Chloe Grace Montez believes sexual fluidity is the future and she has good reasons. Chloe starred recently in a movie titled the miseducation of Cameron, and after the film, she has made it clear that she doesn’t want anybody assuming her sexuality or that of any other human.
In a recent interview with Attitude magazine during the premiere of her Conversation therapy movie in London, Chloe talked on how non-LGBT actors play the role of LGBT characters in films, and she went further to question the reporter’s view on how actors identify privately.
“Just don’t assume, do you know what I mean? I think what’s important about this film is there’s a line in there where [Cameron] says, ‘I don’t see myself as a homosexual, I don’t see myself as anything.’ I think that’s the future we’re moving in to. If you talk to a 12 or 13-year-old, they don’t speak about gender as this label they were born as. They talk about fluidity; they talk about finding themselves for who they are. I think that’s important not to assume, any actor, any person, who they are, what they are, trying to label them or get them to tell you what you want to hear.”
The director of the film “Miseducation of Cameron” Desiree Akhavan also aired her view on the subject of gender and sexuality.
“Regarding actors in my own pursuit of casting this film, everyone was a teenager, and it’s not my place to ask their sexuality. Nor did I want to.” Desiree went on, “I feel like people make a lot of assumptions about Chloë’s sexuality, Which bothers me on a personal level. They should not make assumptions. It is not their place to look at a young woman who’s grown up on camera and say, ‘Give me a little bit more information about your sexuality. I’d like to take more than I’ve already had haven watched you grow since [the age of] five.'”
There are tons of other young people who feel the same way Chloe does, but they might not be as bold as her to tell people how they honestly feel.