Bella Thorne has revealed that she hasn't dated another girl since she came out as bisexual, but that hasn't stopped the former Disney star from setting her sights on one of the most iconic LGBT stars of our time.
In a candid new interview with Harpers Bazaar, Bella explained that although she has had experiences with other women, she would love to actually be in a relationship:
"I've done other stuff with girls, but I really want to actually date a girl."
Although Bella would obviously like to date women, she admitted that she finds flirting with people her own gender a bit of a minefield:
"I can't tell if a girl is hitting on me or she just wants to be friends. And I don't want to flirt with a girl if she thinks I'm just being her friend. What if I kiss a girl and she's like 'Oh, I'm just your friend dude, I can't believe you just crossed that boundary.' I'm confused on what they want from me."
When pressed, #BellaThorne revealed that the woman she would most like to get intimately acquainted with is none other than Kristin Stewart:
"She's so hot. She seems like the raddest chick, I'd be so down."
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But why is Bella deciding to bare her soul regarding her sexuality after being silent for so long? In her own words:
"The world needs more honesty. I've lied my whole life about who I am and who I'm trying to be, so now, I like to keep it real. I have problems like every person, so if I can help somebody else then that's fucking dope."
Bella's mission to help others accept themselves seems to be working, and the star claims she has received dozens of letters from young #LGBT fans who say Bella has given them the courage to come out to their parents. In addition to helping LGBT teenagers accept themselves, Bella also came out as dyslexic in 2013 so people with the learning difficulty do not feel so alone.
Of course, changing and evolving so much in the public eye has won Bella more than her fair share of critique from haters who question her authenticity, but she has the following to say to them:
"People will ask me, 'Who are you now?' But this is who I've really been—you just didn't see me before. I was just a puppet. I wasn't allowed to make my own decisions or think for myself in any way."
Do you think Bella Thorne is a good role model for young people?