“I’ve never been afraid of people knowing who I love.”
From the first revealing her sexuality In 2020, the musician and actor says that he finally feels that he can really be what is in the center of attention.
“I honestly look back on that first initial intrusion into the conversation about my sexuality because it’s the first time I’ve been publicly my own,” Dove said. And! news.
She explained that despite the fact that there is a story that coming out is a “great discovery” for a queer person, she always knows who she is.
“I think there’s this story where if you’re a queer person and you talk about your identity, it’s even though you’ve been sitting in secret your whole life and it’s a great discovery,” she said.
Dove continued, “In my experience, it wasn’t a revelation. I always knew who I was. Ever since I know for myself, I’ve known I’m queer.”
And while she admits she was worried about going public, it wasn’t for reasons you’d normally expect.
“I’ve never been afraid of people who know who I love,” Dove said, adding, “I was afraid people would have access to human parts of me in an industry that could be so anti-human.”
Dove says the whole experience was “emotional”, but that “it turned out to be the best thing that could ever happen to her”.
“Mentally, I’m much better now,” Dove concluded.
It’s so nice that Dove now knows he can be the real me, even in the public eye. Happy Pride!
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