“I cant even live a private life anymore without the press spying on me” Taylor swift cries out

Taylor Swift and Brittany Mahomes Step Out for Girls' Night in Matching Mini Skirts and Knee-High Boots


Taylor Swift’s camp is reportedly fuming after the New York Times published an opinion piece earlier this week speculating about the Grammy winner’s sexuality.


Taylor Swift’s team upset over ‘invasive’ and ‘inappropriate’ New York Times op-ed speculating about her sexuality: report

“There seems to be no boundary some journalists won’t cross when writing about Taylor, regardless of how invasive, untrue, and inappropriate it is – all under the protective veil of an ‘opinion piece,’” a source told CNN Business Saturday. “Because of her massive success, in this moment there is a Taylor-shaped hole in people’s ethics,” they added.

The insider emphasized that the Times op-ed — which proposes Swift has been dropping hints about being queer throughout her career — would not “have been allowed to be written about Shawn Mendes or any male artist whose sexuality has been questioned by fans.” The lengthy op-ed, published Thursday, compiles a laundry list of what the writer labels as “evidence” that allegedly proves the “Blank Space” singer is a member of the LGBTQIA+ community.

Anna Marks suggests Swift “dropped hairpins,” a slang term for letting others know you are queer, by dying her hair the colors of the bisexual flag in her music video “You Need To Calm Down,” for instance. “In isolation, a single dropped hairpin is perhaps meaningless or accidental, but considered together, they’re the unfurling of a ballerina bun after a long performance,” the author writes.


Taylor Swift’s team upset over ‘invasive’ and ‘inappropriate’ New York Times op-ed speculating about her sexuality: report

“Those dropped hairpins began to appear in Ms. Swift’s artistry long before queer identity was undeniably marketable to mainstream America. They suggest to queer people that she is one of us.” Reps for Swift did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment. We have also reached out to the New York Times for comment but did not immediately hear back.

Swift — who has proclaimed herself as an ally of the LGBTQIA+ community in the past — recently slammed speculation about her sexuality in the October 2023 re-release of her “1989” album. In the prologue for her “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” album, Swift explained that she predominantly surrounds herself with women in an attempt to dissuade the public from inquiring about her romantic life.