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St. Vincent Has No Time For Labels When It Comes To Her Sexuality

“I believe in gender fluidity and sexual fluidity. I don’t really identify as anything,” explains Annie Clark in the upcoming issue of Rolling Stone.

1. In the upcoming issue of Rolling Stone, the insanely talented Annie Clark was asked whether she identifies as gay or straight.

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2. Her response? “I don’t think about those words.”

3. “I believe in gender fluidity and sexual fluidity. I don’t really identify as anything,” the indie-rock goddess clarified.

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4. “I think you can fall in love with anybody. I don’t have anything to hide.”

5. She added, “but I’d rather the emphasis be on music.”

6. Find the full interview in the latest issue of Rolling Stone.

I profiled the formidable @st_vincent for RS. Topics include cults, riffs, "sexual fluidity" & more. On stands now!

— jonahweiner (@Jonah KahWeiner)

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Sarah Karlan is the associate LGBT editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.
Contact Sarah Karlan at sarah.karlan@buzzfeed.com
 
 

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