Being known comes with its own dangers. After spending about 25 years in the show business, Hollywood actor Natalie Portman said on Tuesday that being sexualized as a child star made her insecure. The 37-year-old actor who debuted 13 years in 1994 & # 39; The Professional & # 39; on the women's march in January, revealed that her first ever email was a rape fantasy written by a man. As he reflected on, Portman said, "I understood very quickly, even as a 13-year-old, that if I were to express myself sexually, I would feel insecure and that men would feel entitled to discuss and objectify my body to me. great discomfort. " She added that she felt she had to cover herself to make sure she was respected by others. "I felt the need to cover my body and to inhibit my expression and work to send my own message to the world that I am confident and respectful," she added. But this was when she was just a teenager. Today, the actor says she has recovered from the situation. "I know I was sexualized in ways that I was photographed or portrayed, and that was not mine. It becomes part of your public identity, "people say to the Portman. The academic prize wins if previous credits include & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; and a Tale of Love and Darkness & # 39; will be seen in Jude Law stares & nbsp; Vox Lux & # 39;. The film tells the story of a pop star (played by Portman) who survived a shooting shot as a young girl and still handles the aftermath of the gruesome event. "She is such a wild character, but she is also someone I felt was a real person, who is the product of this life that has happened to her," Portman said of her character in the movie. Flicket is slated to release February 23 in the US.
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