I’m not confused. Things have changed. And not just with me—we’re really allowed to encourage this new acceptance to develop and be awesome.”
As I’ve said before, I like that Kristen is all “Google me, I’m not hiding” about her sexuality. I like the way she’s been verbally and visually framing her relationships with women, and I do think she’s done great work in destigmatizing the reality of bisexuality to a larger audience. Now, all that being said, I still think the way she jumps from relationship to relationship is kind of shady, and I feel sorry for Alicia Cargile because I think Kristen just uses Alicia as the placeholder girlfriend in between bigger, crazier relationships.
Incidentally, Us Weekly and other outlets are now confirming that K-Stew and St. Vincent are loved up. They’ve apparently been inseparable during Kristen’s time in New York. Now I really do feel sorry for Alicia Cargile.
What else? Kristen did a Q&A session at the New York Film Festival where she revealed that she’s just as much of a stalker as everybody else:
“Much cooler, productive rad things could be happening. I know I sound ridiculous and really obvious; everyone says this, and I sound like an older person, but we could be doing way cooler s***. It’s so time-consuming…We stalk each other. I stalk people, I get stalked, we all get stalked.”
I think she’s talking about social media and the nature of our celebrity-obsessed culture. And she’s not wrong.
Photos courtesy of Fame/Flynet and Elle Magazine.