Sydney Sweeney Opens Up About Being Hypersexualized

Sydney Sweeney has been candid about her “Euphoria” character, Cassie, and the ins and outs of her story arc ever since season two concluded again in February. She beforehand opened up about her nude scenes on the present in an interview with The Independent, dispelling myths that she was uncomfortable capturing them. This time, she’s talking out about individuals hypersexualizing her in actual life, similar to her onscreen portrayal.

“It is sort of humorous: What was being stated about Cassie in ‘Euphoria,’ the general public then determined to do to me in actual life.”

“I used to be extremely sexualized in highschool as a result of I had boobs. It is sort of humorous: What was being stated about Cassie in ‘Euphoria,’ the general public then determined to do to me in actual life,” Sweeney advised Elle in her November cowl story. “Which I assumed was so loopy, as a result of we had been making an attempt to indicate a personality who was so hypersexualized, and what might have been the trigger and results for her. And so they simply proceed to do it.”

This is not the primary time Sweeney has referred to as out the irony in individuals hypersexualizing her teen “Euphoria” character. In a Could interview with the Emmys, she referred to as out the media and others for perpetuating the identical therapy Cassie endures on the present in actual life. “I feel it is humorous how a lot individuals appear to give attention to the nudity when that is only a fragment of her storyline,” she advised the outlet. “You see the parallels of what Cassie’s world does to her — how they sexualize her — and it is imagined to be a lesson to the world of how that may occur to a lady. After which I see the press and other people doing that to me. So it is sort of ironic and humorous.”

The subject of sexualization has been a operating theme on “Euphoria” with totally different stars on the present taking opposing views of what is an excessive amount of for the already specific teen drama. Minka Kelly, who performs wealthy mother Samantha whom Maddy (Alexa Demie) babysits for, beforehand advised Self-importance Honest she pushed again a few scene in episode two, “Out of Contact,” when creator and director Sam Levinson initially deliberate for her to look nude after Maddy unzips her robe.

“That was my first day as a visitor on this new present, and I simply did not really feel comfy standing there bare,” she stated. “[Levinson] thought it will be extra attention-grabbing if my gown fell to the bottom. . . . I stated, ‘I would love to do that scene, however I feel we are able to maintain my gown on.’ He was like, ‘OK!’ He did not even hesitate.”

Others like Jacob Elordi, who performs Nate, beforehand spoke of his nude scenes throughout a March look on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and stated his “Euphoria” nudity “comes with the territory of the character.”

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