Kristen Stewart attends the "Love Me" Premiere during the 2024 Sundance Film Festival at Eccles Center Theatre on January 19, 2024 in Park City, Utah. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)

Will Kristen Stewart Get More Women to Wear Jockstraps?

Emell Adolphus READ TIME: 2 MIN.

Kristen Stewart is seriously making a case for women in jockstraps on March cover of Rolling Stone magazine.

Titled "Uncensored," Stewart delivers on the covers promise and doesn't hold back in the interview or the accompanying jock-heavy photo shoot. Yes, some might say Kim Kardashian gave us a taste of women rocking jocks in her American Dream photo spread for Interview Magazine, but Stewart takes it up several notches.

In her interview, Stewart talks about her two decades living in the public eye and her desire to do "the gayest thing you've ever seen in your life."

She of course talks about her struggles with "Twilight" fame and how much the boys of the teen trilogy were treated differently than the girls.

"If I got through the entire Twilight series without ever doing a Rolling Stone cover, it's because the boys were the sex symbols," she said. "If I could grow a little mustache, if I could grow a f------ happy trail and unbutton my pants, I would. Guys – I'm sorry – but their f------ pubes are shoved in my face constantly, and I'm like, 'Ummmm, bring it in.'"

And Stewart also addressed her privileges of being an out gay actor during this time. "it goes: Jodie [Foster], me, boygenius," she explained about arc of well-known queer-identifying female actors. "I'm in the middle. Do you know what I mean? Jodie had such a hard time [as a gay actor], and I'm not speaking for her – I am objectively analyzing the time and place in which she was being her, and that is not easy – I would say fucking near-impossible if you wanted to continue doing what you love."

She added, "For me, it wasn't a problem. But that's probably because of the sort of space that I inhabit and the parts that I'm attracted to and the filmmakers that are attracted to me and the audience that exists for those movies. Had I really wanted to carve out more commercial space and maintain that, I don't know if that would've worked."

See Stewarts complete "uncensored" photo spread in Rolling Stone.

by Emell Adolphus

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