"If we are sincere about sex, most people in the spectrum": Ben Whishaw, 38, admits he has fought gay in his twenties and "hated" himself
- Ben Whishaw said that because of sexuality he does not feel very well for himself
- Paddington from Bedfordshire has been in civil partnership since 2012
- In an interview with Sunday Times, he said that most people are in the "spectrum".
In her honest interview, British star Ben Whishaw opened her personal life and said she believed "most people are on the spectrum" when it comes to sexuality.
The 38-year-old Skyfall, who has been in civil partnership with composer Mark Bradshaw since 2012, acknowledged that now, when he was more open about his sexuality, he fought with him in the twenties and even "hated" himself.
In a new interview for the Sunday Times, a star from Bedfordshire said she had returned to playing pigeon players, claiming that sexual orientation can not always be clearly defined.
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Ben Whishaw, who presented him at the 24th Annual Critics' Choice Awards in California, said he believed that "most people are on the spectrum" when it comes to sexuality
He talked about the hit singer Freddie Mercury, who was featured in one of the stages in Bohemian Rhapsody, and said: "If we are honest about these things [sexuality], maybe most people in the spectrum.
"I think it's very unfair when people say they are bisexual and are accused of being gay."
Although Whishaw has been in civil partnership with composer Mark Bradshaw since 2012, he has not always been so open about his personal life.
For many years now, he did not want to talk about his private life and did not tell the gaming world that he was gay in case he was "hiding" in certain roles.
Whishaw, whom he presented with his long-time partner Mark Bradshaw at the 68th Cannes Film Festival in 2015, also showed that he had fought with his sexuality in his 20 years.
However, now Whishaw said he did not care about this and that he did not have any "negative effects" because he revealed his sexuality.
However, the stars Specter and Skyfall revealed that he fought with his sexuality when he was in his twenties.
He said, "I did not feel well. It had to do with my sexuality and I do not know how to be and hate myself.
Whishaw and his partner Mr. Bradshaw met on Jane Campion 2009 Bright Star.
The player was in many films, including in Paddington, Skyfall, in the picture and in Specter, and he was worried that he would not be slim.
The film talks about John Keats' love relationship with neighbor Fanny Brawne before his premature death due to tuberculosis.
Whishaw played Keats and Bradshaw in the film, now 36, he composed.
In March 2011, Whishaw gave an interview to gay magazine Out while playing a homosexual character in the off-Broadway play The Pride.
When the interviewer asked whether it was important for young gays to have positive patterns, Whishaw replied: "I feel in my heart that this is important, but I do not yet know how to do this.
"Perhaps this is a transient thing that I feel I am in the middle of this moment."