the only thing I’m more excited about is outlaw queen
I would date a man if he was a woman
i love you, friend
"so she’s gay now?"
yeah she turned it all the paperwork last week and her acceptance letter came this morning, it was all pretty sudden
“Even when they came to me with this idea—because I had sort of brought it up a couple of years ago—the original thought you have is, “I hope you’re not doing this for the sake of male viewers.” Like, I want to please women. […] And it is true, you don’t want to—not to dismiss men in any way, I’m not bashing guys—but when there is something about two girls on screen and you want them to be together and you want them to kiss and it’s for the male viewership, and that’s the complete antithesis—no. That’s not what I want, I don’t want to use the gay community to get ratings, I don’t like that. I find that manipulative and strange. I want to use this opportunity to grow as an artist—I’ve never played this before. And that’s the more exciting part of it. I’m talking too much and rambling, forgive me. But It means a lot to me, I’ve been with this character for so long, and the gay community is really important to me; my friends are gay, and getting to do this storyline has made me so happy. I have chills thinking about it, the fact that I get to do this makes me so fucking proud. And I don’t know what’s going to come of it, but that’s OK. It’s just about exploring and not judging and just being true to yourself.” (AE 9/2013)