Hollywood actress Amber Heard who had broken up with Johnny Depp
last year says, earlier she used to think being bisexual was no big
deal until she had to face a lot of criticism after taking her
girlfriend Tasya van Ree out on a date.
"Well, I always say in response - when I hear someone comment
about me coming out, I think it's funny because I was never in. In
part because I was very stubborn, I guess, and also in part because
I just didn't feel it was wrong," Amber Heard said in a
"It did impact my career, it was difficult. It was not easy. I
was the only one working in this way, so it was definitely
difficult because no one had done it. I did that even though
everyone told me it would end my career, without a doubt." Said the
Amber Heard also said that she never understood why society has
so much reservation for one being a bisexual, as she never thought
it was wrong in any sense.
"I was always out. I was an activist. I went to protests. I
refused to not bring my partner at the time, but no one ever asked
me about it." Heard added.
"And an outlet specifically asked me who I was there with that
night and who that person was to me and I just answered honestly,
the way I always answered had there not been a tape recorder on
me." She explained further.