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AE: And then you went on to play a smaller but important role in that point — were you wondering “What is it these casting directors are seeing in me that they keep casting me in these queer roles? That’s why it wouldn’t be weird if she did [identify as bisexual].
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After Ellen.com: You’ve played so many queer roles. I watched that show with my mom — she watched it and I started watching it with her. I had a meeting with [show creators] Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick before the third season.
I feel like you’ve played more queer roles than anyone! Looking back on that time, did you always know your role was going to have that queer bent to it and what did you think about that? I started back up again and they brought it up and said, “You know, we’re thinking about making your character have a crush on a girl.” I, without hesitation, said “Great! ” [Laughs] And my mother was in the room with me as well and she was all up for it, she just wanted to make sure I was comfortable with it.
People started all these amazing websites and I’d get stopped on the street constantly and it really moved young girls going through the same thing. ERW: We were banned — the episode was banned in one state.
It was, I think, I want to say West Virginia — somewhere around there. And I kept thinking “Wow, I watch all these crime shows and there’s all this rape and murder and they don’t seem to take offense to that or worry people will see that and go do it, but two people fell in love and an entire state couldn’t bear to watch it.” It was just really interesting that people because they were just worried people would see it and go do it.
Did you see her as being bisexual or was it more about experimentation for her?
ERW: You know, I think that was kind of an obsession between the two girls in — loving someone so much you almost want to be them.
ERW: It’s funny because it’s such a natural thing for me, I always forget that it’s controversial until I come up against people that are coming down on me or calling me names or telling me I’m a sinner and stuff.
It kind of just makes me giggle because I forget that there’s that kind of mentality. AE: In , your character had a flirtation with Nikki Reed.
Little did they know, they were so on the nose with me because that was definitely around the age I was very aware of my own sexuality and I just hadn’t really told anyone yet.
So it was something near and dear to my heart and something I was obviously excited to do on the show. We had such an amazing reaction to those two characters and their relationship. Do you know if the storyline was met with any hesitation from the network?
My parents, even though they are really open-minded liberal people, I was so nervous to tell them.