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Dove Cameron Opens Up On Reluctance To Come Out As Queer

Soon to be seen essaying the iconic character of Bubbles in live-action reboot series The Powerpuff Girls on CW as Bubbles, Dove Cameron opens up on reluctance to come out as queer.

In her recent interview, the former Disney channel star Dove Cameron opens up on reluctance to come out as queer.

The stunning budding starlet who is soon going to be seen in the much awaited live-action reboot series of The Powerpuff Girls which would be airing on CW essaying the role of Bubbles, in her latest magazine cover story  interview, Dove Cameron opens up on reluctance to come out as queer.

Finally post gathering courage to come clean on her sexuality in this new interview off late and much more, Dove Cameron opens up on reluctance to come out as queer.

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She also spoke about how she was really worried and tensed along with being afraid as well since she thought that people would really not believed her if she came out as queer, but when she was allegedly accused of queerbaiting, she decided it was right time to clear the air and come straightforward about her sexuality publically and opened up on it in an instagram live last year itself.

She said, “I’ve hinted about my sexuality for years while being afraid to spell it out for everybody. I did a lyric video last year, for ‘We Belong.’ It had moving line drawings of people falling in love…It was all a man and a woman making out and it was a weird moment for me”.

The 25 year old Liv And Maddie star in this magazine interview furthermore added, “When the song came out, everybody got the idea that the song was a big LGBTQ+ anthem song and I found myself in this position where everyone thought I was queerbaiting. I went on Instagram Live and said ‘Guys, I really needed to explain something to you. Maybe I haven’t said it, but I’m super queer. This is something I want to represent through my music because it’s who I am”.

She also shared, “With the process of coming out, it was about who I am as a whole rather than who I choose to date or sleep with. I’m choosing to love myself, to be who I am every day and not edit myself depending on the room that I’m in”.

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