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Saturday, November 5, 2022

Emily Ratajkowski reveals she doesn’t really believe straight people exist during interview with Harper’s Bazaar

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Emily Ratajkowski reveals she doesn’t really believe straight people exist.

Mum-of-one Ratajkowski, 31, recently took part in a TikTok trend that involves the user responding to the question: “If you identify as bisexual, do you own a green velvet couch.”

The model and actor had joined in with her own video – which has since been deleted from the platform - panning the camera round to her green couch.


While Ratajkowski has not publicly addressed the implied admission since, in a new interview with Harper’s Bazaar, she revealed that she sees sexuality at something that functions on moving scale – where, in her mind, heterosexuality doesn’t really exist.

This means that, rather than confirming she is bisexual, Ratajkowski said she believes no one is 100 percent heterosexual.

She said: "I think sexuality is on a sliding scale.

"I don't really believe in straight people." “I would have been thinking about how they were perceiving me, what it meant, what they wanted from me, what it meant about my self-worth. I don't have that anymore.

“So now it's really fun to go to dinner with someone and be like, 'Cool. I really enjoyed these parts of them. I really didn't like these other parts.'"

Ratajkowski recently spoke out about the 'most controversial dress' she's ever worn, defending her decision to wear it.

Speaking on an episode of the 'Fashion Flashback' YouTube series by Harper's Bazaar, Ratajkowski discussed an outfit she wore to the magazine's 2016 Icon Party, which was branded 'extremely vulgar' by one critic.

In a recent profile in Harper’s Bazaar, Ratajkowski responded to questions about her recent TikTok featuring the green velvet bisexual couch meme. (If those words mean nothing to you, bless your soul — but to sum it up, there was a meme implying that bisexual people own green velvet couches, which, yes, Ratajkowski does.) In response to a question about whether there was any truth to the TikTok, Ratajkowski turned the question on its head, expressing her belief that sexuality is “on a sliding scale.”

The model joined actress Shay Mitchell in seemingly coming out via an audio clip about bisexual home decor.

Ratajkowski also opened up about her experiences dating men and experiencing dynamics that are all too common among women, queer or otherwise. She stated that until her recent divorce from film producer Sebastian Bear-McClard, she had never been single before, jumping from boyfriend to boyfriend partially as a mode of protection from the predatory modeling industry. “It was hard for me to go on a date with someone and think about how much I did or didn’t like them. I would have been thinking about how they were perceiving me, what it meant, what they wanted from me, what it meant about my self-worth,” she said, noting that dating wasn’t “enjoyable” for her until recently. “So now it’s really fun to go to dinner with someone and be like, ‘Cool. I really enjoyed these parts of them. I really didn’t like these other parts.’ ”

Ratajkowski wasn’t the only celeb who recently kind of came out via a TikTok meme. She was joined by former Pretty Little Liars star Shay Mitchell, who also made a video about the supposed prevalence of green velvet couches among bisexuals. And of course, who can forget Madonna coming out as gay by missing a free throw into a wastepaper basket. Straight people may not be real, but the power of TikTok to turn you queer certainly is.

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