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Wednesday, 20 April 2011 00:08

Evan Rachel Wood Is Bisexual

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Actress Evan Rachel Wood came out as bisexual in the magazine Esquire. Finally !

It is the first time that Evan Rachel Wood speaks openly about her bisexuality.



I knew it from years, not you? For me it was obvious she was either lesbian or bi and once again, my gaydar, or bidar in fact, was right. This time it is official. Evan Rachel Wood is bisexual.

There are several years, she had already approached the topic in another interview indicating that she was not a lesbian and that she could be bisexual but had never been with a girl.

But at the question: "You date women? "

She answered proudly: "Yes"


After having played many roles as a lesbian in TV series like Once and Again or in films like The Wrestler, Evan Rachel Wood said to Esquire magazine that she was "up for anything. Meet a nice guy, meet a nice girl… "

She even revealed that if she could she “would marry” Kate Winslet, her partner in the HBO mini-series Mildred Pierce even describing her attitude with girls:

"Yeah, I’m more kind of like the guy when it comes to girls. I’m the dominant one."

It’s with women, she says, that her inner North Carolina gentleman comes out: “I’m opening the doors, I’m buying dinner. Yeah, I’m romantic.”

So one more, and that's really great to see more and more colors in this word.


Just for the pleasure here are some of her famous kisses:


In Once and Again with Mischa Barton


In Thirteen with Nikki Reed


Full Esquire's interviewFull Esquire's interview


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