Coming out is different for everyone, but lesbian and bi women seem to share one common experience: that funny feeling in unmentionable places when certain actresses appear on screen.So, in honor of National Coming Out Day, we decided to take a walk down mammary, er, memory lane with After bloggers who revealed which actresses sent Sapphic shivers down their spines.“Of course, then I took it back after convincing myself I was wrong and just hadn’t met the right guy yet, because who realizes they’re gay from watching a movie?
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She catalogs her childhood injuries, which range from scrapes and bruises to getting “beat to a bloody mess.” “I was hospitalized twice when I was a kid. “Work” as in plastic surgery: “Not just one or two things, I’m talking, like, 20…
I was pushed off a bus.” In a separate incident, “I had two teeth knocked out, a chipped tooth, [and] I still wear a wire . Nose, eyes, hairline, lips, cheeks, jawbone, neck, legs, everything.” She declined.
You might know her from her acting boafides in Teen Wolf, The Joy Luck Club, and of course The Karate Kid: Part 2!
Tamyln joins us to chat about all sorts of topics including her acting origin story, the importance of having a supportive community, and millennial love.