The model, actress and DJ addressed her perception in the media in an interview with Glamour magazine, whose cover she graces in this month’s issue. She said that she is not ashamed of her lesbianism, but it is what she is, not what she does. It is not her occupation and not information about her job she would like to put on a business card. It is not something she studied for, it is not written in her diploma. She does not want to be labeled with her sexuality for whatever she does. She was frequently annoyed at how her sexuality was unnecessarily brought into the conversation. “I was getting frustrated at always having to have my sexuality be a part of it,” she said, adding that nobody says “the heterosexual DJ\singer\actor etc”, so why should the sexuality be the defining factor for queer people.