“Stranger Things” and “Enola Holmes” actor Millie Bobby Brown appeared on the “Guilty Feminist” podcast this week (via the Los Angeles Times) and openly discussed how the press and social media users have sexualized her throughout her career. Brown was just 12 years old when “Stranger Things” debuted. The actor turned 18 this past February and noted that she’s already noticed a difference in how much more she’s now being sexualized in the media. 'Any 18-year-old is dealing with navigating being an adult and having relationships and friendships and being liked and trying to fit in,” Brown said. “It’s all a lot, and you’re trying to find yourself while doing that. The only difference is that, obviously, I’m doing that in the public eye, so it can be really overwhelming.'"
Read the rest of the Variety article HERE.