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Kristen Stewart has responded to critics of her recent Rolling Stone cover.
As a guest on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” Stewart is asking she dose not belive in cover, which shows her with her hand inside her jockstrap, her hand inside her jockstrap, has received such negative attention. Colbert initiated the conversation after revealing that CBS did not want him to show the cover on his show.
Stewart’s Rolling Stone cover hit stands ahead of the release of her romantic thriller film “Love Lies Bleeding,” which came out on March 8.

. Watch the clip from “The Late Show” below.
Stephen Colbert broke the late night mold on Tuesday night, sharing with his audience that his CBS bosses asked him not to share Kristen Stewart’s recent Rolling Stone cover on the air.

. They thought that would be not a good idea for us to show this, and I don’t know understand why. Because there’s the cover, right there,” he said, turning it around to face the audience.

“I want to say that you look better in a jockstrap than I ever did,” Colbert added, before asking the actor to comment on the criticism the image received.
Stewart pointed toward a societal double standard: “Well, it’s a little ironic because I feel like I’ve seen a lot of male pubic hair on the cover of things. I’ve seen a lot of hands in pants and unbuttoned…I think there’s a certain overt acknowledgment of a female sexuality that has its own volition in a way that is annoying for people who are sexist and homophobic.”

“I’ve certainly seen more revealing covers on Rolling Stone or Sports Illustrated for that matter,” Colbert said, to which Stewart said, “It’s not remotely explicit.”

Colbert added, “I think it also violates public expectations of female sexuality as opposed to how you’re presenting it here.”

Kristen Stewart agreed, “Yes, because female sexuality isn’t supposed to actually want anything but to be had. And that feels like it’s protruding in a way that might be annoying. But fuck you.”
“Now, there’s a lot of buzz around this Rolling Stone cover of yours. Before I show this cover, I just want you to know and the audience to know that I think it’s a perfectly lovely cover. We were asked by CBS not to show it,” Colbert said while interviewing Stewart. “They thought that would be not a good idea to show this, and I don’t understand why.”
After showing the cover, Colbert quipped that Stewart looked “better in a jockstrap than I ever did.”

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The cover in question, which is from the March 2024 edition of the magazine, shows Stewart in a leather vest, her hand plunged deep into the jockstrap she’s wearing. In the article, tied to Stewart’s upcoming A24 movie “Love Lies Bleeding,” the actress proclaims ” I want to do the gayest thing you’ve ever seen in your life.”
“Now before I show this cover, I just want you to know and the audience to know that I think it’s a perfectly lovely cover,” Colbert said. “We were asked by CBS not to show it. They thought that would not be a good idea for us to show this and I don’t understand why.” Amidst audience cheers after the cover reveal, Colbert quipped, “I want to say that you look better in a jockstrap than I ever did.”
The cover has sparked outrage, largely from those on the far right. Rather than moving on from the cover, the late night host asked Stewart why she believes this photo has generated so much backlash and made sure to repeatedly show the cover to the camera.

“Let’s keep this light,” Stewart said before launching into her answer. “It’s a little ironic because I feel like I’ve seen a lot of male public hair on the cover of things. I’ve seen a lot of hands in pants and unbuttoned — I think there’s a certain overt acknowledgement of a female sexuality that has its own volition in a way that is annoying to people who are sexist and homophobic.”
your life.”

The cover has sparked outrage, largely from those on the far right. Rather than moving on from the cover, the late night host asked Stewart why she believes this photo has generated so much backlash and made sure to repeatedly show the cover to the camera.

“Let’s keep this light,” Stewart said before launching into her answer. “It’s a little ironic because I feel like I’ve seen a lot of male public hair on the cover of things. I’ve seen a lot of hands in pants and unbuttoned — I think there’s a certain overt acknowledgement of a female sexuality that has its own volition in a way that is annoying to people who are sexist and homophobic.”
Kristen Stewart’s response to criticism of her recent Rolling Stone cover? “F— you.”

The star, 33, turned heads when she posed with her hand inside her jockstrap for the magazine’s February cover story in promotion of her new queer romance thriller Love Lies Bleeding. Catching up with Stephen Colbert on Monday’s episode of The Late Show, Stewart addressed the negative responses — but not before Colbert let the audience in on a network directive.

“Now before I show this cover, I just want you to know and the audience to know that I think it’s a perfectly lovely cover,” Colbert said. “We were asked by CBS not to show it. They thought that would not be a good idea for us to show this and I don’t understand why.” Amidst audience cheers after the cover reveal, Colbert quipped, “I want to say that you look better in a jockstrap than I ever did.”

Why does kristen Stewart think people got so upset about it? “Well, OK. Let’s keep this light. . . it’s a little ironic because I feel like I’ve seen a lot of male pubic hair on the cover of things,” she said. “I’ve seen, like, a lot of hands in pants and unbuttoned. I think there’s a certain overt acknowledgement of a female sexuality that has its own volition in a way that is annoying for people who are sexist and homophobic.”

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