Harry Styles gays- Harry Styles does not want to be caged in a box. In an interview with Better Homes and Gardens which was released on April 26th, the “As It Was” singer addressed “Outdated” speculations about his sexuality.
Throughout his solo career, Styles- who has performed in dresses and proudly waved the gay pride flag on stage has been keeping details of his sexuality private, despite the ongoing pressure from his fans and the media for labeling himself.
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“I have been really open with if with my friends, but that is my personal experience; it is mine.”- Says Style.
“The entire point of where we should be heading, which is towards accepting everybody and being more open, all it matters is that. It is nothing about the label and not having to clarify what boxes you are checking.”
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The singer, who has been linked romantically to Olivia Wilde since January 2021, says he used his downtime during quarantine for getting closer to his family and friends and explore who he wants to be moving forward. The process that needs for him to be reflected deeply on his past.
While he was having great days with One Direction, Styles immediately became a household name- a level of fame that rapidly broke down all the boundaries between his personal life and his professional life.
He recalls reporters openly asking him about his sex life when he was a teenager fresh out of the “X Factor.” At the same time, Styles, who has been a long branded a “bad boy.” Felt the need for giving a coy answer to maintain his image.
Under the surface, however, he was deeply uncomfortable with such intimate questions about his personal life and felt like there was no escape.
Harry Styles about his sex life
Harry Styles stated about his sex life- “For a long time, it felt like the only thing that was mine was my sex life.”
“I felt so ashamed about it, ashamed at the idea of people even knowing that I was having sex, let alone who with…”
At that time, there were still the kiss-and-tell things. Working out who I could trust was extremely stressful. But I think I got to a place where I was like, ‘Why do I feel ashamed? I am a 26-year-old man who’s single;’ it is like, yes, I have sex.”