And you understand if you’re not making smart decisions, you could end up with a sexually transmitted disease.And then you have that waiting period where you start to think, What if? Some people have that kind of “Well, I’d rather not know.” And that’s all fine and dandy for yourself, but if you’re sleeping with other people, it’s not OK.
So she got her license like a month or two before me, and I was like, Oh, my God, so we’re actually doing this? But three months later I had my motorcycle license. I remember watching the TV movie about Ryan White when I was a kid and not really understanding what it was.
didn’t just join a walk or ride to raise money for HIV.
She started a whole organization: Acting Outlaws, a sort of charitable biker gang that rolls into town with mufflers blaring to raise money and awareness for issues like HIV stigma and environmental destruction.
Ah, yes, the classic “overnight sensation” in which people have really worked for 15 years in obscurity.[was going to give me my career.
And not necessarily give me my career, because I’d been working steadily, but give me the career flexibility I got from the show and the ability to have choices in this business. The fan base is constantly growing; the crazy thing about is that it has only gotten bigger since the show ended, which is a very weird thing.