“I don’t because honestly I am a lesbian at heart. I love women. I was raised by my mom and my aunt. I am a girl’s girl. I am very close to women in my life. So that kind of intimacy is not strange to me. I as an adult have slept in bed with other women friends. None of that reads to me at all. But was I surprised? No. Initially I thought people were thinking that because it is sexy. But maybe not, because it’s subjective. At the end of the day, it’s what turns you on. If at the end of the day it turns you on to think of them in that way, great. If it doesn’t, fine. I mean, in the books they are much more separate as characters. They don’t interact as much. But for me, at heart, none of it is really weird. I’m a physical person. We joke around a lot, even when we have physical stuff together we kid around a lot and are both touchy feely. And that may translate, that comfortable part of our relationship.”—
Sasha Alexander talks season 3 and lesbian subtext [x]
question: Do you ever see it yourself on the page when you read a script? Do you ever tone it up or tone it down on purpose?
Why Josh Young is perfect
- PC: What is the most special track on the album to you, if forced to choose just one?
- Josh Young: Well, you know, we really wanted it to make an album that would appeal to all ages - Rodgers & Hammerstein to contemporary rock. But, when I first met fiancée, we were working on this album and we all ordered in Chinese food and I was telling my producers about just meeting her for the first time and everything and I said, “I need you guys to write me one original song for this album.” So, this song was exactly what I was talking about that day; “The Man That I Could Be”. It’s about the whole feeling of meeting her and all of that stuff - it’s all about my fiancée, essentially.