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Stewart began dating her fellow "Twilight" co-star Robert Pattinson in 2008, but did not publicly acknowledge the relationship until 2012.
Now, she said it's easier to admit she's dating a woman than a man.
Best known for the “Twilight” franchise, Stewart first followed her parents’ footsteps into Hollywood when she was just eight years old.
Her first major movie role came in 2002’s “Panic Room,” alongside Jodie Foster.
Interestingly, however, public proclamations about sexuality are also being met with more yawns than ever before these days—which, theoretically, is a good thing because it means there's nothing exceptional about sexuality, however you might categorize (or refuse to categorize) it.
But we're not quite at a point where publicly coming out, whether it's via a statement or while discussing life in general during an interview, doesn't matter or is beside the point. " and, to paraphrase, "I live in Palm Beach and everyone gets along great—gay, straight, so what?! But while gay rights have advanced by leaps and bounds in recent years around the world, with same-sex marriage now effectively legal all across the United States, those who live in a tolerant, supportive community can still consider themselves lucky (as should all of us who enjoy certain freedoms).
Many celebrities still choose to go that route and, happily, are largely received by a flood of support from their peers, fans and beyond when they do.
Following the controversy, Stewart has been involved in relationships with a number of women, including film producer Alicia Cargile and French singer Soko.
She began dating Victoria’s Secret supermodel Stella Maxwell in late 2016.
When I wrote about Colton Haynes' decision to publicly confirm that he's gay and how actions like that from celebrities are still important to the LGBT community and society in general, I saw comments on Facebook such as, "Wasn't he already out? Even after last summer's historic Supreme Court ruling determining that states can't deny its citizens the right to marry, there were the clerks who refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
There's North Carolina's now four-month-old law (that subsequently resulted in a PR nightmare and lost business for the Tar Heel State) requiring its citizens to use the bathroom that matches their birth certificates.