Alyson Stoner, a former Disney Channel and movie star, has written a very personal and extremely powerful essay for Teen Vogue
The piece tells Stoner's Journey to Bisexuality
In the essay, the 24-year-old never puts any kind of label or definition on this path or its conclusion, but simply writes that she realizes that she is now and women  The revelation of her preferences began when Stoner felt "hypnotized and intimidated" as she attended a dance workshop and met her instructor.
"After I've Dazed She approached me to correct my form," Stoner writes for Teen Vogue, adding:
"My heart was racing wildly and my body was getting hot." I was nervous I heavily breathed out of being h
"Her smile was the most electrifying thing I've ever seen."
After that hour, Stoner wrote her mother, who is very close to her. This is what the text read at the time:
"I met a woman today, I'm not sure who she is or what I feel, but I think she's been in my life for a very long time
Stoner has appeared in such films as Step Up and Cheaper by the Dozen, along with Disney shows such as The Suite Life by Zack and Cody.
As an actress-singer, the dance teacher gets to know each other better she struggled with her feelings, which was not "very dead or platonic "were.
She was confused.
"I realized that in this way I had never fantasized about a man and never really felt comfortable with people," she explains, working out as follows:
"When I think about it, I have more than But was not that just social conditioning or the unattainable beauty standards that promote comparison and objectification?
"I refused to entertain other possibilities."
Still, not sure what Stoner and this other woman began to spend a lot of time together.
One evening, the couple dined and watched as Orange's New Black is together and …
"We ventilated and supported each other. Then we cuddled then kissed and kissed more. "
This is when Stoner realized:
" OK, we were in a relationship. I fell in love with a woman.
It is unclear at what age this happened, but Stoner admits to having participated in therapy for years to understand himself.
"In the purest sense, I felt awakened, compassionate, and like my true self, "she writes.
" It has strengthened and inspired me, creating a space in which I can discover myself without judgment. We were an example of true love.
Stoner had "misunderstandings" about the LGBT community, she says, adding that she wondered how this personal revelation would affect her job.
& # 39; Some people in the industry warned me that I would ruin my career, miss potential jobs, and potentially endanger my life if I ever got out.
My dream and all that for me since my I was suddenly at risk because I … was true to myself. "
She prayed about it. She fought inside.
But in the end, she could no longer deny how she felt and what she believed.
"I, Alyson, are attracted to men, women, and people who identify themselves in other ways." She completes.
"I can love people of any gender identity and any expression, it is the soul that captivates me.
" It is the love we can build and the kindness that we can contribute to the world by sharing ourselves mutually support best trips.
So well said all around.
Greetings, Alyson Stoner.