The next interlocutor of Yuri Dud was actress Irina Gorbacheva. Among other things, the journalist asked if she was mistaken for an LGBT person. According to Dud, he is also often referred to as a gay.
Irina confirmed that she is often considered a lesbian, but she does not feel anxiety about this. Even more often, an actress is mistaken for a guy. This happens regularly - so that Irina has already ceased to be surprised at this.
“When I cut my hair especially, it’s already unbearable to just go to the toilet: every time women either shy away, or go out, or come in and out, because they think they’ve entered the wrong one,” the actress noted.
But this does not bother the 31-year-old artist. By her own admission, Irina likes to look androgynous - but to a certain point.
“I actually love this energy because it’s cool, but I do it remotely, I don’t cross the line. At the same time, I never feel like I'm not a girl in the company of guys,”she admitted.
In addition, more serious topics were raised in the interviews, for example, sexual harassment. Irina explained why she did not talk for a long time about the fact that she suffered violence in childhood. (A traumatic story happened to her at the age of 11, when she met a stranger while walking in the woods. The experience greatly changed her attitude towards the opposite sex, and the girl, having matured, for a long time avoided love relationships and intimacy).
According to Gorbacheva, many girls suffered harassment at a very young age, but did not dare to tell about it, because they felt a sense of shame and even guilt.
“You feel guilty, that's the whole point. That’s the problem,”the woman explained. - And I know that in my environment there are girls who were also abused in childhood, someone was even less than me, about nine years old. And they were able to tell about it only when they grew up."