I have to be asked, I guess, but I love the idea of marriage. I think it's beautiful. I'm such a romantic, and I always have been.
My feelings for Ellen overrode all of my fear about being out as a lesbian. I had to be with her, and I just figured I'd deal with the other stuff later.
I ran into Ellen at a photo shoot. She took my breath away. That had never happened to me in my life.
I'm living by example by continuing on with my career and having a full, rich life, and I am incidentally gay.
I had a hell of a time convincing people I was gay - which was so annoying!
I really never stopped thinking about Ellen, because I just haven't felt that kind of energy with anyone in my life.
Everyone is their own kind of lesbian. To think there's a certain way to dress or present yourself in the world is just one more stereotype we have to fit into.
I love being able to wear dresses and clothes that make me feel feminine and beautiful, and I love the fact that I don't have to all the time; I can wear a tank and jeans.
I want young people to see me and think you can be feminine and smart and successful, all at the same time.
In high school I had sex with girls quite a few times. They were straight women who I convinced to jump in the sack with me.
My sexuality is a part of me that I really like. But it's not the totality of me.
I married him for a green card. We had a really great, caring relationship; it just obviously wasn't right for me.
I try to be feminine, yet intellectual and smart at the same time. You don't see enough of that.
People might find me attractive, but it's also my job to prove that I can be intelligent.
When you have the paparazzi hiding in the bushes outside your home, the only thing you can control is how you respond publicly.
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