I'm proud of my sexuality. I embrace it. It's just another part of me.
I'm proud of my sexuality.
I'm never going to be cast as a 'Bond' girl. I mean, I could do it and I would love it. But I don't ooze sexuality.
'Marnie' was ahead of its time. People didn't talk about childhood and its effects on adult life. It was taboo to discuss sexuality and psychology and to put all that into a film was shocking.
I put myself on the line with my truth and my sexuality. That is my choice. My choice.
I'm not afraid of my femininity and I'm not afraid of my sexuality.
I'm a big proponent of monogamous relationships regardless of sexuality, and I'm proud of how the nation is steering toward that.
Sexuality is one of the biggest parts of who we are.
I could always escape into this demi-monde of homosexuality, which I feel really indebted to. It stopped me being a 'mummy's boy.'
No relief was forthcoming from my then-Catholic faith, which said the practice of homosexuality was a 'mortal sin' subject to damnation.
I realize that homosexuality is a serious problem for anyone who is - but then, of course, heterosexuality is a serious problem for anyone who is, too. And being a man is a serious problem and being a woman is, too. Lots of things are problems.
There is no sexuality that is greater or lesser than another.
Young people discovering their sexuality must know they walk with a strong tradition and that they are not alone. They have a right to information without being pressured.
I don't encourage people to choose any sort of sexuality.
Muslims have a very bad attitude to homosexuality, they're very intolerant.
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