I really need to be alone. I can't deal with someone sleeping next to me.
But as a woman, I really started feeling vulnerable on the set, and I really felt that it was important that I should not be open for invitation or making myself look as though I was waiting for something.
If you come from a normal family, you immediately start playing the role of a boy, a girl a man or a woman, but I'm sure you'll agree with me that those are only roles, limited roles, at that.
An extraordinary diva would never sit by herself.
I'm not involved with the female world.
The point I'm trying to make is, I'm really quite neutral. I have not been conditioned.
I don't want to sound pompous, but I really think your gender doesn't necessarily dominate your sexual activity.
I never grew up with a mother's hand - that's why I will forever be insecure, I think, in that primal way.
I know people look at me and try to make conclusions about me immediately, based on the obvious, let's say.
I have not lived so abundantly, full of family, full of continuity and history.
I have no prejudice against male or female.
I grew up with art from the innocent age of ten - with art, but with no sense of identity.
I didn't have parents, so I lived in people's homes... And because I grew up with no parental role models, I learned to become my own friend, eventually my own father and my own mother.
I am not well educated or bright enough to be politically clued in, but I hope in the film that I'm going to shock a few people, win a lot of people over.
But I really want to be an artist, so therefore I have to live a little bit like a monk.
I wasn't playing a drag queen - I was playing an extraordinary performer.
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