Julia Fox thinks she has a ‘gay bone’ and might start dating women

Julia Fox wearing black top staring at the camera

Uncut Gems actor and it-girl Julia Fox has said that she might soon start dating women because all men are “horrible”.

In an interview with comedian Ziwe Fumudoh on her talk show Ziwe, Fox explained how she thinks she has a “gay bone” that she needs to “explore a little bit more”.

Ziwe questioned Fox on whether she is currently dating. She quipped: “No, why would I wanna waste my time?”

When pushed on whether she had ever dated a woman, Fox said that the idea had been on her mind.

“I, like, have been thinking about it a lot recently,” she said.

“Like, maybe my ex-boyfriends weren’t wrong when they were calling me a lesbian and complaining that I never wanted to have sex with them.

“I can find love in all places and all races.”


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Ziwe, whose bracingly uncomfortable interviews have made her a hit, then questioned Julia Fox on what races she prefers to date.

Fox replied: “Not white, first of all.

“They all, like, are equally horrible to be honest. All men. It’s just a man thing.”

Elsewhere in the eventful interview, Fox spoke to the camera as if she was a dominatrix. 

“You’ve been a bad little s**t haven’t you, yeah, you wanna be punished,” she drawled, staring at the camera face on.

Julia  Fox’s popularity exploded earlier this year when it was revealed that she was dating Kanye West, however the romance was short-lived, lasting just over a month.

She became meme fodder after giving an interview about her relationship and her 2019 film Uncut Gems, with her odd pronunciation going viral.

She had another TikTok moment after she was asked about her signature “strong eye make-up” on a red carpet.

Fox purred in response: “I actually did it myself…yeah.”


Julia Fox, Josh Safdie’s muse, arrived in the #VFOscars red carpet with a clutch made of real hair. ♬ I Actually Did It Myself Julia Fox – Vanity Fair

Ziwe returns to Showtime on 20 November.