Kristen Stewart Says Coming Out Is Worthwhile if She Can Help Others

Kristen Stewart Says Coming Out Is Worthwhile if She Can Help Others

Kristen Stewart Says Coming Out Is Worthwhile if She Can Help Others

Kristen Stewart had since moved on from her failed romance with Robert Pattinson and already came out as bisexual previous year. What's next for her?

Do you think Kristen Stewart and Stella Maxwell make a cute couple?

The 26-year-old star sported a casual ensemble, rocking a stomach-flashing crop top and leather jacket as she made a run for it.

It's this duality that defines Stewart, and Assayas shrewdly seems to have centered the film around it. Maureen gets paid in cash to take Kyra's blank checks and buy high fashion clothes for her to appear at events in. "One of my top five, all-time favorite movies is The Shining".

"As soon as you start hiding the fact that you're dating a girl, it's different from hiding the fact that you're dating a guy".

- Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 22, 2012After Friday's Twilight release, I hope Robert Pattinson will not be seen in public with Kristen-she will cheat on him again!

Assayas wrote "Personal Shopper" for Stewart, but both director and star call it a collaboration.

"That's been nothing but positive", she said". Kristen said it felt "really cool" to feel unashamed in announcing her sexual orientation.

Her dewy skin, smoky eye and bold brow looked great, too.

"Personal Shopper" is in theaters today.

Still, she admits that prejudice hasn't completely disappeared.

According to Stewart, if the topic of sexuality wasn't such an important topic, she said she would have kept her life private forever.

Stewart attended a special screening of Personal Shopper Thursday in NY. She is reinventing herself.

Kristen previously admitted she came out on the show because it "worked for the joke" she was telling in her monologue. She has taken part after part, usually in smaller, indie productions (Certain Women, Equals, Cafe Society), with an insatiable urge to work, to keep exploring.

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