As gay rights evolved, the voice of the gay population grew stronger, louder and more self-defined, shedding the taboos and bringing sexual diversity into everyday life.
While it is still not the case in most parts of the world, in the UK in 2014, gay people finally enjoy equality with straight people in the eyes of the law.
The 26-year-old pop star and former X Factor judge took to the stage with Nick Grimshaw to hand out the Best British Breakthrough Act.
She was heard saying: “And the best bake-through act is,” before realising what had happened and told the crowds: “Let me try that again.”Shortly before the gaffe, her pal and fellow former X Factor star Nick, 32, was heard saying: "This lady has agreed to do the radio with me tomorrow morning live from 6.30am.” Rita replied with a grimace on her face: "At six o'clock in the morning Nicholas Grimshaw?
By the end of the movie, because we were swimming so much, I just wanted to write songs." "I've spoken to her a little bit, she knows one of the guys that I wrote it with (his music) a lot.With that in mind, is it time sexuality stopped being used as a descriptor?In early 2014, actor James Sutton responded sarcastically on Twitter when he was asked if he was “gay in real life”.Kristen Stewart has been in the spotlight for quite some time now, but she is still notoriously private about her life, especially when it comes to who she's dating.
While some of her relationships have been more public than others, she has certainly had her fair share of love and heartbreak over the years.
Sutton, who has played a gay character in the soap opera Hollyoaks since 2006, replied, “No, and weirdly I’m not an English teacher in Chester either.” He later apologised for his sarcasm, but explained how bored he was with the question.