Pretty convincing! The cool thing about the interview with Ms. Beals is that it was with Rachel Shelley. An excerpt from the story written by Shelley:. Amidst all this nostalgia, who could blame Jennifer for missing The L Word? I miss hanging out on set with the other women, doing the Planet scenes. Leisha could make me laugh so easily it was just fun.
Back in a Flash
- Jennifer Beals cracks the 'Code' - Gay Lesbian Bi Trans News Archive - Windy City Times
Marital relationships are something that takes a person to a whole new level, and you suddenly seem to feel like your life headed in a new direction. Similar was the case with actress Jennifer Beals who underwent the same trauma. However, Jennifer shouldn't have many complaints with life as love knocked her doorsteps quite soon after her divorce. Married for the second time, Jennifer seems to have learned from the failure of her past relationship. Now a mother as well, Jennifer's family life surely makes up an interesting read.
From icon to dykon
The year-old actress said she "had no idea" that the show would impact the lesbian community in such a profound way, but was ultimately grateful for the accolades it received. Later in the interview, the " Flashdance " icon said that her biracial heritage had given her "an intense sense of otherness" during her adolescence, which impacted her portrayal of Bette Porter on "The L Word. She went on to note, "One of the things that I definitely learned from being on the show is that we are all individuals.
Francisca looks at her, half intrigued, half bored, joint in hand. Younger LGBT people tend to embrace fluidity and label-lessness, eschewing more traditional binary identify categories. Young women, if they do identify with a label, are much more likely to identify as queer or bisexual than they are as lesbians. Rather, The Bisexual leans into the messiness of it all, lightly skewering characters when they deserve it and they do , but ultimately showing everyone, with their different priorities and experiences and senses of themselves, in a warm and empathetic light.