Joshiwa explained her feelings about the word ‘lesbian’ in the controversial remarks.

Joshiwa revealed her thoughts on ‘lesbian’ after feeling the heat because she didn’t use the word ‘lesbian’ as her sexuality.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Joshiwa shared her feelings about the word ‘lesbian’.

JoJo Siwa dismissed allegations that the term ‘lesbian’ is considered a ‘dirty word’ via social media on July 29.

In a TikTok video, the 19-year-old boy said, ‘Okay. You’ve looked through my comments and there’s something I’d like to make very clear. I never said lesbian is a dirty word, and I would never say that lesbian is a dirty word because it never is.’

She then explained, ‘It’s not a bad word, it’s not a swear word, it’s not something I’m particularly ashamed of or something I’m ashamed to identify with in any way.’

“Every time someone talks about my sexuality, I just say I’m gay,” Shiwa said.

Shiwa said, ‘When words make sense, they don’t come out of the tongue’.

Why did you get a backlash with Josh?

JoJo Siwa has been criticized online after saying she doesn’t prefer to refer to herself as ‘lesbian’.

She said, ‘I don’t like the word itself. It’s like a lot. But in the end it means that I am that person.’

“You can be queer or you can be girly,” she said in a controversial interview. In my opinion, ‘lesbian’ is often considered masculine.’

Shiwa said, ‘If you’re a lesbian, would you want to be a man? It’s not like that. There are a lot of very feminine lesbians.’

One user pointed out that Shiwa should “take 100% responsibility for the investigations she spreads.”

“I hope she learns to accept herself and her identity. But my pity ends here. Her words were extremely harmful and she should know better.”

However, many fans have come to the defense of the young Internet person.

One fan said, ‘Lesbian isn’t a bad word or a bad word, but it takes a lot of people’s time to get there. Since she is a celebrity, I can say that she prefers to be called gay, but she likes it. She just came out and she’s only 19.’



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