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Chloe Sevigny

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I've questioned issues of gender and sexuality since I was a teenager, and I did some experimenting.
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"Angelina Jolie tops Bi-Sexual Scorecard" by Jennifer Cox, The National Ledger (2006-11-18)

 
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