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Kristen Stewart Calls Critics of Rolling Stone Cover Homophobic

Kristen Stewart calls out criticism of his latest rolling stone cover “sexist and homophobic”.

On March 11, the 33-year-old Love lies, bleeding the star discussed the cover on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, calling out critics for their negative reactions. When host Stephen Colbert revealed that CBS asked him not to show the cover on the show, he pulled out a photo of the polarizing cover to show the audience what it was about.

“Now, before I show this cover, I just want you and the audience to know that I think this is a perfectly charming cover. CBS asked us not to show it,” he told Stewart. “They thought it wouldn’t be a good idea to show this and I understand why.”

To cheers from the audience, Colbert then revealed the cover and told the actor, “I mean you look better in a jockstrap than I ever did.”

On the rolling stone blanketStewart can pose in a black vest and white jockstrap with his hand snaking down the front of the jockstrap.

When Colbert asked Stewart about the backlash the cover received, she responded, “Well, okay, let's keep it light.” You know, I think it's a little uh… well, it's a little ironic because I feel like I've seen a lot of male pubic hair on the cover of things.

“I saw a lot of hands in pants and unbuttoned,” she continued. “I think there is some overt recognition of a female sexuality that has its own will, which is annoying to sexist and homophobic people.”

“I've definitely seen more revealing covers on rolling stone Or Sports Illustrated besides,” added Colbert, to whom the Dusk The star replied: “It's not explicit at all, yeah.”

“No, I think it also violates the public's expectations of female sexuality, unlike how you present it here,” Colbert noted. “Yes, because female sexuality is not supposed to want anything other than to be obtained,” Stewart agreed. “And it feels like it sticks out in a way that could be annoying.”

“Fuck you,” Stewart said, looking directly into the camera as the audience cheered. At the same time, as Colbert added: “I think that’s why they’re mad at you!” She joked: “But I never will!”

Stewart opened up about how she wanted to provoke people into her rolling stone cover interview, explaining that she wanted the cover photoshoot to be “the gayest thing you've ever seen in your life.”

“If I managed to cross the whole Dusk series without ever making rolling stone cover, it’s because the boys were the sex symbols,” she emphasized. “If I could have a little mustache, if I could have a fucking happy track and unbutton my pants, I would.” Guys – I'm sorry – but their fucking pubes are constantly being pushed in my face, and I'm like, 'Ummmm, bring it on.'

Stewart promotes his upcoming film Love lies, bleeding, produced by arthouse production company A24. The revenge film follows the romance between Stewart's character, a gym manager named Lou, and Jackie, an ambitious bodybuilder.

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