David Bowie is my biggest inspiration. Pretty much the only thing that stayed the same with Bowie was his eyes. Everything else constantly changed, from his sexuality to his songs.
Class, race, sexuality, gender and all other categories by which we categorize and dismiss each other need to be excavated from the inside.
I write about what I know: teenage dating, overly charged sexuality, all the things that make you uncomfortable.
I can't really define it in sexual terms alone although our sexuality is so energizing why not enjoy it too?
Without a doubt, my sexuality was something that I just never discussed, especially in the 1950s.
I love being a female rapper and embracing my sexuality.
I separated ways from the American feminist movement when they became anti-sexual. I believe embracing sexuality is a part of what it means to be free.
All of us from fertile egg to embryo to corpse, are exactly that: warm, wet, furry animals compelled by the sexuality of our forefathers and foremothers to be, either directly or indirectly, our own exciting and excitable, provocative and provocable selves.
Sexuality is one of the ways that we become enlightened, actually, because it leads us to self-knowledge.
I've used my femininity and my sexuality as a weapon and a tool... but that's just natural.
I think sexuality, especially, is one of those fluid things where oftentimes we find who we are through certain things that happen in our lives.
There's straight people, and there's super gay people, and then there's everybody in between, and everybody is a little bit of something because sexuality is fluid.
Across the globe, fundamentalists of all religions are on one side, and their attitudes towards women and towards female sexuality are almost identical.
Because his basic idea that he got from the study of gall wasps is that everyone's sexuality is unique.
When I went to lobby Nelson Mandela while the post-apartheid constitution was being drafted, I asked him to endorse making it illegal to discriminate on grounds of sexuality. I'd been warned that he might giggle if I mentioned homosexuality.
Our movement is evolving. The movement to liberate our sexuality as a human right, that's an ongoing struggle.
The sexual deviance - I'd be lying if I said I didn't miss that; but we do have hints of it but in a more psychological way and therefore more human way, arguably. Or certainly to the extent that the animated series takes that sexuality.
A lot of directors idealize their leading ladies or turn them into these objects of sexuality and beauty.
I've always understood the two to be intertwined: sexuality and spirituality. That never changed.
Latin women are very comfortable with their bodies and their sexuality. We aren't afraid to show that off a little bit more.