Dove Cameron Shared her Identity Struggle Issues with Fans!
- Dove Cameron shared her internal struggle with identity on her social media
- The actress took to her Instagram to share that she is still figuring to find out her internal self
- She shared some pictures with red, teary eyes on her page
Dove Cameron opens up about her identity problem
Dove Cameron, the Disney actress recently talked about her struggles with identity to her followers.
In a shocking post, the 26 years old opened up about how she is feeling lately.
Fans were sad to hear that Cameron has been covering her mirrors because she doesn’t want to look at herself.
“I’ve been struggling lately with the concept of self, my inner relationship to who I know myself to be and my outer perceivable self who I feel I have never known, but other people seem to,”
She further added:
“I’ve been covering mirrors lately. I’ve been feeling wrong in clothing that used to make me feel beautiful lately. i’ve been crying a lot lately, sometimes terrorized by my identity and image, sometimes in absolute flow with something new and peripheral and joyous to me.”
Dove Cameron’s take on gender norms and sexuality
The singer further talked about how sexuality and performative gender norms are throwing her out in a loop. It can take a toll on her mental health as well.
She explained that she always knew she was not straight.
“What I am choosing to say is I am in process, I’m investigating. I’m struggling more than half of the time and I’m trying to maintain a quiet, non-judgmental curiosity, rather than punish myself for not knowing what I’m feeling or where I’m going,”
Lastly, Dove explained that she shared all of her internal struggles with her followers without any fixed answer hoping that people with the same struggle don’t feel lonely.
“I share this without conclusion because I don’t have answers from myself yet, and because I have a feeling it’s a very intrinsically (modern) human conversation, and I never want you to feel alone in a sea of what seems like humans who are comfortable in their identity.”
In her caption, she continued:
“I’m feeling it out, and if you are too, we can do it together. The longer I’m alive, the more I realize these inner dialogues are actually pretty universal.”