Rebel Wilson, known for her roles in “Pitch Perfect,” opened up in a recent interview with People about losing her virginity at the age of 35, a topic she also discusses in her upcoming memoir, Rebel Rising. Wilson admitted that she used to feel embarrassed about the subject, even lying about it to friends to avoid questions. She reflected on how she used to avoid talking about her virginity like the plague, feeling pressured by societal norms that suggested being sexually active in one’s 30s was late. Wilson shared that she believes becoming sexually active later in life should be normalized to alleviate pressure on younger individuals.

Wilson also expressed that if she had been born 20 years later, she “probably would’ve” explored her sexuality more. She noted that she initially believed marriage was a waste of time, but after opening herself up following the death of her father, she began to have feelings for women as well as men. Wilson stated that she never believed she was “100 percent straight” and mentioned that she doesn’t know how to define her sexuality, acknowledging that many others also don’t feel the need to define it strictly. She encouraged people to be open to exploring their own feelings and not feel pressured to conform to societal expectations.

In another interview with People in February, Wilson expressed her belief that individuals should not feel pressured to define their sexuality. She emphasized the importance of allowing people the freedom to explore and understand their own preferences, without feeling the need to label themselves. Wilson’s openness about her own experiences and feelings towards her sexuality has resonated with many, as she continues to share her journey in her memoir and interviews. Rebel Rising is set to be released on April 2, providing readers with further insight into Wilson’s personal growth and experiences.

As a champion for breaking societal norms and encouraging self-discovery, Wilson’s message to others who may consider themselves “late bloomers” comes from a place of honesty and vulnerability. She believes that everyone should have the freedom to explore their sexuality at their own pace, without feeling pressured by external expectations. Wilson’s openness and willingness to share her own journey serve as a source of inspiration for those who may be navigating similar feelings or experiences. Her candid discussions about her sexuality and personal growth are a reminder that it’s never too late to discover and embrace one’s authentic self.

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