Courtney Act spoke about relationships with lesbians and straight men

LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 25: Courtney Act performs during RuPaul's Drag Race show at The Forum on March 25, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Jeff Spicer/Getty Images)

Drag superstar Courtney Act has further opened up about being gender-fluid and pansexual. Courtney said that she (when in drag, the artist, real name Shane Jenek, prefers female pronouns) noted that being pansexual means for her that she has had emotional and sexual experience with men and women and she does not want count any off these experiences as a possibility for future. Adding: ‘I had a threesome with two lesbians. I had an emotional connection with one of the girls. We just decided to give it a go. It doesn’t invalidate the gay identity. It’s important to acknowledge bisexual, pansexual. We have such a rigid idea of what heterosexuality is and that’s problematic. We have such a rigid idea of what gay is and that’s also problematic,” the Australian performer said. Going on Courtney revealed that she had been in emotional and sexual connection with men and щту of those men identified as attracted to women only. “We met, I was in drag, we had a sexual encounter. I got out of drag, we continued the sexual encounter and we ended up dating. He was from Dayton, Ohio, and an Abercrombie & Fitch catalogue model and then when we broke up he went back to dating girls. He said, ‘I was just attracted to you, I’m not attracted to other men’,” said Courtney.


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