Kristen Stewart Talks About Her Love Alicia Cargile For NYT’s T Magazine

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Kristen Stewart, I’m BORED.

The girl gave another interview to the NYT this week, and it makes her out to be this cheesy, corny, angsty “trying to figure herself out” artist (and yes, there is references to both her WRITING POETRY and PAINTING in the very short interview). Anyhow, most of it was a snoozefest of self-importance, but I did like that she talked openly about her relationship with Alicia Cargile, which is SOMETHING. You can read the whole piece HERE, but here are some highlights:

On her relationship: “I would never talk about any of my relationships before, but once I started dating girls it seemed like there was an opportunity to represent something really positive,” she says. “I still want to protect my personal life, but I don’t want to seem like I’m protecting the idea, so that does sort of feel like I owe something to people.”

on being busy:“As a younger person, I would have lost steam: ‘I’m tired. I don’t feel good. I’m sick.’ Instead I tried to make myself more sick, more tired, just to see if there ever was a breaking point, and there wasn’t.”

On navigating her personal life:“How do you feel like you’re not being stolen from,” she asks, “yet at the same time not guard yourself to the point of depriving yourself of so much goodness in life?” Her search for the answer led to many sleepless nights, which was itself a lesson. “Nothing killed me,” she says. “I was skinny as hell, I looked crazy, but I was fine. I now have faith in my body to carry on, and that has made me a better actor.”

(Via NYT)

So serious, always. Honestly, I’d love to see something different from this actor.

What do YOU think of Kristen Stewart these days?! WEIGH IN BELOW!

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Wednesday, August 17th, 2016 at 2:14pm
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