Billie Eilish is one of the most established international artists in the music industry. At 21 years old, the singer can boast of having an enviable professional career behind her, full of musical successes, which have catapulted her into a true musical star.
And although his professional life is a success, his private life is in a spiral of changes, something completely normal with his youth. A few months ago, the author of such well-known songs as Bad Guy ended her relationship with the leader of the rock band The Neighborhood, Jesse Rutherford, 11 years older than her.
Now, the Everything I Wanted singer is single again, and due to the new stage of her life that has just begun, she wanted to open up in a recent interview with Variety magazine about her sexuality, her next project, and how the industry has tried to sexualize her since she became famous.
''To be honest, I've never felt like a woman. I have never felt desirable. Nor feminine. I still have to convince myself that I am a pretty girl. "I identify with feminine pronouns, but I have never really felt like a girl," declared the winner of several Emmy awards.
Regarding her beginnings, the singer assured that her talked-about looks always had a compelling reason. "I wasn't trying to stop people from sexualizing me, but I didn't want the world to have access to my body, not even visually, because I wasn't strong enough or confident enough to show it," she confessed.
''Being a woman is an eternal war. Especially being a young woman in the public eye. It is very unfair. It turns out that I am young and have a whole life ahead of me, with many things to do," she added.
The artist also takes advantage of the interview to open up about her sexuality. ''I've never felt like I could relate very well to girls,'' she began. And the singer confessed that she was attracted to them. '' I like them very much. I love them as people. I like. I'm really attracted to them. Physically. But I also feel intimidated by her beauty and her presence,' she declared.