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PS: Do you remember when the thought dawned on you?
Like, "Wow, I think I might be bisexual." AS: Yeah.
Alia Shawkat wished she had said more when her male “Arrested Development” co-stars defended Jeffrey Tambor to the New York Times. “Once Jeffrey answered [with] his rote response, the other men in the room started to be a lot more verbal than they had before,” the actress, who plays Maeby Funke on the series, told Broadly.
“They started going on about how they support Jeffrey, and they love him, and he’s a great actor—all these things that I agree with; I care about Jeffrey and I think he’s a great actor.
Her handful of sexually fluid roles on screen include Dalia in 2013's May in the Summer, Jean in 2014's Wild Canary, Laura in 2015's Me Him Her, and Lola in 2016's The Intervention.
“They were almost trying to cover themselves up while simultaneously talking, instead of actually listening to each other—which is the biggest theme that I learned from this whole experience, this 20-minute interview that made so much noise,” she continued.To be harmonious with relationships is something I'm still figuring out. I got more attention from projects I did; there would be younger girls — I'd start to notice more attention from them.PS: Did your experience with being a public figure change at all after you came out? I also was introduced to this whole new world because I had come out as bisexual . But also I think I start paying more attention to them as well, and people that I wanted to maybe make more art for.Shawkat wrote, produced, and starred in the film, which seems to be her most brazen venture into the queer space yet.She stars as Naima opposite Sergio (Laia Costa); the two women meet in a bar and decide to spring ahead in their relationship by spending a full 24 hours together.