Lea Seydoux Lesbienne
Published: August 13, 2013
Lea Seydoux Lesbienne, Offensive or not? The last words of Lea Seydoux are at least talking, either to accuse him of homophobia, however, defend the actress-star La Vie Adele, Palme d’Or at Cannes.
Judge for yourself. Initially, an interview with Grazia by actress La Vie Adele on the occasion of the upcoming release of Grand Central on August 28. Then, the site publishes a Yagg reported to the co-founder of the site by a reader on Twitter path. Since then, the social network has seized on comments and fuse.
For Yagg, the epitome of a lesbian in The Life of Adele “has not cleared Seydoux all his prejudices.” The article went further, concluding that it “seems to think that lesbians manage to be ‘much less beautiful.’”
The paper is short and brief cites a passage from the interview in which Lea Seydoux recounts his experience in the film by Abdellatif Kechiche as follows:
“At times, I found myself pretty sexy but there are plans where I am much less beautiful! Looks like a bit of a lesbian. (Laughter.)”