Chris Martin says he was "very homophobic,quot; while discovering sexuality


Not every day the world takes a look at the life and process of a rock star.

Chris Martin sat with Rolling Stonefounder and editorial director Jann S. Wenner for a rare in-depth chat for your video series The Rolling Stone interview presented by Dodgeand explained almost everything the world always wanted to know. Among many interesting parts of his interview, the leader of The Coldplay talked about going to a boarding school as a child and discovering his sexuality.

"When I went to boarding school, I walked a little fun, bounced a little and was also very homophobic because I thought, & # 39; If I'm gay, I'm completely screwed for eternity & # 39; and I was a child discovering sexuality.," shared "& # 39; Maybe I'm gay, maybe I'm this, maybe I'm that, I can't be this & # 39 ;, so I was terrified and then I walked a little weird and I was in a boarding school with a lot of unconditional boys that they had also gone for their own thing and, for a few years, they said: & # 39; You are definitely gay & # 39 ;, quite fairly, telling me that quite aggressively and it was strange for me a few years. "

The musician shared that it was a trip for him to realize that even if it was, it was not a big problem. "I'm sure I worry about that. Around 15 and a half years, I don't know what happened," he revealed. "I thought,‘ Yes, so what? "And then everything stopped overnight. It was very interesting. Once I thought, & # 39; Yes, what if I'm gay & # 39 ;? "This experience not only gave the singer clarity about his sexuality, but also about his religion. Beliefs.

"Just growing a little and having a little more exposure to the world thinking:" Many of my heroes are gay or whatever. Whatever they are, it doesn't really matter, "he shared." So what he did was relieve a lot of pressure and then he asked me: "Hey, maybe some of these things I'm learning about God and everything, I'm not sure if I subscribe to all this particular religion & # 39; … Then for a few years, that was a bit wobbly and, finally, I just said: & # 39; Okay, I think I have my own relationship with what I think God is & # 39; and it's really no religion for me. "

This new Chris, more open, coincides with the release of the new Coldplay album. Everyday life, which Chris believes may be the most honest so far. "This one has been bubbling for a while. Everyday life and, between you and me and everyone we are seeing, we had to grow the balls a little to be able to do this, "he revealed." It's the first time we really say what we think about some things and try to be empathetic and it's a bit unfiltered. It is completely unfiltered. "

Chris definitely knows how to turn his pain into an incredible art.

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