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At 28, Amber has starred in NBC’s with her new husband.
That’s right: Johnny and Amber are now officially married.
Amber is also starring in four upcoming films () so we’ll be seeing a lot more of her in the near future.
Hopefully you will see this as visibility and not as an attack on your own sexuality.
The year before she met Johnny, Amber came out to us in an interview on the red carpet of the GLAAD Awards.
Despite her publicist’s attempts at having us taking it down and obvious want of keeping Amber in the closet, the actress has been out and proud about her dating both men and women, and has reiterated the sentiment even while dating LGBT ally Johnny Depp.
The biphobia has grown even stronger as she graces more magazine covers and gets hired for more high-profile roles, despite her attachment to pro-gay projects like Self-Evident Truths.
Johnny even wore the campaign’s T-shirt (reading “We Are You”) while on last year.
Although she’s been acting since 2004, her star has risen considerably since then, and not just because of her beau.
Equality is the ability to possess what and who we want, and that extends itself to bisexual women (and men).
It’s understandable that, as queer people, we want to have recognizable figures in the mainstream world that are gorgeous, talented and “ours” to claim; our “proof” to dissenting voices that lesbian and bisexual women are able to be all the things that are assumed we’re not.
Tomorrow, we will be featuring a roundtable discussion piece with our bisexual writers, that delves even further into these issues, as they provide candid answers about their experiences as bisexual women in this world.
She has said that black and white photography "contains a certain presence; it takes the subject matter and ignites a certain lyrical quality within it that one cannot express in words." Van Ree's use of the medium is particularly concerned with the way that the black and white image conveys a sense of time and timelessness, and that the contrast of her modern subjects with the temporal associations of the medium is a source of the intriguing qualities of her photographs.In 2015, we still fight stereotypes and misplaced ideals of what a gay woman looks like, or how she acts.