Selena Gomez Was 'Ashamed' of an Album Cover In Which she felt sexually abused

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Selena Gomez is speaking out on the industry's "unfair" method of sexualizing celebrities in their early years. One example is the album's covers caused her to be "ashamed."

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The actress and singer of 29 admitted to the incident at the Hollywood Reporter's Comedy Actress Emmy Roundtable that included Tracee Ellis Ross, Amy Schumer, Molly Shannon,

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Quinta Brunson, and Bridget Everett. At the conclusion of that lengthy conversation lasting an hour that took place on May 25, Schumer was praised by Bridget Everett One Murder in the Building star for setting her own route.

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"And is it possible that you can be someone like Selena was sexually assaulted at an early age has averted the idea and are now finding your own style, and your personal style,"

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Schumer says. "Because I am aware that they will make you go through a procedure and make you believe that this is how you are supposed to go about it.

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Particularly when you're receiving positive feedback and people are drawn to you and you're able to think"I'm going to move towards this path.'"

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Gomez was quick to respond and said "it's extremely unfair" before talking about a specific incident at the beginning of her singing career.

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"I actually designed an album cover, and I was very embarrassed when I had done that," Gomez said. "I needed to process the feelings as I realized that it was tied to something deeper that was taking place.

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It was a decision which I was not entirely satisfied with However, I feel that I've tried my best. At the very least, I'm trying to be who I am."

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Gomez doesn't reveal what album she's talking about However, her album of the same name, Revival, in 2016, featured Gomez who was 24 when she was born, modeling naked.

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Gomez shared the album's black and white image on Instagram in September of 2016 to promote her album, but she didn't seem pleased to have to do this. the album's cover was black and white,

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Posting only the essentials in her caption that included the album's name, release date, and a lack of Emojis.

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"And I'm not an overly sexual person," Gomez continued. "Sometimes I enjoy feeling attracted however, this doesn't mean that it's only for someone other than me. It could be for me."

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Gomez was also previously open her thoughts on the Hollywood Reporter's Awards Chatter podcast what she was feeling in a professional sense following her stint on her time on the Disney Channel.

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