Add Ke$ha to the growing list of celebs (Evan Rachel Wood, Anna Paquin, Gillian Anderson) who profess their attraction to both men and women. The pop singer told Seventeen her love extends to both genders:
“I don’t love just men. I love people,” she says. “It’s not about a gender.”
She goes on:
“I’m all about standing up to gay/lesbian/transgender bullying,” the songstress tells the mag, adding that her low tolerance for hate and newfound self-esteem led to the title of her newest album, “Warrior.”
We hope that it will only be a matter of time before people are free to love whomever they want without any deviation from heterosexuality being controversial — and that announcing one’s sexuality will cease to be used as a publicity stunt.
We wish Ke$ha the best in her search for true love.
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