Outer a person means forcing him to reveal his homosexuality, which has recently been the victim Rebel Wilson. When she came out on Instagram on June 9, revealing the identity of her companion via a selfie, we later learned that the actress had finally been forced to make this announcement under the threat of Australian media.
“Big mistake. Wilson opted to torpedo the article, posting about her new ‘Disney Princess’ on Instagram early Friday morning,” said Mr. Hornery in his column published on the Australian media site Sunday Morning Herald. Revealing that he had indeed intended to reveal this “scoop”, leaving two days for Rebel Wilson to come forward.
“It was a very tough situationbut I tried to handle it gracefully” the “Isn’t it romantic” actress tweeted in response to a question posed by an outraged reporter on Sunday (June 12). “In our weekly Private Sydney Celebrity column last week, we asked Ms Wilson if she would like to comment on her new partner. We would have asked the same questions if Ms Wilson’s new partner had been a man,” defended the editor of the magazine.
Before withdrawing this Monday, June 13, the article in question and publishing the apologies of columnist Mr. Hornery. “I sincerely regret that Rebel found this harsh. It was never my intention”, he expressed. The damage is done and it is important to remember that, celebrity or not, coming out is a crucial moment in the life of an LGBTQI+ person, which they must initiate when the time comes.