At the end of 2016 we learned that Kristen Stewart (26) had a new girfriend, Stella Maxwell (26), a Victoria's Secret model. Both are very successful in their professions: Kristen is one of the best actresses of her generation and the model is one of the most beautiful faces of fashion. These girls represent perfectly the sexuality of the future: Male and female couples are no longer the only acceptable options in the world as these two have quickly proven with their own beautiful relationship.


In July 2016 the 'Café Society' star assumed her bisexuality publicly, during an interview granted to Elle magazine, British edition.

From that moment, she felt freer and more relaxed and could live out her lesbian romances (with Alicia Cargile and then with singer St. Vincent) in peace. Currently the actress is dating the model, and they arouse as much interest in the media as if they were a straight couple. They also have big projects for 2017, Kristen is going to star a new 'Twilight' movie with Robert Pattinson (30), her former boyfriend. Meanwhile, her girlfriend gets increasingly important jobs in fashion.

Modern Love

Many teenagers around the world have a girlfriend or boyfriend, gender does not matter, because they fall in love with a person. Many Celebrities follow this trend: Miley Cyrus, Bella Thorne, Amber Heard and Lauren Jauregui, among others.

They fall in love with someone, regardless of whether it is a man or a woman. The 'Wrecking ball' hitmaker was the first self-defined as pansexual, meaning she is attracted to people, regardless of gender. Miley dated many women but now plans to marry Liam Hemsworth (27), her fiance.

Many young people hate the concepts 'gay', 'straight', 'lesbian', 'homosexual' or 'bisexual', because they believe that those words limit their personality.

They think that these concepts are outdated because sexuality does not define people. In this way young people give more importance to feelings, spirituality and intelligence of the other instead of their sexuality.